If you're looking for ultimate relaxation and a healthier you, you've come to the right place! This is your time to relax and escape.
Not sure what treatment is right for you? We can assess your needs and help you choose.
- *Aromatherapy (100% organic essential oils)
- *Deep Tissue
- *Hot Stone Massage
- *Trigger Point Therapy
60 minute session: $75.00
90 minute session: $100.00
2 hr. session: $175.00
Hot Stone Massage: 60 minutes - $90.00
90 minutes - $115.00
Reflexology Session: 90 minutes - $100.00
5 half hour massage sessions for the price of 4 - $200
10 half hour massage sessions for the price of 8 - $400
5 one hour massage sessions for the price of 4 - $300
10 one hour massage sessions for the price of 8 - $600
5 hour and a half massage sessions for the price of 4 - $400
10 hour and a half massage sesssions for the price of 8 - $800
What is Therapeutic Massage?
Massage is a manual manipulation of the body's soft tissue for the
purpose of stimulating circulation and promoting relaxation. It has
been used in many world cultures for more than 4,000 years. Massage
allows you a quiet time to focus on yourself and become more
connected to your body. Massage is generally used for the reduction of stress and pain. It has been shown to boost the immune system as well.
Since most diseases are exacerbated by stress, massage can help you
become and stay healthier.
Massage can help with the following:
- *Stress reduction
- *Muscle aches and pains
- *Sleep problems
- *Immune system function
- *Sports conditioning
What is Swedish Massage?
Swedish massage is primarily used for relaxation. Cream or oil may be
used with light strokes. Usually, this is a full body massage. You may
want to have some areas skipped or opt to have the massage therapist
work on all of your body.
What is Deep Tissue Massage?
Deep Tissue massage is a goal-oriented massage. With this type of work,
the massage therapist may use his/her forearms, elbows or thumbs to
apply pressure. Deep tissue work can be used in conjunction with
Swedish massage to loosen the muscles in a specfic area,or by itself for
a mini-target session.
What is Myofascial Massage?
Myofascial massage is the slowest type of body work. This type of work
is used to relieve aches and pains. Lotions are not used. Instead, the
therapist will apply pressure, using the palm of his/her hand or finger tips. You may be asked to breathe during this session, or move your arms or legs during a stroke so that muscles be better accessed.
What Can I Expect During My Massage?
Before your massage, the massage therapist will gather information
about you, such as any allergies, recent surgeries, illnesses or accidents,
whether you are pregnant, what medications you are taking, if you have
had a massage before, the type of massage and how long ago it was.
After the initial assessment, you will have a few minutes to yourself in the room to get onto the massage table. The massage therapist will
leave the room, so you may have privacy. At this point, you may get undressed, taking off only the amount of clothing that you are comfortable with. There will be space provided for your personal
items and clothing.
During the session, the massage therapist will check with you about the
pressure of the strokes. Feel free to speak up at any time. We want you
to be sure you get the most out of your time with us.
*Please remember to drink plenty of water after your session as this will help flush the extra toxins out of your system*
Cancellations: Please note that at least a 24-hour advance notice of appointment cancellation is appreciated. Thank you for understanding we make our living by reserving time for our clients, any cancellation less than 24 hours, we reserve the right to charge for the time set aside for your service. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.