A compassionate and natural approach to health care
All purpose healing
A popular massage style which focuses on moving circulation and lymphatic fluid within the body while simultaneously relaxing the superficial muscles. Swedish massage is appropriate for both prenatal and post natal individuals as well as those who require a more gentle and relaxing treatment.
Deep Tissue Massage
Long Lasting results
Also known as sports massage, this treatment is aimed at the deeper structures within the body including the muscle and fascia. This is a focused and firm treatment that can be utilized to help prevent injuries within the body by addressing structural imbalances and restoring functionality to areas that may be compromised.
An oriental practice dating back to 300 AD, cupping is a technique that uses plastic, glass or silicon cups as suction devices. These cups are placed on the skin to disperse and break up stagnation and congestion by drawing congested blood, energy or other humors to the surface. Cupping has been shown to help increase blood flow, decrease pain, reduce inflammation and decrease stress within the body.
An Ancient Tradition
Table Thai Massage
Balance Your Chi
A variation of traditional Thai Massage designed to be preformed on the table, clients remained fully clothed for the duration of this treatment. Table Thai uses passive stretching and gentle pressure along the body’s energy lines to increase flexibility, relieve muscle and joint tension and balance the body’s energy systems.
AyuRveDic sCALP Massage
Also known as Champissage, this is a relaxing and rejuvenating treatment which focuses exclusively on the scalp, face, head, neck and shoulders. This treatment is excellent at promoting hair growth and maintaining a healthy scalp. A variety of natural oils can be utilized depending on your individual concerns. Ayurvedic scalp massage works well for individuals who suffer from frequent headaches, insomnia or those with depleted energy levels.
When you have a strong inclination to benefit others, you will find that you are always happy.
- The Dalai Lama