Get to the root

Explore the many ways that therapeutic massage may ease your body and your mind, all in the comfort of your own home. Your service options for the following modalities include single massages, massage packages, discounted massage memberships, couples massage or four sessions in one location on the same day.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue Massage helps treat muscle pain and improve stiffness in people who have experienced sports injuries and in individuals with chronic pain. The modality’s slow, deep strokes target the inner layers of the muscles and connective tissues.

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Manual Lymphatic Drainage 

With light pressure, Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage gently manipulates lymphatic fluid to help increase lymph movement toward working lymph nodes. With gentle pressure applied in specific directions, it also stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system. 

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Postnatal Massage

A series of Postnatal Massage sessions addresses aches and pains and focuses on the hips and abdominal region to help get your body back to where it was before you gave birth. It can also help with any discomfort in the shoulders, arms and neck from breastfeeding.

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Prenatal Massage

Research shows Prenatal Massage can help reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, relieve muscle aches and joint pain and improve labor outcomes and newborn health. Side-lying postures are used to prevent putting pressure on the abdomen.

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Structural Integration

Sometimes known as Rolfing, Structural Integration aims to align the body with the force of gravity. This technique works with the body’s fascia, or connective tissue, to provide clients with a greater sense of awareness and comfort in their bodies after 10 sessions.

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Swedish Massage

The gentle techniques of Swedish Massage — employing long, kneading strokes of the uppermost layer of muscles and with special attention paid to the joints — can reduce anxiety and enable you to stop, take a breath and relax, relieving your mind of the inherent stress we all experience in our daily lives.

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