What is Integrated Massage?
It’s a style that allows the therapist to integrate any and all tools from their education and experience to help you in whatever way that think is best. We could divide our menu of services by the Top 3 session: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage — and while they have their differences also have enough similarities, which means they usually end up in the same session anyway.
To make things simple, we leave knowing what your body might respond to best to the therapists. This also means we don’t charge extra for deep tissue – you simply get the session that you need.
Massage can ease tense muscles, reduce inflammation in joints, repair muscle tissue, increase mobility and flexibility, and increase circulation.
Whether seeking Relaxation or a Therapeutic touch – our therapists are well-versed in these and other modalities to bring you the results you desire most.
Did you know? You can add energy work, or nap time, or aromatherapy — at NO extra charge.
Did You Know Massage Can Help...
As a women’s body and hormones change throughout her pregnancy, Pre-Natal Massage is an immediate and effective way to help expectant mothers find comfort.
Benefits of Pre-Natal Massage: relieving back pain from pelvic shifting, alleviating muscle, joint and sciatic pain, reducing symptoms of anxiety & depression, reducing swelling, and helping the mother to be get a better night’s sleep.
Cupping is a form of alternative bodywork that special silicone cups to create a vacuum and suction up the muscle fibers to open them up from their tight or locked position. Most often the therapist will combine massage in with this session, but you can request the cupping only.
Cupping Therapy is great for conditions such as: chronic lower back pain & neck pain, acute pain that restricts movement, disc herniations, and rheumatic diseases such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
An oncology massage is a highly customized massage session designed to meet the unique and changing needs of someone in treatment for cancer or with a history of cancer treatment. Sometimes the goal is pain relief, sometimes it’s to help prepare the body to finally get some much-needed sleep.
Our therapist is a Certified Oncology Massage Therapist with a big heart and she ensure that you receive proper treatment. A safe massage plan generally revolves around the side effects (both short- and long-term) of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.
NOTE: For Oncology Massage, you MUST have written permission from your doctor stating you are cleared for this.