Swedish– is a very light and relaxing massage that includes many techniques that can increase circulation and help with aches and pains.
Pregnancy– is a massage using proper positioning to protect the expectant mother and child. The therapist uses multiple pillows and positions to ensure comfort and relaxation for the client.
Special Populations– is a massage for the elder and those with medical issues. Many times there is consulting with the clients medical doctors to ensure the client receives the most beneficial massage.
Deep Tissue/Trigger Points- is a form of bodywork that releases tension in the deeper layers of the tissue. It is very helpful in relieving pain from chronic stress, past injuries and misalignments. During this massage it is important that the therapist and client communicate to ensure the client does not become too uncomfortable. Remember that a little soreness is common after this session and you should drink plenty of water to flush out the toxins released during this work.
Myofascial Release- is a light massage of the soft tissues just below the skin and above the muscle. It is a web that connects all of the tissue, muscles and bones. This massage is commonly used to relieve tension and help alignment.
Hot Stone– this massage includes other styles of massage but adds hot therapeutic stones to the massage. The stones are placed on the body for thermal relief and also used during the massage to release tension.
Paraffin Wax Hand Dip– is a great way to soften dry, cracked, or arthritic hands. You dip your hands into a warm bath of wax and then place them into mitts to keep the heat in until the end of your massage. The results are amazing. If you have never done this it is a must try!
Peppermint Foot Scrub– is a refreshing way to soften those rough sandle feet. We use peppermint infused salt scrub during your foot massage to help soften and freshen those poor, sore, rough summer feet.