Massage therapy is offered 7-days a week. With 4 dedicated rooms (including a couples room), we can offer simultaneous massages for you and a guest. You will enjoy a relaxing and therapeutic 60 or 90-minute massage. We do offer very few options at 120 minutes. Appointments are made in person or by calling the spa directly.
Choose from the following:
SWEDISH - a therapeutic massage that uses long strokes, kneading, friction, tapping, and vibration to help relax and energize the muscles. It is one of the most commonly performed massage techniques and is considered a classic form of Western massage therapy.
The goal of Swedish massage is to increase circulation, improve flexibility, reduce muscle tension, and promote relaxation. It is often used to treat conditions such as stress, tension headaches, and muscle soreness, as well as to improve overall physical and mental well-being.
Your therapist will use light to medium pressure and focus on what areas need attention with your guidance.
DEEP TISSUE - focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. Unlike Swedish massage, which uses lighter pressure, deep tissue massage uses slow, firm strokes and pressure to target the deeper layers of muscle and fascia.
The goal of deep tissue massage is to relieve tension and pain in the muscles, and to improve flexibility and range of motion. It is often used to treat conditions such as chronic back pain, neck pain, and muscle soreness, as well as to relieve stress and tension in the muscles.
Deep tissue massage may involve the use of elbows, forearms, and fingers to apply pressure to the deep tissues, and may be accompanied by slight discomfort during the massage, as the therapist works to release knots and adhesions in the muscles.
It is important to note individuals with certain medical conditions, such as blood clotting disorders or certain skin conditions, should avoid this type of massage. It is also important to communicate with the therapist to ensure the massage pressure is comfortable and effective.
LYMPHATIC - also known as lymphatic drainage massage, is a very gentle technique aimed at stimulating the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a network of vessels and tissues responsible for removing waste and excess fluid from the body.
A lymphatic drainage session uses gentle, rhythmic pressure to help move this fluid and improve the functioning of the lymphatic system. This can help to reduce swelling, improve the immune system, and support the body in detoxifying.
REFLEXOLOGY - involves the application of pressure by a trained therapist, who uses their thumbs, fingers, and sometimes a small tool, to apply pressure to the reflex points on the feet, hands, or ears. The theory behind reflexology is that these reflex points correspond to different areas and organs of the body, and that by applying pressure to these points, it is possible to relieve stress and tension, improve circulation, and promote overall health and well-being.
The massage is typically performed with the recipient fully clothed, and the pressure applied can range from light to firm, depending on the individual's preference and needs.
Reflexology is believed to be particularly beneficial for conditions such as stress and anxiety, headaches, and sleeping disorders, as well as for improving overall physical and mental well-being. It is important to note that individuals with certain medical conditions, such as broken bones or recent surgeries, should avoid this type of massage.
MYOFASCIAL CUPPING - is a type of massage therapy that involves the use of suction cups to apply pressure and release restrictions in the fascia, the connective tissue that surrounds muscles and bones. The cups are typically made of silicone or glass and are placed on the skin, where they create a vacuum that lifts the fascia and helps to loosen tight knots and adhesions.
Myofascial cupping therapy is believed to help alleviate pain, improve range of motion, and reduce muscle tension and stiffness. It is often used to treat conditions such as chronic back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain, as well as to enhance athletic performance and recovery.
It is important to note that individuals with certain medical conditions, such as skin disorders or blood clotting issues, should avoid this type of therapy. Some individuals may also experience temporary bruising or discoloration at the site of the cupping, which is considered a normal side effect of the therapy.
HOT STONE - involves the use of smooth, heated stones, typically made of basalt, a type of volcanic rock that retains heat well. The stones are placed on specific points on the body, or used as tools to apply pressure and heat to the muscles.
The heat from the stones helps to relax the muscles and improve circulation, while the massage therapist uses the stones to perform various massage techniques. This combination of heat and pressure can help to relieve pain, reduce stress and tension, and promote a deep relaxation.
CRANIAL SACRAL - is a gentle and non-invasive type of bodywork that focuses on the bones of the head, spinal column, and sacrum. It is based on the idea that the natural rhythmic pulse of cerebrospinal fluid within the cranial sacral system affects the health and functioning of the body as a whole.
Cranial Sacral therapy uses light touch to apply pressure to the bones and tissues, helping to release restrictions and improve the flow of cerebrospinal fluid. This is believed to improve the function of the central nervous system, relieve pain and tension, and promote overall relaxation and well-being.
CST is often used to treat conditions such as chronic headaches, migraines, stress, and neck and back pain. It is also used to address issues related to the central nervous system, such as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and post-concussive syndrome. It is important to note that CST should only be performed by a trained and licensed therapist.
PRENATAL - designed for pregnant women to alleviate the stress and discomfort commonly experienced during pregnancy. The massage therapist uses gentle pressure and various techniques to relax the muscles and relieve tension, reducing pain and promoting overall well-being.
It is believed to be beneficial in reducing symptoms such as headaches, muscle pain, back pain, and swelling, as well as improving sleep, reducing stress, and boosting circulation. Prenatal massage is considered safe for most women during pregnancy, however, it is always advisable to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new therapy.
NEUROMUSCULAR - also known as trigger point therapy, is a type of massage therapy focused on relieving pain and tension in specific muscle groups. It involves the application of pressure to "trigger points," which are tight knots of muscle fibers that can cause pain and discomfort in other parts of the body.
Neuromuscular massage aims to relax these trigger points and improve the function of the muscles, thereby reducing pain and improving range of motion. This type of massage is often used to treat conditions such as chronic back pain, headaches, fibromyalgia, and sports injuries.
We also offer options with Cupping, GuaSha, Kinesio Taping, Thai Massage (Please see our page dedicated to Thai Yoga Therapy for more information).
Include CBD-infused oil with your massage for a small $10 add-on fee (Not available for Prenatal). CBD-infused massage and spa treatments have been helpful for easing pain, reducing inflammation, healing scar tissue, and treating conditions such as psoriasis and eczema, as well as reducing symptoms involved with anxiety, depression, and PMS.
So when you're looking for a "massage near me", look no further!
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