“Because of your smile, you make life more beautiful.”
— Thich Nhat Hahn

Massage Pricing

The prices listed below are valid when paying on the same day of service.

The times listed are the actual length of the massage.

$40 (30min)

$80 (60min)

$120 (90min)

$160 (120min)

Deep Tissue * Swedish

Sports * Therapeutic

Trager * Thai Massage

Intra-Oral * Myofascial

Prenatal * Reiki

Massage Wellness Series:

Pay For A Block Of Six Hours And Save $10 per Hour!

Six Hour Massage Series: $420 = ($70/hour)

Flexibility!
Divide your six hours as you wish according to our service times.

Share it!
Your series may be shared with family or friends.

Gift It!
A package owner may also convert package hours into gift certificates to give away at their leisure. However, this conversion can only be done in person.


We do not accept Spa Week gift cards or other gift certificates as payment for our Massage Series.


What are your massage goals?

For Pain Relief or Pain Management, we suggest:

 Therapeutic Massage * Myofascial Release * Deep Tissue Massage

Thai Massage * Trager * Intra-Oral Massage

 

For Restoring Performance or Range of Motion, we suggest:

 Sports Massage * Trager * Myofascial Release

Thai Massage * Deep Tissue Massage

For Stress Reduction, Relaxation, and Emotional Rejuvination, we suggest:

Swedish Massage * Thai Massage * Trager

Hot Stone Massage * Reiki


Massage Add Ons: 

The following treatments are a wonderful addition to a massage session.

 

Hot Stone Massage: $15

Add hot stones to enhance your relaxation experience. Warm basalt stones are used to massage away tension and placed on the body to help you feel grounded and centered.

Emu Oil: $10

Massage with pure, organic, Emu oil.

Cranial Release Technique (CRT): $10

This natural hands-on approach works to restore proper function of the nervous system and proper balance to body structure. It can be applied in only one minute, yet it can have profound effects on overall health and well-being.

Aromatherapy: Complimentary

100% therapeutic essential oils are a wonderful massage enhancement and can prolong the therapeutic effects of massage therapy. Choose from one of our single notes or synergistic blends to be applied to your feet, which are then wrapped in hot towels to help soothe your soles. 

Available Single Notes:

Eucalyptus, Lavender, Peppermint

Available Blends:

Joy: A combination of bergamot and ylang ylang that calms and uplifts while encouraging motivation, strength, and enthusiasm.

Serenity: A combination of ho wood, lavender, rose geranium, and sandalwood that helps put people at ease, keeping them calm and centered. It is a great blend for anyone that might be nervous about receiving their first massage, as it eases anxiety.

No Scents: complimentary

We always ask before using any essential oil, but check this box when booking online to reinforce this preference.

No Chit-Chat: Complimentary

Enough Said. Check this option when booking online when a nice quiet hour of massage is what you need to relax.


Choose your Music Playlist!

Blues - Celtic - Classical - Massage Medley - Nature Sounds - New Age - Oldies (50's, 60's & 70's) - Spanish Guitar - World Music.


Service Descriptions

Services and session times vary per Therapist.

 

Deep Tissue Massage:

Used for: Pain Relief, Pain Management, Restoring Range of Motion, and Restoring Performance.

Designed to remove severe tension, deep tissue massage is a technique used to relieve tight muscles below the surface. The practitioner may use his or her elbows and forearms to apply deeper pressure in order to get below the superficial muscles in the body, providing relief from pain. Some people actually find deep tissue massage to be very relaxing. Back to top.

 

Hot Stone Massage:

Used for: Relaxation, and Stress Reduction.

Smooth basalt stones are heated and then used to massage away stress. The therapeutic effects of heat are applied as the therapist uses the stones as an extension of her hands. The heated stones induce a deep relaxation and provide a unique experience many find to be tremendously calming and centering. Back to top.

 

Intra-Oral Massage:

Used for: Pain Relief, Pain Management.

