01.Ashiatsu
  • 90 Minute Session
    $120
    90 min

    Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy is a massage technique applied by use of barefeet that delivers deep compression strokes while gliding over the body. For a full description, Go to Ashiatsu Page

  • 60 Minute Session
    $85
    60 min

    Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy is a massage technique applied by use of barefeet that delivers deep compression strokes while gliding over the body. For a full description, Go to Ashiatsu Page

    02.Relaxation
  • 90 Minute Session
    $105
    90 min

    This is a classic form of massage suited for relaxation and general well-being. It incorporates the basic strokes of Swedish massage, which enhances the body’s immune system, improves circulation, assists in the removal of lactic acid from the muscles, adds to muscle tonus, as well as helping the client to reduce anxiety and depression.

  • 60 Minute Session
    $75
    60 min

    This is a classic form of massage suited for relaxation and general well-being. It incorporates the basic strokes of Swedish massage, which enhances the body’s immune system, improves circulation, assists in the removal of lactic acid from the muscles, adds to muscle tonus, as well as helping the client to reduce anxiety and depression.

    03.Deep Tissue
  • 90 Minute Session
    $120
    90 min

    This technique also incorporates circulatory massage but is geared towards releasing bound muscles and scar tissue. Through use of a verbal scale and listening to the body, the therapist and client determine the amount of pressure needed and warranted to work out the entangled muscle groups. Typically a “hurts so good” sensation. Hot towels may be applied to provide relief to unhappy muscles.

  • 60 Minute Session
    $85
    60 min

    This technique also incorporates circulatory massage but is geared towards releasing bound muscles and scar tissue. Through use of a verbal scale and listening to the body, the therapist and client determine the amount of pressure needed and warranted to work out the entangled muscle groups. Typically a “hurts so good” sensation. Hot towels may be applied to provide relief to unhappy muscles.