Massage and Bodywork are the oldest forms of
healing known to man. Nurturing touch is
essential to our healthy development,
ongoing wellness, and survival. It can be
defined as any manual (touch) therapy that
manipulates the soft tissues of the body to
restore, invigorate, and promote optimal
wellness and healing to the entire body. In
the spirit of that tradition and in keeping
with those intentions, we offer the
following styles of massage and bodywork for
your healing needs:
known for its soft flowing strokes, light to
vigorous tapping, kneading, stretching, and
pressures aims to revitalize the soft
tissues and joints of the body and bathe the
you in sensations of delight and relaxation.
It helps relieve sore and tight muscles.
Deep Tissue and Trigger Point Massage:
is used to target and treat muscular knots
(Trigger Points), inflammation, scar tissue,
and adhesions and is specifically designed
to release deep muscular, tendon, and
fascial tensions. Pressures are generally
deeper, work across the fibers of muscle
rather than along them, and may cause
initial discomfort before the relief of
tension is felt. Very therapeutic!
is defined as medically necessary massage
and is usually prescribed by a treating
physician or healthcare provider to treat a
specific condition. Overall, medical massage
is a noninvasive therapy that produces
beneficial health results to those
experiencing numerous health-related
illnesses and injuries.
is geared toward participants in athletics.
It is used to help prevent injuries, to
prepare the body for athletic activity and
maintain it in optimal condition, and to
help athletes recover from workouts and
injuries. This is an invaluable therapy for
the weekend enthusiast or seasoned
designed to meet the unique needs of the
pregnant woman. The results include;
improved circulation, enhanced overall body
tone, smoother functioning of joints and
muscles, easing of mental and physical
fatigue, a general relaxed feeling and an
overall sense of wellbeing.
Therapy: is an
innovative whole body therapy whereby
hands-on touch is used to promote healing,
relieve pain, and realign postural
imbalances through gentle, slow stretches
deep into the connective tissue system.