Benefits of Massage
Massage does more than just relax your body and mind — there are specific physiological changes that occur, and even more so when massage is utilized as a preventative therapy and not simply mere luxury.
The physical changes massage brings to your body can have a positive effect in many areas of your life. Besides increasing relaxation and decreasing anxiety, massage lowers blood pressure, increases circulation, improves injury recovery, encourages deep sleep, and increases concentration. Massage reduces fatigue and gives you more energy to handle stressful situations.
Evidence shows that the more massage you can allow yourself, the better you’ll feel. Research has found that massage can be of benefit even in small doses (15 minutes of chair massage or half-hour table session). Also noted is that receiving massage on a more frequent basis is even more beneficial.
*Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Massage is available during office hours by our massage therapist:
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Pregnancy Massage with Jill
All massages are customized to the client’s needs with light, medium or deep tissue pressure. Massage is great for all ages including expecting mothers.
30 Minutes – $35
45 Minutes – $50
60 Minutes – $60
75 Minutes – $70
90 Minutes – $80
120 Minutes – $115
Hot Stone Massage:
60 Minutes – $70
90 Minutes – $95
120 Minutes – $120
* Please review contraindications
Hand or Feet – 45 Minutes – $45
Hot Stone Reflexology – 60 Minutes – $60
Add a 30-minute Reflexology session to any therapeutic massage for $35.00
Sinus Massage (15 Minutes) – $15
– 10 minutes – $10
– 15 minutes – $15
– 20 minutes – $20
*Hot Stone Massage Contraindications:
Blood clots or prone to blood clots
Cancer, chemotherapy or radiation treatments
Depressed immune system (lupus, HIV/AIDS, cancer, Epstein Barr, mononucleosis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, etc.)
High blood pressure
Inflammed skin conditions
Open wounds or sores
Peripheral vascular disorder
Taking medications that have side effects to heat (please check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not certain.)