This is performed in the direction of the heart with long, soft, sweeping strokes. kneading, or vibration.
This can be similar to Swedish, but more precise pressure is applied to reach deeper layers of tissue. It is also slower and more focused, giving the ability to reach deeper layers easier.
This is massage performed on an ergonomically designed chair, which leaves the back free to work. It's great if you are on the go, no undressing required.
This massage is performed with natural lava stones, heated to around 140 degrees. They are placed on or around the body, and a combination of hands and stones will be used during the massage. The heat helps to loosen and soften muscle tissue so you can get in deeper with ease. The stones them selves help draw unwanted negative energy from the body. This feels especially great during the winter, but can be done all year round. Cool stones may be added as well to make a fire and ice massage, or to help alleviate any swelling.
Himalayan Salt Stone
This massage is a form of Halotherapy and is very similar to Hot Stone, except Himalayan salt stones are used in place of basalt stones. The stones have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. There are 84 different trace minerals in the stones, the most noteworthy being sodium chloride (salt), magnesium, calcium, potassium, and fluoride. These are good for both muscles and bones, and the mineral content may help alleviate muscle cramps. They release (-) ions when warmed, which may aid in air purification, help with breathing, and improve mood. They are also lightly exfoliating, which will help to make your skin feel nice and smooth. Warm stones are primarily used, but cool stones may be added in as well.
This modality helps correct postural deviations. It is very deep, intense, slow work that usually requires several sessions. A bathing suit or similar clothing is worn during session.
Myokinesthetics: The MYK System
Currently upper body only. Help relieve pain and increase range of motion by improving your posture through a series of movement and touch that focuses on resetting the nerve pathway. This is good for upper body issues that include frequent headaches, pain and stiffness in the neck, shoulders, or upper back, numbness or tingling down the arms or into the hands, frozen shoulder, tennis/golfers elbow, and post stroke. A posture analysis is taken, then the session is performed while sitting. Clothes remain on.
Neural Reset Therapy (NRT)
Currently upper body only. This modality is primarily for the relief of pain, but also increases ROM, flexibility, and circulation by resetting the muscles in a pain free manner. This is not a massage, nor is it anything like it. It primarily uses resistance with jostling and shaking type techniques. Thin clothes are worn for better palpation, like a T-shirt or long sleeve shirt, no sweat shirts, during a full reset session. Partial sessions can be done solo or combined with massage.
Trigger Point Therapy
This is a very focused modality in which you find the key points in the muscle that are needed to release it. These points are associated with referred pain.
A perfect way to bring the massage to you. Great for office parties or other small gatherings.