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  • Swedish Massage ($65.00)
    The most common type of massage. Techniques include long gliding strokes, kneading, friction, tapping and shaking motions that affect the nerves, muscles and glands. It's ideal for relaxation, increasing circulation and energizing you.
  • Therapeutic Massage ($65.00)
    Therapeutic massage: This can be used to treat ailments and pain. These therapies are practiced by therapist that have had specialized training.
  • Deep Tissue Therapy ($75.00)
    This is a deep massage meant to reach deep into your muscles and "unstick" the muscle fibers. Deep muscle compression and putting friction along the grain of the muscle. Muscle damage from injury: whiplash, back strain, and other injuries.
  • Reflexology ($65.00)
    Acupressure technique based on meridian lines that carry energy throughout your body. Each zone has reflex point on the feet that can stimulate a certain organ. This therapy is done on the feet, hands, and ears.
  • Prenatal or Pregnancy Massage ($65.00)
    Prenatal massage: (also called pregnancy massage) This therapy is a good way to relieve some of the aches and pains experienced during pregnancy.
  • Infant or Child Massage ($35.00)
    This technique includes a mix of touch, massage and reflexology that is typically taught to new mothers as a way to bond with their infants and encourage their health.
  • Doula Massage During Child Labor ($125.00)
    This is massage done in the labor room. Typically with your OB doctors permission, a massage therapist can be in the labor room from the time you get to the hospital until pushing. Helps to keep you focused and relaxed with helps both mom and baby.
  • Hot Stone Massage ($75.00)
    Hot stone massage: combines the basic strokes of Swedish massage with the use of hot stones to provide a deep, relaxing massage.
  • Neuromuscular Therapy Massage ($75.00)
    Neuromuscular therapy: (also called trigger point myotherapy) this therapy used in combination with Therapeutic Massage is great for helping restore muscles to their relaxed state. Used in combination with some stretches as well.
  • Sports Massage ($75.00)
    Meant to help prevent athletic injury, relieve swelling, fatigue and muscle tension, increase flexibility and help enhance athletic performance. Used before, during and after an athletic event. Techniques used depend on athlete and outcome desired.
  • Cold Stone Massage ($40.00)
    Cold Stone Massage: This massage is great after an athletic event for both tired and fatigued muscles but also used on some injuries to help reduce swelling. It is a short therapy and it helps to get an athlete back to normal faster. ​​ ​​
  • Ear Candling ($30.00)
    ​Ear Candling, safe, simple, non-invasive natural relaxing cleansing method, using long hollow Ear candles to extract earwax and debris from the ear canal.
  • Acupressure ($65.00)
    Instead of the needles used in acupuncture, finger pressure is used on points along the meridians. Great for people that fear needles or those who always wanted to try acupuncture. Acupressure is a great alternative.
  • Scar Tissue Therapy with massage ($40.00)
    Myofascial Release Technique is a massage technique used to loosen the restricted fascia. Some scar tissue is visible and some is within the body from old injuries or muscle tears. Helps restore muscles to normal state.
  • Aromatherapy Massage ($65.00)
    Aromatherapy massage: Is one of many relaxing types of massage therapy. It involves the use of essential oils. Pay $1 per scent choice plus price of massage.
  • Carpal Tunnel Therapy ($35.00)
    Carpal Tunnel Therapy: Therapeutic Massage that helps relieve pain and soreness that is caused from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.​​
  • Lymph System Massage ($65.00)
    Massaging the lymph system, which helps remove toxins from the body, is meant to help detoxify the system and improve health. Those with swelling in the legs get great results from this. Need a Doctors permission slip if you had a recent surgery .
  • Shiatsu Massage ($65.00)
    Shiatsu: Literally translates as finger pressure. This form of massage originated in Japan, but is based on principles borrowed from Chinese acupuncture and anma. It's also known as acupressure.
  • Chair Massage ($20.00)
    Is a short massage in a professional chair not on a massage table. Even though they are short in length they are very relaxing. ​​
  • Peppermint Facial Massage ($20.00)
    Facial Massage to help with the tension in our face and to help open sinus passages. Essential oil (peppermint) is used to help with the process.
  • 90 Minute Massage ($95.00)
    Any massage type service except hot stone, deep tissue, neuromuscular or sports massage.
