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30 min $50
1 hour $75
90 min $100
2 hour $125
Hot stone adds $25 to any massage treatment
30 min $50
1 hour $75
1 hour $85
add on to any length massage $15
30 min $40
New Client intake and first treatment $108
Auricular Therapy $45
Light smooth strokes designed to promote relaxation and stress relief by increasing circulation and promoting blood flow through out the body.
Deep-Tissue / Rehabilitative:
Assessing injuries based on range of motion, pain sites, and muscle tension; the therapist can affect the injured area using a combination of techniques designed to get deep into the muscle belly and promote healing by breaking up scar tissue, lengthening the muscle, and increasing blood flow.
Thai Yoga Massage:
Traditionally done on a mat on the floor, this fully clothed modality focuses on the opening of the 7 chakras by using finger pressure, rocking, palm pressure, movement and assisted stretching.
Traditionally done on a mat on the floor, this fully clothed modality is based from the Japanese culture and utilizes traditional chinese medicine to asses and treat a client. We will look at any internal issues you may have as well as external discomfort to create a full assessment and help bring you back to balance.
Hot Stone Therapy:
For those who just want to melt. Our therapists strategically place heated Basalt stones upon the body then allow them to dissolve any stress as they are used to glide effortlessly across the body.
A clinical approach to essential oil application; Utilizing 8 different CPTG essential oils chosen specifically for their scientific properties this therapy enhances the client's ability to manage stress, support immunity, decrease inflammation, and encourage homeostasis within the body.
Acupuncture: The use of a very fine needle on specific points on the body.
Auricular Therapy: The stimulation of specific points on the ears by means of an acupuncture needle or ear press beads.
Acupressure: The application of pressure to specific acupuncture points.
Chinese Herbal Medicine: Herbs chosen and formulated according to TCM theory. Chinese Herbal Medicine uses a Materia Medica, similar to the Physicians Desk Refernce, which has been developed over the past two millennia.
Cupping: The introduction of heat to a special jar to create a vacuum like affect on the skin.
Electro Stimulation: The use of an electro stimulator in conjunction with acupuncture needles to create a constant electric stimulation to the acupuncture points.
Moxibustion: The use of heat to stimulate acupuncture points.