Massages are available in 60*, 90*, and 30* minute increments.
We offer a variety of massage modalities to meet your needs at no extra charge.
Your therapist will consult with you to create a customized massage that meets your individual needs
*Time includes 10 minutes for consultation and dressing
1 Hour* Massage
Our most popular option!
The 1 hour is 50 minutes of massage customized to your unique needs, with 10 minutes allotted for consultation and dressing.
1.5 Hour* Massage
A little more time to really focus on those target areas and induce deep relaxation
Our 90 minute massage is 80 minutes of hands-on time with 10 minutes for consultation and dressing.
30 Minute* Targeted Treatment
For those short on time, or in need of quick relief.
Our 30 minute massage is typically focused on one or two areas and consists of 20 minutes hands-on with 10 minutes for consultation and dressing.
The most common type of massage is Swedish massage therapy. It involves soft, long, kneading strokes, as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes, on topmost layers of muscles. This is also combined with movement of the joints. By relieving muscle tension, Swedish therapy can be both relaxing and energizing.
Deep tissue massage uses many of the same stroking and kneading movements as Swedish massage, but there’s far more pressure. This pressure can sometimes be painful.
In order to reach the deep muscle tissue, a therapist will massage layer by layer of muscle, applying more and more pressure and employing special techniques with the fingers, fists, and maybe even elbows to reach and stretch that deep tissue.
This type of massage facilitates healing by releasing contracted areas of muscle and tissue. It can help increase blood flow to the soft tissues and may help to reduce inflammation.
Sports massage is manual manipulation of the muscles geared specifically toward helping people who have physically demanding lifestyles and/or hobbies.
This kind of therapeutic massage considers the impact of certain activities on specific joints, muscle groups, tendons, ligaments, and soft tissue groups.
The conscious focus of sports massage therapy maximizes the benefit of certain massage techniques and supports further physical exertion and activity.
Dynamic cupping massage combines traditional massage movements along with the use of a suction device (typically a cup) to create negative pressure on the skin. Special cups are applied to the treatment area in order to increase blood flow and relieve heat and stagnation in areas of the body that are tense, tight or in pain.
The word "dynamic" refers to using the cups to make sweeping motions along the length and width of the muscles to identify and relieve any adhesions that are discovered between layers of fascia, as this is often a source of muscle pain or stiffness.