All massages are for 60mins. When you book them online they will show 75mins. We add the extra 15mins for cleanup and prep time for the next customer. This prevents back to back bookings without allowing for proper prep time for the next client.
60 Mins $155
Offers specific muscle relief geared towards chronic pain. This treatment will increase blood flow to affected areas by relaxing your muscle tension. Light to deep pressure is applied depending on your needs and suggestions from your therapist. Best results are often attained with multiple sessions. This treatment is accompanied with Young Living’s Deep Relief on your target areas.
60 Mins $125
Swedish massage is the most common style of massage .Soothing strokes and manipulations are applied and designed to relax muscles, relieve tension, improve the flow of blood, and stimulate the lymphatic system. Allow yourself to renew, restore and revive your mind, body and spirit with this custom massage.
Deep Tissue Massage
60 Mins $155
Deep tissue massage targets the deeper layers of the muscle, connective tissue and fascia. The practitioner will use firm pressure and massage techniques such as muscle stripping, friction and trigger point therapy, flushing the tissues of lactic acid and other metabolic waste, releasing problem areas and helping to relieve chronic pain.
Rehabilitative Sports Massage
60 Mins $175
Designed for professional and recreational athletes and for individuals maintaining regular exercise routines, restorative sports massage is used to stretch tight muscles, increase flexibility and alleviate physical stress in overworked muscles and connective tissue promoting preventative pain management and peak performance.
60 Mins $225
As a Master of SOMA Therapy with extensive Osteopathic training, Lu integrates a whole body or SOMA approach to his manual therapy and training techniques to achieve breakthroughs clients have been unable to achieve elsewhere.
Myofascial release’ is also a soft tissue therapy and is used for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain. It focuses primarily on the fascia and other connective tissues (Noting that some professionals say that all connective tissue could be described as fascia.)
Our fascia is the biological fabric that holds us together. It is a thin, tough, but elastic type of connective tissue that wraps around most of the structures in our body, including our muscles, providing support.
It is believed that our fascia can tighten; constricting our muscles, decreasing blood supply, causing pain and decreasing range of movement. It’s not exactly known why fascia can tighten, but osteopathic theory suggests that tightness may be caused by overuse, disease, trauma, infection or inactivity. The aim of myofascial release is to relax contracted muscles, improve lymphatic and blood circulation, and stimulate the ‘stretch reflex’, in our muscles.
With myofascial release, gentle, sustained pressure is applied to loosen and lengthen the constricting fascia. During this time, the practitioner may work on breaking down adhesions between the tissues. It may take several minutes for each specific area to be worked on for the tissues to be softened and re-aligned. This is generally done without the use of lubricants as the therapist needs to be able to accurately feel and manipulate the fibres of the fascia.