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deep_massageIntegrative Massage for Women

Integrative Massage is blend of several techniques according to each individual client's needs. There are many, many styles of massage most of which share the related goals of achieving and maintaining good physical condition and providing the client with a sense of well-being. Integration massage means I will draw upon techniques from each of these modalities and others to best suit your unique situation. It may be a blend of several of the following described techniques or just one or two. It could also include the use of stretching, heated himalayan salt stones, therapy cups, or aromatherapy if desired.

Swedish Relaxation Massage
Swedish massage is the basic technique that most people think of when they think of a massage. Swedish massage features long, graceful strokes which increase circulation and blood-flow, decrease muscle tension, relieve muscular spasm and pain, and reduce swelling and inflammation contributing to a feeling of calm and relaxation. The basic philosophy of Swedish massage is to manipulate the soft tissue for therapeutic purposes to enhance the body's tendency to heal itself. Swedish massage strokes and principles may be combined with other techniques based on your specific needs.

Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage is a focused massage that reaches deeper layers of soft tissue. It is especially effective in working a specific joint, muscle, or muscle group, and is a good option for clients with specific needs. This massage releases chronic patterns of tension in the body through very slow strokes and deeper targeted pressure on tensed areas. This technique improves body alignment and freedom of movement.  It is applied to a focused area typically combined with Cupping Therapy and Swedish relaxation massage.

Trigger Point
Applies concentrated finger pressure to tender areas in the muscle in order to break the cycle of spasm and pain. This is typically combined with Deep Tissue and Swedish Relaxation Massage.

Myofascial Release
A mild and gentle hands on form of stretching which relieves connective tissue restrictions  promoting strength, flexibility, range of motion and proper alignment. It releases chronic problems and reduces pain. This is typically combined with Deep Tissue, Cupping Therapy and Swedish Massage.

Back_MassageSports Massage
A form of bodywork geared toward participants in athletics.  Utilizes specific massage techniques to prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries. Usually combined with cupping therapy.

Lymphatic Massage
This technique features gentle pumping and stroking techniques to drain away pockets of water retention and trapped toxins. It boosts the body’s ability to eliminate waste and tones the tissue by reducing swelling.  This very light, effective massage speeds up the removal of waste to boost the immune system and stimulate circulation.  This is used in the Headache and Allergy Relief Sessions, added at end of a massage or given as a session by itself.  

Headache & Allergy Relief Massage
A session designed specifically for relieving headaches and allergy symptoms.  Techniques which may be used are CranioSacral Therapy, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Acupressure, Aromatherapy, Pressure Point Therapy, Facial massage, Indian Head Massage, Hot and Cold therapy.  May be added on to a full-body massage or given by itself.

Pregnancy Massage
This nurturing, comforting massage session is specially designed for the mother-to- be.  Using a specialized pregnancy massage cushion system the client is able to safely lie face down even during the third trimester. Pregnancy massage has many benefits; it reduces stress, promotes relaxation, and relieves muscle spasms, cramps and pain - especially in the lower back, neck, hips, and legs. It reduces the strain on weight bearing joints, reduces water retention and helps to improve breathing. It improves the lymphatic system and stimulates circulation which provides more oxygen and nutrients to both mother and fetus and helps to prevent varicose veins. Massage helps the expectant mother to be more relaxed and able to sleep more easily and deeply. Endorphins released during massage help relieve depression and anxiety and have been found to be especially beneficial for the fetus as well.

Price for Pregnancy Massage

  • 60 minutes | $110

Prices for All Other Massage Sessions

  • 120 minutes | $160
  • 90 minutes | $110
  •  75 minute | $95
  • 60 minute | $80

Cancellation Policy

Full payment is required for the following conditions:

  • Less than 24 hour notice to cancel or reschedule an appoitment.
  • No show or missed appointment.

 Late arrivals: arriving late for a service may require shortening the length of the treatment.

 ***All services are strictly professional, therapeutic and non-sexual in nature. Please do not request anything that is sensual or sexual in nature or you will be asked to leave and will be required to pay the full price regardless of the actual length of session given.