Relaxation Massage - 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes

This massage does exactly what the name implies with light to medium pressure used to calm the nervous system, promoting a sense of well being while improving blood circulation and stimulating the body’s lymphatic system, which carries away toxins.

Deep Tissue Massage - 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes

This is a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or knots, known as adhesions, providing pain relief while loosening scar tissue and lengthening muscles.

Shiatsu - 30 or 60 minutes

It is similar to acupuncture, but employs finger pressure instead of needles.

Shiatsu is a restorative massage, releasing a healthy flow of energy throughout the body.

Pregnancy Massage - 60 or 90 minute

This gentle massage is designed to relieve headaches and alleviate backaches as the baby grows, putting pressure on your lower back. Many moms-to-be also have stated that they sleep better and are less fatigued after their massage!

 

Please note that prenatal massage are only done after the fourth month of pregnancy.

Hot Stones - 90 minutes

By strategically placing the hot stones on your trouble spots eases muscle stiffness and tension, decreases stress and anxiety levels. Hot stones are ideal for chronic pain, rheumatic/arthritic conditions and fibromyalgia. The heat from the stones helps increase circulation and relax deeper muscles.

Aroma Therapy and Organic Herbs

Essential oils extracted from herbs, flowers and fruits naturally enhance a person’s mood and well-being.

Deep Muscle Therapy

This massage is designed to provide deep muscle pain relief, decrease inflammation and increase circulation and help the muscles heal.

Reflexology (Foot Massage) - 30 or 60 minutes

Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands or ears. Reflexologists believe that these areas and reflex points correspond to specific body organs and systems, and that pressing them has a beneficial effect on the organs and a person's general health. For example, reflexology holds that a specific spot in the arch of the foot corresponds to the bladder point. When a reflexology practitioner uses thumbs or fingers to apply appropriate pressure to this area, it affects bladder functioning.