Therapeutic Massage Modalities:
Swedish Massage
Sports Massage
Deep Tissue
Pregnancy Massage
Reflexology
Medical Massage
Cancer Massage
Hot Stones Therapy
Myofascial Release
Orthopedic Medical Massage for Headaches and Neck Pain
Reiki and Energetic Healing
Massage Therapy Treatments
Swedish Massage:  This common form of massage focuses on the body’s muscles and connective
tissues to improve circulation, promote relaxation, and enhance well-being.

Sports Massage:  A combination of techniques focusing on muscles relevant to a particular sport, used
to prevent or treat injuries; improve flexibility, range of motion, and performance; reduce muscle tension;
increase power; enhance mental clarity.

Deep Tissue:  More vigorous technique focusing on the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue
to loosen tension, reduce chronic aches and pains, release toxins, and promote flow of blood and
oxygen.

Pregnancy Massage:  Soothing massage utilizing gentle techniques to alleviate pregnancy-related
ailments, improve circulation, and promote stress reduction and relaxation.    

Reflexology:  By stimulating and applying pressure to points on the feet or hands which correspond to
every part of the body, circulation increases and specific functions are promoted.   

Medical Massage:  Specialized techniques for orthopedic massage involving therapeutic assessment,
manipulation and movement of locomotor soft tissue to reduce pain and dysfunction to restore structural
balance throughout the body.  This allows us to focus on both prevention and rehabilitation of
musculoskeletal dysfunctions.

Cancer Massage:  For cancer survivors, massage comforts with touch.  For some, it is their first
experience being touched after their surgery or radiation treatment, and we provide a safe haven for the
often emotional experience.  Massage is also a medical necessity for many survivors, and can help
regain mobility after surgery and treatment.  

Hot Stones Therapy: The therapist uses heated, smooth stones to warm and massage the body,
providing deep relaxation, relieving stiffness and soreness, and balancing the energy system.

Orthopedic Medical Massage for Headaches and Neck Pain:  Specialized techniques for orthopedic
massage aimed at relieving cervical strains, whiplash, post-surgical pain, and headaches.  This
massage will help you manage headache pain and improve your quality of life.

Reiki and Energetic Healing: Great tools for stress reduction and relaxation. It quiets the nervous
system and is used for wellness.  It is not a cure for disease or illness, but it may assist the body in
creating an environment to facilitate healing.  Used as a complement to traditional medicine and is
practiced in many hospitals and medical care settings.

Myofascial Release Massage: A deep, comfortable and satisfying massage that uses broad, long,
stretching strokes to relax contracted muscles and relieve tension in the fascia - the thin tissue covering
muscle fibers. Relieves pain and restriction in range of motion.


Geriatrics Massage: An integrative bodywork combining swedish - deep tissue myofascial work with
sensitive healing touch according to the elder's needs.  Stimulates better circulation and much more.
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