We strive to reduce stress, pain, and inflammation while boosting circulation, lymphatic flow, and immune function!

medical massage

Medical Massage sessions focus on addressing specific health concerns or conditions, traditionally more clinical in nature rather than purely for relaxation.

These sessions may involve the use of specific techniques tailored to a client's needs, such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, or trigger point therapy, with the goal of alleviating pain, reducing muscle tension, inflammation, pain, or addressing other physical issues.



Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique (SMRT) is a positional release modality. The principles of SMRT are similar to Strain Counterstrain and PRT.

During SMRT, your therapist uses a super light touch, almost like they're gently nudging your muscles in the right direction. No intense pressure or kneading here! It's more like a subtle dance where your muscles get the chance to let go of tension on their own terms.

But the really cool part? SMRT doesn't just focus on the sore spots; it's like a holistic experience for your entire body. It helps your muscles, joints, and even your nervous system find harmony. It's like hitting the refresh button on your body's natural healing abilities!


Thai Bodywork

Imagine lying on a comfy mat while a skilled therapist uses their hands, elbows, and even their feet to work magic on your body.

Thai bodywork is like yoga, massage, and a gentle stretch all rolled into one awesome experience.

We'll use a mix of compressive techniques, stretching, and contract/relax exercises to help release tension and improve your flexibility. It's like getting a full-body tune-up!

You might even feel like you're doing yoga without having to do any of the work yourself.

Sport Massage

Sports Massage is a hands-on treatment designed to help your muscles and body recover from the demands of sports and physical activities. During a sports massage, they might use deep pressure, kneading, stretching, and even some fancy techniques to work out those kinks and knots. It's all about boosting circulation, getting rid of waste products, and promoting healing.

The best part: Sports massage can help prevent injuries, improve your performance, and speed up your recovery time. So, whether you're a weekend warrior or a pro athlete, it's like having a secret weapon in your fitness arsenal.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is all about easing tension and promoting relaxation. It's like a reset button for your muscles and stress levels. The therapist might use some oil or lotion to make their hands glide smoothly over your skin.

deep tissue

Deep Tissue is like the ultimate reset button for your tired, achy muscles. It's not your typical spa-style massage; it's more like a superhero massage that goes deep to tackle those stubborn knots and tension.

A deep tissue restorative massage is like someone gently but firmly undoing knots, one by one. The therapist uses slow, deliberate strokes with their fingers, knuckles, and sometimes even their elbows to really get into those tight spots.

If you're dealing with chronic pain, stiffness, or just need some serious muscle TLC, deep tissue restorative massage therapy is INCREDIBLE!