Hours: By Appointment Only
Tuesday through Friday 10am-5:30pm
2 Saturdays a month 11am-4pm
Sunday and Monday Closed
30 minute $45
60 minute $70
90 minute $90
Senior 65+ 60 minute $60
Senior 65+ 90 minute $80
Hands and feet 30 minute $45
Active Isolated Stretching 30 Minute $45
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65+ Wellness Packages:
3- 60 minute massages $140 (Save $40)
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All treatments incorporate a variation of all the techniques listed below to best meet your needs. All techniques used have one thing in common they are all Therapeutic.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue or fascia. This type of massage focuses on the muscles located below the surface of the top muscles. Therapeutic massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity, such as athletes, and patients who have sustained physical injury. It is also not uncommon for receivers of deep tissue massage to have their pain replaced with a new muscle ache for a day or two. Deep work varies greatly. What one calls deep another will call light. When receiving deep work it is important to communicate what you are feeling.
Medical massage differs from regular massage and bodywork in that the treatment is specifically directed to resolve conditions diagnosed by a medical doctor. The therapist may use a variety of modalities or techniques during the treatment , but will focus that treatment only on the areas of the body related to the diagnosis.
Sports massage is actually a form of Swedish massage that is delivered to athletes. Most commonly, sports massage focuses on increasing blood and lymphatic fluid flow, reducing and eliminating pain as well as tender trigger points, and increasing range of motion of the affected area. Sports massages can be broken into 4 distinct types - the pre-event sports massage, the post-event sports massage, the restorative sports massage and the rehabilitative sports massage. As the names indicate, each type of sports massage has a different focus for the athlete as they are delivered at different times during their training and performance schedule.
Swedish massage uses five styles of long, flowing strokes to massage. The five basic strokes are effleurage (sliding or gliding), petrissage (kneading), tapotement (rhythmic tapping), friction (cross fiber) and vibration/shaking. Swedish massage has shown to be helpful in reducing pain, joint stiffness, and improving function in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee over a period of eight weeks. It has also been shown to be helpful in individuals with poor circulation. The development of Swedish massage is credited to Per Henrik Ling, though the Dutch practitioner Johan Georg Mezger adopted the French names to denote the basic strokes. The term "Swedish" massage is not really known in the country of Sweden, where it is called "classic massage".
Active Isolated stretching
The Active Isolated Stretching technique involves the method of holding each stretch for only two seconds. This method of stretching is also known to work with the body's natural physiological makeup to improve circulation and increase the elasticity of muscle joints and fascia.