Massage Therapy Services
If you’ve ever had a massage, you know it can help reduce stress, but do you know the other health benefits that have been discovered in recent years? New studies report that not only does massage work to ease sore muscles after a workout, but just 10 minutes can actually reduce inflammation and help your body recover. And that’s just the beginning.
From pain relief and improving sleep to a stronger immunity and boosted brain power, massage is proving to be an effective, restorative therapy and health-supporting therapy.
Rates can range from:
1/2 hour: $25-35
1 hour: $50-65
Massage Therapist Team Lead
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Lexi Van Wyhe
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Woodlake (View Bio)
Choose from one of eight massage options available by appointment, and experience the benefits for yourself.
Swedish Massage – The most common type of massage therapy in the U.S., Swedish massage can be gentle and relaxing. Learn more
Deep Tissue Massage – Targeting the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue, deep tissue massage uses many of the same techniques but with increasing pressure. Learn more
Sports Massage –Using a combination of techniques, sports massage is designed to increase flexibility and loosen muscles. Learn more
Prenatal Massage – Increasingly popular among expectant mothers, a prenatal massage eases backaches, headaches, hip and leg tension and helps to reduce swelling in the hands and feet. Learn more
Cupping – Cupping has been around for centuries but recently became popular due to the 2016 Olympics. Cupping is performed through vacuum suction to separate the muscle, fascia and skin. Learn more
Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy – Barefoot massage has been practiced for eons by Buddhist monks and is a part of many eastern cultures. Learn more
Trigger Point Therapy – When a tight area of muscle causes pain in other parts of the body, trigger point therapy can help. Learn more
Hot Stone Massage – A variation of classic massage therapy, hot stone massage incorporates heated, flat stones to relax muscle tension allowing the therapist to work on muscles without applying a high degree of pressure. Learn more