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Welcome to Inner G Restorative & Holistic Care

Licensed Massage Therapists Providing Professional Quality Care through Medical and Therapeutic Massage Services in Ravenswood, Chicago, IL

About Inner G: Restorative & Holistic Care

Inner G Restorative and Holistic Care is a premier massage therapy practice in the Ravenswood neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. Our team of experienced massage therapists blend Eastern and Western healing modalities to guide patients through a journey of healing, growth, and wellness.

The Inner G Restorative and Holistic Care team has broad-ranging experience with massage techniques, including therapeutic massage, hot stone massage, prenatal massage, medical massage, fusion massage, and many other approaches. All your sessions can be tailored to meet your preference.

Our team of massage therapists treat patients of all ages, from healthy and highly active people to those with limited function due to chronic pain or injury.

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Mission Statement

Our goal is to set a standard for professional, therapeutic massage therapy. Inner G is a therapist-focused practice inspired by the desire to provide exceptional, quality care. Our model is to train therapists to see a person's care in a holistic manner in order to fully support an individual's healing.

MEMBERSHIP

Place self-care on automatic with our monthly massage membership. Save on each session and main a self-care routine

PACKAGES

Treat your sub-acute injury or chronic pain tension with our 3 or 6 month care plans to encourage long-term healing. Session recommended every 1-2 weeks.

INSURANCE

Utilize your insurance to cover partial payment for your therapeutic or medical massage needs. Verification and a doctor's referral is required.

