Therapeutic Massage

Getting a massage on a regular basis is important to muscle health and maintaining stress levels.  Therapeutic massage helps to circulate blood and oxygen into our muscles allowing cell detoxification, muscle repair, and increased ability to hold oxygen.

60 mins : $75     90 mins: $110

Injury Rehabilitation Massage

After sustaining an injury it is important to address the soft tissue to eliminate unhealthy and unstable scar tissue avoiding reoccurring injuries and lingering pain.  Getting a massage after an injury will help it heal faster and better by facilitating the muscle fiber’s healthy regrowth.

60 mins : $75     90 mins: $110

Desk Worker’s Massage

Working at a desk is one of the worst things you can do for your back and neck.  Non-movement causes the tissue to die and harden causing headaches, frozen shoulder, sciatica, stiff neck, bulging and herniated discs, low back pain, and several other spinal conditions which may result in surgery.  Getting massage on a regular basis along with stretches and exercises will greatly reduce the risk of any of these conditions.

60 mins : $75     90 mins: $110

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic massage, also called lymphatic drainage or manual lymph drainage, is a technique developed in Germany for treatment of lymphedema, an accumulation of fluid that can occur after lymph nodes are removed during surgery, most often a mastectomy for breast cancer. Up to 25 percent of breast cancer patients whose surgery includes removal of lymph nodes in the area of the armpit eventually develop lymphedema. The condition can also occur in the legs or other parts of the body if lymph nodes are removed in the course of other types of surgery or are damaged by radiation treatment, infection or trauma. Symptoms include swelling and pain near the site of the removed or damaged lymph nodes. Lymphedema can occur immediately after radiation therapy or surgery, or weeks, months, and even years later.

60 mins : $75     90 mins: $110

Post Surgery Massage

After sugery our muscle tissue repairs itself from the incision and more times than not this creates dysfunctional and weak muscle tissue around the affected area.  Through massage the scar tissue can be worked out so that the initial injury or surgical area will heal better and faster making it so full range of motion can be achieved and absent of lingering pain.

60 mins : $75     90 mins: $110

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