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Massages

Types of massages:

Outer Peace Relief For the Back

This treatment applies to Athletes, Dancers, or for anyone suffering from back acne. 1 HR.......$100.00

Stress Relieving Body Massage Treatment
Start with a gentle exfoliating treatment that will leave your skin silky and smooth, than an application of our Aromatherapy anti-stress oils applied , followed by relaxing body massage.. 1HR........$155.00

Reflexology Massage
Reflexology is the practice of applying pressure to the feet and hands utilizing specific thumb, finger and hand techniques without the use of oil, cream or lotion based on a system of zones and reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands with a premise that such work effects a physical change in the body. 1HR........$100.00
This massage can be combined with Salt Scrub, Hot Stone Therapy for additional $25.00


Lymphatic Drainage
Primarily focuses on specific lymph nodes and points of the body, as well as the natural flow of the lymphatic system. To help lymph fluid move through the body, special rhythmic hand strokes are used, which many patients consider very relaxing. 1HR........$100.00
This massage can be combined with Salt Scrub, Hot Stone Therapyfor additional $25.00


Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue massage is a type of massage therapy that focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is especially helpful for chronically tense and contracted areas such as stiff necks, low back tightness, and sore shoulders. Some of the same strokes are used as classic massage therapy, but the movement is slower and the pressure is deeper and concentrated on areas of tension and pain. 1HR........$100.00
This massage can be combined with Salt Scrub, Hot Stone Therapy for additional $25.00


Swedish Massage
Swedish massage is the most common and best-known type of massage in the West. 1HR........$100.00
This massage can be combined with Salt Scrub, Hot Stone Therapy for additional $25.00

Here are the benefits of massages:

Massage benefits the circulatory system by:
Helping to develop a stronger Heart
Improving Oxygen supply to cells
Improving the supply of Nutrients to cells
Elimination of Metabolic Wastes
Increasing Circulation of Lymph

Massage benefits the Digestive system by:
Relaxing the abdominal and intestinal muscles
Relieving Tension
Stimulating activity of Liver & Kidneys
Elimination of Waste material

Massage benefits the Muscular system by:
Relaxing or stimulating Muscles
Strengthening muscles and Connective tissue
Helping to keep Muscles flexible and pliable
Relieving soreness, Tension, and Stiffness

Massage benefits the Nervous system by:
Stimulating Motor Nerve points
Relieving restlessness and Insomnia
Promoting a sense of Well-being
Relieving Pain

Massage benefits the Respiratory system by:
Developing Respiratory Muscles
Assisting in proper breathing

Massage benefits the Lymph systems by:
Cleansing the body of metabolic wastes.
Draining sluggish lymph nodes

Massage benefits the integunentary system (the skin) by:
Stimulating blood to better nourish skin
Helping to normalize Glandular Functions

Massage benefits the skeletal system by:
Improving body alignment
Relieving stiff Joints
Relieving tired, aching feet

Please consult your physician or primary care provider before you use any of this information for your personal use. The information has not been approved by the FDA.

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