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  • How Does Therapeutic Massage Differ from a Medical Massage?
    A medical massage treats components of the body in a holistic manner ...
  • What Time Should I Arrive?
    Please arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to your start time. Your massage time is valuable and you want to arrive before your appointment time to ensure your full session. Know your travel time. Be aware of traveling time including additional time for parking.
  • Is Massage Safe For Everyone?
    Most massage techniques are safe for most people of all ages. With the right touch, massage is safe and a very beneficial health support. However, there are several conditions that a massage would not be recommended. For example, contagious disease, fever, severe pain, or a history of thrombosis. Certain contraindications, such as recent injuries or deep vein thrombosis, will require the massage treatment to be modified. Please fill out the intake form to the best of your ability to inform your therapist of any modifications or concerns that will affect massage treatment. If you suffer from bleeding disorders, severe osteoporosis, or severe thrombocytopenia, please consult with your doctor prior to making a session. Craniosacral therapy is a wonderful alternative for those that cannot receive massage.
  • What Clothes Should I Wear?
    If you are seeking therapeutic work for pain or injury, we advise to bring loose fitting shorts and bikini top (halter) for appropriate coverage. Your massage session is tailored to include deep stretches and possibly work on difficult muscles such as the chest muscles or hip muscles. Draping is one less concern we will have with loose, comfortable clothing. If you prefer a relaxation massage with minimal manipulation, you can undress to your comfort level, from wearing socks and underwear, to being completely bare-skinned. It is required to use the sheet to cover your body prior to beginning the massage. Conversation is supported. Please keep the topics professional.
  • What happens during the chronic stage of an injury?
    During the chronic stage of injury healing, scar tissue is remodeled by the stresses placed on it. This means that the activities and exercises the injured part is taken through will affect where the scar tissue strength will be located. During the chronic stage, pain associated with the injury tends to be limited to the end reaches of the joint range of motion Source.
  • What is a Therapeutic Massage?
    Therapeutic Massage integrates techniques from various bodywork modalities. The techniques applied are designed to treat the body as a whole unit and restore health from deep-rooted musculoskeletal imbalances as well as acute injuries in the tendons, muscles and fascia. The goal of our treatment is to create a longer-lasting healing effect and optimistically free our patients from pain in order to maintain a better quality of life.
  • Why Inner G?
    At Inner G, we are a therapist focused practice. Each of our recently graduated therapists receive monthly training in an individual and group setting to fine tune their abilities and their strengths. We value constructive criticism in order to help our therapist understand one's health and wellness needs. As guided healers, our growth depends on the feedback of our clients and their honesty with communication. Every body is unique and we want to provide the opportunity for one to be a part of their healing journey.
  • What add-ons are available?
    We have complementary add-ons that can be added into your massage session. The following are complementary add-ons: Aromatherapy, Cupping, C.B.D., Craniosacral, Hands and/or Feet, Heated Table, Hot Stones, Reflexology, Scalp & Face, and last but not least, Theragun Percussive Massage Tool.
  • What Other Services Do You Offer?
    In addition to our therapeutic and medical massages, we offer full hot stones massage, prenatal massage, Thai/Shiatsu Table Blend, Tui Na Asian Bodywork, Craniosacral Therapy, Inner G Vibrance and Couple's Massage per request.
  • When is the sub-acute stage of an injury?
    The sub-acute stage of healing takes place between the 4th to the 21st day after the injury occurs.
  • Do You Offer Deep Tissue?
    Our therapeutic treatment is a perfect blend of deep tissue, sports, shiatsu and swedish massage. Our techniques and pressure are dependant on your bodies ability to soften and relax. The most benefit comes when your breathing allows for the tissue layers to accept deeper pressure. Our belief is that with patience and the right touch, the body will benefit greatly than forceful, deep pressure.
  • What should I do during the chronic stage of an injury?
    Adherence to a home exercise program and visits to a massage therapy practice that focuses on therapuetic massage are crucial for healing. Physical therapist and chiropractors are also recommended. These modalities will help to develop the scar tissue to where it can be useful in protecting the injured area Source.
  • What happens during the sub-acute stage?
    The stage is marked by new growth of connective tissue and capillaries to help repair damdaged structures. Scar tissue continues to grow during this time. Tissues in this stage are very fragile, so placing stress on the injures area is best limited to a [massage] therapist's skilled hands. During the sub-acute stage, inflammation decreases and pain that is related to damaged tissue may occur.
  • I've Never Had a Massage Before...
    Before we can begin your massage, you will need to fill out an intake form. It is necessary to discuss any health or medical conditions that you are managing and any questions regarding the intake form or massage preferences. You will receive your intake form via email. Your therapist will discuss with you your goals, a treatment plan and any questions pertaining to the intake form. Be sure to ask questions if you are unsure of the procedure or process. Your therapist should guide you so you can feel relaxed and safe. For a full body massage, it is best to undress down to your under garments. If you feel comfortable, you can fully undress. If you would like deep stretching, please wear loose or short shorts. Your therapist will step out of the room while you undress and get on the table. For your first sessions, it is important to communicate with your therapist if the pressure is too hard to breathe through. Your therapist should guide you with your breath work in cases where deeper pressure will be applied. Although it is assumed that your therapist is very knowledgeable of the body, your communication of sensations and feelings are necessary. Certain areas of the body can hold trigger points or there might be a stinging sensation that is painful. Please communicate with your therapist about these sensations for it is very helpful for your treatment.
