Massage Therapy is one of the oldest treatment modalities and has been scientifically proven to have many benefits. Some benefits include: improving circulation, reducing muscular tension, relieving muscle fatigue, relieving pain, reducing swelling, aiding in recovery from injuries, improving muscular performance, and restoring normal function of muscles & joints. Medical benefits included but not limited to: fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, headaches, TMJ, shin splints, whip lash and many more.
Customized Therapeutic Massage: Uses a variety of techniques such as Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, and Sports/Orthopedics Massage to help relieve chronic tension and muscle injuries.
Cupping Therapy: Uses special cups to suction the tissue up. Cups are left in place for a short time then massaged with to keep lifting tissue bringing fresh revitalized blood to stagnant areas. Cupping therapy can be used as a form of Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Sports/Orthopedic massage and overall relaxation.
Total Body Stretching: Get stretched from head to toe using active isolated stretching and static stretching to gain flexibility, range of motion and overall relaxation. This is great for all ages to improve range of motion or for athletes to improve sports performance. Pair this with a massage to gain even more range of motion.
Swedish Massage: Uses long, slow and lighter strokes to increase circulation and overall relaxation.
Pregnancy Massage: Uses a side lying technique to keep you and your baby comfortable. Pregnancy Massage can help with back pain, reducing swelling and overall relaxation.
Fascial Stretch Therapy: a unique and complementary system of table-based assistive stretching which focuses on the muscles and connective tissue that surround and encompass the joints. It is used regularly to improve performance, improve flexibility, and help prevent injury. Fascia Stretch Therapy is beneficial for individuals of all ages. This treatment strategy of slow, pain free stretching, focuses on elongating, realigning, and balancing the fascia to improve joint range of motion.
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30 Minute: $30
45 Minute: $45
60 Minute: $60
75 Minute: $75
90 Minute: $90
30-45 Minute: This Length is best for only one part of the body that is needing attention!
60 Minute: This Length is ideal for Therapeutic Massage on 2 areas needing attention or a full body relaxation massage!
75 Minute: This length of massage is my favorite for a full body but with extra concentration on 2 to 3 areas that need extra attention!
90 Minute: This is also a great length of massage to have the whole body worked on with extra concentration on 3 to 4 areas, or more areas if needed!
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