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New rates for 2019:  

60" session $65

75" session $80

90" session $95

Please know that your session will include the time needed for assessment and feedback. You will not be rushed here. Your session includes any aromatherapy and/or hot stones (only when it's cold outside) and self-care suggestions.When you pay for 60 minutes, you receive 60 minutes of actual hands-on massage time. Payment is by cash or check or major credit/debit card, and due at the time of service. No insurance accepted. 


A Caring Touch

When you invest in a professional massage therapy session, you are listened to and comforted, touched with the highest healing intention for an hour or more. This is so different from the experience of visiting most healthcare professionals. You leave feeling physically and mentally better, restored, recharged.

Cumulative Benefits of Massage Therapy

People who get regular massage therapy experience less pain, and suffer less from stress, sleep better and generally feel better about themselves all the time, not just for a few days after one therapy session. Consider at least three sessions to experience these cumulative benefits. It can change your life.

Help for Specific Complaints

Research has shown that massage therapy can be helpful in relieving back pain, relieving neck pain, and reducing the discomfort of specific conditions. In combination with your standard medical care, massage therapy can help you heal faster, rely less on pharmaceuticals or surgical procedures, and to address the stress factor that accompanies most medical procedures. Massage Therapy has been proven to help with a number of specific conditions, including but not limited to the following:

• Anxiety and Depression
• Arthritis diseases
• Digestive Disorders
• Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Syndrome
• Headaches / Migraine
• Insomnia related to Stress
• Myofascial Pain Syndrome
• Paresthesia
• Nerve Pain
• Soft Tissue Strains and Injuries
• Sports Injuries
• Temporomandibular Joint Pain