MASSAGE

Traditional Thai Massage – combines the use of the massage therapist’s palms, fingers, elbows, knees and feet to provide acupressure to the body’s ten major energy channels or “Sen” lines. This technique is designed to release blocked energy and promote relaxation. Through stretching and passive joint movement, Thai massage can restore the flow of positive energy and provide relief for strained or tightened muscles
Swedish Massage – This massage is considered to be a “classic” massage wherein a combination of special oils and creams are used in conjunction with traditional Swedish massage therapy techniques to provide the ultimate soothing experience. Swedish massage is notorious for its proven health benefits such as improving poor circulation, reducing stress, reducing muscle pain and improving joint stiffness.
Oncology and Edema Massage Therapy – Oncology and Edema massage is a client-specific, customized massage session designed to meet the unique and changing needs of someone in treatment for cancer or with a history of cancer treatment. A safe massage plan generally revolves around the side effects (both short- and long-term) of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.Oncology massage will be provided by a massage therapist who has received training in the specifics of cancer, edema and cancer treatment. (Pre/Post- Operative Care)
Deep Tissue Massage/Trigger Point Release – This massage is highly recommended for individuals who suffer from persistent muscle pain and discomfort. These type of massage are ideal for athletes and others involved in heavy physical activity on a regular basis as well as those who have sustained physical injuries related to muscles and joints. (Injury Prevention)
Sports Massage – is a type of massage that can be beneficial when performed before, during, or after athletic events. (Injury Prevention)