Massage

Massage

A good massage can do more than help you relax. Growing research shows that it can help with back pain, other kinds of pain, and recovery from injury or medical procedures. Massage therapy is highly effective, when combined with floating.


Deep Tissue

Emphasizes strong finger pressure to reach the muscle, effective for back pain.


Hot Stone

Smooth, heated river stones are strategically placed on the body to induce deep relaxation and align chakras. Handheld stones are then used to massage aching muscles. A wonderful, unique and comforting massage.


Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy

Focuses on painful trigger points, a well-localized point of tenderness, helpful to people with injuries, chronic pain, and fibromyalgia.


Pre-Natal

This therapeutic massage for mother-to-be focuses on bringing comfort and relaxation to her changing body during the second and third trimester. Benefits of prenatal massage include relief from headaches, sinus congestion, backaches, leg cramps, swollen ankles, sciatic pain and sleep issues.


Reflexology

Pressure is systemically applied to pressure points on the hands or feet to stimulate different parts of the body including internal organs.


Sports Massage

Promotes recovery and flexibility in athletes combines deep tissue and Swedish techniques.


Swedish Massage

The form of massage most people are familiar with-uses long flowing strokes, circular motions, tapping, and kneading to promote relaxation.