Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage targets the deeper layers of muscles, fascia, and connective tissues, making it effective to relieve chronic muscle tensions. The therapist uses friction and firm pressure to break down adhesion's, alleviating pain and restoring the muscles’ ranges of motion.
Swedish massage is a very gentle and relaxing type of bodywork. The therapist applies oil and uses long gliding strokes and kneading and circular movements to target the superficial layers of muscles. The bodywork improves blood and lymph circulation.
|60 minutes (with Hot Stone Therapy)||$80|
Shiatsu, otherwise known as acupressure, is a Japanese form of bodywork based on traditional Chinese medicine. The therapist uses finger, palm, elbow, knee, or foot pressure on acupuncture meridian points to restore and rebalance the flow of Chi (Qi) energy in the body. It improves blood and lymph circulation, as well as overall health.
An ancient Chinese technique that uses pressure-points to restore the flow of energy throughout the body. By applying pressure on these points, the therapist helps to eliminate toxins, relax the entire body, and stimulate a proper function of internal organs.
Purifying Back Treatment
A back treatment designed to rid the muscles of stress and the skin of impurities, leaving it smooth and relaxed. A deep-cleansing scrub is followed by extraction, and an aromatherapy massage.
Reflexology is a type of foot rub that uses pressure points on the feet that correspond to and stimulate other organs and systems of the body. It promotes relaxation, improves circulation, and is great for soothing tired and aching feet.