  • What should I do during the sub-acute stage of an injury?
    Massages are a good way to reduce long-term structural imbalance and compensation. Most therapist's and chiropractors recommend that the patient begin with gentle movement during this phase and gradually build up the intensity. Mild isometric exercise might be appropriate. Because activity is restricted during the sub-acute phase, there may be muscle weakness. This can be addressed with specific, low-intensity exercises
  • How Do I Prepare For a Massage at Inner G?
    Know your intention and goals with your massage treatment. Are you coming in for an injury or stress management? Avoid eating right before your session. Eat light at least an hour prior to your appointment so you can enjoy the massage and avoid hunger pains. Drink plenty of water. You will want to stay hydrated and keep hydrated so the tissue is pliable.
  • Can we split packages into payments?
    Yes, you can make two payments at the 1st and 2nd session.
  • How long after an initial injury should I make an appointment?
    One should wait at least 4 days from initial injury to receive massage therapy. Our Therapeutic Pack is geared to help those in the subacute stage of healing.
  • What are the Benefits of a Therapeutic Massage?
    The main reason anyone seeks massage therapy is for musculoskeletal issues, such as low-back pain or shoulder pain. Massage therapy is helpful to reduce stress and anxiety, blood pressure, chronic pain, headaches, and much more. Massage therapy is a great addition to preventative care and maintenance. For more information on massage benefits look for our monthly articles.
  • How do I add a new question & answer?
    To add a new FAQ follow these steps: 1. Manage FAQs from your site dashboard or in the Editor 2. Add a new question & answer 3. Assign your FAQ to a category 4. Save and publish. You can always come back and edit your FAQs.
  • How do I edit or remove the 'Frequently Asked Questions' title?
    You can edit the title from the FAQ 'Settings' tab in the Editor. To remove the title from your mobile app go to the 'Site & App' tab in your Owner's app and customize.
  • Can I insert an image, video, or GIF in my FAQ?
    Yes. To add media follow these steps: 1. Manage FAQs from your site dashboard or in the Editor 2. Create a new FAQ or edit an existing one 3. From the answer text box click on the video, image or GIF icon 4. Add media from your library and save.
  • How Does Therapeutic Massage Differ from a Medical Massage?
    A medical massage treats components of the body in a holistic manner ...
  • What Time Should I Arrive?
    Please arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to your start time. Your massage time is valuable and you want to arrive before your appointment time to ensure your full session. Know your travel time. Be aware of traveling time including additional time for parking.
  • Is Massage Safe For Everyone?
    Most massage techniques are safe for most people of all ages. With the right touch, massage is safe and a very beneficial health support. However, there are several conditions that a massage would not be recommended. For example, contagious disease, fever, severe pain, or a history of thrombosis. Certain contraindications, such as recent injuries or deep vein thrombosis, will require the massage treatment to be modified. Please fill out the intake form to the best of your ability to inform your therapist of any modifications or concerns that will affect massage treatment. If you suffer from bleeding disorders, severe osteoporosis, or severe thrombocytopenia, please consult with your doctor prior to making a session. Craniosacral therapy is a wonderful alternative for those that cannot receive massage.
  • What Clothes Should I Wear?
    If you are seeking therapeutic work for pain or injury, we advise to bring loose fitting shorts and bikini top (halter) for appropriate coverage. Your massage session is tailored to include deep stretches and possibly work on difficult muscles such as the chest muscles or hip muscles. Draping is one less concern we will have with loose, comfortable clothing. If you prefer a relaxation massage with minimal manipulation, you can undress to your comfort level, from wearing socks and underwear, to being completely bare-skinned. It is required to use the sheet to cover your body prior to beginning the massage. Conversation is supported. Please keep the topics professional.
  • What happens during the chronic stage of an injury?
    During the chronic stage of injury healing, scar tissue is remodeled by the stresses placed on it. This means that the activities and exercises the injured part is taken through will affect where the scar tissue strength will be located. During the chronic stage, pain associated with the injury tends to be limited to the end reaches of the joint range of motion Source.
  • What is a Therapeutic Massage?
    Therapeutic Massage integrates techniques from various bodywork modalities. The techniques applied are designed to treat the body as a whole unit and restore health from deep-rooted musculoskeletal imbalances as well as acute injuries in the tendons, muscles and fascia. The goal of our treatment is to create a longer-lasting healing effect and optimistically free our patients from pain in order to maintain a better quality of life.
  • Why Inner G?
