Summary of Services
Wellness Massage – 1 Hour – $60, Package of 4 – $216 (10% savings per visit)
Stress Relief | Minor Aches and Pains | Joint Stretching
If you don’t know exactly that you need, this is the massage to start. This thorough, full-body massage explores the areas of tension and pain in your body while providing all-around stress relief and wellness support. Shannon uses a range of techniques and pressures to get at the problem areas without strain to your body. Come in, take a deep breath, and let your chronic aches go.
Table Thai – 30 minutes – $28
Stretching | Clothed | Brief
This ancient massage tradition relies on therapeutic stretching of your muscles and joints, with yoga-inspired techniques. The stretches and compressions of Table thai will loosen the body, improve mobility, reduce pain, and relieve stress. Because you are fully clothed during this shorter massage, it is the perfect step for anyone who wants to begin experimenting with massage, but are a little unsure.
Sports Massage – 1 Hour – $60, Package of 4 – $216 (10% savings per visit)
Support Athletic Training | Improved Recovery | Relaxing
Whether you’re a dedicated weekend jogger or a semi-pro athlete, if you’re serious about your sport, you know how important it is to support your body by eating right, drinking right, and stretching it out. Sports massage before or after an intense training can counter muscle fatigue, and promote quicker recovery. This means you’ll be lowering your risk for strains, while increasing your range of motion. Shannon’s technique includes traditional muscle massage, as well as joint stretching to target areas that you may have worked or injured.
Issue Specific Treatment (Medical/Clinical Massage) – 1 Hour – $75, Package of 4 – $270 (10% savings per visit)
Targeted | Pain Relief | Healing
Medical/Clinical massage is a part of a larger treatment plan. The careful, focused work relieves pain and promotes healing of medically diagnosed conditions and injuries. A wide range of techniques can be used to release points of pressure, improve flexibility and mobility, reduce swelling, and increase circulation to affected areas without straining your body.
Your doctor needs to be informed when you are using massage as part of your overall treatment plan so that he or she can assess any possible complications and monitor your progress.