One hour massage: $70
One and a half hour: $90
Chair massage: $1/min.
The word comes from the French massage ”friction of kneading,” or from Latin massa meaning “mass, dough.” That’s excactly how you’ll feel in our masseus’ hands. A full body massage helps relieve stress and aids relaxation, helps relieve muscle tension and stiffness, faster healing of strained muscles and sprained ligaments. Reduces pain and swelling, reduces formations of excessive scar tissue, reduces muscle spasms, provides greater joint flexilitiy and range of motion as well as enhancing athletic performance. Treats injuries caused during sport or work, promotes deeper and easier breathing, improves circulation of blood and movement of lymph fluids, reduces blood pressure.
Is a science that deals with energy pathways that correspond to all the glands, organs and parts of the body. It is a unique method of using thumb and fingers to reflex these areas in both feet and hands. There are 7200 nerve endings on EACH foot. In this therapy you are fully clothed.
Designed to relax and keep the baby safe and comfortable. Massage during pregnancy can give relief from muscle cramps, spasms and myofascial pain, especially in the lower back. Increase in blood and lymph circulation, which can reduce swelling reduce stress on the weight-bearing joint improves outcome of labor and eases labor pain.
The term “Swedish Massage” refers to a variety of techniques specifically designed to relax muscles by applying pressure to them against deeper muscles and bones, and rubbing in the same direction as the flow of blood returning to the heart. This form of massage was created at the turn of the century by Henry Peter Ling in Sweden. It involves the use of kneading, stroking, friction, tapping, and vibration and may provide relief from stiffness, numbness, pain, constipation, and other health problems. The main purpose of Swedish massage is to increase the oxygen flow in the blood and release toxins from the muscles. Other possible benefits include stimulation of circulation, an increase in muscle tone, and a balance of the musculo-skeletal systems.
The use and blending of undiluted, pure essential oils extracted from specific aromatic plants in order to promote healing.
The use of aromatherapy has been around for at least 6,000 years and been practiced by the Greeks, Romans, and ancient Egyptians. The Egyptian god of medicine, Imhotep, recommended fragrant oils for bathing, massage, and for embalming their dead.
Myofascial Release is a form of bodywork that is manipulative in nature and seeks to rebalance the body by releasing tension in the fascia. Long, stretching strokes are utilized to release muscular tension. Myofascial Release is a manual therapy technique that is utilized to help relieve pain and tension that is due to injury or stress. It involves releasing and unwinding the fascia (connective tissue) that surrounds each muscle and interconnects all of the other internal parts of the body.
This tissue layer, which connects every muscle, tendon, ligament, bone, and organ in our bodies, can store memories of physical trauma. Releasing these restrictions allows us to discharge recurring emotional as well as physical pain. Sessions can include craniosacral work, stretching techniques, and deep touch.
Sports massage focuses on muscles relevant to the event. For athletes who train continuously, the goal is to enhance endurance, lessen the chance of injury and shorten the time needed to recover from an event. Sports Massage may utilize a variety of techniques such as classical Swedish Massage, trigger point therapy, and hydrotherapy. Prior to an athletic event, Sports Massage may be used with stretching in order to help athletes to loosen, warm and prepare their muscles so that their performance and endurance might be enhanced. Following an athletic event, Sports Massage may be used to relieve pain, prevent stiffness, and return the muscles back to their normal state. Sports Massage may also be used for injury rehabilitation.