Massage Therapy

booknowAvailable in sessions ranging from 15 to 120 minutes, our massage therapists will evaluate your individual needs and design a customized massage just for you.

Want to share the relaxation with a friend or loved one? Schedule a side-by-side massage!

15 minute chair massage 23-
30 minute session 45-
45 minute session 60-
60 minute session 75-
75 minute session 90-
90 minute session 105-
105 minute session 120-
120 minute session 135-

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Hot Stone Massage

  • We incorporate the use of smooth, heated stones in your massage.
    add 17-

Aromatherapy

  • Select your favorite essential oils for us to incorporate into your massage. Check out our seasonal scents!
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Take a Break

30 or 60 minute tub soak OR sauna session that can be added on to any massage, facial, or body treatment.
Add on add 15-
Stand-alone for one 30 mins 17-
Stand-alone for two 30 mins 30-
3rd+ person in sauna 30 mins add 5-
Stand-alone for one 60 mins 30-
Stand-alone for two 60 mins 50-
3rd+ person in sauna 60 mins add 10-

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Types of Massage

Cranial-Sacral Massage

  • Cranial-Sacral Therapy is a gentle, hands-on manipulation of a physiological body system comprised of the soft tissue and bones of the spine and head.

Deep Tissue Massage

  • Deep muscle therapy is performed to help release chronic knots (also referred to as adhesions) that exist within the deep muscle tissues, thus returning the body to its natural balance.

Myofascial Release

  • Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on massage technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.

Neuromuscular Massage

  • A neuromuscular therapy massage is applied in various quasi-static pressures by the therapist to address muscle spasms.

Pre-Natal Massage

  • Prenatal massage refers to specific massage techniques that have been shown to reduce pregnancy discomforts and to enhance the physiological and emotional well-being of both mother and baby.

Reflexology

  • Reflexology is an ancient healing art based on the principles that there are reflexes in the hands and feet that correspond to every part, organ and gland in the body.

Reiki

  • Reiki, pronounced “ray-key,” is a Japanese technique more like touch therapy than massage. The therapist channels energy into a patient in order to improve their health and encourage healing.

Swedish Massage

  • This massage technique is characterized by its firm yet calming pressure that improves blood circulation, eases muscle tension, and improves flexibility to reduce stress and induce relaxation.

Trigger Point Therapy

  • A trigger point is an irritable and painful spot in a muscle. It is called a trigger point because it “triggers” a painful response. The compression technique in trigger point therapy help deactivate these painful points.

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