It is the most commonly known style of massage. Swedish combines long, light strokes to help promote circulation, lymphatic flow, and relieve stress.
Therapeutic Deep Pressure Massage
Therapeutic Deep Pressure Massage is best for giving attention to certain painful, stiff "trouble spots" in your body. With deliberate strokes that focus pressure on layers of muscles and tendons. Though less rhythmic than other types of massage, deep pressure massage can be quite therapeutic. Relieving chronic patterns of tension and helping with muscle injuries. It is best to drink plenty of water after a deep tissue session to help rid the body of toxins.
~ I personally look at this treatment as a way to work down the layers of the muscles. Think of an onion and all the layers. Our muscles are the same way. We must work and warm up the more superficial muscles before we can work the more deeper muscles. This style of massage should not be painful, though it is common to feel some soreness during and after your session. I don't like the term "No Pain, No Gain" when it comes to Therapeutic Deep Pressure Massage. You're body needs to relax in order to work deeper. If not then your muscles can kick back on deeper pressure and at times you won't even know your body is doing this. You have spent years perfecting those tight muscles and adhesions, it will take time and focus work to get your body back to the point of maintaining. ~
Synergy Hot Stone Massage
Synergy Hot Stones are heated contoured massage stones that can be used like traditional hot stones and placed on areas of tightness and discomfort or as a massage tool to give you a truly custom, relaxing and therapeutic session.
- Blends heat and custom pressure into an ultra-relaxing session.
- Warms muscles, tendons, and ligaments for healing therapy and soothes the pressure, motion and temperature receptors in our skin.
- Encourages improved blood and lymph circulation.
- Helps detoxify the body and tone the skin.
- Stimulates the immune system.
- Calms the nervous system, the mind and decreases stress.
Cold Stone Massage
Can provide a deep state of relaxation, a release of tension, as well as, a reduction of swelling and inflammation due to scar tissue, trauma, or injuries to muscles. Cold stones can be placed around the face and neck to help relieve the pressure of headaches, can be placed around the lower abdominal and the back to help PMS cramping and can also be used on areas of inflammation.
Cupping Therapy involves the use of soft silicone cups that create light suction to lift and glide the connective tissue to break down knots, adhesions, and increases circulation which promotes healing.
- Stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system.
- Relieves trigger points.
- Supports muscle health and facilitates muscle recovery and healing.
- Decreases restriction to movement caused by muscle tension and adhesions.
- Increased Lymphatic circulation.
- Increased vascular circulation which nourishes and repairs cells.
- Breaks down scar tissue.
**Please note Medical Clearance will be required for the following medical conditions prior to receiving cupping therapy**
- History of Cancer
- High Blood Pressure
- Kidney/Liver Disease
- Cardio Vascular Disease
- History of Blood Cloths
- Hypo-tension (clinically low blood-pressure)
- Lymph edema
- Certain medications
Neuromuscular Therapy Massage
Neuromuscular therapy is a form of soft tissue manipulation that aims to treat underlying causes of chronic pain involving the muscular and nervous systems. This form of massage addresses trigger points (tender muscles points), circulation, nerve compression, and postural issues.
Myofascial Therapy Massage
Myofascial release therapy focuses on releasing muscular shortness and tightness by addressing the fascia (connective tissue) that lines the whole body and covers the muscles. Many clients seek myofascial therapy when they have decreased flexibility or function following an injury or if experiencing ongoing pain.
It is a total body evaluation and treatment approach that identifies and treats areas of tension or fascial restrictions throughout the body that may be impeding lymphatic flow. Lymphatic Balancing is specifically designed to adjust the autonomic nervous system (“get up and go” and “rest and restore” part of the nervous system), release restrictions/lines of tension, and eliminate congestion in the entire lymphatic system. This treatment is very gentle but after the session you may notice increased urination, a healing reaction, an emotional reaction, tiredness, brief dizziness/light-headedness, and/or possibly a low grade fever due to the detoxification that occurs when a sluggish lymphatic system resumes healthier operations. You will want to drink plenty of water to flush your system and eat lightly the day of treatment.
~Please wear comfortable clothing for your session. This work is done fully dressed and you will be laying on top of the table~
Chair massage is a style of seated massage that typically ranges from 10 to 15 minutes, but can be done up to 30 minutes. Chair massage focuses on your neck, shoulders, back, and arms. This type of massage is done over clothes and doesn't require any massage oil or lotion.
Treatments & Rates:
~Swedish/Therapeutic Deep Pressure Massage
& Lymphatic Balancing~
60 Minutes $60.00
90 Minutes $90.00
~Lux Revival Massage~
90 Minute Massage with Synergy Hot Stones, Cupping Therapy, Hot Towels, and Face Massage with Face Cupping, Cold Stones and Gua Sha Stone $125.00
~Massage Add On~
Cold Stones (Great for Headaches) $5.00
CBD Cooling Gel $5.00
Hand Treatment $10.00
Foot Treatment $10.00
Hot Towels $10.00
Face Cupping Therapy $10.00
Synergy Hot Stones $15.00
Cupping Therapy $15.00
Sugar/Salt Back Scrub or Foot Scrub with Hot Towels $15
Therapeutic Grade CBD Lotion $10/$15/$25
Essential Oils ~ Complimentary
10-30 Minute Increments
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~On-Site Work Place Treatment~
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**Veterans/Active Military and First Responders receive 10% off any Treatment**
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