Therapeutic Wellness Massage
Helping you along your path to health and wellness.
Rates and Services

First time client introduction offers

$40/60 minutes; $60/90 minutes

Swedish/Deep Tissue:

$70/60 minutes; $95/90 minutes; $130/120 minutes

Hot Stone Massage:

$95/90 minutes

Pre-Natal/Pregnancy Massage:

$70/60 minutes; $95/90 minutes

Sugar foot scrub add on:


Event Chair Massage:

$60/60 minutes

Massage Bundles:

4/60 minutes $220 ($260 value)

4/90 minutes $280 ($340 value)

4/120 minutes $460 ($500 value)

Offers cannot be combined with discounts or bundles

Swedish Massage:

Swedish massage is the what most of us think about when we hear the word massage.  It is the most commonly requested type of massage today.  The purpose of Swedish massage is to relax the entire body, but it also has a number of other health benefits.  Swedish massage improves blood circulation, increases the level of oxygen in the blood, helps the body removes toxins, improves flexibility, eases tension and helps with pain management.  This is accomplished by using a variety of techniques, primarily rubbing the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart.  Other techniques used include kneading a muscle, cross-fiber friction to break up muscle knots (adhesions), and stretching.  

Deep Tissue Massage:

Deep Tissue Massage focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It is designed to reach the deep sections of thick muscles, specifically the individual muscle fibers.  Using deep muscle compression and friction along the grain of the muscle, the purpose of Deep Tissue Massage is to unstick the fibers of the muscles and release both toxins and deeply held tension points. Specific hand positions and strokes are used to respond to various tissues while breath and movement techniques are employed to release muscular congestion. It helps to loosen muscle tissues, release toxins from muscles and get blood and oxygen circulating properly. It is both corrective and therapeutic. It is beneficial for many physical problems, including sports injuries and chronic pain. Because it works very deeply, emotional issues can also be addressed, when these have been stored in the body.  Deep Tissue Massage usually focuses on specific areas and may cause some soreness during or after the session. If the massage is done correctly however, you should feel better within a day or two. Water helps to eliminate toxins from the body so it is important to drink plenty of water after a Deep Tissue Massage to help this process along.

Hot Stone Massage:

Hot stone massage is a specialty massage where smooth, heated stones are used as an extension of the therapists own hands. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help warm up tight muscles so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly.  The stones themselves are usually basalt, a black volcanic rock that absorbs and retains heat well, and have been smoothed by natural forces in the river or sea.  First, the therapist warms up the body with traditional Swedish massage, then massages you while holding heated stones.  This continues throughout the duration of the massage with the therapist using various size stones on different muscles in the body.

Pre-Natal/Pregnancy Massage:

Prenatal massage, also known as pregnancy massage, promotes relaxation, soothes nerves, and relieves strained back and leg muscles in expectant mothers. Prenatal massage is especially beneficial in the second and third trimesters, when the extra weight in your belly puts a strain on your back.  Prenatal massage provides relaxation by relieving stress on joints. It eases neck and back pain, helps you to keep good posture and relaxes and provides flexibility to birthing muscles. Prenatal massage aids the circulatory and lymphatic systems, which keeps blood flowing to both the mother and the baby.  It stimulates different glands in the body, which help to stabilize hormone levels, and relieves nervous tension throughout the body. And the nurturing touch during pregnancy massage promotes relaxation and provides emotional support. 

Don't stop getting massage once the baby comes along.  Post-partum massage (also called post-natal massage)  can help restore your body to its pre-pregnancy condition. It helps to realign your body weight, and tones the over-stretched skin over the belly. It also relieves muscle tension and stress from mothering duties.

Sugar Foot Scrub:

Treat your feet and indulge in a little something extra by adding on a relaxing and refreshing foot scrub!  Foot scrubs can be used to rejuvenate the feet, enhance their look and feel, and even relieve pressure and pain. They can relieve tired, achy feet and help to remove dead skin while also nourishing the skin with natural ingredients. The most important part of a good exfoliating foot scrub is the exfoliating ingredient.  Sugar foot scrubs are particularly scrumptious. While salt scrubs are commonly used in the beauty industry, sugar scrubs tend to be less sharp and generally easier on the skin. Where salt scrubs have a tendency to extract moisture from the skin, sugar foot scrubs nourish and relieve parched skin.  So get that little extra something for your massage and pamper your feet!

Event Chair Massage:

Do you have a corporate or family event coming up?  Or perhaps a girl’s spa day at home?  I am always available for your events with my massage chair.  Chair massage is a fun way to help clients, employees, family and friends enjoy the benefits of massage.  Think of me the next time you have a corporate meeting where I can help ease the stress of the day, or a family event like a wedding or reunion to add some extra relaxation to your friends and family.  Massage chairs are lightweight and portable so it is easy to get to almost any event you have in mind.  


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