Every massage is suited for your individual needs.
Swedish: This technique is meant to soothe and calm. The pressure is on the lighter side.
Deep Tissue: Similar to Swedish but with a more intense pressure intended to expel and relieve muscle tension.
Neuromuscular Therapy/Trigger Point Therapy: Used for stubborn areas of painful tension. The focus is direct and the pressure varies in strength.
Sports & Fitness Massage: A mix of deep tissue techniques along with stretching. This is popular with people who have a regular fitness routine.
Myofascial Release: Works and stretches the connective tissue. It helps the fascia in maintaining flexibility and strength. Varies in pressure.
Arrival: Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your session so that you have plenty of time to fill out necessary paper work (if you’re a new client), speak with your therapist about any questions or concerns and prepare for the table. If you arrive late, your session may be shortened to accommodate appointments following yours. Regardless of the length of the treatment actually given, you’ll be responsible for the full session. Depending on how late you arrive, your therapist will determine if there’s enough time for a treatment.
Cancellation Policy: Please let us know if you need to cancel your appointment within 24 hours of your scheduled appointment. If you fail to give a 24-hour notice of cancellation, you’ll be charged the full amount. Some exceptions may be made for emergencies. Anyone who fails to show up for a scheduled appointment without proper notice, will be charged the full amount.
Health Conditions: Please do not book an appointment if you feel like you may have the flu/cold/fever or if you have any health concerns that may require recovery time or need to be treated by a physician.
Pregnancy: If you are pregnant, please let us know upon booking. It’s important that you receive a specific style of massage therapy, and certain precautions must be taken.
Discomfort: Should you experience any discomfort during the session in any way, please let your therapist know.