Bodywork Services

Deep Tissue

This technique address specific muscles and muscle groups. The practitioners are trained to fix specific problems. It offers fast results for both pain and stress. Cross fiber is one type of deep tissue work that may be applied. If you rub across dehydrated and stuck together fibers they would release and the healthy state of muscle would be restored. Cross fiber begins gently and progresses deeply as the outer layer of muscles relax. This allows the therapist to reach the second and third layers of muscles.  

All therapists


Chair Massage

This is usually a short session, for relaxation in any atmosphere. You are fully clothed in a special chair designed to relax you. Because the chair is completely portable, you may see chair massage at the airport or health club. You can also have them come to your office or business to massage the staff or guests at a party. 

Gretchen, Jocelyn


Couples

Our Earthroom downstairs  offers a beautiful and spacious room for up to three clients at a time. It's mostly used for couples that would like an intimate massage treatment. When booking online you will need to individually book. Please choose Earthroom and couples room. 

All Therapists


Craniosacral Therapy


Within the craniosacral system is the cerebrospinal fluid that moves in a slight but perceptible tide like manner. Craniosacral therapists assist in facilitating change in areas of restriction where this tide like motion is limited, confined, and immobilized. By using a gentle light touch, this fluid becomes more rhythmic and balanced, and the central nervous system is restored. Craniosacral Therapy is helpful to those with nervous disorders, motor-coordination impairments, attention deficit disorders, insomnia, and other problems. Craniosacral Therapy was originally developed in the early 1900’s by an osteopath named William G. Sutherland and later refined and promoted by Dr. John Upledger. 

Christina, Gretchen and Meg


MeddiCupping


This is an eastern technique used create a negative pressure allowing fluids & toxins to be eliminated. This process also brings blood flow to the muscle loosening adhesions.The machine can help with IBS, Fibromayalgia, neuropathy, plantarfacitis, lymphatic drainage, body contouring(break up cellulite), and many more.

Gretchen only.


Guasha


This is an eastern massage technique that utilizes a porcelain soup spoon to scrap the area of restriction with a thick cream or lubricant. This technique removes blood stagnation brings a great deal of blood flow & circulation to the affected muscle. 

Gretchen, Meg and Christina


Hot Stone Massage


Developed in the Midwest for use in health spas, this technique uses stones that have been heated. These stones are positioned on the body and some are gently moved about with light pressure being exerted on the warm stones.  

Gretchen, Sherri, Jocelyn, Marybeth, Meg And Ellen


Kinesio Taping


The Kinesio Taping Method is designed to faciliate the body's natural healing process while allowing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body's range of motion. The tape is hypoallergenic, water resistant and can stay on approximately 3-5 days. A treatement can be used for acute, sun acute, rehabilitative and chronic issues. It can be used with other modalitlites to enhance your results. 

Gretchen & Meg


Myobars

Myobars are stainless steel tools to help free adhesions and release stuck fascia. 

Gretchen Only


Myofascial Release


Release therapy on all muscles, arteries, bones, organs, ect. Are held together by a saran wrap kind of tissue called fascia. Developed in the late 1960’s by John Barnes, Myofascial Release works by the manipulation of the fascia that connects and surrounds muscles. Because the fascia is body-wide, a tension or trauma in one part of the body can affect another part. The fascia responds to the trained touch to release the adverse effects of inflammation, tensions and trauma. 

All Therapists


NMT

This is a deep stripping technique of the fibrous muscle tissue. NMT works with trigger points in the muscle to release restrictions and bring blood & nutrients to the area. 

Gretchen, Christina and Jocelyn


Neuromuscular Therapy


Neuromuscular therapy is a program of recovery from acute and chronic pain syndromes by utilizing specific massage therapy, including the pressure of trigger points, to eliminate the causes of pain patterns. This approach brings about balance between the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system. It enhances the function of joints, muscles, and movement, and it releases endorphins, the body’s own natural pain killers. 

Gretchen, Jocelyn and Meg


Pregnancy Massage


Pregnancy places strong demands on a woman’s body and is a time for the body to be nurtures and pampered. This massage not only relieves the tensions and aches caused by the extra weight and shift in the center of gravity to the body, but it reduces swelling, soothes the nervous system, acts as a tonic, reduces fatigue, and enhances energy. 

All therapists


Reflexology


Popularized in the United States by physiotherapist Eunice Inghram in the 1930’s, this is an acupressure type technique performed on hands and feet and is based on the ancient Oriental theory that meridians lines or pathways carry energy throughout the body. Because each zone or part of the body has a corresponding reflex point on the feet, stimulating that reflex point causes stimulation in the natural energy of the related organ. Crystalline- type deposits and/or tenderness indicate a dysfunction, and pressure is applied to clear out congestion and restore normal functioning and health. 

Gretchen, Meg and Sherri


Sports Massage


This special form of massage is typically used before, during, and after athletic events to prepare the athlete for peak performance, to drain away fatigue, to relieve swelling, to reduce muscle tension, to promote flexibility and to prevent injuries. Depending on the needs of the athlete, a variety of techniques are used including classic Swedish strokes, cross fiber friction, pressure-point work, and joint mobilization.

Gretchen, Jocelyn and Meg


Structural Integration


This term was created by American biochemist Dr. Ida Rolf in the 1930’s. She maintained that when one part of the body is out of balance or misaligned, the rest of the body attempts to compensate until the entire structure is weakened. Even from birth, the general pressures of life and gravity push our bodies out of alignment. By manipulating the myofascial tissue in a ten session series, each building on the previous one, practitioners assist the body to reorganize, lengthen, and intergrades itself into wholeness. Rated deep.  

Gretchen and Christina


Swedish Massage


Swedish massage is now known as “traditional” massage. In the 1820’s a Swedish doctor, Dr. Per Henrink Ling, developed the first modern method of massage through his study of physiology, gymnastics, and the massage techniques barrowed from China, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Swedish massage includes long gliding strokes, kneading, friction, tapping, and shaking motions. It is effective for most ailments, because massaging produces a positive effect on all layers and systems of the body. It affects the nerves, muscles, glands, and circulation, and promotes health and wellbeing. 

All therapists


Swe –Thai


This is a flowing combination of Swedish massage blended with Thai massage preformed on the table. Long flowing strokes combined with gentle rhythmic stretching.

Ellen only