Services and Pricing


  • 30 minutes $55
  • 60 minutes $110
  • 90 minutes $165
  • 120 minutes $220



Ashiatsu Barefoot Therapy

Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy™ (AOBT) is Asian barefoot massage. “Ashi” means “foot,” and “atsu” means “pressure.” Oils and lotion are applied to the body, and soft, clean, bare feet give a rhythmic and deep Swedish massage. Parallel bars are overhead, used for the therapist’s balance and control. When I perform Ashiatsu my clients swear it feels like hands. My feet have natural dexterity allowing me the precision required provide therapeutic value. The broad surface area of the foot enables deeper painless massage. Most everyone who tries it LOVES Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage. Check out my Ashiatsu video here.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage is a western massage that address the specific needs or concerns of the athlete or athletic person. A compilation of various deep tissue techniques are used to meet specific individual goals. Often times the therapist will have you work with her by resisting or flexing certain muscle groups. This is an intense restorative massage great for returning your range of motion and enhancing performance.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Manual lymph drainage massage (also called lymphatic drainage and lymph massage) is a form of very light massage that encourages lymph flow in the body. It is particularly good for detoxification, edema, pre and post-plastic surgery and post-liposuction. It can also help with cellulite treatments, scar tissue, spider veins, redness and acne.The lymph system both delivers nutrients to the cells and carries away excess water, cellular waste, bacteria, viruses and toxins.A therapist trained in lymph drainage massage stimulates the lymph system with extremely light, circular pumping movements. By stimulating the lymphatic system, the therapist helps drain puffy, swollen tissues, supports the body’s immune system, helps the body heal from surgery, and aids in the body’s natural waste removal or detoxification.

Hand and Foot Reflexology

Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet, hands and ears. Reflexology is generally relaxing and may be an effective way to alleviate stress.

The theory behind reflexology is that these areas correspond to organs and systems of the body. Proponents believe that pressure applied to these areas affects the organs and benefits the person’s health.

Reflexologists use foot charts to guide them as they apply pressure to specific areas. Sometimes these practitioners use items, such as rubber balls, rubber bands and sticks of wood, to assist in their work. Practitioners of reflexology include chiropractors, physical therapists and massage therapists, among others.

Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular therapy (NMT) is a precise, thorough examination and treatment of the body’s soft tissues using regionally oriented protocols that are taught in a step-by-step process. These time-tested, hands-on techniques are built upon a science-based foundation and guided by clinical evidence. NMT can integrate well into any practice setting and is frequently included in mainstream medicine, integrative medicine, chiropractic care, and multidisciplinary clinics worldwide.
In addition, NMT considers perpetuating factors that may be associated with the client’s complaints. For example, when a client presents with shoulder pain, the upper extremity protocol will be used as the primary examination.

Clinical Massage

Clinical Massage focuses on discovery of the root cause of your musculoskeletal or soft tissue diagnosis and your rehabilitation. This is generally deep therapeutic work using multiple modalities combined with stretching. Some common ailments clinical massage is successful with resolving are TMJ, Forward Head Carriage, Carpal Tunnel, Nerve pain from impingement and compression of the spine, sciatica, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, knee problems, shin splints, calf cramps, and plantar fasciitis.

Maternity Massage

Massage therapy during pregnancy is a wonderful complementary choice for prenatal care. It is a healthy way to reduce stress and promote overall wellness. Massage relieves many of the normal discomforts experienced during pregnancy, such as backaches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and edema (or swelling).

In addition, massage for pregnant women reduces stress on weight-bearing joints, encourages blood and lymph circulation, helps to relax nervous tension — which aids in better sleep — and can help relieve depression or anxiety caused by hormonal changes.


Dating back 5,000 years, the therapy is a form of acupuncture, and is based on the idea that suction from the cups draws the skin up and mobilizes blood and energy around the body.

‘If someone is under stress, or they’ve suffered a physical trauma like a pulled shoulder, the energy in their body can become stagnated,’Cupping enables the blood and energy to move again and travel to the area to begin the healing process.

‘It can also have good results if someone is coming down with a cold. The suction can help to stop the cold penetrating further into the system.’

Swedish Massage

The most commonly used form of classical Western massage, generally performed in the direction of the heart, sometimes with active or passive movement of the joints. It is used especially for relaxation, relief of muscular tension, and improvement of circulation and range of motion. Utilizing massage techniques that include effleurage, pétrissage, friction, vibration, and tapotement. Swedish massage is intended to improve circulation and tissue elasticity while reducing muscle tightness and pain.

Thermal Ultrasound Therapy

Thermal Ultrasound Therapy uses a continuous transmission of sound waves to alleviate pain and promote healing. The sound waves create microscopic vibrations in the deep tissue molecules, increasing heat and friction. The warming effect encourages healing in the soft tissues by increasing the metabolism at the level of the tissue cells.