Named for the country that originally developed massage as the therapeutic practice we know today, the goal of Swedish massage is to promote relaxation and reduce stress, while (re)moving toxins from superficial tissues using long, light-to-medium pressure strokes toward the heart; where they are more readily flushed from the body.
60 Minutes: $70
90 Minutes: $100
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
The main difference between the Swedish and Deep Tissue massage is the amount of pressure the therapist applies. While relaxation is always a goal in any massage, Deep Tissue is often more focused on targeting chronic issues in the deeper muscle layers, tendons and joints with the aim of providing immediate relief and long-term improvement.
60 Minutes: $80
90 Minutes: $115
There may be no one more deserving, or in need, of a massage than an expecting mother. While Prenatal massage is only recommended after the first trimester (12 weeks) and with special consideration whether the feet should be avoided for safety reasons; it can do wonders to relieve a variety of discomforts such as headache, back/neck pain, and leg cramps. A plethora of pillows are provided to allow for a comfortable, side-lying position, as laying flat on either side is neither recommended nor comfortable.
60 Minutes: $75