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Our bodies need different methods of healing. Read more details below about each massage modality can help you on your journey.

Sports/Medical Massage

Sports Massage includes different techniques that focus on manipulating the soft tissue of your body to correct imbalance caused by atheltic performance. In addition to your muscles, which you would expect to receive manipulation in an ordinary Swedish massage, sports massage focuses on fascia, which lines and connects all the structures in your body, and even tendons and ligaments. This massage include cupping and IASTM treatment (scraping); more details below:

Cupping is an ancient healing therapy that some people use to ease pain. Suction from cupping draws fluid into the treated area. This suction force expands and breaks open tiny blood vessels (capillaries) under the skin.  Your body treats the cupping area like an injury. It sends more blood to the area to
stimulate the natural healing process and helps release toxins stored in the body to be excreted.

Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) therapy, mainly used in orthopedic physical therapy, is used on soft tissue injuries to muscles, tendons, and ligaments. IASTM treatment uses tools and methods to alleviate symptoms like tendinosis, plantar fasciitis, and more. Scraping is a technique that uses massage instruments/tools to scrape the skin over the muscles to help minimize scar tissue.


30 ♦ 60 ♦ 90 ♦ 120 minute intervals

Deep Tissue

A type of massage in which the fingers, thumbs, and elbows are used to create muscle tension, using slow, deep strokes and friction; the therapist may work perpendicularly to the length of the fibres of the superficial muscles, with the intent of massaging muscle that lies underneath. This technique improves alignment, reduce levels of resting tension, and creates more efficient postural and movement patterns in the body.


30 ♦ 60 ♦ 90 ♦ 120 minute intervals

Neuromuscular Massage

Neuromuscular massage therapy is a specialized form of manual massage in which digital pressure and friction are used to release areas of strain in a muscle. Strain areas are called tender or trigger points, and they tend to be the cause of ongoing muscular pain symptoms. These trigger points are small areas of the muscle in which there is a contracture of tissue, and the lack of blood and nutrients in that area causes an inability for that muscle to relax. The area is hypersensitive and can cause pain, fatigue, and weakness in the muscle. Trigger points can lead to referral pain, which refers to a phenomenon in which areas far away from the trigger point experience sensations of pain, tingling, or numbness.


30 ♦ 60 ♦ 90 ♦ 120 minute intervals

Lymphatic Massage

Lymphatic massage, sometimes called manual lymphatic drainage, is a specialized type of medical massage. It can help treat lymphedema, in which lymphatic fluid collects in certain areas of the body because it cannot drain away effectively.

Lymphatic massage aims to improve the flow of lymph fluid, which should reduce swelling.

Massaging an area without swelling will make space for fluid to flow to those parts from more congested areas, aiding the flow of healing.


30 ♦ 60 ♦ 90 ♦ 120 minute intervals


Swedish Massage aims to relax muscle tension and improve lymphatic and blood circulation through mild pressure applied to the muscle groups of the body.


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Energy/Reiki Massage

Experience energetic alignment when you book a customized Reiki session with us. This session includes light touch and gentle stimulation of the body’s energy meridians. Promoting relaxation, balancing of the bodies’ hemispheres, emotional alignment, and overall well-being. This treatment is suitable for all ages & physical conditions & is especially recommended for individuals seeking alternative treatment for physical & emotional wellness.


90 minutes

Extern Massage


60 ♦ 90 minute intervals

Postpartum Massage

A Postpartum massage can be received as soon as the day after giving birth up to a year; however, a 3-4 day postpartum massage is highly recommended. This bodywork and self-care is a way for you to show up for yourself so that you can show up for your baby. Benefits include: Restful sleep, recovery aid, hormone balance, reduction of swelling, stress/anxiety relief, and pain relief from the everyday care  of your baby.


30 ♦ 60 ♦ 90 ♦ 120 minute intervals

Induction Massage

A speciality massage for those who are at least 38 weeks pregnant. Induction Massage is a gentle way to nudge the body to get ready for labor. By stimulating acupressure points, energy will be drawn downwards and will help assist the baby to move down. Massage will also help increase natural oxytocin. The body and baby must be ready in order to stimulate labor.


30 ♦ 60 ♦ 90 ♦ 120 minute intervals

Pre-natal Massage

Pre-Natal Massage can help reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, relieve muscle aches and joint pains and improve labor outcomes and newborn health.  Prenatal massage therapy addresses different needs through varying techniques. Relieves pain from the following areas: Ribcage and shortness of breath, back and sciatica, hip and pelvic, calf cramps, headaches, edema

Additional benefits include improved circulation, relaxation support and sleep aid.


60 ♦ 90 ♦ 120 minute intervals


Add the perfect touch to your massage session with add-ons to heal and rejuvenate your body so that you can walk away feeling like a brand new you.

Hot Stones


Red Light Therapy


Essential Oils


DoTerra Deep Blue Rub


Anti-Inflammatory (Full Body)


Extreme Cupping


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