As you lie on the table under crisp, fresh sheets, hushed music draws you into the moment. The smell of lavender fills the air and you hear the gentle sound of massage lotion being warmed in your therapist's hands. The pains of age, the throbbing from your overstressed muscles, the sheer need to be touched -- all cry out for therapeutic hands to start their work. Once the session gets underway, the problems of the world fade into an oblivious 60 minutes of relief and all you can comprehend right now is not wanting it to end.
But what if that hour of massage did more for you than just take the pressures of the day away? What if that gentle, Swedish massage helped you combat cancer? What if bodywork helped you recover from a strained hamstring in half the time? What if your sleep, digestion and mood all improved with massage and bodywork? What if these weren't just "what ifs"?
Evidence is showing that the more massage you can allow yourself, the better you'll feel.
Here's why.
Massage as a healing tool has been around for thousands of years in many cultures. Touching is a natural human reaction to pain and stress, and for conveying compassion and support. Think of the last time you bumped your head or had a sore calf. What did you do? Rubbed it, right?

Karen Walker has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for five years. She specializes in Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue and Swedish Massage. Karen truly has a passion for massage therapy and helping people receive the optimum level of benefits from their massage therapy session with her.

 
 

All massages are available in 30,60,90 min appointments

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  • Trigger Point Therapy
    This massage consists of alternating levels of concentrated pressure on the areas of muscle spasm.
    •       Deep Tissue Massage
    Recharge your body with powerful massage designed to alleviate deep seated tension and muscular stress. Deep movements and stretching techniques concentrate on specific areas of concern to help relieve common discomforts and sports related tension.
    •       Sports Injury Massage
            This massage utilizes cross-fiber friction, deep compression massage and trigger point therapy. This massage is best before or after sporting events to enhance healing and performance.
    •       Stress Relief Massage
            Revive tired and fatigued muscles with this traditional massage using moderate to firm pressure to leave a feeling of revitalization and relaxation.
    •       1.5 Hour Massage
            Customized massage for stress relief or therapeutic modalities. Treat yourself with the extra 30 minutes to concentrate on stubborn areas of discomfort.