|Swedish “Traditional” Massage – $60 for 60 minutes; $90 for 90 minutes; $120 for 120 minutes
Swedish Massage is a lighter, relaxation massage that is perfect for stress relief, those with myofasciitis, or anyone who wants to feel relaxed during a massage. It increases blood circulation while it decreases high blood pressure and works the surface muscles gently without causing pain during the massage. Swedish massage uses five styles of strokes. The five basic strokes are effleurage (sliding or gliding), petrissage (kneading), tapotement (rhythmic tapping), friction (cross fiber or with the fibers) and vibration/shaking.
|Deep Tissue Massage – $60 for 60 minutes; $90 for 90 minutes; $120 for 120 minutes
Deep Tissue Massage is designed to reach deeper layers of muscles that cause chronic pain. It’s perfect for people who suffer from headaches, upper back, neck and shoulder pain, lower back pain, restless leg syndrome, IT band pain from running, and a whole host of other ailments. Passive stretching may be incorporated during the massage along with trigger point and pressure point therapy. Yes, it can be painful at times, but it is never done beyond the pain-comfort level of each client.
|Hot Stone Therapy – $70 for 60 minutes; $100 for 90 minutes; $130 for 120 minutes
Hot Stone Massage incorporates the soothing and relaxing heat from smooth basalt stones into your favorite massage modality. The heat from the stones will enhance the relaxing, stress relief benefits of Swedish Massage. The heat will also provide relaxation during a Deep Tissue Massage while assisting to breakup muscle adhesions (knots) and provide faster relief from muscle tension. There is an extra $15 fee for Hot Stone Therapy per massage.
|Aromatherapy – Free upon request
Aromatherapy is the practice of using the natural oils extracted from flowers, bark, stems, leaves, roots or other parts of a plant to enhance psychological and physical well-being.
The best part is, I provide it for free upon request!
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