Massage is one of the most important gifts you could give yourself. It increases circulation, removes toxins from our bodies and can relax those muscles that we thought were meant to feel that tense. Three Birds Bodycare and Massage here in Vancouver invited me in to their dreamy sweet space beside the Wild Rice restaurant in Crosstown. Amanda was my massage practitioner and the visit was immediately calming from the moment I walked in the door.
I arrived at the studio where Amanda warmly greeted me and I relaxed in a comfy chair while I filled out the health history questionnaire. The decor transported me back in time inclusive of soft jazz to unwind me before I even slipped onto the massage table.
Amanda began with a review any concerns or areas of interest that I was wishing to be worked on and then stepped out while I got comfortable on the massage bed. I was eager to receive and slipped on the table quickly. Amanda practices a variety of massage techniques such as those listed here.
- Swedish Massage
- Hot Stone Massage
- Ayurvedic Massage
It’s no secret that I enjoy deep tissue massage and very much enjoy the beauty of Deep Flow, which I have received many times over. Amanda lowered the table to allow for deep massage and began with inviting me to take some deep breaths while she began with some gentle compressions. Amanda’s touch was extremely precise and intuitive and my body relaxed into her table. I received a full body massage inclusive of Swedish, Deep Flow and Joint Release techniques to relieve my tension. I almost drifted off to sleep I was so relaxed and felt completely nurtured.
This hidden gem in Crosstown is not to be missed!
Three Birds Body Care and Massage would like to extend this same experience to one lucky reader!
*Please comment here below on why you need a massage! ( Yes Mother’s Day upcoming counts) – 1 Entry
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Winner will be drawn on Friday, May 11th 2012 and winner will be notified by email.
Three Birds Body Care and Massage
119 Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C.
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