Massage therapy


Why Massage?

Look, Feel, and Be Free of Pain!

Everyday activities from sitting at your desk, driving, running, surfing and simply playing with your children or granchildren can become a source of repetitive movement patterns that tighten muscles and create pain. Old injuries, automobile accidents, and even surgeries create scar tissue that tighten the surrounding fascia and restrict motion which results in pain.

Massage therapy offers pain relief by breaking up scar tissue which helps increase hydration to the tissue and promote circulation. This results in less restrictions and improved mobility so you can get back to the things you enjoy doing with less pain.


Swedish Massage

Consists of long gliding and friction strokes applied to superficial tissues of the body for relaxation and rejuvenation.


Reflexology Massage

Stimulation of defined points on the feet, hands and ears.


Myofascial Massage

Techniques are used to break up restrictions, adhesions and build up of fascia through the slow manipulation of the muscle tissue.


Cupping Therapy

Cups are placed in skin to create suction for pain relief, to reduce inflammation and increase blood flow to stagnant areas on the body.


Trigger Point Massage

Trigger point techniques focus on the meeting point between a nerve cell and the muscle cell that it controls. This technique lengthens and separates fibers freeing them up to allow more muscle movement.