Massage

Massage therapy is applied pressure to soft body tissues (muscles, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) using a variety of techniques such as long gentle strokes or deeply applied pressure. The massage therapist uses unscented, hypoallergenic lotions and oils that nourish the skin and hydrate the muscles. The purpose of massage is to relax the tissue, increase the flow of blood and oxygen and decrease pain.

Studies of the benefits of massage therapy demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension. Other benefits of massage therapy include relief from:

  • Anxiety
  • Digestive disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia related to stress
  • Myofascial pain syndrome
  • Soft tissue strains or injuries
  • Sports injuries

SWEDISH MASSAGE

Our most popular massage utilizes a combination of gliding and classic long Swedish strokes to improve circulation and gentle stretches to relieve muscle tension. Warm compresses cradle the feet and back, helping the guest to surrender all stress.

50 Minutes $109
80 Minutes $154

DEEP TISSUE

Deep tissue therapy is similar to Swedish massage, but it involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of the muscles and connective tissues. This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury and reduce tension in muscle and tissue. Arnica oil is used for sore muscles and aching joints.

50 Minutes $129

80 Minutes $174

110 Minutes $258

LYMPHATIC

This practice is a light, skin-stretching massage that helps promote the movement of lymphatic fluid out of the swollen limb. Deep breathing techniques are used at the beginning and end of a therapy session to open the deep lymphatic pathways. It’s not only relaxing but helps increase movement of fluid toward the heart.

50 Minutes $129

80 Minutes $174

110 Minutes $258

CUPPING

A Chinese version of deep tissue massage, cupping technique uses silicone cups that adhere to the skin through suction to stimulate the flow of the body’s blood, chi, and lymph systems. Used to promote circulation and energy flow, cupping is known to relieve musculoskeletal pain, particularly in the back.

50 Minutes $129

80 Minutes $174

110 Minutes $258

HOT STONE MASSAGE

Stone massage is a form of alternative medicine massage therapy and bodywork involving the placement of a number of either heated or cooled stones to the body for the purpose of pain relief, relaxation and therapy.

50 Minutes $129

80 Minutes $174

110 Minutes $258

HIMALAYAN SALT STONE

Warmed Himalayan Salt Stones are used as an extension of the therapist’s hands to increase blood circulation with its exfoliating quality. The stones also reduce inflammation by balancing positive ions with negative ions, induce relaxation, and may help improve sleep. The stones contain more than 80 naturally occurring minerals and elements to help balance our electromagnetic field.

80 Minutes $169

110 Minutes $225

MOTHER-TO-BE MASSAGE

The ideal treatment to pamper, relieve tension, reduce swelling, improve circulation, and ease common discomforts associated with pregnancy. *Must be out of first trimester.

50 Minutes $109

80 Minutes $154

FOOT MASSAGE

If you stand or walk throughout the day, chances are you have tired feet. This hydrating treatment will renew them with an intensive foot massage, exfoliation, and herbal bath to get your blood flowing and vibrant bounce back in your step. This treatment relaxes muscle tension, soreness, and fatigue.

50 Minutes $129

CRANIOSACRAL

This therapy is a type of bodywork that relieves compression in the bones of the head, sacrum, and spinal column. With the gentle manipulation of the bones in the skull, spine, and pelvis, this action increases the flow of cerebrospinal fluid in the central nervous system.

50 Minutes $129

80 Minutes $174

110 Minutes $258

REIKI

 Reiki is a form of alternative therapy commonly referred to as energy healing. The therapist places their hands lightly on or over specific areas of the head, limbs, and torso using different hand shapes for between 2 and 5 minutes. This therapy involves the transfer of energy from the practitioner’s palms to their patient.

50 Minutes $129

80 Minutes $174

110 Minutes $258

ENHANCEMENTS

No additional time needed.

REHYDRATING FOOT SCRUB

An invigorating scrub to the feet stimulates blood flow. Although one of the benefits of a foot scrub is to remove dead skin, it also relieves foot pain and helps in the softening of calluses. Uses warmed footies.

add $20

REHYDRATING HAND SCRUB

Just like the foot scrub, the hand scrub follows the same benefits. Uses warmed mitts.

add $20

BACK SCRUB

A gentle scrub is applied to remove dead skin leaving the back smooth and hydrated. Warm coconut oil is applied before the massage. Alleviates dry and itchy skin

add $25

EXTENSIONS

Adds time to your service or experience these extensions as a stand-alone service.

SCALP MASSAGE

(25 minutes)

Because all massage stimulates blood flow, scalp massage brings new blood to the hair follicle and aids in hair growth and thicker hair. It also enhances the relaxation quality of the service, which is felt throughout the whole body. Warm oils can be added for extra hydration.

$55

 DUO SCALP AND FOOT MASSAGE

(50 minutes)

This treatment is unlike others. Imagine starting the service with twenty-five minutes focused on the scalp with essential oil aromas filling the room. Then another twenty-five minutes spent washing, exfoliating, and massaging the feet. This is a duo expression of mind and body. The benefits are endless. This duo service Increases circulation, stimulates nerve endings, and relieves pain and tension.

FOOT MASSAGE

(adds 25 minutes)

Just like your neck, back, and
shoulders, your feet can also benefit from a regular rubdown. Foot
massage improves circulation, stimulates muscles, reduces tension,
and often eases pain.

$30