60 min – $80
90 min – $110
120 min – $150
Balanced blend of deep tissue, sports, neuromuscular, and Swedish massage with specific focus based on the clients needs that day. These different hands-on techniques are used to promote physiological change. This type of somatic therapy uses guided movement along with other bodywork techniques to help stimulate atrophied muscles
and release compressed soft tissue. Using proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), the goal is to reflexively relax over-contracted muscle tissue and allow for healing red blood cells to flow through the area.
Relaxing Swedish Massage
Most popular among those who have never had a massage. It involves the use of hands, forearms, or elbows to manipulate the superficial layers of the muscle and fascia to restore mental and physical health. Active or passive movements may also be a part of the treatment. The benefits are to increase blood circulation, mental and physical relaxation, increased range of motion, and decreased stress and muscle tension.
Stimulating Sports Massage
Form of bodywork geared toward participants in athletics. It is used to help prevent injuries, prepare the body for athletic activities or events, maintain optimal performance, and to promote less on-set muscle soreness (recovery time). This can be used as an on-site pre-event massage. The goal is to increase blood flow and range of motion to provide the athlete with full functioning muscle tissue to help them preform to their fullest potential.
Neuromuscular Massage (Trigger Point Therapy)
Beneficial to anyone with muscular pain. Soft tissue pain that feels like knots in the muscle are very common and can be treated with NMT. This therapy uses quasi-static pressure applied to soft tissue to stimulate skeletal muscle. Through knowledge of trigger points, NMT addresses postural distortion (poor posture), nerve compression, and ischemia (lack of blood flow).
Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage
Form of Swedish massage, but the deeper pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons and fascia (protective layer surrounding muscle, bones, and joints). The technique is aimed at stripping away adhesions in the connective tissue using slow sustained, deep pressure.