Massage Therapy

Single Sessions

Relaxation Massage: This classic form of full body massage enhances circulation, improves muscle tone, relieves tension and soothes tired muscles. Swedish is a lighter form of massage; should you want targeted or deeper work, we suggest you schedule a Combo or Deep Tissue Massage.

Swedish Massage: Swedish massage therapy can be helpful with a number of other physical challenges, such as reduction in scar tissue by physically manipulating the fibers of the tissue, allowing the scar tissue to be successfully reabsorbed into the skin. Additionally, it can aid with lymphatic drainage, where the long strokes of the therapist help move fluids successfully out of clogged areas.

Graston Massage: The Graston Technique is a patented form of manual therapy that uses stainless steel tools to perform muscle mobilizations. It is a kind of soft tissue mobilization used mainly by chiropractors, osteopathic physicians, physical therapists/physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and some licensed Canadian massage therapists.

Deep Tissue/Therapeutic Massage : This massage style is directed toward specific areas of tension and imbalance in the muscular system. Deep Tissue work uses a variety of firm, direct strokes and techniques to loosen specific areas and increase circulation to keep muscles supple.

Reflexology Massage: The feet and hands are worked on by applying an exercised pressure upon reflex areas to improve the body’s nerve, blood, and lymphatic supply. All 12 body systems benefit: cardio-vascular, central nervous, digestive, endocrine, immune, lymphatic, muscular, reproductive, respiratory, sensory, skeletal, and urinary.

Beauty On Earth: This service begins with a hot towel foot wrap followed by a glorious scalp, neck and shoulder massage. During the treatment, your hands and feet will enjoy a luxurious massage of their own. Finalize with a paraffin treatment. Great treatment to help relieve headaches, tension, and stress. Also, can help relieve discomfort associated with TMJ, plantar fasciitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Stress Buster: This massage style is directed toward specific areas of tension and imbalance in the face, neck and shoulder area. Uses a variety of firm, direct, soothing strokes, and techniques to loosen specific areas of the face, neck, and shoulders. It will increase circulation to keep muscles supple.

Sports Massage: This massage utilizes assisted stretching, compressions, rocking and joint mobilization techniques with Swedish and Deep Tissue components. The goal is to increase the range of motion, improve athletic performance, open areas of tightness, reduce soreness and invigorate the body – wakes you up and stimulates healing.

Russian Massage: Russian massage is a massage therapy technique developed in the former Soviet Union. It’s most often classified as a sports massage. Russian massage is sometimes referred to as connective tissue massage, point massage, or reflexology massage, depending on the techniques used during treatment. Russian massage techniques are similar to most sports massage practices, but they involve slower, softer motions. Russian massages focus on the use of friction to generate heat within the body. The masseuse combines this with vibration to ease muscle pain and stiffness. It also relieves mental stress.

Shiatsu Massage: Shiatsu massage therapy relies on the use the fingers, thumbs and palm to apply pressure to various areas of the body’s surface to help heal common ailments and conditions, and correct imbalances in the body. Pressure applied to points on the body promotes energy flow and corrects disharmonies throughout the patient’s body. In addition to being a deeply relaxing experience, Shiatsu helps relieve stress, treat pain and illness, and contributes to a patient’s overall health and wellbeing. Shiatsu regulates the automatic nervous system activity and stimulates the circulatory, lymphatic and hormonal systems. Poor posture, joint problems, sprains, arthritis, sciatica, acute and chronic neck and back pain, sinusitis, and bronchitis are treatable with Shiatsu.

Acupressure: Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique similar in principle to acupuncture. It is based on the concept of life energy which flows through “meridians” in the body. In treatment, physical pressure is applied to acupuncture points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians. Pressure may be applied by hand, by elbow, or with various devices. Some medical studies have suggested that acupressure may be effective at helping manage nausea and vomiting, for helping lower back pain, tension headaches, stomach ache, among other things, although such studies have been found to have a high likelihood of bias.[2] Like many alternative medicines, it may benefit from a placebo effect.

Trigger Point: Trigger points are discrete, focal, hyperirritable spots located in a taut band of skeletal muscle. They produce pain locally and in a referred pattern and often accompany chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Acute trauma or repetitive microtrauma may lead to the development of stress on muscle fibers and the formation of trigger points. Patients may have regional, persistent pain resulting in a decreased range of motion in the affected muscles. These include muscles used to maintain body posture, such as those in the neck, shoulders, and pelvic girdle. Trigger points may also manifest as tension headache, tinnitus, temporomandibular joint pain, decreased range of motion in the legs, and low back pain. Palpation of a hypersensitive bundle or nodule of muscle fiber of harder than normal consistency is the physical finding typically associated with a trigger point. Palpation of the trigger point will elicit pain directly over the affected area and/or cause radiation of pain toward a zone of reference and a local twitch response. Various modalities, such as the Spray and Stretch technique, ultrasonography, manipulative therapy and injection, are used to inactivate trigger points. Trigger-point injection has been shown to be one of the most effective treatment modalities to inactivate trigger points and provide prompt relief of symptoms.

Stretch Massage: If your muscles are tight or your joints have limited range of motion, consider incorporating assisted stretching into your message. When combined with regular massage, stretching can help your Massage Therapist work more effectively with less restriction. In addition to alleviating strain on your joints, stretch massage has other benefits, including: Enhanced flexibility, Improved posture, Increased range of motion, Better circulation

Meditation Therapy: Both Meditation and Massage have been found to have profound therapeutic effects. A recent study at Yale Research Centre in Connecticut, USA tested the effects of Massage, Meditation and a combination of the two on fifty-eight late-stage AIDS patients. They were looking to improve the quality of life and set specific tests assessing the synergy of meditation and massage. The results discovered that the combined Massage and Meditation therapy had a significantly favorable influence on over all and spiritual quality of life, relative to standard care or either massage or meditation alone.

Facial Massage: Facial massage can help with more conditions than we even realize, promoting skin health from the inside out. Many women tend to concentrate on troubled skin areas, but usually, the causes of troubled skin are not apparent on the face surface,” says Setoguchi. “The Macro Beauty Massage is a unique method that relaxes the stiffness of your head, neck, nerves, muscles, meridians, and lymph nodes, which will help support beautiful skin.”

Rx Muscle Therapy: From your Doctor to Us! Many Doctors will talk to you about needing to manage your pain. One of the ways your Doctor might suggest you do this is with Muscle Massage Therapy. This massage uses a variety of different modalities with the assistance of Hydrotherapy depending on what your Doctor has suggested. Hydrotherapy aids to accelerate the body’s healing process by manipulating the blood flow. The goal is to increase the range of motion, open areas of tightness, reduce soreness and invigorate the body – wakes you up and stimulates healing.

Ultimate Deluxe Chair Massage

Ultimate Deluxe Chair Massage: Chair massage combines elements of Shiatsu, Swedish, and Deep massage to provide convenient, affordable massage to fully clothed recipients. The session is focused on the back, neck, arms, and hands, releasing tension and energizing the mind.


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