We now have so many amazing modalities we had to start a new page to list Some of them!

 We hope you try at least one!

MyoFascial Cupping:

 Myofascial Cupping is a modified version of the ancient Eastern style cupping which differs by specifically targeting the Musculo-Skeletal system rather than the meridian systems used by traditional Chinese practitioners. It also uses plastic cups and vacuum suction rather than glass cups and a naked flame to create suction. A hand operated vacuum pump is used to induce a vacuum inside a cylinder sealed to the skin by the use of oil or cream. The vacuum “draws” the soft tissue perpendicular to the skin thus providing a tensile force to the soft tissue system, which can be left in one site for a prolonged period or moved along the tissue. Your therapist will palpate the skin during or at the beginning of your treatment to determine which areas may benefit from cupping. Cream, gel or Oil is then applied to the skin, before placing the cups on the body. One, two or several cups can be placed on dependent on the size of the area being worked on. These will typically be left on for up to 10 minutes depending on the client’s reaction and sensitivity. The cup can also be moved around by the therapist with the rim of the cup creating a compression pressure as well. There are varying sizes of cups used for different areas.

Cupping should be pain free however in areas of dysfunction you may experience some bruising in the area, which should disappear within several days.

1 Hr - $91.00


Kinetic Massage: 

Kinetic Massage is a technique that combines joint movement with specific massage strokes and body positioning  to improve range of motion. Joint mobility directly affects the tone of the supporting muscles (ie. restricted range of motion in the shoulder means tight muscles in the shoulder and arm)

by restoring the muscles to their normal tone the joints will align and decompress therefore it is necessary to work on both the muscle and the joints to achieve optimal results. Especially effective for neck, shoulder and hips







All our therapists have many different styles Modalities and Techniques . Please check with your therapist and discuss what you are wanting and feel you need and they will design a treatment to help meet your goals

Reflexology:


Reflexology is a focused pressure technique. It is based on the premise that there are zones and reflexes on the different parts of the body that correspond to all parts/glands & organs. When the reflexes are stimulated, the bodies natural electric energy works along the nervous system to clear any blockages in the corresponding zones, allowing the body to return to its state of homoestasis.

Combination Treatments:

Not sure where to start? Try a combination. You can choose more than one modality to fit in to your alloted time. For example: In a one hour session, try 3/4 hr of massage with 1/4 cupping or try an hr of relaxation massage with a few couple hot stones . The choice is yours and only limited to your imagination! 

Lymphatic Massage:

Is a gentle, rhythmic massage following the direction of lymph flow. It is said to beneficially effect the nervous, immune and muscular systems. Its primary purpose is for the treatment of lymphodema (excessive swelling) but is also used to aid in detoxifying the body. 1 hr - $91.00