Massages feel wonderful, but are also beneficial to your health.

Abhyanga Massage

Abhyanga massage involves generous amounts of high-quality oil blended with Ayurvedic healing herbs, and a luxurious sequence of massage strokes that relax and soften muscle tissue. The oils nourish the body from inside out with amazing benefits to the skin (our largest organ!), and all the bodily systems.

Cupping Massage

Cupping is an adaptation of technique rooted in ancient Chinese medicine used to accomplish a wide variety of treatments; most prominently soft tissue release and the elimination of metabolic waste or “toxins” on a cellular level.

Hot Stone Massage

Hot Stone Massage includes the use of heated basalt stones to soften tension and deliver an incredibly relaxing massage. Unlike a traditional spa treatment, our therapists use the stones in conjunction with either Swedish or Deep Tissue massage strokes for maximum benefit.

Manual Lymphatic Massage

Manual lymph drainage, commonly used as a detox method, feels like a light skin massage that will unclog lymph channels, encourage fluid movement, and boost the healing process all while supporting the immune system

Post Surgery Massage

Plastic surgeons agree that adding a series of lymphatic massages to a patient’s post-op care routines can benefit their recovery. The massage technique helps to reduce swelling and improve aesthetic results by decreasing congestion of the tissue.

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage helps pregnant women to relax tense muscles and reduce stress and anxiety associated with labor. It also works to relieve pain.
The expanding womb puts a lot of stress on the shoulders, abdominal area, and back muscles of the mother, and lower back pain is widespread during pregnancy. A prenatal massage therapist can apply pressure to specific sore spots to relieve tension and pain. However, please always check with your doctor first.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is a special form of massage that prepares the muscles for peak performance, drains away fatigue, relieves swelling, reduces muscle tension, promotes flexibility, and prevents injuries. Perfect for pre- and post- athletic events, such as 10Ks, marathons, Pan-Mass, triathlons, etc.

Swedish massage

Swedish massage is one of the most well-known massage techniques that use a gentle pressure system to relieve stress and stimulate circulation. It uses light, long strokes that help soothe and relieve. Swedish massage is great for anyone new to massage or anyone who prefers a lighter, gentler touch.
The many benefits of Swedish massage may include generalized relaxation, dissolution of scar tissue adhesions, and improved circulation.

Travel Massage

Traveling accumulates a lot of pressure on both the body and the mind. However, having a good massage therapy session helps relieve your brain and muscles of too much tension which in return eliminates muscle pain and stiffness after a long journey. If you have ever flown for long hours, you understand unpleasant jet lag can be, and this affects not only your muscles but also your mind. Most of the times, travel associated stress manifests in fatigue, headaches, sleeping difficulties and stomach problems. These, however, could be avoided by having an excellent relaxing massage session with a professional.

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