60$ for your first 60, 75$ for your first 90 and 100$ for your first 120 min session. This is a one time offer any appointment's after is full price
For every person you refer, receive 25% off your next session, these can be combined! Must be booked through us not third part IE Groupon.
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Single Triple Five Ten (60:00)
$100 $285 $450 $850
Single Triple Five Ten (90:00)
$130 $375 $600 $1150
Single Triple Five Ten (120:00)
$160 $465 $750 $1450
Please note: We have a strict, two strike 12- hour cancellation policy, No call/no shows will forfeit session! Please allow a flex of 10- 15 minutes just in case it's an especially busy day. Also make sure to leave 30 minutes after sometimes knots are discovered that you might want to have taken care of :)
A wonderful ancient technique has found its place in the modern world of healing.Â Cupping Therapy is based on the common practice of Chinese cupping therapy, and the incredible results that this simple treatment produces have truly impressed those who experience its subtle power.Â By creating suction and negative pressure, Cupping Therapy is used to soften tight muscles and tone attachments, loosen adhesions and lift connective tissue, bring hydration and blood flow to body tissues, and drain excess fluids and toxins by opening lymphatic pathways.Â Cupping Therapy is versatile and can easily be modified to accomplish a range of techniques, from lymphatic drainage to deep tissue release. This complements many health modalities ranging from spa treatments to medical massage and physical therapy.Â It wakes the body up and makes it feel invigorated, at the same time producing a profound level of healing through nervous system sedation.Â It stimulates the skin by increasing circulation while separating fused tissue layers and draining lymph to promote a smooth appearance and healthy glow.Â It works deeper by loosening adhesions, facilitating the muscles to operate more independently and stimulating healthy elimination of accumulated debris in the tissues, organs and systems.
Orthopedic massage is a style of massage therapy focused on treating painful conditions that affect the soft tissues of the body. Because orthopedic massage is designed to treat medical conditions, it requires extensive training. It involves releasing tense muscles,Â stretching and lengthening tight muscles and tendons, and decompressing rigid joints. My goal is to restore full health to the soft tissues of your body, both treating your specific conditions as well as improving your overall well-being.
Functional Range Release technique, or FRÂ® Release is an advanced, and comprehensive system of musculoskeletal assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation utilized by leading manual medical practitioners and therapists around the world including Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Registered/Licensed Massage Therapists, Registered Nurses, Osteopaths, Athletic Trainers, Medical Doctors, etc.
Unlike many manual therapy systems which are created based on trial and error and passed down over the years, FRÂ® Release was created out of the most current scientific literature. It therefore represents a cohesive system of manual care using the best evidence, and most effective strategies currently availableÂ to assess, diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate musculoskeletal disorders, pain, and movement dysfunction.
Injury type taping is to aid in the recovery phase as well as integration phases of health. Sport-specific taping addresses certain patterns in order to increase overall dexterity and power output in the movements requested.
Gua ShaÂ is a healing technique used in Asia by practitioners of Traditional Medicine, in both the clinical setting and in homes, but little known in the West. It involves palpation and cutaneous stimulation where the skin is pressured, in strokes, by a round-edged instrument; that results in the appearance of small red petechiae called 'sha', that will fade in 2 to 3 days.Raising Sha removes blood stagnation considered pathogenic, promoting normal circulation and metabolic processes.
Neuromuscular therapy is a system of massage techniques that were developed in the 1930s in EnglandÂ by Dr. Stanley Lief. It uses a holistic approach towards healing, emphasizing and stimulating the body's natural ability to heal itself. Neuromuscular therapy also enhances the function of joints and muscles and accelerates the overall healing process by facilitating the release of endorphins.
Deep Tissue Massage is a form of bodywork that aims to relieve tension in the deeper layers of tissue in the body. Deep Tissue Massage is a highly effective method for releasing chronic stress areas due to misalignment, repetitive motions, and pastÂ lingeringÂ injuries. Due to the nature of deep tissue work, open communication during the session is crucial to make sure you don't get too uncomfortable. Keep in mind that soreness is pretty common after the treatment, and that plenty of water should be ingested to aid with the flushing and removal of toxins that will have been released from the deep tissue during the session.
Movement education uses a custom-tailored approach to improving your body awareness and movement skills. Combining problem solving, guided discovery, and exploratory methods, this practice inevitably leads to a stronger connection between the mind and body, creating a more natural and graceful experience of movement and interaction with other people.
Trigger Point Therapy is a style of bodywork that focuses on stimulating and releasing "trigger points" inÂ the body. Trigger points are tender areas of tension similar to acupressure points, except they occur in the belly of the muscle rather than along the energy pathways of the body. These "knots" are built up throughout a person's lifetime due to physical, mental, and/or emotional stress. During a session, focused pressure is applied through a variety of techniques order to release trigger points. This process can be quite painful at times,Â but the effects are lasting and profoundly transformative.
Myofascial massage is a technique used to treat injuries and discomfort, reducing pain and increasing range of motion. Myofascial massage differs from other types of massage in that it targets the fascia - the membrane surrounding muscles - rather than the muscles themselves. Since fascia completely encases every muscle in the body, imbalances in the fascia can have serious effects on your range of motion and comfort level. While other forms of massage can overlook the fascia, myofascial massage focuses specifically on releasing tension in this important membrane.
Acupressure is based on one ofÂ the most ancient principles of healing - that simply touching a specific point on the body will release stress and improve health in the body. In an acupressure session, I apply firm pressure directly to these "points" on your body, which relieves your muscle tension and improves your circulation. This simple and powerful technique has been shown to be very effective in treating headaches, backaches, and even insomnia.
Thai massage is more energizing and rigorous than most other forms of massage therapy. It's also called Thai Yoga massage, because I use my hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like postures and stretches. My clients say Thai massage is like doing yoga without doing any of the work. No oil is applied, so you are fully dressed during the session. A single Thai massage session will help you release stress and relieve pain, and help you function more effectively at work and home.
Developed in the former Soviet Union, Russian Massage is considered to be one of the most non-invasive and relaxing forms of massage therapy. Combining aspects of both therapeutic and sports massage, it uses a variety of specific techniques to release stress and enhance circulation. As with all forms of massage therapy, open communication during the session is encouraged to make sure you are enjoying the experience as much as possible.
Your body stores stress in specific areas called pressure points. Pressure points are small painful pockets of energy that are located along a nerve pathway in your body. These pressure points actually block the nerve energy from flowing, causing a variety of discomforts and illnesses. In our session, I apply pressure to these specific points and dissolve them, releasing any blockages and restoring your nerve pathways to optimal health and function.
Energy work is based on the belief that everyone has a "life force", and that the body needs to sustain its balance for optimum health. Anytime you experience emotional or physical illness, it indicates that your life force has simply become unbalanced. I work directly with your energy field to restore balance and flow to your entire system. And once your energy field has been restored to full health, your body will follow.