Callie Fritts has been a Georgia State Licensed Massage Therapist since 2007. She graduated from Atlanta School of Massage’s Signature Program, consisting of 750 hours of lecture and hands on training. Certified in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Pregnancy and Infant Massage as well as Reflexology and Spa Therapies, dedicated to a creative approach to balancing the mind, body and spirit. Balancing Art Bodywork is
Callie Has Worked in an Array of Venues Because of The Diversity of Her Skills. She Has Experience in Therapeutic, Medical Massage From 3 Years of Working in a Successful Chiropractic Practice, Serving Many Local Athletes and Physical Technique Instructors From the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick, Georgia. Working in a Local Health and Fitness Center, Callie Helped Many People in Reaching Their Fitness Goals Through Massage and Stretching. Recently Spending Time Working at a 5 Star Resort, Callie Has Learned the Importance of Ambiance and Polished Her Service Skills to Ensure That While Your Massage May be Therapeutic in Modality, Your Experience Will Always be Relaxing, Professional and in a Peaceful, Healing Environment.
Massage therapy is the practice of using touch to manipulate the soft-tissue muscles of the body. It is performed for a variety of reasons, including treating painful ailments, decompressing tired and overworked muscles, reducing stress, rehabilitating sports injuries, and promoting general health. Clients often seek massage for its medical benefit and for relaxation purposes, and there are a wide range of modalities available.
Sports massage is the systematic manual manipulation of soft-tissues,
designed to produce specific responses in the athlete, and ultimately
Maintenance massage is what the athletes often like the best. It is usually
something to look forward to, is performed in a one to one, relaxed
environment, and attends to the athletes’ current concerns, needs, and
aches and pains.
PRE & POST SPORTS MASSAGE
All athletes have their own particular way of preparing for a good or excellent
Helping an athlete prepare for, or recover from, is an important part of sports
Your first ever massage should not be before a major event
No two sportsmen/women respond to massage in quite the same way
Pre event massage can be done anything from two days to immediately before the event; however, deep massage should not be considered as it can take two days to recover. Some athlete’s say they lose some of their explosive power if deep massage is used.
A stimulating massage is required for sports that require speed, strength and explosive power. For pre event nerves a more calming massage is often welcomed. At this point a well-trained athlete would use massage psychologically rather than physically. In the last hour before the event massage should not suffice as an adequate warm up, only as part of.
Post Event Massage
Most athletes carry out a cooling down routine but often fail to do so after competition because of sheer exhaustion, elation or disappointment.
Massage can be an adequate substitute for a warm down as it can achieve much of thesame effect by removing muscle waste and stretching the tissues.
Some of the benefits of Sports Massage:
Improve circulation and lymphatic flow
Sedate or stimulate nerve endings
Increase or decrease muscle length
Assist in the mental preparation for sport’s participation
Assist in the removal of metabolic waste
Increase or decrease muscle tone
Remodel scar tissue when required
Sports Massage can be beneficial at various stages of participation e.g.
The conditioning/training phase
Menu Of Services
Each Massage Includes a Combination of
Swedish, Deep Tissue and Neuromuscular
Massage That is Customized to Meet Your
60 minutes $60
90 minutes $90
120 minutes $115
Outcalls starting at $100
60 minutes $65
90 minutes $95
Outcalls starting at $120
3-5 Massages $55 each