Intra-Oral massage is a manual therapy technique applied to the muscles inside and outside of the mouth. Non-latex gloves are worn by the practitioner when work is performed inside the mouth. This treatment can be effective for people with TMJ disfunction, jaw tension, headaches, tinnitus, muscle strains from dental procedures, and other head and neck ailments. Intra-oral massage can be intense, but is not necessarily painful. Back to top.

 

Myofascial Release:

Used for: Pain Relief, Pain Management, Restoring Range of Motion, Restoring Performance, and Scar Tissue Reduction.

Myofascial Release uses specific techniques to stretch and break up, or remove, restrictions in the body's connective tissues (fascia). It can help your body heal properly from injuries, restore range of motion, and break up scar tissue. It is a very gentle and slow technique. This work is best for focused areas since it is not possible to use this technique for full body work within a 60 or 90 minute time frame. Many people fall asleep while receiving this work, waking to a more balanced body structure. Back to top.

 

Prenatal Massage:

Used for: Relaxation, Stress Reduction, and to Ease Discomfort.

Pregnancy massage focuses on addressing the special needs of expecting women. Pillows and side-lying postures are used to prevent putting pressure on the abdomen. You must be past the first trimester and having a healthy pregnancy to receive massage. Back to top.

 

Reiki:

Used for: Relaxation, and Stress Reduction.

Reiki is a technique commonly called palm or hands on healing. Through the use of this healing method, practitioners transfer universal energy (i.e., reiki) in the form of qi (Japanese: ki) through the palms, which they believe allows for self-healing and a state of equilibrium. Back to top.

 

Sports Massage:

Used for: Restoring Range of Motion, Restoring Performance, and Decreased Recovery Times.

Sports massage uses a variety of massage techniques such as stretches, range of motion, soft tissue release, etc., all of which are designed to help restore your body's agility and strength. Recovery time between workouts is decreased and performance is increased with the help of this treatment. It is particularly great for those with active lifestyles. Back to top.

 

Swedish Massage:

Used for: Relaxation, and Stress Reduction.

Massage oil or lotion is applied with smooth, gliding strokes. Swedish massage uses firm but gentle pressure to promote relaxation, ease muscle tension and create many other health benefits such as increased circulation, decreased anxiety, improved sleep, etc. It is a classic massage that will ease your stress and allow you to slip into a calm state of relaxation. Back to top.

 

Thai Massage, (Thai Yoga Massage):

Used for: Pain Relief, Pain Management, Restoring Range of Motion, Restoring Performance, Relaxation, and Wellness.

Thai yoga massage is a full-body massage performed on a floor mat, with both parties in loose comfortable clothes. The practitioner uses his or her hands, feet, arms, and legs to guide the recipient into various yoga postures. This style incorporates rhythmic motion, compression, gentle stretching, and the conscious use of breath to promote balance and relaxation throughout the body. Back to top.

 

Therapeutic Massage:

Used for: Pain Relief or Pain Management.

Therapeutic massage is best applied when treating injuries and compensation patterns. It can involve many different techniques and is focused on treating the problem rather than the symptom. It is not uncommon for an entire session to be spent on one region of the body. Some discomfort may be experienced during treatment, but the practitioner will work within your level of pain tolerance. Back to top.

 

Trager Approach:

Used for: Pain Relief, Pain Management, Restoring Range of Motion, Restoring Performance, Relaxation, and Wellness.

The Trager Approach is a gentle form of bodywork that uses movement instead of pressure to bring about change in the body. It makes use of the body’s natural movements to change a muscle’s tone while exerting the least amount of force possible. Trager also treats most areas indirectly by working on surrounding joints and fascial lines, along with providing stimulation to the muscle group itself.

Because of its principles of gentleness and ease, the Trager Approach is able to more profoundly shift the body’s habitual patterns than many other kinds of bodywork. After a Trager session people feel a deep sense of calm and relaxation, and they find that calm radiating outwards to affect their movements as well as the way they experience their bodies. Back to top.