All massages include complimentary…
A therapeutic way to lightly implement essential oils in order to add to your calming and cleansing experience. We’ve put together our favorite oils and organized them for our Aromatherapy Bar where you will be able to pick out the ones you like.
Your massage therapist will use hand made heated rice pads and warm towels to help fully relax tense muscles.
Our rooms are accented with Himalayan salt crystals adding the benefits of negative ions to your massage. Himalayan Salt releases negative ions into the air due to the salt crystal’s basic chemistry. These ions neutralize the room by counteracting radicals we all carry with us and breathe every day, thus allowing your mind and body to enter a state of total relaxation while naturally enhancing your ability to detox and cleanse.
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Massage for Two
December Special: Take $50 OFF when you book Couples Massage in the Salt Room!
Whether you want to share your spa experience with your significant other or with a good friend, our massage rooms are ready to accommodate you both at the same time and in the same room.
Upgrade to Private Salt Room Massage for a unique massage & salt therapy combination. Our Salt Room can be booked for 60 Min/90 Min private massage sessions, a great way to celebrate special events ($100 flat fee for up to 4 side by side massages).
Salt Room Massages
Foot Specialty Spa Treatment: A relaxing massage and scrub for your feet and lower legs while enjoying salt therapy (45 minute $75). Choose from one of our six different Himalayan salt scrubs made with all-natural ingredients.
Reflexology Massage and Salt Therapy (45 minute $81).
Focused Foot Massage and Salt Therapy (45 minute $65).
Scented Body Butter (Young Living essential oils): $5
Heated Himalayan Salt Stones: $15
Salt Therapy (20/45 Min): $15
Express Facial (30 Min): $45
Amethyst Biomat: $35
Targeted Cupping: $20
Foot Scrub (six different salt scrubs): $15
Reiki (30 Min): $30
Anti-Cellulite Massage – Spot Treatment: $50
Types of Massage
Swedish: 60 minute $80 and 90 minute $100.
A tried and true therapy that brings relief to your body and mind through gentle massage techniques.
Prenatal: 60 minute $80 and 90 minute $100.
Designed to very carefully relieve aches and pains in a safe and relaxing way for both you and baby (or babies!).
Deep Tissue: 60 minute $90 and 90 minute $110.
Pressure is worked down to your deepest layers in order to effectively rid your body of chronic or intense muscle tensions.
Anti-cellulite: 60 minute $90.
A specialized massage designed to assist in cellulite reduction. This full-body advanced massage uses techniques that combine lymph drainage and fascia release to remove toxins from under the skin and reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Acupressure: 60 minute $80 and 90 minute $100.
Massaging pressure is applied along your body’s meridians in order to stimulate corresponding tensions.
Reflexology: 45 minute $65
A targeted massage of pressure points where many nerve endings meet on your hands and feet.
Myofascial: 45 minute $65 and 60 minute $85
Expect a very focused massage where your therapist will work on the upper surface of muscle tissue and work deeper and move to other areas only after body has responded. Specifically good for those with painful issues like constant inflammation, chronic pain, and/or decreased mobility caused by trauma or posture problems. If suffering from sciatica, scoliosis, frozen shoulder or have a physically straining desk job, this massage can be incredibly effective in restoring mobility.
Focus Area Massage: 30 minute $50.
A targeted massage focused on a specific area like neck and shoulders, back, arms or legs. It is not a full-body massage.
Rehabilitating Athletic: 60 minute $80 and 90 minute $100.
One of the most beneficial forms of massage for athletic injury rehabilitation as it can boost recovery time effectively, increase your range of motion, relieve pain associated with the healing process, and help you manage your overall well-being. This massage therapy is also very effective in helping active athletes prevent injury. Myofascial and neuromuscular massage techniques are implemented.
Pre-Event Athletic: 45 minute $65.
A short, but effectively warming massage focuses on the areas you will work the hardest. Expect vigorous and quick paced strokes.
Post-Event Athletic: 60 minute $80 and 90 minute $100.
Great for the achy athlete following a workout. Soothes exerted muscles and brings relaxation to the areas you most need by flushing lactic acid and metabolic waste.
Lymphatic: 60 minute $90 and 90 minute $110.
Designed to stimulate your lymphatic, circulatory, and immune systems (they are all connected) by very lightly massaging the network of tissues responsible for circulating and pumping excess or stagnant fluids. However, because of this superficial stimulation, it is important to know that if your body is harboring something like a cold, this massage can bring it forth quicker and it is not uncommon to have slightly swollen glands a few days later. This is particularly beneficial for elderly immune systems, those with decreased mobility, those who have had their lymph nodes removed, and people who sit in one place for long periods of time.
Neuromuscular: 60 minute $90 and 90 minute $110.
This therapy targets your muscles, tendons, and connective tissues in order to balance your central nervous system and relieve pain. This relief is made possible by somewhat uncomfortable nerve radiation massage techniques that includes long holds and slow stroke movements. It is a nerve and muscle therapy that focuses on the nerve lines that connect our muscles to our brains, working to alleviate the pain that people are struggling to pinpoint. Particularly recommended for those dealing with serious chronic pain.
Craniosacral: 60 minute $80 and 90 minute $100.
A therapy that enhances the body’s own healing abilities, CST in its essence involves gentle manipulations as the therapist both tests for restrictions and “listens” to the quality of the craniosacral rhythm, which the body regulates and maintains in order to feed and nurture our delicate nervous tissues. The forces used are exceedingly light and although the focus is in and around the head and spinal column, the treatment may be applied anywhere on the body.