Your massage will likely include hot-stone therapy, trigger point therapy, neuromuscular/myofascial release, deep tissue manipulation, cupping therapy, and/or Reiki (gentle energy work) and stretching if needed. It's up to you! I use 100% organic coconut oil and Doterra Essential Oils with each treatment.
A full one-hour healing massage, custom-designed to fit your health and wellness goals. The time can be used for a general- relaxation massage or to focus on specific pain or problem areas in the body.
I love the 75-minute massage! It offers enough time to focus on healing problem areas in the body and allows plenty of time for the tissue to warm up for a deeper tissue massage.
This is the best way to experience a healing therapeutic, restorative, rehabilitating massage.
90 minutes leaves enough time for a massage that will most likely include deep tissue, trigger point therapy, neuromuscular therapy, and myofascial release as well as cupping (if you choose) and focusing on problem areas of the body.
Treat yourself or a loved one to this truly blissful 2-hour treatment. This full-body relaxation massage incorporates energy work, hot stones, and the powerful benefits of 7 or more essential oils that correlate with the 7 Chakras. You will feel spiritually, mentally, and physically balanced and extremely relaxed after this treatment.
Cupping therapy is an ancient form of healing in which the therapist places cups (usually made from silicone or plastic) on the skin and creates a suction or vacuum, which then decompresses the affected fascia and muscle. Cupping helps with inflammation, stimulates blood flow, relieves pain and spasms, and offers a general feeling of well-being and relief. Yes, there are marks left on the body, but usually, there is no pain associated with cupping marks, as opposed to a bruise or contusion. Cupping is safe and very useful if administered correctly. Most professional athletes have cupping therapy as part of their regular physical maintenance and healing solutions. I highly recommend cupping as an addition to your treatment, especially if you have hyper-tonic/tight areas or any area with nagging pain.