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Also called Trigger Point Therapy. This form of massage is an effective treatment for back and neck pain caused by soft tissue injury (such as a muscle strain) or "muscle knots" also known as myofacial pain. Neuromuscular Therapy consists of alternating levels of concentrated pressure on the areas of muscle spam and myofacial pain to help release or ease the pain and tenderness.
A gentle Swedish massage which incorporates long gentle strokes for a relaxing experience that’s perfect for a first-time spa goers.
This is a specific issue massage which is not geared for full body. This massage is a little more than a relaxation and it focuses on areas where the client is having more issues.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage is a type of massage therapy which focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is especially helpful for individuals who suffer chronic aches and pains.
Hot Stone Massage
The Hot Stone massage combines Swedish techniques with the soothing effects of stone therapy. Smooth stones are warmed and used to gently glide along key points on the body.
An innovative way to produce deep tissue massage using warm bamboo to quickly penetrate and relax the muscles.
A form of bodywork which focuses primarily on the feet. Pressure is applied to reflex areas of the feet which correspond to other areas and organs in the body which is believed to have benefits in one’s health.
A relaxation massage specifically tailored for the expectant mothers’ needs after the first trimester. With proper positioning the comfort and safety for both mother and baby are ensured.
Not only for athletes, this massage stimulates circulation of the blood and lymph fluids. It is great for people with injuries, chronic pain, or restricted range of motion.
A massage therapy which involves the amazing power of nine pure essentials oils, mixed with a variety of massage techniques including back massage, reflexology and heat application.
A great way to enhance your massage and increase relaxation. Ask your massage therapist about the different essential oils we offer.