This therapeutic massage is designed to help reduce stress, release tension, and relieve pain. Aromatherapy and breath work are included within this massage, and CBD oil can be added for a small fee. This massage is preformed very slowly, thoroughly, with great attention to detail, and with a Swedish modality. Pressure can rage between light, medium, and firm.

*Because one massage does not fit all, we will create a unique and personalized massage that addresses your specific needs before we begin your session.

60 Minutes: $70 ($100-$140 for out-call)
90 Minutes: $100 ($140-$160 for out-call)


Thai Yoga Massage is a unique therapeutic form of bodywork that focuses on relieving muscular tension through assisted yoga-like stretching, pressure point therapy, energy meridian work, gentle twisting, rhythmic rocking, and muscle compressions. Hands, thumbs, and sometimes feet and elbows, are applied using a pressing technique to work the muscles, help release deep and superficial tension, as well as increase circulation, flexibility and range of motion. This massage is performed slowly to promote deep relaxation, and with the client remaining fully clothed except for feet. Hands and feet will receive concentration using lotion or cream with a reflexology approach. Scalp massage can be added if desired.

Workout or yoga type clothing are recommended for this session.

*In a 2-hour session, hands, feet, and scalp (if desired), will receive longer concentration.

*Traditionally Thai Yoga Massage is preformed on a padded mat placed on the floor, but can also be preformed on a massage table if getting on the floor is not feasible.

60 Minutes: $70 ($100-$140 for out-call)
90 Minutes: $100 ($140-$160 for out-call)
120 Minutes: $130 ($160-$180 for out-call)

Reflexology Massage (Hands + Feet)

If you haven’t experienced a reflexology session yet, you’ll be amazed at how relaxed and invigorated your whole body can become simply from working on the hands and feet. Reflexology involves placing pressure on specific areas of the hands and feet, in combination with massaging and stretching. It is an ideal therapy for those who are body-conscious as only the feet are exposed. It is also a great way to ease into the massage and bodywork lifestyle if you have never experienced massage or bodywork before.

Reflexology massage can be therapeutic for those suffering from plantar fasciitis, ankle injuries, carpal tunnel, or just simple have sore hands and feet.

60 Minutes: $70 ($100-$140 for out-call)

Prenatal Massage

Pregnancy is a beautiful – but often uncomfortable – time for a woman. As she grows new life within her body, she experiences aches, pains, and fatigue like she’s never known. Fortunately for expecting women, prenatal massage helps to relieve those symptoms so that they can enjoy the miracle that is their unborn baby.

The Benefits of Prenatal Massage

Massage is an important part of prenatal care. It not only relieves pregnancy discomfort, but it also allows your body to do what is necessary in order to keep you and your baby healthy. Here are a few things a prenatal massage can do for you:

  • Reduce stress;
  • Relieve back, neck, and head pain;
  • Reduce swelling;
  • Alleviate cramps;
  • Lessen stress on weight-bearing joints;
  • Improve sleep quality;
  • Encourage blood and lymph circulation;
  • Minimize anxiety and depression associated with hormones.

What to Expect During Your Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage differs from regular massage in a few ways, but the main modification you’ll notice is the position in which you lie. To alleviate extra strain on the lower back and pelvic areas that can occur with the pressure of massage techniques, you’ll lie on your side with soft, supportive cushions propping you up. Or, if you prefer during your second trimester, you may lie on your back with a soft wedge under one hip for elevation. Either way ensures your comfort while allowing your therapist the ability to apply the right amount of pressure where needed.

The most important thing to remember about prenatal massage is that communication with your therapist is key. She’ll work with you to find the ideal position, but you must let her know if you’re experiencing any pain or discomfort during the session.

Staying Safe During Prenatal Massage 

Women with normal, healthy pregnancies benefit greatly from regular prenatal massages. If, however, you have a high-risk pregnancy or are early in your first trimester, speak with your doctor or midwife before beginning a massage therapy program. While the benefits are available to you too, it’s important to get the go-ahead from your physician.

60 Minutes: $70 ($100-$140 for out-call)
90 Minutes: $100 ($140-$160 for out-call)
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