There is no denying the power of bodywork. Regardless of what adjectives we assign
to it (therapeutic, pampering, rejuvenating) or the reasons we seek it out (stress relief, pain management, or general wellness),
massage therapy is a powerful ally in our health care regimen.
Classic Relaxation and Therapeutic Massage $60.00 1 hr.
Traditional relaxation and therapeutic
full body massage of long, gliding strokes and kneading techniques to improve circulation, lower blood pressure, relieve muscle
tension, and leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Deep Tissue Massage $65.00 1 hour
This therapeutic massage offers all
that Swedish does yet targets the deeper layers of the muscles by incorporating slow movements and deep trigger point pressure
on contracted areas to release chronic tightness and tension.
Sport Massage $65.00 1 hour
massage increases flexibility, aids in conditioning and promotes the release of toxins responsible for muscle soreness.
Complete with assisted stretches, an excellent addition to a regular fitness regimen. Please wear comfortable shorts.
Mini Massage $35.00 1/2 hour
Swedish or deep tissue massage with
concentration on the neck, back and shoulders. A short but effective session for those pressed for time.
Hot Stone Massage $75.00 1 hour
A customized massage using the heat from hot stones to enhance your session and create a healing
and deeply relaxing experience.
Maternity Massage $65.00
Every mother to be deserves to be nurtured. This massage incorporates the use
of pillows and relaxing strokes for optimum comfort. Please consult your physician before scheduling.
Reflexology $65.00 1 hour
Discover nature’s way of healing through the feet. Hand techniques,
as well as other means, are used to achieve the appropriate level of pressure to nerve endings to stimulate the body’s
natural ability to heal.
Chair Massage $20.00 15 minutes
Remaining clothed and using a specially
designed massage chair, this technique concentrates on releasing tension and increasing circulation in the back, neck, shoulders,
arms, and hands. A great mini escape.
Experts estimate that 90% of disease is stress related. Perhaps nothing ages us
faster, both internally and externally, than high stress. While eliminating stress and anxiety altogether in today’s
fast paced environment is a bit unrealistic, massage therapy can, without a doubt, help manage stress.
Getting a massage does us a world of good, and getting massage frequently can do even
more. Regularly scheduled bodywork can play a huge part in how healthy we’ll be and how youthful we’ll feel in
the years to come. Budgeting time and money for bodywork at consistent intervals truly is an investment in your health.