Swedish Massage is perfect for relaxation – that’s why it’s one of the most popular massage techniques. During your Swedish massage, your therapist will use a combination of gliding and kneading strokes to release overall muscular stress and physical tension.
Deep Tissue Massage is great for targeting persistent muscle discomfort. Deep tissue targets the deeper layers of muscles, tendons and fascia (the tissue covering muscles), releasing painful knots and reducing overall aches and pains.
Prenatal Massage is ideal for easing the discomfort of pregnancy for moms-to-be using a combination of techniques aimed at easing pelvic and back pain, reducing swelling and enhancing overall well-being. Multiple positions are used throughout the treatment including side-lying with a comfortable body pillow and a reclined seated position to treat the front of the body and provide an optimal neck massage.
Hot Stone Massage is similar to swedish massage. Oil is always used, allowing stones to glide more easily over skin. Many of the same sliding strokes (called “effleurage”) are used as well. The advantage of hot stones is that they allow muscles to relax without strong pressure. The heat also promotes better circulation and mental relaxation. Hot stones can also be incorporated into a deep tissue massage.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage is a specialized treatment to help move lymph fluid in clients who are swollen from surgery, injury, genetic predisposition and/or changes in altitude/pressure. A gentle style of massage, manual lymphatic drainage relies on rhythmic circular movements in specific directions to enable the proper circulation of these fluids throughout the body.
Chair Massage offers relief for the neck, back, and arms at a workplace or event with no clothing removal necessary nor special preparation for the massage. Treat employees, clients, friends & family to 10-20 minute chair massages that lower anxiety and blood pressure while boosting mental wellness.