Gentle and genuine care to bring comfort, relief, and relaxation for individuals in need, massage therapy is a recommended part of treatment for the critically ill.

  • Helps control discomfort and pain
  • Improves mobility
  • Brings positivity and body awareness
  • Eases the emotional and physical discomforts
  • Reduces disorientation and confusion

Care for your body with extra attention to specific areas in need. Deep Tissue Massages target the deepest layers of muscles, tendons, and fascia to provide necessary pressure on those tired and sore areas. It is one of the most physically beneficial treatments recommended for stress and pain.

Deep Tissue Benefits:
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Reduces stress levels and heart rate
  • Relieves muscle pain
  • Breaks up scar tissue
  • Treats Arthritis symptoms

A specific massage designed to enhance athletic performance, Sport Massages focus on improving one's athletic potential by identifying and eliminating possible ricks of injury, and healing injured muscle tissue. It is not reserved for just highly competitive athletes. The techniques are effective to any active persons stemming from overuse, physical activity, and muscle strain.

Sports Massage Benefits:
  • Stretches and broadens muscles, tendons, and ligaments
  • Reduces muscle spasms
  • Prevents possible injuries
  • Improves circulation and oxygen flow
  • Restores mobility and flexibility

An Eastern practice to restore energy and balance, Shiatsu applies pressure of the fingers to strategic points in the body to harmoniously heal the mind, body, and soul. Through this technique, the body is revitalized into a new being beyond past troubles.

Shiatsu Benefits:
  • Relieves headaches
  • Helps against fatigue or insomnia
  • Reduces high blood pressure
  • Loosens nervous tensions
  • Stretches sore and stiff muscles

A form of compression massage, Reflexology applies its techniques on the hands and feet as they are closely related to all regions in the body.

Reflexology Benefits:
  • Stimulates the body’s own healing ability
  • Relieves headaches and tension
  • Improves blood supply
  • Regulates body functions
  • Removes toxins

Either bracing and vigorous or gentle and relaxing, a Swedish Massage uses long strokes, kneading, deep circular movements, vibration, and tapping to improve the body’s hormonal response and immune function. It is the perfect remedy to a long, difficult day.

Swedish Massage Benefits:
  • Undoes knots
  • Decreases pain
  • Increase blood circulation
  • Removes lymph and metabolic waste
  • Relaxes mind and stress

Treat yourself to a healing and effective experience. Hot Stone Massage supplies direct heat from stones to relax muscles, allowing the therapist access to deeper muscle layers. This treatment encourages you to let go and have your problems melt away.

Hot Stone Massage Benefits:
  • Melts away tension
  • Eases muscle stiffness
  • Increases circulation and metabolism
  • Relieves chronic pain
  • Promotes deep relaxation

Get in touch with your inner self through this deep relaxing massage. Thai Massage uses gentle pressure on energy lines and yoga-like stretching to heal the body. Allow yourself to feel more refreshed than ever before.

Thai Massage Benefits:
  • Improves personal outlook and emotional state
  • Provides true relaxation
  • Increase healthier muscles and energy
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Enhances circulation and oxygen flow

Why Massage Matters

Massage benefits the circulatory system by:
  • Helping to develop a stronger heart
  • Improving oxygen supply to cells
  • Improving the supply of nutrients to cells
  • Elimination of metabolic wastes
  • Decreasing blood pressure
  • Massage benefits the digestive system by:
  • Relaxing the abdominal and intestinal muscles
  • Relieving tension
  • Stimulating activity of liver and kidneys
  • Eliminating waste material

Massage benefits the muscular system by:
  • Relaxing and stimulating muscles
  • Reducing fibrosis and adhesions in muscles and connective tissue
  • Helping to keep muscles flexible and pliable

Massage benefits the nervous system by:
  • Stimulating motor nerve points
  • Relieving restlessness and insomnia
  • Promoting a sense of well-being
  • Relieving Pain

Massage benefits the respiratory system by:
  • Developing respiratory muscles
  • Assisting in proper breathing
Massage benefits the lymph system by:
  • Increasing circulation of lymph
  • Cleansing the body of metabolic wastes

Massage benefits the skin by:
  • Stimulating blood to better nourish skin
  • Improving tone and elasticity of skin
  • Helping to normalize glandular functions

Massage benefits the skeletal system by:
  • Improving body alignment
  • Relieving stiff joints