Experience a unique total body massage with Hawaiian basalt stones and aromatherapy. This method uses heated or chilled stones that lay over the targeted muscle group to relax the muscles and allow the therapist to manipulate the muscle with less stress and prevent pain.
Experience an invigorating hour of relaxation. Swedish massage is the massage technique in which gentle strokes are used to manipulate the soft tissues of the body to establish or maintain proper bodily health and to stabilize and relax the mind.
This massage technique releases chronic muscle tension through slower strokes and more direct pressure. Relieve some tension of the mind and body with a half hour or a full hour deep tissue massage.
This massage technique focuses on the abdomen to stretch the ligaments in preparation for childbirth. By lessening the stress on the abdomen, it relieves the discomfort and swelling of the legs and allows the mother-to-be to relax.
The Sports massage is for the athlete who wants to perform his/her best during an upcoming big game or sporting event. Not only manual manipulation of the muscle is performed, active stretching is involved to achieve the desired results of increased flexibility and enhanced circulation.
The Lymph Cleansing massage is a gentle and non-aggressive manipulation of lymph nodes. This action clears the lymph nodes of toxins and promotes them to open and drain, promoting better health and immune system response.
The raindrop technique involves the amazing power of essential oils, mixed with a variety of massage techniques including back massage, vita flex massage and heat application. The technique is designed to bring the body back into structural and electrical alignment. Often many types of spinal problems and misalignments are caused by toxins that lie dormant within the spine. The use of essential oils helps to dispose of these viruses within the spine, helping its structure return to normal.
Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands, or ears. Reflexologists believe that these reflex points correspond to different body organs and systems, and that pressing them has a beneficial effect on the person's health.