Do you love the relaxation of Swedish massage but also need deep tissue work in your trouble areas? No problem! Our therapeutic blend massages are tailored to fit your needs. Your body is unique and we're glad to customize a treatment that's just as unique. If you are unsure about what sort of massage is good for you, Therapeutic Blend is a great place to start.
Your Therapeutic Blend may include deep tissue, Swedish, myofascial, & stretching techniques.
Having issues with tense, tight muscles? Have a knot the size of Texas? You probably need some deep tissue work. During a deep tissue massage, your therapist will sink into your muscles with the intention of breaking up muscle fibers that have gotten stuck, smooth out knots, lengthen muscles that have shortened, and increase circulation to the deeper layers of tissue.
Deep tissue isn't meant to hurt, so while we're working on the deeper muscles, you'll leave feeling relaxed.
If you’ve never had an ashi massage, you’re in for a treat- this is luxurious bodywork like you’ve never experienced before! This technique uses deep compression effleurage to relax the muscles & move the lymphatic system. The deep work is performed with the therapist's feet- making it perfect for the person who can never seem to get enough pressure. You’ll leave your session feeling brand new!
Sarga Bodywork is a barefoot massage method that employs the use of a fabric strap fastened to a massage table to provide stability for the therapist and to add tensional and gravitational force to deliver therapeutic myofascial and deep tissue techniques. We define myofascial technique as manual therapy characterized by sustained, oblique, and high-tack contact with the aim of stimulating a stretch response in the fascia associated with muscle tissue. These methods, combined with the broad contact surface of the foot, help to facilitate less restriction and more ease and relaxation in recipients’ bodies.
Fully clothed stretchy massage to relax the body & provide better flexibility.
Reiki is an energy modality that works on the idea that human beings are energetic beings who are surrounded in energy. This energy is accessible by anyone at any time and can be directed and amplified for the benefit of relaxation and healing. Reiki is a Japanese technique meaning “divine universal life energy” that was developed by Mikao Usui in 1922. Your Reiki practitioner will draw the universal energy from the world around them and through their bodies, focusing the energy into their palms, which can then be transferred to you by touch and intention.
All sessions, whether energy or massage, begin with an interview in which you will discuss your session with your therapist. The therapist will ask how you’ve been feeling lately and talk with you about any concerns you’d like to address during your session.
After the interview, the therapist will step out of the room and allow you time to get comfortable on the massage table. While Reiki is a hands-on technique, it doesn’t require the client to undress. You may want to undress, however, if you plan to have a blended session with part Reiki and part massage. No matter the amount of clothing you decide to wear, you will lie under a sheet and blanket for comfort.
The therapist will then knock on the door and re-enter the room to begin the Reiki session. The therapist will do an energy assessment and then get to work giving and releasing energy as the body requires. You will feel the therapist’s hands lightly contacting your body. Reiki is considered one of the “subtle therapies” because, unlike a deep tissue massage, the client’s perception of what’s happening may be subtle.
You may feel warmth, tingling, buzzing, waves, or cold. You may have emotional releases in the form of sighing, yawning, laughter, crying, or feeling of anger, joy, or sadness. Whatever you feel is unique to you. When your Reiki session is complete, you’ll likely feel like you’ve just awoken from a full night’s sleep feeling energized, yet relaxed.
Anybody can receive Reiki therapy! Some uses include:
- Pain management
- Touch deprivation
- Heightened intuition
- Improves digestion
- Improves sleep
- Connection to the deeper self/self-awareness
Hot stone massage is quite possibly one of the most relaxing massages we offer due to the heat reaching deep layers of the muscles. Using large heated balsam stones, the therapist performs what is similar to a Swedish massage to warm and relax the muscles. Some stones are placed on key points to sedate and comfort the mind and body. The goal is to promote circulation and metabolism all while deeply relaxing tight and sore tissues. Available with Brandon only.
So luxurious! This treatment begins with hot towels applied to the face, and then a detailed face and scalp massage with our house-made Dewy Face Serum. With sesame and rose hip oils and essential oils of helichrysum and German chamomile, our serum is nourishing for dry, delicate, and aging skin, while not being too heavy for oily skin.
Note: We are not currently working directly on face's due to pandemic restrictions. Available with Brandon only.
Prenatal massage is very similar to regular massage in that its purpose is to ease sore muscles, improve circulation and lymph flow, and to restore and balance your body during this time of extra physical and emotional stress. This type of work focuses on the areas put under extra stress during pregnancy due to the center of gravity being altered. A pregnant body is continuously morphing and adjusting, and a trained therapist will know how to cater to a growing mother and child.
CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is considered one of the subtle therapies, though its effects can be anything but subtle. This light touch modality works to allow the body to make adjustments while the therapist releases restrictions surrounding the central nervous system. Reducing these restrictions allows the body to self-correct, which helps to alleviate a number of ailments.
It’s important to understand that CST isn’t geared toward “fixing” one ailment in particular. By allowing to body to make its own adjustments, your therapist acts as a facilitator for healing. It’s up to your body to decide how to use the therapy.
CranioSacral Therapy can be used to address
- Migraines and Headaches
- Chronic Neck and Back Pain
- Stress and Tension-Related Disorders
- Motor-Coordination Impairments
- Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries
- Chronic Fatigue
- TMJ Disorder
- Central Nervous System Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Orthopedic Problems
- And Many Other Conditions
Before your session, your therapist will discuss your healthcare goals with you. What outcomes are you looking for? Then, the therapist will leave the room while you undress to your comfort level and get settled on the massage table. CST can be performed while the client is completely clothed, so unless you plan to blend CST with massage, there’s no need to undress. You’ll feel comfortable and cozy under blankets and with the table warmer turned on, if you’d like. Your therapist will then knock before reentering the room.
CST is a hands-on technique, though the pressure is very light. You may feel your body releasing in a variety of ways including, but not limited to muscle twitches, and unwinding feeling in your muscles, your limbs feeling more open and looser, sighing, laughing, crying. CST is deeply relaxing, and your therapist won’t mind if you fall asleep. You may feel the tiny movement around your scull and sacrum as your therapist works to lightly adjust these areas. You may suddenly recall memories, good or bad, that you’ve long since forgotten. Each person has a different way of healing, so your CranioSacral session will be unique to you.
CST is safe for most people. The exception, however, is any person having a condition where slight changes in intracranial pressure would not be well tolerated. Some examples of these conditions are: acute aneurism and cerebral hemorrhaging. If you’re unsure, please contact your doctor.