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$50/60min Introductory Special. Reg fee $70/60min
$50/60min with Massage Club (monthly auto-debit or pre-pay for 3)
$450 for 10 Massages!
48 hour Cancellation Policy - Please notify us with at least 48 hours if you need to cancel your appointment or you will be billed a $35 cancellation fee.
What is Massage Therapy?
Massage therapy is the practice of using pressure, tension. motion, or vibration on the body's muscles, tendons, ligaments, and lymphatic areas for medicinal purposes. Massage enhances the body’s ability to heal and reduces pain.
Through increased blood and lymph fluid circulation and the reduction of stress, massage therapy can increase the efficiency of the immune system. It can also reduce blood pressure, relax muscles, improves range of motion and increase endorphins (the body's natural pain killer), enhancing one's medical treatment and recovery.
How does massage work?
Massage works by kneading and stroking muscles to relax them, and uses friction to stimulate soft tissues. This therapy can increase blood and lymph circulation while breaking up scar tissue between muscle fibers.
What does massage feel like?
Therapeutic massage and its effect vary with each individual. Clothing is usually removed from the area treated and the patient should be relaxed and comfortable. The amount of clothing removed is alway left up to the patients comfort. We use a non-oily massage cream to reduce friction during the circular stroking and compression of soft tissue.
Why is massage used?
Massage is useful in many conditions in which body relaxation, the reduction of swelling, and muscle mobilization is desired. Massage can be helpful in overcoming the swelling and pooling of fluids at the site of recent injury or trauma.
What is Massage Therapy recommended for?
- Relief of chronic stress/tension.
- Relief of pain/spasm.
- Sprains, strains, and athletic injuries.
- Tendonitis and bursitis.
- Pregnancy discomfort or post partum
- Postural disorders and muscle rehabilitation.
- Improve circulation.
Benefits of Massage?
Massage therapy can be used to treat a variety of illnesses and pain in the body. Most notably, massage has been proven to reduce low back pain, enhance the immune system, and lessen depression and anxiety. These are only a few of the ailments that massage therapy can successfully treat. Getting a relaxing massage can do wonders for your body (and your life). Taking part in a massage by one of our qualified and licensed massage therapists can play a huge part in how quickly you will heal from your pain, stress, or anxiety.
Below are some of the benefits of massage therapy?
- Stretches superficial tissue.
- Assists lymphatic and venous flow.
- Helps to break up and loosen subcutaneous tissue adhesions.
- Can help reduce certain types of edema.
- Stimulates the nerves of the skin and deeper tissue.
- Relieve physical discomfort and pain
- Relax tight and/or tense muscles
- Improve blood circulation
- Reduce anxiety or stress
- Boosts the immune system
What to look for in a massage therapist?
When looking for a massage therapist, choose someone based on their past experience and how they address your needs. Different massage therapists are trained with often varying expertise. We offer excellent massage therapists who are trained in many of the most sought after methods and have plenty of experience.
Types of Massage we offer:
Traditional massage using efflurage, petrissage, vibration tapotement, and compression. This is more of a relaxing form of massage but not as therapuetically benificial.
2) Deep Tissue
Therapeutic massage using deep pressure. Our Therapists will periodically ask you if the pressure needs to be adjusted. This form of massage is best for reducing muscle spasm, speeds healing of injured muscle tissue by improving circulation and minimizing scar tissue.
Vigorous massage, including stretching and sport-specific muscle therapy.
4) Trigger Point Therapy
Finding and eliminating pain-causing “knots” in muscles. Great treatment for chronic pain.
Lighter massage performed on our massage table specifically designed to allow the belly of a pregnant woman to be gently cradled while in a facedown postion.
6) Hot Stone
7) Acupressure/Shiatsu & Relexology
Derived from acupuncture; pressure is applied to key points of the body’s energy channels, usually combined with other techniques.