Massage Types

Swedish Massage

Classic long flowing strokes and kneading strokes with variety of pressure and rhythm according to your preference. Improves circulation. Relaxing and rejuvenating.

Deep Tissue Massage

Penetrates deep into muscle and connective tissue with thumbs and elbows to break up chronic tension. Helps restore range of motion.


Gentle firm finger-tip stimulation to specific pressure points to balance and improve the flow of energy in the body.


Developed in Japan, shiatsu is a finger-pressure technique utilizing the traditional acupuncture points of Oriental healing. Similar to acupressure, shiatsu concentrates on unblocking the flow of life energy and restoring balance in the meridians and organs in order to promote self-healing. With the client reclining, the practitioner applies pressure with the finger, thumb, palm, elbow, or knee to specific zones on the skin located along the energy meridians. The treatment brings about a sense of relaxation while stimulating blood and lymphatic flow. The benefits of this treatment may include pain relief and a strengthening of the body’s resistance to disease and disorder.

Sports Massage

Sports massage consists of specific components designed to reduce injuries, alleviate inflammation, provide warm-up, etc. for amateur and professional athletes before, during, after, and within their training regimens.

Pre-Natal Massage

Keeping in mind the needs of the expectant mother and child. A safe, comfortable and relaxing experience for both mother and baby. Prenatally, specific techniques can reduce pregnancy discomforts and concerns and enhance the physiological and emotional well-being of both mother and fetus.

Chair massage

A brief and effective massage session primarily for neck, shoulders, and back done in a specialized chair brought straight to your office for instant stress relief. One hour minimum can be shared with co-workers.

Lymphatic massage

Lymphatic drainage is a gentle, rhythmical technique designed to improve circulation, oxygenate the skin, and decrease swelling (edemas) of the body.This technique can reduce pain, swelling and inflammation of the body’s tissues and assists recovery from surgeries and injuries by reducing formation of scar tissue.

The proper functioning of the lymphatic system is critical to the body’s ability to detoxify and regenerate tissues, filter out toxins and foreign substances, and maintain a healthy immune system.

Lymphatic Therapy combines Dr. Vodder’s Manual Lymph Drainage Technique with the use of the Lymphstar Pro therapeutic instrument to decongest the lymph fluid and dramatically enhance the results of the lymph massage.

Benefits of Massage

  • Reduces stress
  • Relieves muscle tension and pain
  • Increases range of motion & flexibility
  • Increases and improves blood circulation
  • Increases and improves lymphatic circulation
  • Reduces muscle spasm
  • Relieves chronic muscular contraction
  • Boosts and strengthens the immune system
  • Enhances the function of digestive processes
  • Increases body awareness
  • Enhances athletic performance
  • Speeds recovery from sports injuries
  • Promotes a more balanced, vital approach to living

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