Relaxation Massage: 25 MIN – $40 | 50 MIN – $ 70 | 75 MIN – $ 105 |100 MIN –$145

It is one of the most relaxing types of massage to receive as it works over the whole body. The general techniques are gliding, kneading, tapping, and vibrating or shaking; used on different muscles in the body depending on the desired result. With a Swedish massage, the therapist can target specific areas to work out the kinks or you can have a full body treatment. To enhance the relaxing nature of the experience your session can include aromatherapy.

Deep Tissue Massage: 25 MIN – $45 | 50 MIN – $ 80 | 75 MIN – $ 120

Deep tissue massage can indeed have a significant amount of pressure behind certain techniques but deep tissue always has a goal. It is used on ailments like chronic pain, recovery from injuries, limited mobility, postural problems and muscle tension or spasm, among others. Deep tissue massage is commonly thought of as a, ‘no pain, no gain’ type of massage, that is not actually the case. If you ever feel that the therapist is applying too much pressure, tell them right away. A Deep tissue massage will,  however be uncomfortable but not painful.

Hot-Stone Massage: 50 MIN – $ 80 | 75 MIN – $ 120

Hot stone massage is a natural therapy in which warmed stones are positioned on parts of the client’s body of to maximize the therapeutic benefit. The stones used are typically river rocks or other very smooth-surfaced stones made of basalt. These stones are heated in sanitizing water before use. The high iron content in basalt helps the stones retain heat during the massage. Hot stone massage is beneficial on both physical and psychological levels. It has the same benefits as a deep tissue massage and trigger point work. The added benefit is heat that penetrates the muscle and tendon providing deeper work with less pressure. The smooth texture of the rock and the heat provides dramatic stress reducing results.


Stretching is a form of exercise that is used to deliberately flexed or stretched a muscle or muscle group in order to improve the muscle’s control, flexibility and range of motion. Stretching is also used therapeutically to alleviate cramps.