Raindrop Therapy: Raindrop Therapy is the drop application of Essential Oils onto the skin and then gentle massage into the skin for absorption throughout the body. The basic Essential Oils can release toxins, fight bacteria and viruses in the body.
Relaxation Massage: A gentle, soothing massage that helps the body release tension and stress. The focus is on blending the body, mind and spirit connection with soothing music, aromatherapy, and an integration of massage strokes.
Deep Muscle Therapy: Trigger point work, which utilizes the neuromuscular system to balance and normalize muscle function and reduce pain response. The client is always in control of the amount of pressure used.
Sports Massage: Beneficial for athletes pre- or post- event, or anyone who routinely stretches their physical limits through movement.
Swedish technique: Systematic strokes individualized according to the assessment of the client needs. Some strokes are soothing while others are stimulating and vigorous.
Cranio-Sacral Therapy: Based on the movement of cranial-sacral fluids through light touch and energy, the emphasis is to promote a balance of the fluids and to promote overall health.
Myofascial Release: Therapy for the release of muscle fascia. Using specifically gauged pressure in specific direction, the fascia warms and loosens, allowing deeper work to be accomplished.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage: A light stroke designed to help move lymphatic fluids through the body. Excellent for post-surgical or post-injury recovery where swelling is a result, and gives a boost to the immune system.
Hot Stone Therapy: Uses warmed stones as part of massage, typically as part of Relaxation or Deep Tissue massage.
Senior Massage with a Discount: Offered to customers 65 and over. Gentle techniques help increase circulation and relieve aches and pains.
Chair Massage: Primarily for back, neck and arms. Short duration, usually 20 minutes (can be 5, 10, 15, or 20 min, etc...). Massage is done through clothing. Good for on-site.
Pregnancy Massage: Offering relaxation and comfort to expectant women in all stages of pregnancy. Gentle, soothing, relaxation massage with special anatomical and positioning considerations.
Infant & Child Massage: A gentle, soothing experience for the child. Therapists can teach technique to parents, creating a great bonding experience for parents and children.
Somatic and Facilitated Stretching: Used jointly with massage, stretching will help to increase and maintain strength and flexibility. Stretching programs are often recommended as follow-up to most sessions. This tool is given to clients as a way to maintain the good effects received from massage.
Synchronized Massage: 60 or 90 minute massage given by two Massage Therapists working as one.
Side By Side Massage: Massage for two in the same room, available upon request.
Foot Reflexology: Based on the theory that pressure applied to specific spots on the feet stimulate corresponding areas in other parts of the body. This stimulation is thought to normalize function and increase circulation in the part of the body targeted. Incorporate it into your massage, or try a 60 minute Reflexology session with or without a foot soak.
Teaching Couple's Massage: Sessions taught by Jan Oltmanns, Nationally Certified Massage Therapist and Certified Teacher for Massage Therapy. The basic lesson requires a two hour appointment. Each person is taught massage techniques for one hour, and then the partners switch for the second hour of instruction. The first session concentrates on learning common massage strokes, and giving a good back massage. Other sessions would cover aspects of the eventual goal of a full body massage. There are six sessions available. Each two hour session is the price of two hours of massage, or $145.00.