Swedish Massage

30 min/$45 60 min/$65  90 min/$95

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Swedish massage is the foundation for other types of Western massage, including sports massage, deep tissue massage and aromatherapy massage. It is based on the Western concepts of anatomy and physiology.  

A Swedish massage can be slow and gentle, or vigorous and bracing, depending on what the client needs and what the therapist is trying to achieve.  

If you prefer deeper work and can tolerate more pressure to get relief from chronic muscle pain, it's better to book a Deep Tissue massage, but if you are simply looking to de-stress and relax, a Swedish massage is the better choice.


Deep Tissue Massage

30 min/$45 60 min/$65  90 min/$95

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Deep Tissue massage is a type of massage aimed at the deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia. Deep Tissue massage uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massage, but the pressure will generally be more intense. It is also a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or "knots" (also known as "adhesions.")

Will A Deep Tissue Massage Hurt?

It shouldn't hurt, but it's likely to be a bit more uncomfortable than a classic Swedish massage. You should always feel free to speak up if the pressure is too much for you. If the pressure is more than you can comfortably take, you might unconsciously tense up, guarding your body from pain. This makes it harder for the therapist to achieve results.  

You are always better off with less pressure -- only as much pressure as you can take while still being relaxed.  It takes time and experience to know exactly where that point is. We typically work on a 0-10 pressure scale and encourage our clients to stay around the 5-6 pressure range to get the most from the massage.  


Trigger Point Therapy

30 min/$45 60 min/$65  90 min/$95

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Trigger points are small areas of spasm within your muscle. They can cause pain at the site of the trigger point -- or in another area. A trigger point is  an indication that the body has experienced some form of physiological dysfunction, such as poor posture, repetitive mechanical stress, a mechanical imbalance such as legs of different lengths, or acute trauma. An interesting factor with Trigger points is that they almost always refer pain to other areas of the body.

Trigger points are part of a protective mechanism of your body. They are an important defense reflex that protects the body. Problems can occur when that reflex misfires or doesn’t switch off. This can cause ongoing pain and/or stiffness.  Active Trigger points can be  a great source of pain and discomfort. 

Trigger point therapy is a technique in which trigger points are located and manipulated using various techniques to reduce the pain and "deactivate" the point. This technique is sometimes also called Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy or Myofascial Release Therapy. (Myo means muscle tissue, and fascia is the connective tissue in and around it.) 

What Can Trigger Point Therapy Do?

Trigger point therapy can reduce pain, increase movement, and allow the muscle to lengthen, and become stronger.  


30 Min Focused Massage

30 min/$45

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Focused Massage is as it implies, focused on a specific area or muscle group on the body. Various modalities and techniques are used to address a specific issue. Some examples are lower back pain, neck & shoulder pain, quads, etc.  


30 Min Scalp & Face Massage

30 min/$45

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When time is of the essence the 30-Minute Scalp & Face massage is a quick way to bring relief to your scalp, neck, and face, with this relaxing treatment. It can also help with tension and sinus headaches. 


30 Min Hand Massage

30 min/$45

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Give your hands some love. They deserve it. This massage begins with a lavender scented hot paraffin wax treatment, followed by a hand and forearm massage. It is a wonderful massage for those who work with their hands all day. It can also be a nice add-on to a Swedish or Deep Tissue massage.


30 Min Foot Massage

30 min/$45

Get off your feet and give them a treat. This massage begins with a lavender scented hot paraffin wax treatment, followed by a foot massage. It is a wonderful massage for those who stand most of the day. It can also be a nice add-on to a Swedish or Deep Tissue massage.

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