Massage

Metaphysical Massage

A unique approach to physical and metaphysical self-care through massage and bodywork. This technique was specialized by our lead massage therapist Mixter Whispers. By combining anatomy, physiology, and energy work knowledge together they approach pain like a messenger and interpret the clues that come up in various patterns.

 

Massage Lingo

What to Expect


Our massage is performed in a private studio room, home, or mobile office on a professional massage table, chair or matt. Clients undress to their comfort level for linen-draped table work, and can wear everyday loose or yoga style clothes for chair massage or public venue sessions!


Each session includes a pre-session intake to customize your bodywork needs and get a medical intake form and consent for treatment.  We also include time for a post-session check-in on what worked or didn't and self-care suggestions based on your session from our trained specialists.


Our goal is to develop a long-term relationship by starting a conversation with you about your body; Physical and Energetic.

Swedish

Relaxation's Bestfriend

A gentle form of massage that uses long strokes, kneading, light circular movements, vibration and tapping to help relax your surface to mid-layer muscles and restore the mind. Great with Aromatherapy.

Trigger Point

A Knot's Nemesis

This massage focuses on areas
of tight muscle fibers that can form in your muscles after injuries or overuse. A trigger point is a small knot in your muscles that often causes pain in other areas.

Deep Tissue

Go Deep or Go Home

Targeted on the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue that may be harboring adhesions causing chronic pain or injury. Techniques may include compression holds, deep breathing, and trigger point releases

Sports

For the Athletes

Geared toward people involved in sports activities to help prevent or treat injuries and prepare for events. Sometimes includes faster-paced techniques and assisted stretching. Focuses on the muscle, ligaments, and tendons to break down scar tissue, improve muscle tone, and restore range of motion.

Myofascial

Release the Stress

Focuses on muscles (myo) and fascia (connective tissues) layers to help lengthen and restore elasticity to the body. Typically a lighter style modality with a deep body impact.

Integrative

An Intuitive Approach

This massage combines modalities like Myofascial and Swedish, Trigger Point and Deep Tissue, Reflexology and more. This is the basis for our standard sessions unless we discuss otherwise for your specific needs. LMTs integrate their various CEU specializations to make a custom session for you.

Hot Stones

Sweet Deep Heat

Massage using heated basalt or Himalayan stones as a tool in addition to hands-on massage. Heat is frequently recommended for those with Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, and Hypertension. Heat helps release built-up toxins in the tissues, so drink lots of water! It helps blood circulation, joint flexibility, and chronic pain,and is said to help you sleep better.

Cold Stones

For the Determined

Massage using cool, cold, or frozen basalt stones in addition to hands-on massage. Cold calms down damaged tissues, slows blood flow to an injured area to reduce swelling and inflammation, and controls pain responses. Great for sports injuries, headaches/migraines, and overuse injuries.

Cupping

Cups on my What?

Massage using silicon-style flexible cups that utilize negative pressure to provide a deep lymphatic flow throughout the tissues. Highly beneficial for athlete recovery, chronic pain treatments, scar tissue management, and more.

Aromatherapy

Smell Goods with Science

Aromatherapy is the use of Essential Oils in oils or diffusers that promotes wellbeing by activating various neurotransmitters in the body to promote relaxation and pain relief. 

Common blends include Lavender, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Tea Tree, Lemongrass, and more. We offer seasonally available blends with our healing sessions. 

 
Reflexology
 

Reflexology

Reflexology is a type of massage that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet, hands, and ears. It’s based on the theory that these body parts are connected to certain organs and body systems. Reflexology is most commonly performed as massage to the feet.

Your feet may be more at risk for damage if you are pregnant, have a family history of Plantar Fascitis, are an athlete or runner, are obese, wear improper shoes, are of older age or are diabetic

3 in 4

# of Americans with foot-related problems in their lifetimes.

1 in 10

people suffer heel problems every year.

65%

of Diabetics have damage to their feet.

2330 BCE

First Egyptian pictographic record of Reflexology.

26

Bones in each foot

33

Joints in each foot.

19

Muscles in each foot.

2,000,000+

# of People with Plantar Fasciitis Annually

 
Water

Water and Massage

Water is necessary for efficient cell repair, it lubricates the joints, carries blood to your muscles to help clear toxic biproducts released during a massage, helps soften the skin, slows the aging process and MORE!

 

75%

of Americans are chronically dehydrated.

60%

of the adult human body is water.

3 Litres

How much water the average adult male needs daily.

Always try to drink water before and after any massage work you receive to promote the healthiest healing session you can! Getting a massage while dehydrated can make you feel light-headed or nauseous.