Benefits of Massage
Reduces built up tension and stress from activities of daily living. Massage Selections
Increases circulation of blood and lymph, increasing oxygen and nutrients into tissue and organs.
Relaxes and softens injured and overused muscles.
Reduces spasms and cramping.
Increases joint flexibility.
Reduces athlete's recovery time.
Releases endorphins to control pain.
Assists expectant mothers with shorter labor.
Swedish (60 or 90 minutes)
A classic, full body massage using traditional massage strokes for gentle muscle care and relaxation.
Deep Tissue (60 or 90 minutes)
A customized, full body massage that focuses on loosening restrictions in deeper, soft tissue structures.
Sports Massage (60 or 90 minutes)
A customized treatment, limited to one or two areas of the body, that concentrates and
coordinates with the client's sport activity.
Moms-To-Be (60 minutes)
A pregnancy massage with special care given to comfort, support, and relaxation.
Hot Stone (60 or 90 minutes)
A specialty massage that uses smooth, heated stones. The heat is deeply relaxing.
Aromatherapy (60 or 90 minutes)
A Swedish massage using essential oils for psychological and
physical well-being. Essential oils can be absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream.
Raindrop Therapy (60 minutes)
Based on Native American healing practices, using essential oils that have been
clinically tested to have anti-viral, antibacterial, and anti-inflamatory properties.
Amma (60 minutes)
An Oriental massage based on the Eastern Medicine philosophy that the body
is divided into energy channels (meridians), and that each channel passes through a major organ.
The focus of this technique is to balance the body's "chi", or energy.
Tension Relieving Chair Massage (30 minutes)
A tune-up for tight back, neck, and shoulders. Perfect to schedule during lunch hour.
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