Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Massage is as perfect elixir for good health, but it can also provide an integration of  body and mind.  There are many benefits to massage therapy.  It helps relax overused and injured muscles, reduces spasms and cramping, increases joint flexibility, relieves pain from migraines, and also helps with depression and anxiety.

A typical massage therapy session is between 40 to 90 minutes.  Your massage will begin with a brief consultation and review of symptoms, medical history, and lifestyle.

The massage therapist uses oil or lotion on the skin and begins the massage.  A full body massage usually begins on the back and then moves down to the legs.  You will then be asked to turn over so you are face up. The massage continues on your arms, legs, neck, face, and scalp.  A massage also can be tailored to your preference.


Swedish Massage.

A hands on full body massage of medium pressure. Relieves muscle tension, stimulates circulation, and promotes total mind and body relaxation.


Sinus Massage

A massage tailored to relieve sinus pressure from allergies to the common cold. It opens up sinus passages and facilitates healing. If you have chronic headaches or any sinus irregularities consider a sinus massage to help you breathe again.


Prenatal Massage

By placing pillows around the client and using a lighter touch, a prenatal massage will address many discomforts associated with the skeletal and nervous system changes during pregnancy. Once the client consults with their doctor, it is recommended to start after the 1st trimester.


Hot Stone Massage

Penetrating heat from smooth oiled and warmed stones is used to relieve tense muscles and sore joints.



“Rie” meaning The Higher Power and “Ki” meaning life force energy. The purpose of reiki is to stimulate the body’s natural healing process.


Deep Tissue

A firm pressure therapeutic massage, useful to those who have chronic neck and back pain.