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Descriptions of Services

  • Back in Balance Combo Massage: This combination massage gives the therapist enough time to cover the entire body. The massage will use a combination of Swedish techniques for overall relaxation, and Deep Tissue techniques to focus on specific areas of soreness to alleviate pain. This a great massage if you are active or have some areas of chronic pain, but would also like the full body relaxation of a Swedish massage.

  • Swedish Massage: This traditional European massage encompasses the entire body. It is designed to relax the body while increasing circulation and invigorating and energizing the mind and spirit. This is a great massage to increase circulation and bring you to a deep level of relaxation.

  • Deep Tissue Massage: This traditional therapeutic massage focuses on particular areas of pain for the client. It is generally not a full body massage, as the therapist will focus on the needs of each particular client. It is designed to loosen up muscles and connective tissue by using a deeper pressure on specific areas of pain or discomfort. This is a wonderful massage if you have chronic areas of pain or if you are in pain from sports or activity. The pressure does tend to be a bit more than your average Swedish massage, as your therapist will be affecting deeper layers of tissue.

  • Sports Massage: This energizing massage integrates Deep Tissue techniques to loosen up muscles and connective tissue in conjunction with a variety of deep stretches. This is a great massage for active individuals and can be beneficial both before and after physical activity. This is a great treatment if you are physically active and want to increase your performance and flexibility, while still receiving the benefits of relaxation and increased circulation of a Swedish massage.

  • Esalen Massage: This relaxing technique uses strokes that synchronize with the music that is playing to maintain deep relaxation. This massage does integrate energy work, and is meant for you to leave feeling both deeply relaxed and mentally energized. If you like receiving Swedish massages, but want to try something new, this is the massage for you. Esalen massage will bring you to a deep level of relaxation. Your therapist will use a variety of Swedish strokes, but will also bring more a flow into the massage. It is not broken up part by part like a normal massage, so all of the strokes flow together to leave you feeling energetically balanced as well.

  • Cranialsacral: Craniosacral therapy is a holistic healing practice that uses very light touching of the skull and sacrum to balance the craniosacral system in the body, which includes the bones, nerves, fluids, and connective tissues of the cranium and spinal area. Craniosacral therapists can most easily feel the CSR in the body by lightly touching the base of the skull or the sacrum. During a session, they feel for disturbances in the rate, amplitude, symmetry, and quality of flow of the CSR. A therapist uses gentle touch to assess and balance the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid. Once the cerebrospinal fluid moves freely, the body's natural healing responses can function.

  • Reiki: Reiki is a form of energy therapy that uses simple hands-on and visualization techniques, with the goal of improving the flow of life energy in a person. Reiki practitioners are trained to balance the client’s energy flow on the physical, emotional, and spiritual level. Reiki therapy is used to reduce stress, stimulate the immune system, increase energy, and relieve the pain and symptoms of health conditions. Practitioners have reported success in helping patients with acute and chronic illnesses, from asthma and arthritis to trauma and recovery from surgery. Reiki is a gentle and safe technique, and has been found to be very calming and relaxing.

  • Reflexology: Reflexology is a therapeutic method of relieving pain and discomfort by stimulating pressure points on the feet which reflect areas of the body. This controlled pressure quells the sensation of pain and can alleviate the source of the discomfort. By means of this touching therapy, any part of the body that is the source of pain, illness, or potential debility can be strengthened through the application of pressure at the respective foot or hand location. Reflexology is also as effective for promoting good health and for preventing illness as it is for relieving symptoms of stress, injury, and illness.