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Massage

Acupressure, Deep tissue, Hot Stone, Lomi Lomi, Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release

Neuromuscular Therapy, Polarity, Prenatal, Reflexology, Sports, Swedish 

Other Services upon Consultation

 

1/2 Hour  $59

1 Hour $ 68 (Swedish)

90 Minutes $99 (Swedish)

Deep Tissue*60-Minute $99 *

 Deep Tissue *90-Minute $125

Sports Massage  60minute $99

90 minute $ 125

*Therapeutic 60 Minute$125   (Package 6 $699) 

*90 Minute $145   (Package 6 $799)

Packages can’t be transferred, redeemed for cash value or exchanged for other service, combined with any other promotion, standard 48 hour cancellation policy.

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*24-hours following your treatment- Therapeutic  sea salt bath is recommended.  Our selection holds the highest mineral content available and is harvested from the southern Dead Sea in Israel. 

Head -Neck & Shoulders Massage Treatment!

*A Must have and highly requested among our customers, unlike any other service elsewhere this treatment incorporates the application of essential oils and aroma therapy to have you decompress, relief neck ,shoulder and cranial tension while bringing essential nourishment to your hair and scalp.

  Relaxes the nervous system and eliminates the fatigue caused by mental stress and strain!

Enjoy- while cocoon in light weight warm body wrap & sound and aromas  you will drift with this comprehensive treatment.

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Your Treatment-

30– Minute $59

60- Minute $ 99

We are very selective with our therapists,  they are passionate energy workers.

We believe in the power of healing as an alternative holistic method.

We offer a variety of energy work

Auric Healing, Bio-dynamics, Cranial-Sacral,Reiki, Shamanistic Healing

Please note that every massage is different just like each unique person, we have no routine and our purpose is to accommodate your needs. Making it into a customized relaxing experience.

 

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

 
Lymphatic drainage massage can ease the symptoms of allergies, menstrual cramps, sinusitis, colds and other viruses. It also promotes healing of scar tissue and is often recommended as part of post-surgical recovery.
Your lymphatic system is key to your overall health. Among other things, it produces monocytes and lymphocytes, the cells that are a part of your immune system.
Lymph vessels, bundles of cells known as lymph nodes, and certain organs make up your lymphatic system, and lymph fluid runs through it. Lymphatic fluid serves two functions, both delivering nutrients to cells, and clearing metabolic waste and foreign objects from them.
When lymph fluid isn’t properly circulating through your system, your lymph nodes and surrounding tissue may become swollen, and your body becomes more susceptible to infection. During a lymphatic drainage massage, I use gentle, rhythmic movements to improve circulation and release toxins that can accumulate in your lymphatic tissue. It’s really a holistic way to maintain or boost your overall health.
The proper functioning of the lymphatic system is critical to our body’s ability to drain stagnant fluids, detoxify, regenerate tissues, filter out toxins and foreign substances, and maintain a healthy immune system. Unlike the circulatory system, which uses the pumping of the heart to circulate it’s blood flow, lymph vessels rely upon hundreds of tiny muscular unit (lymphangions) to propel lymph (proteins, toxins, hormones, fatty acids, etc.) Compromised lymphatic system may open way to physical ailments and hasten the aging process. Lymphatic drainage is a hands-on specialty technique designed to attain and sustain proper functioning of the human fluid system.
 
Add on to Regular Massage price $35.00
Stand alone treatment – Inquire within

Post Surgical Lymphatic Drainage

Performed after surgery, post surgical lymphatic drainage can be used for recovery after surgery. Depending upon the type of surgery performed, post surgical lymphatic drainage will be customized to your needs. Some examples of where post surgical lymphatic drainage is used would be breast cancer patients, plastic surgery patients, liposuction, and pregnancy. It promotes healing of scar tissue.
Your lymphatic system is key to your overall health. Among other things, it produces monocytes and lymphocytes, the cells that are a part of your immune system.
Lymph vessels, bundles of cells known as lymph nodes, and certain organs make up your lymphatic system, and lymph fluid runs through it. Lymphatic fluid serves two functions, both delivering nutrients to cells, and clearing metabolic waste and foreign objects from them.
When lymph fluid isn’t properly circulating through your system, your lymph nodes and surrounding tissue may become swollen, and your body becomes more susceptible to infection. During a lymphatic drainage massage, I use gentle, rhythmic movements to improve circulation and release toxins that can accumulate in your lymphatic tissue. It’s really a holistic way to maintain or boost your overall health.
 

