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Also called relaxation or therapeutic massage, Swedish massage is our most popular service. It is known for its long, gliding strokes, but therapists create their own style and movement. Any massage can be tailored to fit your needs and help you get the best results.
- A 30-minute session is the ideal time frame for massage on the upper body. This might include work in a specific problem area harboring stress and tension.
- A 60-minute session is the most common full-body massage and will include work on your head, neck, shoulders, back, arms, hands, legs and feet.
- A 90-minute session allows additional time to focus on specific areas to achieve complete relaxation.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage uses some of the same strokes used in Swedish massage, but the movement is slower and the pressure is deeper, concentrating on areas of tension and pain. The therapist may use fingertips, knuckles, hands, elbows, and forearms.
- A 30-minute session addresses the upper body only.
- A 60 minute session is the average time for a full-body treatment.
- A 90 minute session provides additional time to relax and focus on specific areas
Hot Stone Massage
Hot stone massage incorporates placement of smooth, waterheated stones at key points on the body to promote deeper relaxation of the muscles. The stones also may be glided with firm pressure along sore muscles.
- A 60-minute session focuses on the body as a whole.
- A 90-minute massage allows additional time for warmth and relaxation.
Reflexology is a branch of massage therapy that focuses solely on the hands and feet. Pressure is applied to specific reflex areas that relax various parts of the body.
A 30-minute session is a great addition to any massage.
Prenatal massage is beneficial for any stage of pregnancy. This massage focuses on the unique needs of the expectant mother to relieve physical and emotional stresses women experience during pregnancy. Light Swedish strokes soothe and relieve swelling, muscle cramps and stress.
- A 30-minute session is a great introduction to massage and can address the upper body or leg pain.
- A 60-minute session is the most beneficial for complete relaxation.