Medical massage therapy offers a range of approaches such as deep-tissue, myofacial and trigger point release, neuromuscular therapy and structural realignment. It is useful for anyone with a medical diagnosis, recovering from an injury, surgery or that has been suffering from acute or chronic pain.

Wellness Massage also known as Swedish massage promotes circulation, lymph drainage and is beneficial for stress and chronic pain. The pressure may vary depending on the patient’s needs as well as the therapist’s technique.

Sports massage is a deep tissue massage that aims to massage and manipulate the affected muscles, stretch out the fascia and work remedially to ease tightness and restrictions related to the patients chosen sport.

Cupping and Massage: Cupping is a an ancient Eastern practice used along with medical massage. This improves blood flow and myofascial release and stimulated the nervous system and the lymphatic system while helping to restore the balance of energy.

Pregnancy Massage: This massage is designed to relieve pregnancy related causes of stress including leg cramps, low back pain, swelling, headaches or just sore muscles. Pre and post natal massage is offered.

Hot Stone or Himalayan Salt Stone: This warming and grounding massage uses heated Himaliayn salt crystals or hot river sotnes that are massaged over the body as an extension of the therapist’s hands. This treatment deeply relaxes, restores key minerals, eases tension, improves circulation and lifts your spirits.

One Hour: $80.16 ($75 + tax)

90 Minutes: $117.56 ($110 + tax)

Hot Stone (90 minutes):
Regular: $138.94 ($130 + tax)

Half Hour/Reflexology: (no further discounts apply)
All: $48.09 ($45 + tax)

Aromatherapy/Fire & Ice:
$10 on top of service

Package of 10: $721.41 ($675 + tax)

Massage Treatment Enhancements

Aromatherapy, add medical grade essential oils to any treatment.

Gua Sha Fire and Ice Treatment, includes a warm towel compression to help relax muscles while therapeutic herbal extracts and essential oils are applied with Gua Sha friction (a Chinese medical massage technique) allowing deeper work into tense muscle fibers. Next “cooling” herbal extracts and essential oils are applied to help release tension, decrease pain and calm inflammation.

Reflexology, Add 30 minutes to any massage for focused work on your feet. This ancient technique uses pressure points along with a blend of essential oils to restore the flow of energy throughout the body.