Massage and Spa Services Brochure
From infancy to old age, massage has been found to enhance general health and well-being. It can truly be said, “Everyone can benefit from therapeutic massage.”
In addition to providing relaxation and relief from aches, pains, and the stresses of daily life, therapeutic massage has been shown to improve:
*NEW* Float Room
Flotation therapy increases blood flow, releases endorphins and assists the brain with achieving an alpha wave state of meditation; an excellent choice for people who need healing relaxation, but are not comfortable with a hands on massage.
Hands-on therapy to ease aches and pains and help the body’s own healing powers. Relieves stress, reduces anxiety, improves flexibility and improves blood and lymphatic circulation.
Deep Tissue Massage
Some of the benefits of a deep tissue massage are increased blood flow, stress relief, reduced chronic pain and lowered blood pressure.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Stimulates the lymphatic system to help eliminate toxins and boost the body’s immune system. Soothes and relaxes. An excellent choice for relieving the pain and swelling of sinusitis, lymphodema, swollen ankles and pre- and post-surgery.
Exceptionally gentle touch is used to achieve profound results. The primary aim is to enhance well being by releasing tensions and balancing the craniosacral rhythm within the body.
Long, stretching strokes are used to release muscular tensions. Manipulative in nature. Seeks to rebalance the body by releasing tension in the fascia.
Hot Stone Massage
A deeply soothing form of massage that uses smooth, heated stones to relax tight muscles.
Lava Shells Massage
Imagine a massage with shells that have been rubbed smooth by sand and heated from the inside to harness the life energy of the sea.
The chair usually slopes forward, allowing access to the large muscles of the back. On-site massage usually lasts between 15 and 30 minutes and is intended to relax muscles and improve circulation. On-site chair massage is also available at the work place, for groups, at sporting events, or for special occasions.
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Sauna & Wellness Services
Infrared saunas produce deep, soothing, penetrating heat that is easily absorbed by the body to relieve chronic pain, arthritis, bursitis, fibromyalgia and back pain. Heating the body in this way stimulates blood flow, which boosts energy, promotes healing, flushes toxins from the body and improves overall health. After your sauna, you may want to enjoy a warm to cool shower to regulate your body temperature back to normal.
This sauna uses a dry heat that helps relax muscles and detoxified the body of impurities. Great for arthritis and chronic pain. A sauna also can help relax muscles before your massage.
A 30 minute sauna session is equivalent to running one mile for the cardiovascular system.
Therapy that involves using thumbs and fingers to apply pressure to the feet or hands on reflex points that relate to organs, glands and the systems of the body. Reduces stress and toxins, which promotes the healing process in the body.
A simple but effective method for removing ear wax build-up, fungus and impaction from within the ear canal. Helps relieve the pain of sinus pressure and symptoms of swimmers ear.
Detoxifying body wrap with massage
Hydrates, detoxifies and provides metabolic stimulation. A nourishing mud mask is massaged into the skin, then secured with a warm wrap. Helps relieve tension, relax the body and increase energy levels.
Toning Facial Massage
Helps hydrate and purify the facial muscles and skin. Gentle massage of face helps to increase lymphatic and blood circulation of the facial muscles.
Ultimate Foot Package
Feet are soaked in warm water with Epsom salt, then scrubbed with sea salt. Mint green tea masque is applies and penetrates the skin for deeper relaxation. Warm towels are used to remove masque. Feet, ankles and calf muscles are massaged for the final touch.
Paraffin Wax and Massage
Hands/feet are immersed into into melted paraffin wax with essential oils, then wrapped in plastic and warm towels. Treatment ends with massage. Soothes tired and painful joints.
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*Gratuities not included
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