TYPES OF MASSAGE

All of our messages are tailored to your individual needs. We offer a variety of massage types, at no additional cost, such as; Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Sports Therapy, Cranial Sacral, and Prenatal. Your therapist will adjust the pressure and technique to give you the best massage. 

 

SWEDISH

The primary goal of Swedish massage is to relax the whole body. Techniques include long strokes, circular pressure applied by the hands and palms, and firm kneading.

 

DEEP TISSUE

This technique is similar to Swedish, but uses deeper pressure to release muscle tension, which causes chronic pain.

 

TRIGGER POINT

This massage utilizes cycles of isolated pressure and release. You participate in deep breathing exercises while the therapist focuses on the area of discomfort. This is not recommended for guests who are wanting a relaxing experience.

 

SPORTS THERAPY

This targets the area where muscles connect to tendons. This is for athletes of all types.

 

CRANIAL SACRAL

This therapeutic touch is administered to the head, neck, and other troublesome areas to increase the exchange of cerebrospinal fluid.

 

PRENATAL

Our tables have a removable section to make it more comfortable for pregnant women, and all of our massage therapists are trained in prenatal bodywork. This is not recommended for women in their first trimester.

 

BENEFITS OF MASSAGE

 

WELLNESS/RELAXATION

Our signature massage service will leave you feeling relaxed and renewed. A variety of comfort-based pressure levels are used during your session, and your massage therapist will ensure that you are comfortable throughout the entire service. Similar to the modality known as “Swedish massage”, your session will also include a variety of massage techniques that can result in deep relaxation and a feeling of well-being. We recommend a relaxing Swedish massage for guests that have never received a message.

 

PAIN MANAGEMENT

Relief from pain is the most common reason people seek massage. Your massage therapist will integrate a variety of methods, which may include a variety of pressure levels from light to deep. This targets the restoration of normal blood and lymphatic movement, normalizing connective tissue pliability to reduce stiffness. It also reduces trigger point activity and quiets the nervous system.

AFTER CARE

Please be aware that after a massage some bodily discomfort, muscular tenderness, and reddening of the skin, as well as other normal body responses associated with touch therapy may occur. It is recommended to drink plenty of water after a massage to rehydrate and help flush out your system.