Swedish Massage​

Swedish massage is the most common type of massage that involves soft, long, and kneading strokes to lift as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes to the topmost layers of muscles. Range of motion is combined as well to offer more movement in the joints. It can be both relaxing and energizing.


Swedish massage offers many great benefits including but not limited to: pain management, increased blood flow, rehabilitation for muscle injuries, increased flexibility, reduced stress, improved immune system.

Deep Tissue

Deep tissue massage utilizes techniques and strokes similar to Swedish but the movement is slower and the pressure is deeper and more focused on areas of tension and pain to reach is a type of massage therapy that focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue.


It is very helpful for people who suffer from: Chronic pain, repetitive strain injuries, postural problems and muscle tension


Aromatherapy is designed to pair perfectly with your massage to bring additional benefits to both your body and mind


Aromatherapy comes in a wide variety of essential oils which have numerous effects. Some of the health benefits of aromatherapy include the ability to reduce anxiety, ease depression, boost energy levels, speed up the healing process, eliminate headaches, boost cognitive performance, induce sleep, strengthen the immune system, reduce pain, improve digestion, and increase circulation.

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Massage Cupping

Massage Cupping's intention is to restore the underlying tissue to a healthy level of circulation using a technique known as “Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.” This is accomplished by lifting the tissue with cupping instruments to treat the skeletomuscular system.


Cupping’s primary benefit is increasing circulation and creating space for the movement of muscles. It also helps release scar tissue and adhesions, increases lymphatic drainage, brings stagnant blood to the surface, lift connective tissue, and engage the parasympathetic nervous system.

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Intraoral Massage

An intraoral massage focuses on the muscles both inside and outside of the mouth and jaw. This is a treatment targeted towards people who are experiencing headaches, migraines, jaw tension, teeth grinding, and TMJ disorder.

An intraoral massage can help reduce headaches and the discomfort associated with jaw tension, migraines, grinding teeth, injuries and strains, accidents, and TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorder.

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Gua Sha

Gua Sha and IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation) is a way to treat the whole body system and stimulates the bodies healing faculties while helping to break apart scar tissue and adhesions.

This work work results in a reief of relieving pain, increasing range of motion, and restoring proper circulation to the area.

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Kinesiotaping is a non-invasive, proprioceptive, neuromuscular and mechanical taping method that uses a hypoallergenic and therapeutic tape that assist the body in multiple ways depending on the way it is applied. Kinesiotape is stretchable, breathable, and water resistant tape. It has immediate and lasting effects that stimulate and enhance different connective tissues and physiological systems thereby helping the body return to homeostasis.

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Chair Massage

Chair massage is a fantastic way to receive work for either a large amount of people, for people who have a hard time undressing, or laying clients who struggle to lay down on a table for extended periods of time.


The effects of chair massage are the same as table massage. These include  lowering anxiety and stress, increasing circulation, lower blood pressure, relieve aches and pain, and improving quality of sleep