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy

Neuromuscular massage therapy uses static pressure on specific points in the body to relieve pain.
Applying pressure to the posterior mid thorax to release hidden pressure points under the scapula.
Pain has a few possible causes. Neuromuscular therapy is designed to address five of them:
1. Ischemia, or a lack of blood flow
2. Trigger points or irritated muscle tissue that refers pain to other parts of the body
3. Nerve pressure or compression
4. Poor posture
5. Pain caused by exertion
Neuromuscular therapy can also relieve chronic headache pain.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial release is a form of massage that uses stretches and long strokes to release tension in the body’s fascia or connective tissue.
Neck stretches are a form of myofascial release.
Fascia is a web of tissue that encloses the body’s organs, muscles, and bones from head to toe, and front to back. Your body’s fascia maintains structural integrity, provides support and protection to your body’s parts, and acts as a shock absorber.
Under normal circumstances, the fascia can stretch and move without restriction. When our bodies experience trauma — such as injury, scarring, inflammation or repetitive stress — it loses its flexibility and tightens. Tightened fascia can become a source of tension to the rest of the body. Over time, the changes in your fascia can cause discomfort, pain and limit range of motion. The goal of myofascial release is to stretch the fascia and release bonds between fascia, integument, muscles, and bones. During such a massage, knuckles, elbow, and fingers are used to apply pressure to the fascia tissue, starting slowly, working through each layer of tissue, until your entire fascia is loosened.
Much like neuromuscular, myofascial release is designed to treat chronic pain, including neck, back, jaw and menstrual pain. This Treatment can be customized along with meditation to aid and relief the discomfort…
*upon request_

Deep Tissue Massage

During a deep tissue massage, the therapist either follows or works against the grains of muscles, tendons and fascia (connective tissue) to release chronic patterns of tension in the body — also known as “knots” or “adhesions.”
Deep tissue massages involve slow strokes and deep finger pressure on knotted, contracted muscle fibers. Many of the movements are similar to Swedish massage, but the pressure is more intense.
Increased pressure penetrates past the surface tissue to reach the muscle layers underneath. You may feel the use of an elbow or a shifting of body angle to adjust how much pressure is applied to a particular area to release the tissue.
While it should never hurt, it may feel uncomfortable at times. If you feel more pressure being applied than you can comfortably tolerate, please don’t hesitate to let it be known.
Deep tissue massage is particularly good for relieving pain, enhancing mobility, and helping you recover from injuries, including those caused by repetitive strain.

 

Sports Massage

Sports massage uses strokes and touches that are familiar to other forms of massage. Unlike other forms of massage, however, it is designed to focus on the muscles used for a particular sport .Massaging the iliotibial band, which in addition to relieving running pain can also help relieve sciatica and pelvic pain.
There are four types of sports massage, each with a slightly different goal:
• Pre-event: A short massage that stimulates those muscles that will be exerted during the competition
• Post-event: A massage delivered immediately after the event to normalize the body’s tissues.
• Restorative: Happens while the athletes is training, allowing him or her to train harder with a lower injury risk.
• Rehabilitative: Alleviates pain due to injury.

 

Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage is a form of massage therapy that follows the same principles of a regular Swedish massage with the addition of water-heated stones. The hot stones are used at key points on the body to promote deep muscle relaxation so the therapist can work more deeply and quickly to facilitate the release of muscle restrictions. Each hot stone massage therapy session provides a healing and effective experience that reduces stress, melts away tension, eases muscle stiffness, increases circulation and metabolism, and brings relief to chronic pain.
Health Benefits
• Help relax the body’s muscles and soft tissues
• Decrease pain and muscle spasms
• Improve circulation, flexibility, and range of motion
• Reduce chronic stress and tension
• Reduce stress, promote calmness, and increase relaxation
• Relieve pain associated with fibromyalgia, arthritis, carpen tynnel syndrome, and other chronic conditions
• Increase flexibility in joints, aiding in easier mobility and movement
• Relieve pain and tension created by strained and contracted muscles
• Help rid the body of toxins
• Lower blood pressure

 

 

Pregnancy / Prenatal Massage

Like other forms of massage, prenatal massage is designed to relax tense muscles, ease pain, and improve circulation and mobility. Unlike other forms of massage, however, it’s tailored specifically to ease the discomfort you may feel as your body changes with pregnancy.
Research shows that prenatal massage can reduce the level of stress hormones in the body. Other studies suggest that massage can decrease symptoms of depression, relieve the lower back pain that often accompanies pregnancy.

Postpartum Massage

Giving birth to a child is a wondrous experience for most women. It can also be a time of great physical stress and emotional upheaval. Postpartum massage is designed to restore your mental well-being, releasing tension and realigning the body.
Postpartum massage therapy restores tone to your skin and other soft tissue, redistributes your weight, increases circulation and reduces swelling. Like other forms of massage, postpartum massage also eases muscle tension and stress.
During a postpartum massage, our main focus on back, neck, thighs, pelvis, and chest area.

Aromatherapy, meditation and other upgrades can enhance this treatment..Upon Request

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48/hour cancellation notice required.

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