Deep Tissue Massage (Sports Massage): (Duration: 60Min. Price: 12,000 JPY) 


Deep tissue Massage focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. Deep Tissue Massage can be used to address specific areas that need attention, or used as a full body massage that feels good while really getting in there and working out the soreness. When muscles are stressed, they block oxygen and nutrients, leading to inflammation that builds up toxins in the muscle tissue. Because many toxins are released during a deep tissue massage, it is important to drink plenty of water after a deep tissue session to help eliminate these toxins from the body.

Deep Tissue MassageEssential Oils like lavender, Orange, Lemongrass, or eucalyptus to further the healing process. Deep Tissue Massage is a great technique for people that want more focused work.

Whether you are an athlete who is in training or have just been experiencing a high level of pain or stiffness because of long hours of office works seating on computer, you will benefit from deep tissue massage techniques. A regular Swedish massage will assist your body in stress relief and relaxation, but a deep tissue massage will focus on a deeper level in your muscle, or connective tissues. This allows for a level of healing to occur deep within the body. If you hold tension in a particular area of your body, this massage is for you.


Deeper Pressure and Longer Strokes

The first technique used by massage therapists practicing deep tissue massage is using deeper pressure and longer strokes. Using deeper pressure allows the massage therapist to reach deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It’s important that the therapist use a gradual process of pressure so healing can occur without excessive pain. The long, slow strokes are usually performed with the massage therapists thumbs, fingers or elbows. This helps loosen the tension and toxicity located beneath the surface.



1. Release of fiber and deeply held patterns of tension.

2. Removal of toxins

3. Relaxing and soothing muscles

4. Both corrective and therapeutic