Services

Massage

Swedish/Relaxation Massage

This is the classical massage method used to facilitate and induce the relaxation response, improve circulation, decrease muscle tension, and improve range of motion. A traditional Swedish massage includes the following list of strokes: effleurage, petrissage, friction, cross fiber friction, vibration, and percussion.

60 minutes$75.00
80 minutes$99.95
90 minutes$125.00

Medical/ Deep Tissue Massage

This Ultimate Deep Tissue Massage is like no other... this massage molds and sculpts muscles, and includes several additional “strokes” to lengthen, loosen tense muscles and free bound up fibers. Direct pressure is applied to areas that feel “knotted up” with motion applied either in line with or against the muscle fibers. This technique may also be used on tendons and ligaments. Cream or oil is used to facilitate deep, gliding movements along muscles. Several different techniques are utilized to ease, relieve and relax tight, painful and stressed areas. Neuromuscular Massage, Medical Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Tender Point Techniques are utilized along with heat and/or ice, infra-red heat lamp, electrical stimulation and topical analgesics.

Triggerpoint therapy: Tight muscle fibers and fascia layers can stick together, creating a feeling of a small bundled mass, like a pencil eraser head, that will refer pain to another area when pressed. This “eraser head” is called a “triggerpoint,” and direct pressure applied to the area for a sustained period of time deactivates it. Sometimes there are several triggerpoints – the “main” one which was formed first, and then several more that form later as the muscle continues to hold unreleased tension. Your massage therapist knows how to locate triggerpoints when an area is painful, which helps to decrease pain to the affected area, and facilitates a more complete transition to healing.

Tenderpoint: Tight muscle fibers can also stick together creating a fingertip size area of pain that will create an involuntary reflex, or “jump” response when pressed. Shortening the affected muscles in a specific area for a designated period of time releases the tenderpoint.

30 minutes$55.00
60 minutes$85.00
90 minutes$125.00
2 hours$170.00

Deep Hot/Cold Stone Massage

Our exclusive full body stone massage uses alternating temperature and adjustable pressure to deeply penetrate muscle tissue, address specific problems, and relax the entire nervous system. While warm oil, optional aromatherapy, and strategic stone placement sedate the nervous system, hot and cool stones are massaged deeply into muscle tissue, creating a profound release that transcends the potential of traditional massage. If you have experienced stone massage elsewhere, you will feel the difference at My Massage Therapist!

60 minutes$99.95
80 minutes Relaxation$119.95
90 minutes Deep Tissue$150.00

Reflexology

35 minutes$59.95

Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage

This Ultimate Deep Tissue Massage focuses on the back, neck and shoulders and is like no other... this massage molds and sculpts muscles, and includes several additional “strokes” to lengthen, loosen tense muscles and free bound up fibers. Direct pressure is applied to areas that feel “knotted up” with motion applied either in line with or against the muscle fibers. This technique may also be used on tendons and ligaments. Cream or oil is used to facilitate deep, gliding movements along muscles. Several different techniques are utilized to ease, relieve and relax tight, painful and stressed areas. Neuromuscular Massage, Medical Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Tender Point Techniques are utilized along with heat and/or ice, infra-red heat lamp, electrical stimulation and topical analgesics.

Triggerpoint therapy: Tight muscle fibers and fascia layers can stick together, creating a feeling of a small bundled mass, like a pencil eraser head, that will refer pain to another area when pressed. This “eraser head” is called a “triggerpoint,” and direct pressure applied to the area for a sustained period of time deactivates it. Sometimes there are several triggerpoints – the “main” one which was formed first, and then several more that form later as the muscle continues to hold unreleased tension. Your Massage Therapist knows how to locate triggerpoints when an area is painful, which helps to decrease pain to the affected area, and facilitates a more complete transition to healing.

Tenderpoint: Tight muscle fibers can also stick together creating a fingertip size area of pain that will create an involuntary reflex, or “jump” response when pressed. Shortening the affected muscles in a specific area for a designated period of time releases the tenderpoint.

30 minutes$55.00

Massage Add Ons

Aromatherapy

0 minutes$10.00

Mini Cold Stone Face Massage

0 minutes$15.00

Face and Foot Massage

25 minutes$54.95

Peppermint Scalp Massage

Add this relaxing stimulating peppermint scalp massage to your massage session!

10 minutes$15.00

Monthly Membership Massage

Swedish/Relaxation Massage

This is the classical massage method used to facilitate and induce the relaxation response, improve circulation, decrease muscle tension, and improve range of motion. A traditional Swedish massage includes the following list of strokes: effleurage, petrissage, friction, cross fiber friction, vibration, and percussion.

