Services

  • Blended Sessions: Combine any of these modalities into one. Together we can come up with a customized session fit for your body. 
  • Sports Massage: Deep tissue/Swedish blend helps reduce muscle stiffness and pain. More of a target area focused session. Light stretching. 
  • Deep Tissue: A treatment that incorporates Swedish massage practices using hard pressure to target the deeper layers of muscle and fascia. Helps with stress reduction and breaking up scar tissue for increased mobility. 
  • Swedish: A lighter pressure used to focus on muscle relaxation, targeting superficial muscles (rather than the connective tissues targeted in deep-tissue massage) that helps to increase blood circulation. 
  • *Add On - 
  • Aroma Therapy: Aromatic essential oils help improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. It enhances both physical and emotional health. 
  • CBD: helps to alleviate inflammation, reduce pain, improve blood pressure, improve the health and appearance of skin, aids in muscle recovery while adding a calming and soothing element to your session. 

  • Table Thai Thai Massage:  Table Thai is a Whole- body Thai massage treatment done on the table. It is a 60–90-minute routine in four positions, supine, prone, side-lying and sitting up with the receiver fully clothed. Thai bodywork is a lot more than just physical stretching. It is Therapeutic in nature, affecting multiple layers of the physical, mental and the spiritual energetic bodies. It employs a theory of energy channels similar to the Ayurvedic and yogic concept of Nadis and an extensive network of energy lines flowing through our body.  The Thai theory for healing is to open up these lines of energy through proper stretches & compressions, applying smooth- flowing sequences of movement, to work the whole body, all the joints and main muscle groups as well as energy meridians.
  • Traditional Thai Foot Reflexology:  Thai foot reflexology is said to be a fusion of reflexology, Acupuncture, Japanese Shiatsu, and Indian Ayurveda. According to acupuncture theory, the human foot has 7,200 sensory nerve endings which  connected to the body’s Sen (Prana)  lines and the internal organs. During a Thai Reflexology session pressure points alongside the Sen lines are gently stimulated to restore the free Flow of energy. In addition to leaving you feeling relaxed, the stimulation of reflex points on the feet heals the body and mind and enhances overall well-being.

*Add- on: Optional combo - neck & shoulders Acupressure with Essential oils - $7 extra

 

  • Swedish Massage:  During a Swedish massage you can expect a more relaxing experience using more gentle techniques to release muscle tension stored in the body. Can be done with varying pressure and includes long strokes and kneading.
  • Deep Tissue Massage:  Deep tissue massage uses more pressure to access tension deeper in the muscles and connective tissue. Each of your muscles consist of bundles of muscle fibers which are encased in a web of collagen called fascia. Fascia runs through and around every muscle in your body and acts as the glue that holds your muscle tissues together. A trigger point is a small tight area in the band of muscle fibers and fascia which restricts blood flow to the area and causes pain. Techniques like Myofascial Release and Deep Tissue Massage work to release trigger points by pushing fresh blood in and flushing waste material out. This helps relieve pain by bringing in more oxygen to the area and encouraging the muscles to release.
  • Craniosacral Massage:  Craniosacral is a gentle hands on technique that uses a light touch to examine membranes and movement of the fluids in and around the central nervous system. Relieving tension in the CNS promotes a feeling of well-being by eliminating pain and boosting health and immunity.
  • Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a period of time to create suction. It’s used to help with pain, inflammation and blood flow

 

  • Swedish Massage: The core concentration is relaxation by calming the sympathetic nervous system. Light to medium pressure is used with long gliding strokes to promote the flow of blood, lymph and chi. 
  • Deep Tissue Massage: Slow, deep and intentional strokes with elbows, palms, thumbs and knuckles are used to target muscles deep to the body. "Deep tissue" does not necessarily mean “deep pressure” but rather an intention to release restrictions in fascia and muscle tissue where more superficial techniques cannot access. When done slowly, the techniques may induce a parasympathetic nervous system response resulting in relaxation.
  • Trigger Point Therapy: The process of identifying and addressing points of pain and restriction in the musculoskeletal system. These points commonly lead to chronic pain that can be easily misdiagnosed. When untreated, they will refer pain either locally to the trigger point or to different parts of the body. Techniques employed will help to either release fully or decrease pain associated with said point.
  • Myofascial Release: The process of identifying restriction within the fascial system, which is a sheath of connective tissue that surrounds everything in the body. Holds against resistance in the fascial system are used and patience is necessary until restrictions begin to release. This process can induce powerful emotional releases such as uncontrollable laughing, crying or even a sense of reliving past trauma experiences. 
  • Medical Massage: Through the study of different chronic and acute conditions, massage techniques have been developed to help aid in the treatment process. Common conditions that massage can help with are sciatica, piriformis syndrome, plantar fasciitis, TMJ, degenerative disk disease, fibromyalgia and more. Massage is not the cure all, but can be an incredible resource with aiding in pain management and treatment.
  • Sports Massage: Sports massage addresses imbalances in the body that may be preventing ROM and athletic performance. Pre-event sports massage can be used to address the immediate needs of the athlete in a quick way with no intention on actually “correcting” a core issue in the muscle tissue, but rather simply allowing the athlete to move in the way that is necessary to perform. Post-event massage can be used to dive into the core ROM restrictions for greater athletic performance.
  • IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization): A complementary therapy geared towards alleviating fascial restrictions in the body. Dull edged metal tools are used in a variety of ways to increase ROM and decrease pain.
  • Cupping: A complementary therapy that has been used for thousands of years in cultures all around the world. Cupping is more commonly used to pull stagnant blood, lymph and chi from different parts of the body. It can also be used post treatment along with movement to help release fascial restrictions, increase ROM, decrease pain and increase athletic performance.
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