Massage Specials

Massage Specials (No Limit on Number of Massages bought)

$43/ 60 minutes (Regular Price $60)
$62/ 90 minutes (Regular Price $80)

Package deals

Buy 3 – 60 Minute Massages for $160 (save $20 off regular prices)
Buy 3 – 90 Minute Massages for $ 215   (save $25 off regular prices)

Stone Massage and AromaTherapy $10 add-on
5 aromas (Lavender, Orange, Lemon grass, Relieve Me-pain relief, Peppermint)

Membership:

Sign up to have 4-massages a month at the $43/60-minute or $62/90-minute as your member price

Open 7-days a week

Monday-Saturday 9am-7pm
Sundays 12pm-7pm

Swedish/Deep Tissue:

Swedish massage is one of the most commonly taught and well-known massage techniques based on the Western concepts of physiology and anatomy. It is designed to energize the body by stimulating circulation with gentle or vigorous motions, depending on the massage therapist’s personal style and their point of achievement. Swedish massage uses five basic strokes, all flowing toward the heart, used to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. The client will unclothe and be covered by a sheet only revealing the area on their body being worked on. The massage therapist will apply massage oils and perform a combination of rolling, kneading, vibrational, percussive and tapping movements to reduce friction on the skin, release tension and warm up the muscle tissue. Swedish massage has many benefits including relaxation, circulation, and dissolution of scar tissue adhesions.

CranialSacral:

Craniosacral therapy is a gentle, noninvasive method form of bodywork evaluating and enhancing the function of a physiological body arrangement and addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. Developed by John E. Upledger, DO, OMM, this manual therapy enhances the body’s natural healing processes and has proven effective in treating a wide range of medical problems. The craniosacral system consists of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. Craniosacral therapy encourages the body’s natural healing mechanisms to improve the functioning of the central nervous system, enhance health and resistance to disease, and drive away the negative effects of stress. The craniosacral therapy practitioner uses a light touch to the patient’s pelvis and spine to assist the natural movement of cerebrospinal fluid. Therapists generally use only five grams of pressure, roughly the weight of a nickel, to test for restrictions in various parts of the craniosacral system, regulating the flow of fluid and aid in primary respiration.

Reflexology:

Reflexology is based on an ancient Chinese therapy involving applications of pressure and manipulation of specific zones and reflex areas in the foot, hands, and ears that correspond to other parts of the body. The application stimulates body organs and relieves areas of congestion. The pressure is performed without the use of lotion or oil and with specific thumb, finger and hand techniques. Similar to acupressure principles, reflexology works with the body’s energy flow to stimulate self-healing and maintain balance in physical function. This technique is used to reduce pain, increase relaxation, and stimulate circulation of blood and lymphatic fluids. It is especially useful in stress-related illness and emotional disorders. Reflexology is also convenient in cases where an area of the body is traumatized or diseased to the extent that direct manipulation is not appropriate.

Trigger Point:

Trigger point myotherapy is a noninvasive therapeutic modality for the relief and control of myofascial pain and dysfunction. It is designed to alleviate pain through rotations of pressure and release. The goal of treatment is the client’s recovery from or a significant reduction in myofascial pain. Myofascial pain refers to the pain caused by muscular irritation. The treatment goal is achieved through a systematized approach consisting of trigger point compression, myomassage, passive stretching, and a system of corrective exercises. Success can be measured by the level of pain reduction experienced by the client and through increased range of motion, strength, endurance, and other measures of improved function. Trigger point myotherapy relies on client-therapist interaction, including verbal and nonverbal elements. The myotherapist encourages the client to be personally responsible for their improvement, with attention to factors such as proper exercises, nutritional intake, stress, and other physical components.

Hot Stone Massage:

A variation of a traditional massage, a heated stone massage utilizes smooth and flat hot stones (usually Basalt stones) that are heated in an electric slow-cooker device built specifically for the stones in 120 to 140-degree F water. A massage therapist then massages oils into the skin utilizing Swedish massage techniques. This relaxes and makes it easier for the body to absorb heat from the stones. A massage therapist then places a variety of stones on specific points on the body such as the upper and lower back, hands, etc. The stones release heat and where they calm and relax the muscles. When stones cool, they are replaced with another heated one during the duration of a massage. This hot stone massage therapy promotes deep muscle relaxation, alleviates tension, eases stiffness in the muscles and increases metabolism and circulation.

Prenatal Massage:

When a woman goes through pregnancy there are a lot of changes that the body experiences, such as swelling, changes in hip structure, hormonal changes, fatigue, lack of sleep, and sciatic and pseudo-sciatic pain. Prenatal massage therapy is a form of massage designed to promote overall wellness and reduce stress for women who are pregnant. Massage therapists aim to release discomforts such as stiffness, cramping, headaches and backaches that are experienced during pregnancy. They perform massage techniques to reduce stress and encourage circulation in the blood and lymph. It is also used to alleviate anxiety and depression as well as support better sleep.

Geriatric Massage:

Geriatric massage is a technique used to improve blood circulation and range of motion in the elderly population. It involves using massage to manipulate soft tissue, improve flexibility and balance, reduce the pain of arthritis as well as encourage overall heath as you age.

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