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Massage Therapy

Deep Tissue Massage

This type of massage focuses on releasing and relaxing areas of chronic tension. Using a variety of muscle release techniques, your therapist will target tense and painful areas to bring relief.
•30 Minutes $38.00
•60 Minutes $68.00
•90 Minutes $95.00


Hot Stone Massage

Healing with stones is an ancient form of therapy used by various cultures throughout the ages. Using smooth, heated basalt river rocks and massage techniques allows the body to relax deeply as the warm stones melt away the tension and stress of everyday life.
•60 Minutes $75.00
•90 Minutes $99.00


Swedish Massage

A classic massage that uses long, fluid strokes to relieve muscle tension and improve circulation. This technique will ease you into relaxation and release.
•30 Minutes $38.00
•60 Minutes $68.00
•90 Minutes $95.00


Myofascial Release

This specialized massage technique focuses on unlocking key areas of the body to allow the muscles and fascia to release and heal. This holistic approach helps to decrease pain, improve flexibility, range of motion and posture, and create freedom of movement.
•60 Minutes $68.00


Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular massage is often beneficial for injuries and chronic pain. It works at softening the muscles so that the therapist can really move in deeply to break up adhesions, allowing the muscles to become really elastic, the way it should be. This therapy can help free the body of spasm and pain, increase its range of motion and help prevent injuries.
•60 Minutes $75.00


Lymphatic Massage

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a type of gentle massage which is intended to encourage the natural drainage of the lymph, which carries waste products away from the tissues back toward the heart. The lymph system depends on intrinsic contractions of the smooth muscle cells in the walls of lymph vessels (peristalsis) and the movement of skeletal muscles to propel lymph through the vessels to lymph nodes and then beyond the lymph nodes to the lymph ducts which return lymph to the cardiovascular system. Manual lymph drainage uses a specific amount of pressure and rhythmic circular movements to stimulate lymph flow.
•60 Minutes $68.00


Chair Massage

If your time is limited, enjoy a relaxing chair massage. Sink into a comfortable, custom-designed chair and let your therapist focus on the back, neck and shoulders.
•15 Minutes $15.00
•30 Minutes $30.00


Reflexology

Reflexology is the ancient art of applying pressure to the soles of the feet and palms of the hands to improve health and wellness. Reflexology can be described as a drug-free form of managing and alleviating physical and stress-related conditions. It has been found to work best when the applications are consistent. Reflexology uses many techniques and focuses on principles similar to Acupuncture, such as using the thumb and fingers to find spots on your hands and feet which are considered to “reflect” important bodily organs. Reflex points in these areas correspond to each organ and system of the body. They can be manipulated to address almost any ailment. Muscular tension and stress are reduced, circulation improves, energy pathways and nerves are unblocked, promoting overall health and relaxation.
60 Minutes $60.00


Hydromassage

A stress relieving, relaxing, therapeutic heated water massage to rejuvenate your body. Simply relax, fully clothed, on our table and let the water jets massage and sooth the muscles of your back.
$15.00


Benefits of Massage

  • Opening or dilating blood vessels, improving circulation and relieving congestion.
  • Increases the number of red blood cells especially in cases of anemia.
  • Acts as a “mechanical cleanser” pushing along lymph and hastening the elimination of wastes and toxic debris.
  • Helps overcome fatigue from strenuous exercise or injury.
  • Improves muscle tone and helps to prevent or delay muscular atrophy from forced inactivity.
  • Has the ability to help compensate for lack of activity or exercise in cases of injury, illness or age.
  • Eases strain on vital organs.
  • Transverse massage separates muscle fibers, preventing the formation of adhesions.
  • May have a sedative, stimulating or even exhausting effect on the nervous system depending on the type and length of massage given.
  • Increases the excretion via kidneys, of fluids and nitrogen, inorganic phosphorous and salt in normal individuals.
  • Encourages retention of nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfur necessary for tissue repair in persons healing from bone fractures.
  • Improves circulation and nutrition of joints. It can help lessen inflammation and swelling in joints.
  • Helps eliminate edema of the extremities.
  • Relax muscle spasm and relieves tension.
 

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