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In my practice I use several methods of massage to best address your healing needs.
Swedish Massage

Swedish Massage is a very relaxing and therapeutic style of bodywork. It combines oils or lotion with an array of strokes such as rolling, kneading, and percussion to help the body improve its circulation. The benefits of this type of bodywork are wide-ranging and include relief from aches and pains, decreased stress levels in the body, enhanced mental clarity, improved appearance, and greater flexibility.


$45 for 30 Minutes 

$85 for 60 Minutes

$95 for 75 Minutes

100 for 90 Minutes 



Therapeutic / Deep Tissue Massage

Therapeutic Massage is a form of bodywork that aims to relieve tension in the deeper layers of tissue in the body. Similar to Deep Tissue Massage is a highly effective method for releasing chronic stress areas due to misalignment, repetitive motions, and past lingering injuries. Due to the nature of the deep tissue work, open communication during the session is crucial to make sure you remain comfortable. This type of massage utilizes various modalities techniques answering to your bodies needs. Keep in mind that soreness is pretty common after the treatment, and that plenty of water should be ingested to aid with the flushing and removal of toxins that will have been released from the deep tissue during the session.


$50 for 30 Minute

$100 for 60 Minutes

$110  for 75 Minutes

$120 for 90 Minutes 

Aroma Therapy Massage

Aromatherapy massage is massage therapy but with highly concentrated plant oils, called essential oils, added to the massage oil or lotion. The nostrils are attached to a part of the brain called the limbic system. The limbic system controls emotions and influences the nervous system and hormones.
When you inhale essential oil molecules, messages are transmitted to the limbic system and affect heart rate, stress level, blood pressure, breathing, memory, digestion, and the immune system. Aromatherapy massage is particularly suited to conditions involving stress or improving emotionally-related conditions.


An additional $5 to any massage


Paraffin Wax Treatment

This treatment for your hands and feet.

An additional $10 to any massage

Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage is a natural therapy in which warmed stones are positioned on parts of the client's body of to maximize the therapeutic benefit. The stones used are typically river rocks or other very smooth-surfaced stones made of basalt. The heat of the stones warm and relax the muscles, which allows the therapist to apply deeper pressure, if desired. The warmth of the hot stones improves circulation and calms the nervous system. Hot stone massage is  suited to people who tend to feel chilly or who have cold feet. It's also suited for people who have muscle tension but prefer a lighter massage. The heat relaxes muscles, allowing the therapist to work the muscles without using deep pressure. People also get hot stone massage for a variety of health conditions: Back pain and aches, poor circulation, arthritis, osteoarthritis , stress, anxiety and tension, insomnia and depression


$55 for 30 Minutes/$110 for 60 Minutes/ $120 for 90  Minutes

CBD add on

Reduce tension, anxiety, enhance relaxation, target areas that cause discomfort. Hemp oil moisturizes, conditions and protects skin. Decompress from your day and experience soft supple skin. Get back to balance.


$25 target areas w/entire body, "little  goes along way".

Take home what you done use.

Also ...consider a gift certificate for a friend or loved one as a unique way to enjoy a special day in their lives.




Massage is not recommended for certain people:
People with infectious skin disease, rash, neuropathy, or open wounds
Immediately after surgery
Immediately after chemotherapy or radiation, unless recommended by your doctor
People prone to blood clots. There is a risk of blood clots being dislodged. If you have heart disease, diabetes or circulatory conditions check with your doctor before having a massage.
Pregnant women should check with their doctor first if they are considering getting a massage during pregnancy. A full body hot stone massage or placement of hot stones over the abdomen is not recommended during pregnancy, however a massage therapist trained in prenatal massage may be able to do a spot treatment for certain areas of muscle tension. In pregnancy, the core body temperature should not be raised during treatment. Women with high risk pregnancy should avoid hot stone massage.
People with rheumatoid arthritis should avoid hot stone massage, because the heat of the stones may trigger a flare-up.


 Additional Tips

Don't eat a heavy meal before the massage
If it's your first time getting a massage, arrive at least 10 minutes early to complete the necessary forms. Otherwise, arrive 5 minutes early so you can have a few minutes to rest and relax before starting the massage.