Your appointment is a learning experience, and tuning into your body’s innate wisdom requires a dedicated one-on-one approach. I offer customized treatments for your specific set of concerns that will get you feeling back to yourself and better than ever in no time. Get in touch with me today to see how I can create a personal plan for your specific needs.
60 minutes - $70
90 minutes - $100
120 minutes - $130
Massage durations can be modified to fit your needs. Just ask!
*Prices exclude setup fee, which is based on distance traveled.
The most popular therapeutic massage type, the light to medium pressure helps relieve stress, reduce pain, boost mood and promote relaxation.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue is similar to Swedish massage, but the technique focuses on the deepest layer of muscles to target knots and release chronic muscle tension.
For athletes of every kind, each therapeutic massage is specific to your sport of choice, with focus on a particular troublesome area like a knee or shoulder.
Trigger Point Therapy
A trigger point is a tight area within muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of the body. Trigger Point Therapy is specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release.
Reflexology is best for people who are looking to relax or restore their natural energy levels. It’s also a good option if you aren’t comfortable being touched on your entire body. Reflexology uses gentle to firm pressure on different pressure points of the feet, hands, and ears. You can wear loose, comfortable clothing that allows access to your legs.
What is lymphatic drainage?
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.
Who can benefit from lymphatic drainage?
Lymphatic massage can benefit people who have a buildup of lymphatic fluid due to:
cancer and cancer treatments that involve the removal of lymph nodes
filariasis, which is infestation of the lymph nodes by a parasite carried by mosquitoes
some types of vascular surgery,
such as vein stripping
burn scar excision
lipectomy, a type of surgery to remove fat from the body
infection or trauma in the lymphatic system
a buildup of fluid due to deep vein thrombosis
health conditions that affect blood flow to the extremities, such as the hands and feet
* A doctor may recommend lymphatic massage as part of a person’s treatment plan. If anyone believes they have lymphedema, they should ask a doctor about this option. They should not use lymphatic massage without consulting a doctor first.*
What is body sculpting?
Body sculpting using red light therapy is among the newest technologies cleared by the FDA for nonsurgical fat reduction. The procedure requires a specialized lamp that sends light of specific wavelengths through the skin. Triggered by the light, the targeted fat cells create small openings through which they release some of their contents.
The fat cells subsequently shrink in size to bring about the desired fat loss.
What are the benefits of body sculpting?
Nonsurgical body sculpting is a safe procedure that also has several other advantages:
It requires no general anesthesia or incisions and leaves no scars.
It requires little or no downtime.
It produces few or no side effects.
It yields gradual results,
so the treatment is discreet.
The results may last for as long as you maintain your ideal weight.
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