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Massage Menu

Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage


Penetrating massage aimed at releasing deep muscle tension and spasms, relieving pain, and alleviating dysfunction with slow, even pressure. Being properly hydrated before your massage appointment and drinking plenty of water after a deep tissue massage is highly recommended.

Muscle Melt Treatment


Maximize relief from tension and pain with a combination of Swedish, Lymphatic Drainage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial, neuromuscular or Trigger Point therapy, and Sports massage techniques used to alleviate pain and inflammation, increase circulation, and promote tissue repair. A fusion of these techniques allows for relaxation and penetration of the muscle tissue/fascia while also delivering focused attention to congested areas.

Urban Zen (Relaxation Massage)


With an emphasis on relaxation and letting go of stress and tension – both physical and emotional – this classic and timeless technique of Swedish massage is used to deeply relax tense muscles, detoxify the body and rejuvenate the mind. I Will adjust the pressure to your comfort level. Your 90 minute session allows time to focus on specific areas that need extra care.

Hot Stone Massage


Back to the stone age – This unique massage combines Swedish techniques with the use of hot, oiled lava stones. The stones are placed on the body to stimulate energy and promote your body’s harmonic balance. The body is gently massaged with the stones allowing the heat to penetrate into the muscles for deep relaxation and therapeutic effect.

Mommy-To-Be Massage


Taking time for yourself during pregnancy can be uplifting emotionally. The soothing touch of massage during pregnancy allows the mommy-to-be to unwind and feel comforted from the stress her body is in due to increased weight, shifting posture and adjusting hormone levels.

This massage is done with the client lying on her side, with her head, legs and stomach supported with cushions and pillows. The therapist can then work safely on her back without creating any increased pressure.

For a portion of the session the client will be helped into a semi-reclining position with her legs elevated. This position allows the therapist to treat the rest of the body (shoulders, arms, hands, legs, feet, scalp), and it allows the client to experience great comfort and deep relaxation-in the safest way possible.