We offer the following types of massage:
Relaxation Massage: Traditional Swedish Massage is used
combining stroking and kneading while varying the pressure from gentle to strong. Relaxation Massage relieves muscle
tension, stimulates circulation and relaxes the mind and body.
Therapeutic Massage: Therapeutic Massage uses multiple techniques to relax muscle, relieve stress and
stimulate the body's natural healing process.
Experience your Relaxation Massage in the same room with your spouse, significant other or friend.
Deep Tissue/Focused Massage: This massage focuses on specific
muscle regions rather than the whole body. Deep tissue massage can be one of the most therapeutic and healing massages.
Although not as rhythmic as other massage types, deep tissue massage interacts the most with the body's muscle groups.
After a deep tissue massage, sore and tired muscles often become revived and energized. The body often feels as if it
had a strenuous and effective workout.
Sports Massage: This massage is tailored to meet your
specific sports needs. During the season, you may be focusing on increasing flexibility or have muscle spasms that need
to be worked out. We also do a pre- and post-event massage to get your body ready before an event and to soothe and
renew it afterwards.
Massage during pregnancy is a great way to relieve everyday tension and the general aches and pains that your body is experiencing.
Depending on the trimester you are in, a variety of massage techniques are used, such as Swedish, Reflexology or light pressure
Oncology Massage: Oncology Massage
is a light bodywork therapy that blends eastern and western modalities. Integrative Oncology Massage for individuals experiencing
cancer or people affected by cancer helps to reduce stress, decrease anxiety, relieve depression, increase comfort levels
and improve sleep patterns. Other benefits may include decrease in pain levels, reduction in muscle tension, and improved
quality of life. Oncology Massage is an effective complement for health programs offered to people experiencing cancer.
Chair Massage: During a seated massage, you are clothed
and in an upright position utilizing a special chair. Techniques include Swedish, acupressure and deep tissue massage.
This is a very convenient method of alleviating stress in a short period of time.
Reflexology Massage works the reflex areas of the feet relative to all parts of the body. Pressure, relaxation and stimulating
techniques are applied in a specific manner to the reflex points on the feet. The foot has more than 7200 nerve
endings. Reflexology is a very effective way to relieve stress, tension and improve overall health.
Japanese Facial Massage: The Japanese facial massage is
a three-step treatment consisting of cleansing, moisturizing, and energizing techniques. This will stimulate muscles,
tissue, and oil glands just beneath the skin, improving blood flow to the skin's surface. Japanese facial massage is
a refined facial therapy system which is a powerful means of preventing and treating age spots and wrinkles.
Neuromuscular Therapy: This treatment utilizes pictures
and segmental measurements before and after treatment to monitor progress. From these tools, we assess your posture
and can pinpoint which muscles are causing a postural imbalance and pain. We then use scar tissue release, myofascial
unwinding and a number of neuromuscular therapies to address these muscles and bring you into better postural alignment. This
treatment can help with chronic back and joint pains.
Therapy: Using the rhythm of the craniosacral body system, this treatment will enhance body functioning and
alleviate pain and discomfort. Craniosacral therapy is a gentle method of detection and correction that encourages your
own natural healing mechanisms.