    At Inner G, we are a therapist focused practice. Each of our recently graduated therapists receive monthly training in an individual and group setting to fine tune their abilities and their strengths. We value constructive criticism in order to help our therapist understand one's health and wellness needs. As guided healers, our growth depends on the feedback of our clients and their honesty with communication. Every body is unique and we want to provide the opportunity for one to be a part of their healing journey.
  • What add-ons are available?
    We have complementary add-ons that can be added into your massage session. The following are complementary add-ons: Aromatherapy, Cupping, C.B.D., Craniosacral, Hands and/or Feet, Heated Table, Hot Stones, Reflexology, Scalp & Face, and last but not least, Theragun Percussive Massage Tool.
  • What Other Services Do You Offer?
    In addition to our therapeutic and medical massages, we offer full hot stones massage, prenatal massage, Thai/Shiatsu Table Blend, Tui Na Asian Bodywork, Craniosacral Therapy, Inner G Vibrance and Couple's Massage per request.
  • When is the sub-acute stage of an injury?
    The sub-acute stage of healing takes place between the 4th to the 21st day after the injury occurs.
  • Do You Offer Deep Tissue?
    Our therapeutic treatment is a perfect blend of deep tissue, sports, shiatsu and swedish massage. Our techniques and pressure are dependant on your bodies ability to soften and relax. The most benefit comes when your breathing allows for the tissue layers to accept deeper pressure. Our belief is that with patience and the right touch, the body will benefit greatly than forceful, deep pressure.
  • What should I do during the chronic stage of an injury?
    Adherence to a home exercise program and visits to a massage therapy practice that focuses on therapuetic massage are crucial for healing. Physical therapist and chiropractors are also recommended. These modalities will help to develop the scar tissue to where it can be useful in protecting the injured area Source.
  • What happens during the sub-acute stage?
    The stage is marked by new growth of connective tissue and capillaries to help repair damdaged structures. Scar tissue continues to grow during this time. Tissues in this stage are very fragile, so placing stress on the injures area is best limited to a [massage] therapist's skilled hands. During the sub-acute stage, inflammation decreases and pain that is related to damaged tissue may occur.
  • I've Never Had a Massage Before...
    Before we can begin your massage, you will need to fill out an intake form. It is necessary to discuss any health or medical conditions that you are managing and any questions regarding the intake form or massage preferences. You will receive your intake form via email. Your therapist will discuss with you your goals, a treatment plan and any questions pertaining to the intake form. Be sure to ask questions if you are unsure of the procedure or process. Your therapist should guide you so you can feel relaxed and safe. For a full body massage, it is best to undress down to your under garments. If you feel comfortable, you can fully undress. If you would like deep stretching, please wear loose or short shorts. Your therapist will step out of the room while you undress and get on the table. For your first sessions, it is important to communicate with your therapist if the pressure is too hard to breathe through. Your therapist should guide you with your breath work in cases where deeper pressure will be applied. Although it is assumed that your therapist is very knowledgeable of the body, your communication of sensations and feelings are necessary. Certain areas of the body can hold trigger points or there might be a stinging sensation that is painful. Please communicate with your therapist about these sensations for it is very helpful for your treatment.
  • What should I do during the sub-acute stage of an injury?
    Massages are a good way to reduce long-term structural imbalance and compensation. Most therapist's and chiropractors recommend that the patient begin with gentle movement during this phase and gradually build up the intensity. Mild isometric exercise might be appropriate. Because activity is restricted during the sub-acute phase, there may be muscle weakness. This can be addressed with specific, low-intensity exercises
  • How Do I Prepare For a Massage at Inner G?
    Know your intention and goals with your massage treatment. Are you coming in for an injury or stress management? Avoid eating right before your session. Eat light at least an hour prior to your appointment so you can enjoy the massage and avoid hunger pains. Drink plenty of water. You will want to stay hydrated and keep hydrated so the tissue is pliable.
  • Can we split packages into payments?
    Yes, you can make two payments at the 1st and 2nd session.
  • How long after an initial injury should I make an appointment?
    One should wait at least 4 days from initial injury to receive massage therapy. Our Therapeutic Pack is geared to help those in the subacute stage of healing.
  • What are the Benefits of a Therapeutic Massage?
    The main reason anyone seeks massage therapy is for musculoskeletal issues, such as low-back pain or shoulder pain. Massage therapy is helpful to reduce stress and anxiety, blood pressure, chronic pain, headaches, and much more. Massage therapy is a great addition to preventative care and maintenance. For more information on massage benefits look for our monthly articles.

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Inner G Health

1626 W Montrose Ave, Unit B
Chicago, IL 60613

Hours Of Operation:

Monday:                                    10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Tuesday:                                     9:30 AM - 7:00 PM

Wednesday:                              9:30 AM - 7:00 PM

Thursday:                                 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday:                                       9:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday:                                11:30  AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday:                                      10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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