  • 90 minute Hot Stone Massage ($105.00)
    90 Minute Hot stone massage also can be combined with Therapeutic
  • 30 Minute Massage ($35.00)
    30 Minute Massage any massage type except Hot Stone/Sports/Deep.
  • Sinus Massage ($20.00)
    Typically persons who get sinus massage get it to help drain and encourage proper sinus function. Usually we also use peppermint oil on the face while working your sinus's a certain way.
  • Medical Massage ($75.00)
    If you are having a issue with your muscles that need massage to get them back to normal use. This is the massage you would like. You may have pulled a muscle, jarred one, need rehabilitation after an injury or surgery. Recommend at least 60 minutes.
  • Couples Massage Training Class ($200.00)
    3 Hour Class teaches you & a partner basic massage techniques that you need to know to perform a great massage at home or at work if you are a caregiver. I will call and give further directions after booking this. Example: Wear comfortable clothing
  • Infant Massage Class for Parents ($45.00)
    Learn basic massage for infants. Great class for Grandparents, parents, foster parents, daycare providers or caregivers. Added benefits for those of you with a child with special needs.
  • 30 Minute Sports Massage ($40.00)
    Meant to help prevent athletic injury, relieve swelling, fatigue & muscle tension, increase flexibility & help enhance athletic performance. It is used before, during & after an athletic event. Technique depends on athlete and desired outcome wished.
  • Hot Stone Facial Massage ($40.00)
    Your face and Scalp will be massaged. Pepperment oil is used for the facial massage that is optional as some prefer none. Sinus and head muscles are relaxed and massaged. After the facial massage hot stones are than applied to the face/sinus area.
  • Hot Stone Foot Massage ($40.00)
    Your feet will be massaged and at the end you will have small stones placed between your toes and your feet wrapped in a towel for further relaxation.
  • 120 Minute Massage ($125.00)
    Price excludes hot stone, deep tissue and sports massage (additional 15 dollar charge if one of the exceptions is added). Otherwise 2 hour massage is pure BLISS. Can't go wrong with this choice!!!
  • Gift Certificate 30 Minute
    Do you have a gift certificate? Use this option if it is for 30 minutes. Additional Cost only applies for add on services such as hot stone, aroma or essential oil therapy, deep tissue, sports or neuromuscular.
  • Gift Certificate 60 Minute
    Do you have a gift certificate? Use this option if it is for 60 minutes. Additional Cost only applies for add on services such as hot stone, aroma therapy, deep tissue, sports or neuromuscular.
  • Gift Certificate 90 Minute
    Do you have a gift certificate? Use this option if it is for 30 minutes. Additional Cost only applies for add on services such as hot stone, aroma therapy, deep tissue, sports or neuromuscular.
  • Gift Certificate Chair Massage
    Do you have a gift certificate for a chair massage? Use this option. This is a Professional Chair that you will sit in to receive your massage for the therapist.
  • 90 Minue Deep Tissue or Sports ($105.00)
    Deep Work or sports massage for the length of 90 minutes in all areas that are needed.
  • 30 Minute Deep Tissue ($40.00)
    Deep Tissue for length of 30 minutes.
  • Hospice Massage ($100.00)
    Massage for those on hospice. Requires a doctor permission to receive massage. This massage is done in the clients home. Massage table, chair or other options are available.
  • Hospice Massage Spoiler ($125.00)
    Massage for those on hospice. Requires a doctor permission to receive massage. This massage is done in the clients home. Massage table, chair or other options are available. Spoil them with extra time.
  • Chair Massage 30 Minute ($35.00)
    Massage given in a professional chair. This is a great option for those who have difficulty laying on a table. Can be clothes or unclothed during massage.

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Hours Mon8:30am - 5:00pm
Tue8:30am - 5:00pm
Wed8:30am - 5:00pm
Thu8:30am - 5:00pm
Fri8:30am - 5:00pm
Sat8:30am - 12:30pm
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Frequent Flyer - Aug 23, 2016

My experiences have been nice, technically i am impressed i always leave feeling better. Although, sometimes it would be nice to just relax while there.sometimes I'm not always up for being chatty..diming the light and playing soft music isn't much relaxing if there is constant chatter..maybe just be aware of the signs your patients are sending you..overall you do very good work-the reason i keep coming back!

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