Therapeutic Massage

We provide a 30, 60 or 90 minute session that is customized, not only to each client, but to your needs for each session. If all you need is to destress and relax, we can do that. If you have more specific issues, such as reduced range of motion or tension, we can address that.

30 Minute: $45 / 60 Minute: $75 / 90 Minute: $110

Package Series & Memberships Available

Specialty Massage

These specialized sessions are 30 minutes in duration, focus on specific areas or techniques, and are typically preformed while the client is fully clothed.

(Clothing is moved, if needed, exposing only the area being worked on. If client is wearing restrictive clothing some disrobing may be required.)

30 Minute Specialty Massage: $40

Package Series Available



This Signature specialty massage focuses on the hands, wrist, forearms and feet. (The areas most of us use excessively, every day, in our work and play.) If you do not have the time for a full body 60 or 90 minute massage, this session can be surprisingly effective at restoring your energy and releasing tension.



This specialized session focuses on the abdominal region to address issues such as bloating, constipation, gas and other related issues. Massage is an excellent, natural alternative to medications typically used to treat these symptoms.



This technique focuses on the hands and feet where the nerve endings are located. Applying pressure to specific zones within the hands and feet can help with a variety of ailments.


TMJD Massage

This specialized session focuses on the muscles, both external and inter-oral, that may be the cause of TMJD symptoms. (Temporomandibular joint dysfunction sometimes referred to as "lock jaw".) TMJD symptoms include, but are not limited to, pain or tenderness in the jaw or near the ear, difficulty or pain while chewing, and/or locking of the jaw (Difficulty opening or closing jaw. Sometimes with a clicking sound.)


What are the benefits of massage?

There are both physical and emotional benefits to massage therapy. Many doctors recommend it and incorporate it into their overall treatment plan for their patients. Some benefits include...

  • Increased circulation.
  • Relieves stress, anxiety, and depression.
  • Breaks up tissue adhesion.
  • May be helpful for headaches, digestive disorders, fibromyalgia, and more...

What are the risks of massage?

Massage therapy has very few risks when performed by a properly trained and licensed therapist. However, there are some medical conditions or situations that are contraindicated for massage or may require your doctor's permission. Some of the most common general contraindications are the flu, common cold, fever, uncontrolled or severe unstable hypertension, bleeding disorders or taking blood thinners.

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