• Deep Tissue Massage
    Massage technique used to relieve muscle tension/pain possibly caused by stress, muscle strain or overuse by applying moderate to heavy massage pressure.
  • Neuromuscular Therapy Massage
    Massage technique used to reduce chronic muscle pain using trigger point therapy on specific areas of the body.
  • Swedish Massage
    Gentle soothing massage techniques used to promote relaxation, increase circulation and give an over all sense of well-being.
  • Fibromyalgia Massage
    Massage includes passive techniques where the patient receives treatment without muscular participation, including assisted stretching and lymph gland work.
  • Thai (medical) Massage
    Gentle assisted stretches, acupressure points. Great for restoring flexibility back to body. Patient can wear gym type clothing (example: sweat suit or spandex) No oil or lotion used.
  • Reflexology Massage
    Practitioner applies gentle to firm pressure to points on the feet, hands or ears. According to Chinese medicine this stimulates proper function of the body and its internal systems.
  • Hot Stone Massage
    Warm calming oil and heated smooth stones are used to massage the body to melt away muscle tension and promote a sense of well-being.
  • TMJ Massage
    Neuromuscular massage for the TMJ (jaw) areas.
  • Rotator Cuff Release
    Massage techniques using trigger points and stretches to release the rotator cuff muscles.
  • Ashiatsu
    Ahh...shiatsu Bar Therapy is a trademarked form of Ashiatsu Bar Therapy. It is based on an ancient Ayurvedic practice of Chavutti Thirummal. It combines Swedish, Myofascial, and compression techniques that are applied to the body with the therapist's feet. Thereby, giving the hands and thumbs a rest. Ashiatsu is an art, where the feet glide effortlessly over the contours of the client's body. Special ashiatsu cream formulated by BonVital facilitates the hypnotic movements of the routine.The pressure can be as light as a Swedish massage or the deepest massage a therapist can give.
  • Reiki
    (pronounced Ray-Key) Means Universal Life Force Energy. The Reiki practitioner places their hands gently and passively on or above different locations on the body. Each position is held for at least three to five minutes. The person being treated may experience a variety of sensations such as warmth or tingling flowing from the Reiki practitioner's hands. Most people say that they experience a very deep state of relaxation, and a feeling of well being. The mind calms, the breathing slows down, and a feeling of being centered is attained.
  • Personal Fitness Training
    I am now a certified personal fitness trainer and can custom tailor a training workout to fit your needs. Please call for more information and rates.

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