This popular massage technique integrates relaxing and deep tissue massage with beautiful, smooth handpicked stones from the shores of Lake Superior. I use the stones as massage tools, extension's of my hands so I can work more deeply and effectively. The stones are oftentimes placed along the spine as I'm treating other aspects of the body. Stones are scrubbed and sterilized before every session.
$10/ 30 min add on.
This is a gentle form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum. The goal is to release compression in those areas which alleviates stress and pain. Good for migraines, whiplash, and other conditions.
A gentle blend of stretching and massage that eases pressure and tightness of connective tissue or fascia surrounding the muscles.
Therapeutic massage for injuries and chronic neck, shoulder and back pain relief management with the focus on the whole body and emphasis on restoring a pain-free range of motion and integrating complete structural balance.
Locates and deactivates "trigger points," which are often the “hot spots” or tender areas of the body. This is more of a therapeutic massage that reduces spasm and tension which induces new blood flow, enhancing oxygen supply to the affected area. The muscles then are gently stretched to complete the relaxation process.
Focuses on lengthening and realigning the deep layers of adhered Connective Tissue. Slow and deep vertical pressure with fingertips, palms and elbows. Resolves chronic tension, scar tissue restrictions and can progressively help to realign musculoskeletal deviations.
This general relaxation massage technique improves range of motion, and decreases stress. Effective for almost any condition, but especially to improve blood circulation and relieve muscle tension and back or neck pain.
Long flowing strokes over the entire body. It helps release the stresses of everyday life and bring you deep relaxation and a sense of wholeness.
This intense Hawaiian relaxation massage is given in fluid, rhythmic motions using the forearms, elbows and hands. Some people have described this as feeling like gentle waves moving over the body. Another feature is that different parts of the body may be massaged at the same time.
This is a mix of therapeutic and relaxation massage involving passive yoga stretches and acupressure point therapy. Muscle compression, joint mobilization. It helps to relax and energize the body. No oil is used and you remain fully dressed.
The upper body relaxation massage focuses on neck, back, shoulders and arms. Given in a ergonomic massage chair with you fully clothed.
FDA approved: Acuscope (for nerve issues such as cramps or spasms) and Myopulse (for muscular issues) instruments are used for 30-90 minutes with a saline gel and two smooth metallic probes on the area being treated. Detects inflamed tissues and adjusts to produce a balancing effect reducing inflammation and promoting self-repair. This is often used to treat headaches and anxiety. For more, read...