Massage Therapy

Swedish Massage

This  is the best-known and most popular type of massage therapy on which all other massage styles are based.

Swedish massage therapy involves mild, moderate or deeper strokes on the back, arms, legs, neck and other body parts to target tissues and muscles for maximal pain relief, stress release and relaxation.

Swedish massage helps promote healing while targeting pain, injuries, stress and stiffness using gliding, kneading, tapping, friction and light shaking—designed to ease back pain and help relaxation.

Deep Tissue Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage therapy is an age-old treatment with the addition of heat for a modern twist. Water-heated, smooth stones are placed strategically on the body on key points—with or without pressure—for the ultimate in relaxation and pain relief.

This treatment helps relieve tension, eases muscle stiffness, and increases circulation. How? Hot stone therapy promotes healing by targeting the deeper layers of muscle through the use of heated stones. Combined with regular massage.

Deep tissue massage takes Swedish massage one step further to address chronic pain and injury. This soothing, therapeutic treatment releases toxins, tension and pain.

It focuses on damaged tissue and knots with its deep, precise massage techniques. It uses appropriate pressure to promote the healing of scar tissue as well as relief from the pain of soft tissue injuries, chronic conditions, stress and tension.

This treatment delivers a wealth of benefits, including:

  • Relief from chronic pain, including fibromyalgia, arthritis and multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • Reduced stress and tension

  • Better joint mobility and flexibility

  • Muscle pain and spasm relief

  • Improved circulation

  • Insomnia support

Trigger Point Therapy

When an area of the body is tight and tense, it can cause referral pain in another area. That headache? It may actually be referral pain triggered by stiffness in your neck and shoulders.

Trigger point therapy uses massage and deep breathing to help alleviate tension and discomfort at the source.