Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser)


​Anti-inflammatory, promotes healing of damaged muscle fibers, increases collagen  & cartilage production, anti-edematous, promotes angiogenesis & neovascularization.

 

Ba Guan (Cupping)


​Vacuum and Silicone Cupping releases adhesions and scar tissue, stimulates local circulation, loosens fascia or connective tissue. Petechiae and/or ecchymosis is a common occurrence, especially when there is a lot of stagnation or adhesions in the tissue. Smoking, drinking, and certain medications can increase this. Always update your intake form accurately.

Gua Sha


​Traditional East Asian technique also referred to as instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. Traditional tools are made from horn or jade, more modern tools, such as Graston Technique tools, are stainless steel. Increases surface circulation, reduces inflammation, activates a protective immune response, and breaks up fascial restrictions & scar tissue.  Therapeutic petechiae called 'sha' removes blood stagnation considered pathogenic in traditional East Asian Medicine. Modern research shows the transitory  therapeutic petechiae produce anti-inflammatory and immune protective effects.



Spinal Decompression Therapy for Back & Neck Pain

​Non-surgical decompression therapy tractions the spine creating inverse pressure that aids in the resorption of herniated or bulging disc material and allows oxygen, nutrients and hydration into the disc to help regenerate and restore disc height and heal annular tears. Distraction of the vertebral segments opens the neural foramen taking pressure off  of impinged nerve roots thereby relieving radicular pain.

  • ​​Sciatica
  • Pinched Nerve
  • Foramina  Stenosis
  • ​Facet Syndrome
  • ​Degenerative Disc Disease or Spondylosis
  • ​Bulging or Herniated Disc
  • Sacral Torsion (SIJD)
  • ​Ilium Upslip (SIJD)


Ayurvedic  Abhyanga (Marma)


Kalari Marma Mas,sage is a traditional Ayurvedic massage that stimulates vital points along the meridians. Uses herb infused oils, performed by the therapist's hands and feet, applying pressure to specific vital points.


Marma  Abhyanga (Ayurvedic) Massage relieves back pain, stiffness and sports related injuries, while stimulating various body systems. Clockwise movements stimulates and energize marma  points, while counterclockwise motions break up blocked energy.

Lymphatic Drainage  (You'll see great results with 3-6 sessions given in a 4 week period. Ask about the preferred customer discount!)

Gentle and effective massage that stimulates the lymphatic system, reduces edema & fluid retention while supporting the immune system and cellular detoxification.

Customized Bodywork Sessions Focused on Your Needs


Your treatment will be a unique blend of modalities that reflect your individualized needs gathered from your intake/assessment and implemented into your treatment & wellness plan. You won't see added charges for deep tissue or trigger point work, you'll receive exactly what you need as expressed during intake and/or during evaluation.


1 hour $100   1.5 hours $150   2 hours $180  2.5 hours $210  3 hours $250






Deep Tissue & Neuromuscular Therapy

Focuses on realigning deeper muscles and connective tissue. Beneficial for chronic aches, pains, and muscle tightness.

Myfascial release and trigger point techniques will often be blended with deep tissue massage as the therapist deems necessary. Neuromuscular therapy is specific, penetrating, efficient & affective at addressing the source of the pain.



Qigong Massage for Autism /Sensory Disorder


This autism treatment is a specialized massage from Chinese Medicine that normalizes the sense of touch. This protocol is called Qiging Sensory Treatment (QST) Massage. As touch normalizes, the sensory systems start working together. Children calm down and focus. They become aware of themselves and receptive to other people. Within a few weeks, eye contact, behavior, &  sleep improve. They are more comfortable in social situations and new developmental skills appear.

Aromatherapy

Highly fragrant, non-oily plant essences that enhance the stress relieving  effects of your massage. Antiseptic, with each containing unique properties.

Aromatherapy is complementary with any massage. We have many scents to choose from, so finding the right aroma for you should be easy.

CranioSacral Therapy

Restore the natural motion and rhythm of the cerebrospinal fluid pulsing around the brain and spinal cord. Soft-touch techniques are used to release restrictions along the skull, spinal cord, and sacrum.

Thai Yoga Massage   (Sharon's Favorite!)

Like doing Yoga without the work! This Ayurvedic based bady science is performed on a mat, clothed, with no oil. The therapist uses hands, feet, knees & elbows along sen lines. Increases flexibility & circulation, clears energy blockages, increases range of motion, and centers body, mind, & spirit. Sessions normally last 2-3 hours.


Prenatal Massage  (Makes a Great Shower Gift!)

This mommy-to-be massage promotes relaxation, soothes nerves, and relieves strained back and leg muscles. This is especially beneficial in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters.


Hateya Ashiatsu

Penetrating massage aimed at deeper tissue structures of the muscle and fascia delivered by the therapists feet.  Deep broad pressure that decreases pain, lengthens tissues & increases range of motion. Deeper than deep tissue, yet feels like a Swedish Relaxation massage.


Hot Stone Massage

Hot stones were used by Native Americans and is deeply relaxing and therapeutic. The hot oiled basalt stones, containing magnetic iron and magnesium, are energy stimulating and promotes harmonic balance.

Swedish Relaxation Massage

Relaxing Full Body Massage that relieves tension, promotes wellness, and increases circulation.



​Description of Services...
​Pain Management & Wellness

Holistic Health & Bodywork

Thai Bamboo Foot Reflexology


​A balanced blend of ancient healing arts. Frees up blocked energy within the body's many sen (Thai-based Meridians)  lines. Pressure on particular areas on the soles of the feet  stimulate a therapeutic response. There are 7,200 sensory nerve endings in each foot connected to internal organs throughout the body.