Why Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is a treatment approach which is growing in demand and popularity. It was once considered an alternative or fringe approach, but it is now becoming much more mainstream. More importantly, now that massage therapy is considered a mainstream treatment option, many insurance companies provide coverage for treatment sessions. This form of therapy involves hands-on techniques to increase circulation, relieve tension, reduce stress, relieve anxiety, improve sleep, and promote relaxation throughout the entire body, as well as many other benefits. The body’s soft tissue areas include the muscles, tendons, connective tissue, etc. If someone is tense and in need of a release, or they have been injured and have extensive muscle and/or nerve tissue damage that plagues their body, massage therapy might be worth exploring. 

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Massage Therapy

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Therapeutic Massage

30 Minutes $40.00
60 Minutes $65.00
90 Minutes $105.00

Therapeutic massage is a general term that describes any type of massage modality that helps relieve pain, reduce stress, and work on a specific problem—such as a frozen shoulder.

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Relaxation Massage

30 Minutes $40.00
60 Minutes $65.00
90 Minutes $105.00

Swedish massage uses firm but gentle pressure to promote relaxation, ease muscle tension and create other health benefits. It is a classic massage that will ease your stress and allow you to slip into a calm state of relaxation.

Sinus Massage

20 Minutes $30.00

 add-on to a massage for $20.00
Using hot towels and essential oils

Between nasal congestion and discharge, facial pain, fullness, pressure, and headaches, sinus pain can make you feel pretty lousy.

Sinus pain and congestion are usually caused by seasonal allergies or the common cold. Some people, however, experience repeated bouts of sinus pain and congestion due to:

  • abnormal tissue growth inside the nose, called nasal polyps

  • an uneven wall of tissue between the nostrils, known as a deviated septum

  • another illness

This type of nasal congestion (where one experiences repeated or lengthy episodes) is called chronic sinusitis. It affects nearly 30 million Americans Trusted Source

Over-the-counter and prescription medication are typically used for relieving sinus discomfort. However, if you want to try something different, you might consider sinus massage.

Massage helps promote drainage from the sinuses and ease congestion. And all you need for this home remedy are your fingers.

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Foot Massage with foot scrub (Focus on Reflexology)

30 Minutes $40.00

add-on to a massage for $30.00

Using hot towels and essential oils
 

Our feet, which bear the weight of the whole body, allow locomotion and do a lot of work. Still, they are the least pampered part of the body. To pamper your feet and keep them strong and flexible, a daily foot massage for a few minutes is good option.

A regular foot massage along with reflexology helps in promoting physiological as well as physical health.

  • Improves blood circulation

  • Helps in relaxation

  • Promotes better sleep

  • Relieves body pains

  • Improves mood and fights depression

  • Makes feet healthier

  • Alleviates swelling (edema)
     

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Stomach Massage

30 Minutes $30.00

Using hot towels and essential oils
 

According to the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), massage therapy can have a positive effect on the physical, mental, and social well-being of people. It’s thought to improve overall health and wellness.

  • aid in weight loss

  • encourage relaxation

  • tone and strengthen the abdominal muscles

  • release physical and emotional tension

  • release muscle spasms

  • increase blood flow to the abdomen

  • benefit abdominal organs

  • relieving menstrual pain and cramping

  • Reduce bloating

  • Improve digestive function

  • Relieve constipation

Chair Massage

$1.00 Per Minute
Ask about company parties.

Chair Massage is performed in a specially designed chair with your clothes on. It is excellent for relaxation and more, depending on the technique(s) used by your massage therapist.

Aromatouch

Each essential oil in the AromaTouch Technique was selected for its individual aromatic properties, and for their powerful aromatic properties when combined. The AromaTouch Technique uses specific guidelines and instructions for both dosage and application that make it a safe and effective way to receive the full benefits of essential oils. The AromaTouch Technique is gentle and can be adapted to accommodate young or sensitive skin so that anyone can benefit without the worry of overwhelming the body.

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Symphony of the Cells

Symphony of the Cells™ was created as a method of helping people understand that the body needs to be balanced physically, emotionally and spiritually. Each hands-on Symphony of the Cells™ training will help aid in the understanding of the natural progression of the illness.

Symphony of Cells Full Treatment

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$20.00 Per session = $120.00
3x per week for 2 weeks

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$40.00

Sports massage uses a variety of massage techniques designed to help your body feel freer and stronger. It is particularly great for those with active lifestyles. Great before or after a sporting event to help warm up and cool down the muscles.

 Reflexology Massage

30 Minutes $40.00
 

Symphony of the Cells™ was created as a method of helping people understand that the body needs to be balanced physically, emotionally and spiritually. Each hands-on Symphony of the Cells™ training will help aid in the understanding of the natural progression of the illness.

Sports Massage

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Reflexology is a type of therapy that uses gentle pressure on specific points along your feet (and possibly on your hands or ears as well) to help you feel better. The theory is that this eases stress, and that helps your body work better. It’s also known as zone therapy.

The way reflexology connects spots on the outside of your body to the inside is a bit like acupuncture and acupressure. But those therapies use points all over your body, not just on your feet, hands, and ears. And while reflexologists do use their hands, it isn’t a form of massage.

Like those other therapies, though, reflexology is complementary to medical treatments. It can be done alongside traditional care, but it’s not an alternative to it, and reflexologists don’t diagnose or treat illnesses.

Reflexology Benefits

Reflexology may help you feel less stressed, more relaxed, and more energized. But the benefits might go deeper if you have certain health issues.

Some people with medical conditions find that they feel less pain and discomfort if they have less stress, and reflexology may help with that. Researchers reviewed 17 studies of the psychological benefits of the therapy and found that it boosted feelings of well-being and made it easier for people to manage their conditions.

More research is needed to see if reflexology can have a direct effect on specific conditions, but based on what we know so far, it may ease:

It may also help:

  • Improve sinus issues

  • Relieve back pain

  • Ease constipation

 

What You Can Expect During a Reflexology Session

To get to know you and make sure that reflexology is right for you, the therapist will start by asking questions about your health, what you eat, your lifestyle, and any conditions you have. Your answers will help them decide whether to work on your feet, hands, ears, or a combination of those. This is also the time to ask any questions you have.

https://www.webmd.com/balance/what-is-reflexology#1

 

$30.00

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