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Specialty Massages

Help your immune system during these adverse times, even if you feel well, help your immune system with a light touch, Lymphatic Drainage Massage. This massage helps boost your immune system and can help decrease edema(swelling) to extremities. 

Release tensions and restrictions deep in your body with light touch and small movement by your therapist. Begin to recognize the rhythm of your own body with Craniosacral Therapy.

Release those tensions in your scalp, facial muscles, hardworking hands and feet with a relaxing Scalp, Hand, and Foot Massage.

 

Improve quality of life, relaxation, sleep and immune function. Relieve anxiety, pain, fatigue and nausea with and Oncology Massage.  

Induce harmony, calm and peace with Reiki throughout your well-being.

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60 Minute: $85

What is Lymphatic Drainage?

Lymphatic therapy addresses the lymphatic system, an important part of the immune system. This treatment uses very light, gentle and rhythmic movements to increase flow of lymphatic fluid through the system. Lymphatic drainage treatment is highly effective in reducing inflammation, especially post-surgery or after injury, such as sports injuries.

 

Other benefits of lymphatic drainage massage include boosting the immune system, reducing swelling, decreasing lipedema & lymphedema pain, reducing stress, depression, pain and fatigue. It is also helpful with improving sleep and rejuvenation. Lymphatic drainage can also help stimulate the immune response when recovering from an illness, or when struggling with handling seasonal changes.

 

Lymphatic drainage treatments have been successful when treating clients suffering from fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and Lyme disease. 

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What is Craniosacral Therapy?

Craniosacral Therapy is a manual therapy using light-touch to gently manipulate structures affecting the cerebrospinal fluid. The cerebrospinal fluid is in the dural membrane system. Through the palpation of this system, the therapist is able to discern where there are restrictions in the tissues and release them using safe and gentle techniques. Treatment assists in releasing tensions deep in the body, leading to physical & mental balance, relief of pain & dysfunction, and improved function.

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What is the Scalp, Hand, and Foot Massage?

Clear your head, moisturize your hands and feet with this focused massage.  This massage will provide deep relaxation, eases headaches, releases tension, and calms, soothes and enhances your well-being. This healing treatment is a relaxing alternative to full-body massage. The hands, feet, and scalp are rich in nerve endings and acupressure points, yet they are often neglected. Begin with a revitalizing scalp and face. Followed by a massage for your hardworking hands and feet. Includes your choice of Aromatherapy and ending with a hot, steamy towel to your feet.

60 Minute: $85

What is Oncology Massage?

Oncology massage is a form of non-invasive, compassionate touch. It uses light touch and slow, steady movements, working with the central nervous system to help the body relax. Prior to having massage you will need the approval from your provider before undergoing oncology massage to make sure it is right for you. Benefits: tolerate side effects of cancer treatments, reduces stress/anxiety, improves sleep, reduction of pain.

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60 Minute: $75 (Reiki Session)
90 Minute: $120 (Reiki Massage)

What is Reiki?

A Japanese system of healing and inner self growth created by Dr. Mikao Usui, referred to by his students Usui-Sensei.  It is a form of non-invasive energy healing, which promotes one’s own body to heal itself.  It is also a technique used for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing simultaneously.  It helps balance one’s physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual body and energies.  It is considered in the category of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine in the USA.  The pronunciation of Reiki in the western world has been adapted to the English alphabet and is commonly pronounced as “Ray-Key.”

Reiki is most commonly described as a “laying on of hands” on a client who is fully clothed while on a massage table with shoes removed.  A session can either be hands-on, where an RP or an RMT applies light touch during the treatment, or hands-off, where they will hold their hands slightly above the client’s body, or a combination of both hands-on and hands-off techniques.  If the client prefers one over the other, they may bring this up prior to the treatment starting.   Treatment will then proceed with the Practitioner moving through specific Reiki hand positions. 

 

Treatment is based on the concept that the Reiki Practitioner is a channel or conduit for the “Life-Force Energy,” which is found in all beings, and used to heal and restore balance. Reiki works on and with the client’s biofield (aura) and energy centers (chakras) to clear stagnant “Ki” flow, to clear blockages in the energetic field and centers, and restore balance overall. 

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