60 minutes$59.95

Deep Tissue Massage

This Deep Tissue Massage is like no other... this massage molds and sculpts muscles, and includes several additional “strokes” to lengthen, loosen tense muscles and free bound up fibers. Direct pressure is applied to areas that feel “knotted up” with motion applied either in line with or against the muscle fibers. This technique may also be used on tendons and ligaments. Cream or oil is used to facilitate deep, gliding movements along muscles. Several different techniques are utilized to ease, relieve and relax tight, painful and stressed areas.

60 minutes$71.95

Swedish/Relaxation Massage

Swedish/Relaxation Massage

This is the classical massage method used to facilitate and induce the relaxation response, improve circulation, decrease muscle tension, and improve range of motion. A traditional Swedish massage includes the following list of strokes: effleurage, petrissage, friction, cross fiber friction, vibration, and percussion.

60 minutes$75.00
80 minutes$99.95
90 minutes$125.00

Ultimate Deep Tissue Massage

Ultimate Deep Tissue Massage

This Ultimate Deep Tissue Massage is like no other... this massage molds and sculpts muscles, and includes several additional “strokes” to lengthen, loosen tense muscles and free bound up fibers. Direct pressure is applied to areas that feel “knotted up” with motion applied either in line with or against the muscle fibers. This technique may also be used on tendons and ligaments. Cream or oil is used to facilitate deep, gliding movements along muscles. Several different techniques are utilized to ease, relieve and relax tight, painful and stressed areas. Neuromuscular Massage, Medical Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Tender Point Techniques are utilized along with heat and/or ice, infra-red heat lamp, electrical stimulation and topical analgesics.

Triggerpoint therapy: Tight muscle fibers and fascia layers can stick together, creating a feeling of a small bundled mass, like a pencil eraser head, that will refer pain to another area when pressed. This “eraser head” is called a “triggerpoint,” and direct pressure applied to the area for a sustained period of time deactivates it. Sometimes there are several triggerpoints – the “main” one which was formed first, and then several more that form later as the muscle continues to hold unreleased tension. Your massage therapist knows how to locate triggerpoints when an area is painful, which helps to decrease pain to the affected area, and facilitates a more complete transition to healing.

Tenderpoint: Tight muscle fibers can also stick together creating a fingertip size area of pain that will create an involuntary reflex, or “jump” response when pressed. Shortening the affected muscles in a specific area for a designated period of time releases the tenderpoint.

30 minutes$55.00
60 minutes$85.00
90 minutes$125.00

Deep Hot and Cold Stone Massage

Deep Hot/Cold Stone Massage


Our exclusive full body stone massage uses alternating temperature and adjustable pressure to deeply penetrate muscle tissue, address specific problems, and relax the entire nervous system. While warm oil, optional aromatherapy, and strategic stone placement sedate the nervous system, hot and cool stones are massaged deeply into muscle tissue, creating a profound release that transcends the potential of traditional massage. If you have experienced stone massage elsewhere, you will feel the difference at My Massage Therapist!

60 minutes$99.95
80 minutes Relaxation$119.95
90 minutes Deep Tissue$150.00

Reflexology

Reflexology

35 minutes$59.95

Back, Neck, and Shoulder Massage

Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage


This Ultimate Deep Tissue Massage focuses on the back, neck and shoulders and is like no other... this massage molds and sculpts muscles, and includes several additional “strokes” to lengthen, loosen tense muscles and free bound up fibers. Direct pressure is applied to areas that feel “knotted up” with motion applied either in line with or against the muscle fibers. This technique may also be used on tendons and ligaments. Cream or oil is used to facilitate deep, gliding movements along muscles. Several different techniques are utilized to ease, relieve and relax tight, painful and stressed areas. Neuromuscular Massage, Medical Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Tender Point Techniques are utilized along with heat and/or ice, infra-red heat lamp, electrical stimulation and topical analgesics.

Triggerpoint therapy: Tight muscle fibers and fascia layers can stick together, creating a feeling of a small bundled mass, like a pencil eraser head, that will refer pain to another area when pressed. This “eraser head” is called a “triggerpoint,” and direct pressure applied to the area for a sustained period of time deactivates it. Sometimes there are several triggerpoints – the “main” one which was formed first, and then several more that form later as the muscle continues to hold unreleased tension. Your Massage Therapist knows how to locate triggerpoints when an area is painful, which helps to decrease pain to the affected area, and facilitates a more complete transition to healing.

Tenderpoint: Tight muscle fibers can also stick together creating a fingertip size area of pain that will create an involuntary reflex, or “jump” response when pressed. Shortening the affected muscles in a specific area for a designated period of time releases the tenderpoint.

30 minutes$55.00