Like exercise, massage does more for you if you engage in it regularly… even a monthly treatment can help maintain general health. Touch is basic to survival, this is the only excuse needed to indulge.
Remember, your body strives to maintain optimum health by keeping all of its systems in balance. Along with proper nutrition, exercise and rest, a massage relaxes tense muscles and stimulates the body’s communication lines to help it do its job — and to keep you feeling your best. So, make regular massage a priority in your life for a healthier tomorrow!Let our Massage specialists treat your mind, body, and soul to a truly pampering massage.Massage therapies that help you unwind and drift away. Melt stress, improve circulation, and ease muscular tension. We offer 30,45,60,75, 90 and 105 minute sessions.
|75 minutes $90.00|
105 minutes $120.00
|By creating suction and negative pressure, massage-cupping therapy is used to soften tight muscles, loosen adhesions, lift connective tissue, bring hydration to body tissues, and drain excess fluids and toxins by opening lymphatic pathways. This stimulates circulation while separating fused tissue layers and draining lymph.|
Listed below are some of the many conditions that respond to the cupping technique: Fibromyalgia, Sciatica, Chronic Pain, Arthritis, Menopause, Diabetes, Edema, Headache Relief, and Neuralgia.
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Additional modalities may be used in conjunction with treatment, such as:Electrical stimulation: A mild electrical current is applied to provide continuous stimulation to acupuncture points.Moxabustion: A form of heat therapy that uses an herb called mugwort to stimulate acupuncture points.Craniosacral Therapy: A method of evaluating and enhancing the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid in the spinal cord and brain. The practitioner uses very gentle hand pressure to help release restrictions and improve the overall function of the central nervous system. This therapy is effective for a wide range of illnesses and helps encourage vitality and a sense of well-being.Gua sha: A small, flat ox bone tool is moved across the skin to unblock areas of stagnation.