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Swedish Massage

For optimal relaxation! The use of varied pressure with a Swedish massage releases muscular tension, improves circulation, lowers stress levels and produces an overall sense of well-being.

Deep Tissue​

Deep tissue massage is effective because of its technique – slower, stronger, more focused massage that stimulates deeper into muscles. Individuals who expose their bodies to intensive daily conditioning and activity will benefit from this technique. Deep tissue massage will noticeably loosen muscles, alleviate pain, and increase mobility. Sufferers of chronic pain, fibromyalgia, edema, muscle cramping, and repetative use injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome may find significant relief from deep tissue massage.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is a detailed focused, anatomically specific massage that targets and corrects your unique physical issues. We use a synergistic mix of Swedish, Clinical Neuromuscular, Deep Tissue, and much more. Whether you are a professional athlete nursing a chronic injury, a weekend warrior sore from overdoing it, or a mom with back pain from toting a toddler, Sports Massage can help you.

Hot Stone Massage

The benefits of therapeutic massage combined with the soothing elements of heated stones can offer you the ultimate in centering, nurturing and healing. Stone massage can be especially helpful for people with fibromyalgia, arthritis and those recovering from a variety of injuries.


A gentle form of swedish massage specially attuned to the needs of the soon-to-be mom is a great choice. Pregnancy can be a time of discomfort. Weight gain causes postural changes which compresses the lumbar spine. There is also added strain on muscle and joints. Prenatal massage can have an excellent impact on helping to relieve low back pain, as well as aches and pains in the legs and hips creating a healthier pregnancy. 


A therapeutic treatment that aims to re-balance the body through the stimulation of specific reflex points on the feet.  During a reflexology treatment the therapist can establish which parts of the body are out of balance. Treatment can then be directed to correct these imbalances, triggering the body’s own healing mechanisms and thus allowing it to restore its own balance.

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