Specialty Massage – includes Deep Tissue and Thai Massage
- 60 minutes – $75
- 90 minutes – $100
- Couples Massage 60 min- $150
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Acupuncture – please see tab above for more details
- 60 minutes (new & returning visit) – $75
- Improves range-of-motion and decreases discomfort for patients with low back pain.
- Increases circulation; allowing the body to pump more oxygen and nutrients to vital organs.
- Increases joint flexibility.
- Provides exercise and stretching for atrophied muscles and reduces shortening of muscles.
- Releases endorphins – used in injury and recovery from surgery to relieve pain.
- Relieves pain for migraine sufferers and decreases the need for medication.
- Back Pain
- Bad moods
- Circulatory Issues
- Digestive Disorders
- Lack of Energy
- Repetitive Strain Injury
Thai MassageDeveloped over 2,500 years ago, Thai massage incorporates firm rhythmic pressure using passive yoga movements, muscle compression, joint mobilization, and acupressure. Sessions are scheduled for 90 to 120 minutes and done on a traditional Thai yoga mat on the floor. The practitioner uses hands, forearms, elbows, knees, and feet during the massage. All clients are asked to wear loose comfortable clothing and no oils or lotions are used.Benefits of Thai Massage includes:•Increases range of motion and flexibility
•Increases blood flow and circulation
•Encourages the body’s restorative healing process
•Provides stress and pain relief
•Strengthens immune system
•Aides with structural and postural imbalances
•Increases energy and peace of mind.
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Amber Hane, Certified Massage Therapist
Ancient traditions meet modern medical practices in Amber’s unique fusion of bodywork styles and medical theory derived from a variety of cultures. She graduated in 2014 with a Certificate in Massage Therapy & Asian Bodywork from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
A cohesive blend of Chinese medical concepts (Energy Meridians & Points, 5 Element theory & their Correlations w/ Organ systems) and Ayurvedic Theory (Chakras, Doshas) provide a map for the best way to balance your constitution.
These Eastern philosophies influence Amber’s holistic approach to healing the root instead of focusing on the branches. We balance internally which reflects externally in overall harmony and well-being.
Her treatments, much like yoga, utilize conscious breathing which allows your body’s natural rhythm to bring you what you need. She combines bodywork techniques of Thai Massage, Zen-Touch (Shiatsu), and Tui Na along with Swedish/Deep tissue to provide a well-rounded massage experience.
Hannah studied massage at the International College of Holistic Studies. She specializes in deep tissue, circulatory, and parasympathetic massage. Hannah provides stretches and exercises as an option to integrate and prolong relief after massage sessions. Much like the environment she creates in her yoga classes, her massages sessions tend to be an intuitive dialogue with the body. Not a recipe based therapist, each session is personalized to your specific needs.
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