30 Minutes - $35.00     |     60 Minutes - $65.00     |     90 Minutes - $90.00

Swedish/Therapeutic Massage

Reduces emotional and physical stress and is suggested as a part of stress management programs. It also has specific clinical uses in medical or remedial therapy. Swedish Massage shortens recovery time for muscular strain by flushing tissue of lactic acid, uric acid, and other metabolic wastes. It improves circulation without increasing heart load. It stretches ligaments and tendons, keeping them supple and young. Swedish massage also stimulates the skin and nervous system while at the same time relaxing the nerves themselves.

Hot Stones Massage

Involves the application of water-heated basalt stones of varying sizes to key points on the body, giving a deep massage and creating sensations of comfort and warmth. The direct heat relaxes muscles, allowing manipulation of a greater intensity than with regular massage. The heat also increases the blood flow at the area being worked on which further accelerates the healing process. The Hot Stone Massage greatly aids in mental relaxation.

Deep Tissue Massage

An approach to freeing and loosening specific muscles and connective tissues. This technique can release the tissue and energy blocks that make movement difficult or painful. It also works the deeper muscles of the body including the psoas, iliacus,and pectoralis minor and and teres minor.


A type of massage devoted entirely to the feet. Grounded in the theory that the feet map out the entire body through reflex mechanisms, the therapist stimulates specific areas of the foot in order to effect change in corresponding body parts. Deep massage of the feet in this manner can be beneficial in clearing deeply-rooted metabolic irregularities and malfunctions. Because of the powerful reflex action involved, one's entire body feels as if it has just received a full massage after a reflexology treatment.

Sports Massage

Not only for athletes, but for anyone experiencing strain discomfort following physical activity. Sports massage incorporates programs of strengthening and stretching exercises, pre and post event work, and education. It helps reduce the risk of injury and chronic problems. Other benefits include muscle relaxation, reduction of soreness, neuromuscular reeducation, injury rehabilitation, reduction of adhesions and scar tissue, and enhanced body awareness.

Structural Integration

Works with the deep fascia, the tissue that surrounds every muscle and organ in the body. By freeing adhesions in the fascia, which occur as the result of injury, emotional trauma, or inefficient movement habits, the practitioner helps restore the body's natural flowing shape and movements. Benefits of structural integration are greater balance within the body, greater mobility, improved joint function, improved bodily structure and function, reduced adhesions, and relief from physical discomfort.

Lymphatic Drainage

A gentle massage that assists the drainage of waste fluid from the tissue through the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system carries waste from the tissues, through the lymph nodes, and into the blood system. Lymphatic drainage decreases swelling, pain, fatigue, and speeds the body's recovery by stimulating the immune system.

Pregnancy Massage

Eases many adverse effects of stress and discomfort during pregnancy. In preparing for pregnancy, the pelvis and uterus benefit from stabilization and normalization, which minimize delivery difficulties and pain. Pregnancy massage can control varicose veins and reduce swelling, stimulate glandular secretion stabilizing hormonal levels, and prepare the body for easier delivery.