Massage Therapy Services

Swedish Massage / Relaxation Massage

Swedish massage is the most common style of massage practiced today and it offers exceptional benefits. It is a lighter style of massage that increases circulation throughout the body and into the muscles. The nurturing contact and long, slow, flowing strokes combined with firm muscle work will help take you into a state of calm, relaxation and peace. During the massage, muscle tension is reduced, helping the muscles to loosen, increase in flexibility and feel soothed and relaxed. The entire body relaxes as the mind is taken into a peaceful more calming state. The massage helps toxins to be released into the lymphatic system to be removed from your body, while oxygenation of your blood increases during this active massage. This massage is a favorite for active people to keep their muscles healthy as well as anyone who wants their body and mind to feel more relaxed.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage usually begins with lighter pressure to warm the muscles before massaging into deeper muscle fibers. For some, this may result in discomfort during the session and residual discomfort for a day or two after the treatment. The deeper massage releases toxins into the body from the massaged tissue. Drink plenty of water for 24 hours after the massage to flush the toxins out of your body. Communicate with your therapist on the amount of pressure applied, especially in areas that are sensitive. Your therapist will immediately adjust the pressure. If you are suffering from chronic muscle pain, this type of massage may be what you need.

Hot Stone Massage

Hot Stone Massage is a luxurious massage experience. As you close your eyes and relax into the massage table, the heated stones are gently massaged into your muscles to relieve stress and tension. The deeply soothing and relaxing warmed stones provide a penetrating heat that encourages your muscles to relax and loosen. Muscle aches, pains and strains can be relieved. This can be a perfect therapy for poor circulation, fibromyalgia, back pain, stress, anxiety, insomnia and depression. This kind of massage also makes a wonderful gift.
Benefits of Hot Stone Massage

  • Soothes and relaxes muscles and the nervous system
  • Penetrating heat feels luxurious
  • Relieves muscles aches, stress, and fibromyalgia

Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular Therapy is an advanced form of deep tissue massage technique most commonly used for chronic and acute pain patterns. Precise palpatory skills are combined with advanced massage therapy technique to isolate and address painful muscular and soft tissue problems providing pain relief. Neuromuscular therapy is combined with other massage therapy techniques to provide maximum benefit and relief from muscle and soft tissue pain.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping Therapy, also known as suction cup therapy, is used by millions of people worldwide because it is safe, comfortable and remarkably effective for many health disorders. It is a subtle, yet effective healing therapy. By creating suction and negative pressure on the skin, cupping therapy releases tight aching muscles and soft tissue, drains excess fluids and toxins, loosens adhesions, lifts connective tissue, and brings fresh revitalized blood flow to stagnant skin and muscles. Benefits of Cupping Therapy
  • Pulls stagnation and toxins out of tissues
  • Relieves rigid sore muscles and soft tissues
  • Draws circulation to areas of ischemic pain
Conditions commonly treated: Muscle sprains and strains * Hamstring injuries * Shin splints IT band syndrome * Low back muscle injuries * Achilles Tendon injuries * Fibromyalgia * Gastrointeretic disorders * Scar tissue * Sciatica * Insomnia * Colon disorders * Poor circulation Chronic headaches * Facial paralysis * Sports injuries

Craniosacral Therapy (CST)

Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle practice that focuses on releasing restrictions to the flow of cerebrospinal fluid in order to balance the body’s nervous system.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is soft tissue therapy used to treat muscle and soft tissue dysfunction, and the resulting pain and restriction of motion. The skin, fascia and muscles are manipulated with very specific massage techniques. Firm broad strokes are used to release bindings and adhesions in the fascia and connective tissue between the skin and muscle tissue. This therapy promotes greater flexibility, increased circulation and range of motion. It is often used to relieve neck pain, back pain, headaches, chronic pain and fibromyalgia.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is every athlete’s dream therapy and a much needed healing remedy. Most elite athletes consider sports massage an essential part of their training and recovery routine. It is not just for seasoned athletes, it is also frequently used by joggers, swimmers, high school sports players and anyone participating in regular physical activity. It can help improve performance, prevent injury and speed recovery from muscle and soft tissue soreness and the everyday aches and pains associated with sports. It is used before, during and after athletic events and as part of training. Sessions are designed specifically for the muscles stressed most during a sporting event. For runners, the muscles of the feet, legs, hips and low back are concentrated on the most. Each session is designed for the athlete’s sport of choice.

