Massage Therapy - Massage Menu
Deep Tissue Massage
- ½ Hour - $50
- 1 Hour - $85
- 1½ Hour - $115
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Releases the chronic patterns of tension in the body through deep pressure on contracted areas through muscles, tendons and fascia. Useful for specific or full-body.
Shiatsu and Acupressure
Oriental-based systems of pressure massage which treat special points along acupuncture “meridians”. Blocked energy along these meridians can cause physical discomfort. The aim is to release these blocks and re-balance the energy flow.
Trigger Point Therapy
Myotherapy or Neuromuscular Therapy applies concentrated pressure to “trigger points” painful irritated areas in muscles in order to break the cycle of spasm and pain.
Sports Massage Therapy
Sports Massage is therapy that is usually the on-going of scheduled sessions designed to help the athlete reach optimal performance. Our event massage follows the athlete and/or team from the before, during and after competition with preparation, performance and recovery. We highly suggest that anyone doing any sports should have massage at the very least once a month.
Used primarily for full-body sessions, it promotes general relaxation, improves circulation and range of motion, and relieves muscle tension. Most often all modalities of massage are used depending on the needs of the individual.
A technique for locating and correcting cerebral and spinal imbalances or blockages that may cause sensory, and motor dysfunction. This very subtle treatment has major effects on the body.
Ice Friction Therapy
Our massage therapy team has advanced training for treating injuries with ice friction therapy. This treatment is somewhat painful, but recovery time from an injury is reduced dramatically. Common injuries include: tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, whiplash, sprained ankle, rotator cuff tendonitis to name a few.
Activated Isolated Stretching (AIS)
Active Isolated Stretching centers on physiological principles of specific muscle lengthening, increased circulation and oxygen to the tissues, lengthening of the superficial and deep fascia.
On-Site Chair Massage
On-Site office massage offers a unique stress reduction service on-site, for clients in the workplace. Massage therapists will come to your place of work and give a short 10-15 minute massage to you and your colleagues. Clothing changes are not required. There are several company benefits relating to the “in-chair” massage techniques. Some of these include stress reduction, improved employee morale, and decreased absenteeism, which establishes greater employee relations. In general, the “in-chair” massage reduces muscle tension and pain, thus increasing overall mental clarity and body awareness.
Massage Therapy is a safe and noninvasive approach to a variety of conditions, such as anxiety and depression. Aging involved common physiological and psychological changes to the body that affects digestion, vision, balance, mobility, and mood, among others. Pain reduction has a positive effect on a host of conditions as above and massage therapy is a preference for the older adults.
A study that illustrates the value of qualitative research captured the experiences of people with cancer who received massage therapy. It found that massage generated physical well-being and mental relaxation, as well as feelings of freedom and liberation from illness and felt strengthened in some way. The power of touch is so important at this stage of their life.
The Healing and Wellness Center
Open 7 days a week
Call (603) 926-8450 for appointment