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Massage Explanations

Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy - Aggressive deep tissue massage applied by the therapist's feet while utilizing gravity. Therapist is supported by two suspended bars. Oil or cream is used.

Ashi Thai - A modified version of traditional Thai massage utilizing ashiatsu and Thai massage techniques. Therapist is supported by two suspended bars while applying compression and passive stretches. This is a clothed massage. No oil or cream is used.

Deep Tissue Massage - Massage techniques focusing on deeper layers of body tissue. Tends to have a deeper pressure and is more intensive in problem areas.

Gua Sha - A muscle scraping technique using a special gua gha tool. Helps break down adhesions and scar tissue that have built up  due to injury, surgery, or repetitive use.

Hot Stone Massage - Relaxing or therapeutic massage technique using heat and pressure from the stone to melt away the built up muscular tension.

Infant Massage - An instructional series, for parents with young infants (less than 12 months), teaching the parents how to introduce massage, bond, and provide relief. Usually 4-5 sessions.

Prenatal Massage - Massage for women during their pregnancy, with modified positioning, keeping in mind the bodily changes during this exciting time.

Reflexology - Feet, hand and sometimes ear reflexive points are utilized based on the East Asian reflexology mapping. Often used for relaxation, relief, stimulating reflex organs and emotional wellness.

Swedish Massage - Standard Western style massage for relaxation or stimulating the body. Uses five basic stroke techniques.

Therapeutic Massage - Integrated bodywork focusing around a specific condition or problem area. Can be either intensive or gentle as needed.