Prenatal Massage

Pregnancy Massage is more than an indulgence for a pregnant woman, it is a great health benefit. One of the most important and beneficial times to receive massage therapy can be during the extraordinary time of pregnancy. Prenatal massage shares many of the same goals of regular massage, to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots, improve circulation and mobility, and help you to feel better. However, massage during pregnancy is tailored specifically to the special needs of the expectant woman and her changing body.
Many pregnant women feel discomfort and added stress on their bodies during pregnancy. Pregnancy massage can reduce stress on the neck, shoulder, and back muscles caused by normal posture changes during pregnancy. Legs and feet are often sore and tired from temporary weight gain, which prenatal massage can help to relieve. Massage therapy can offer emotional support and physical nurturing that may enhance the well being of both mother and baby.
Benefits of Prenatal Massage

  • Reduces pregnancy stress on neck, back, and shoulders
  • Relieves sore legs and feet from the temporary weight gain
  • May reduce anxiety and decrease symptoms of depression

Our trained massage therapists will use cushions and pillows to assure comfort during prenatal massage as aches, pains and muscles are massaged into relaxation and relief. Studies indicate that massage therapy performed during pregnancy may reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, relieve muscle aches and joint pains, and improve labor outcomes and newborn health. Therapeutic massage has been used for centuries to improve overall health, reduce stress, and relieve muscle tension. We ask that a note of approval from your obstetrician be presented at your first pregnancy massage visit. If you choose, your doctor’s office can fax the approval letter directly to our clinic prior to your first visit.

Postpartum Massage

Massage in the postpartum period helps the body return to its pre-pregnancy alignment. A massage within the first week of postpartum feels wonderful. It flushes lactic acid out of the tissues relieving sore and achy muscles.
It supports and enhances the healing process, with a focus on the pelvis and ribs.
It assists breastfeeding and may be effective at alleviating some breastfeeding difficulties.
Aids in the process of the Uterus returning to its normal size, releases shoulder, neck and arm tension from the care and feeding of an infant.
Benefits of Postpartum Massage

  • Encourages pelvic and abdominal in returning to pre-pregnancy positions.
  • Supports finding balance
  • Helps the mother regain vital energy (chi) to help reduce fatigue

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger points are tight, hyperirritable spots that cause pain locally or in other parts of the body. For instance, a trigger point in the shoulder, may cause referral pain in the neck or head. Acute trauma or a repetitive use injury, may lead to the development of stress on muscle fibers and the formation of trigger points. This is where Trigger Point Therapy can be beneficial.
Benefits of Trigger Point Therapy

  • Relieves pain of dysfunctional muscles
  • Releases tight trigger point areas
  • Increases circulation

This kind of therapy uses strong direct pressure on specific points of dysfunctional and painful muscles to relieve pain and impairment. The therapist will hold a trigger point until the pain sensation begins to decrease. The recipient is asked to breathe deeply and identify the intensity of the discomfort. The goal of this therapy is to release the tight trigger point areas within the muscles to relieve pain.

Chair Massage

Chair massage is seated massage therapy. It is available for anyone who cannot lay down on the massage therapy table due to a medical problem. Anyone who prefers not to undress for their session, but needs massage therapy to relieve sore muscles or relieve stress, would be a candidate for chair massage.
Benefits of Chair Massage

  • Good for the person who cannot lay on the massage table
  • Relieves muscle pain and relaxes the nervous system
  • Recipient remains fully clothed

During this massage, clients sit fully clothed on a professional massage chair that is specially designed to allow your back and neck muscles to completely relax. Using the massage chair, the therapist has maximum access to the neck, shoulders, arms and back. The client can relax comfortably in a seated position, while the massage therapist uses Swedish Massage techniques to increase circulation to muscles, and reduce muscle tension and pain. this massage is also ideal for the busy executive during the lunch break. Corporate events or in office visits can be arranged for clients to bring the benefits of massage directly to their employees.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Lymphatic drainage massage, also called manual lymphatic drainage (MLD), is a gentle body massage that helps move a fluid called lymph through the body. Using manual, light pressure helps the lymph vessels contract and move built-up fluid through the lymphatic system. This technique helps treat side effects of lymphedema—like arms and legs swelling—caused by lymph build-up, which can happen when the lymphatic system isn’t working properly.
The main benefit of lymphatic drainage massage is reducing swelling caused by lymphedema. While less common, lymphatic drainage massage may also help treat stiffness, swelling, and other side effects unrelated to lymphedema. Research has also found manual lymphatic drainage techniques may help reduce lipedema-related fat and increase blood flow to surrounding tissues.

Lymphatic drainage massage is typically considered safe and low-risk. However, lymphatic drainage is not safe for people with health conditions that can move lymphatic fluid back to the heart or kidneys.
The massage should not hurt or leave bruising since it uses extremely light pressure and is not a deep tissue massage. However, if you do experience any pain during your lymphatic drainage massage, tell your CDT or healthcare provider immediately.



1 Hour: $85           90 MIN: $120


1 Hour: $85          90 Minutes: $120


1 Hour: $105          90 Minutes: $140


1 Hour: $85         90 Minutes: $120


1 Hour: $85         90 Minutes: $120


1 Hour: $85         90 Minutes: $120

1 Hour: $85          90 Minutes: $120


1 Hour: $85         90 Minutes: $120

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