Massage Therapy


A quality, therapeutic, and customized massage for relaxation and overall wellness is recommended. Our certified Massage Therapists will personalize your massage so it is just right for you.

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What is Massage?

Massage therapy is the systematized manipulation of soft tissues for the purpose of normalizing them. Practitioners use a variety of physical methods including applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, or causing movement to the body. Therapists primarily use their hands, but may also use their forearms, elbows, or feet. The basic goal of massage therapy is to help the body heal itself and to increase health and well-being. Touch is the core ingredient of massage therapy and also combines science and art. Practitioners learn specific techniques for massage and use their sense of touch to determine the right amount of pressure to apply to each person and locate areas of tension and other soft-tissue problems. Touch also conveys a sense of caring, an important component in the healing relationship.

Benefits of Massage Therapy

  • Relieves stress, promotes relaxation

  • Relieves muscle tension and stiffness

  • Reduces scar tissue

  • Reduces pain, swelling, and muscle spasms

  • Increases joint flexibility and range of motion

  • Improves posture

  • Enhances the health and nourishment of skin

  • Strengthens the immune system

  • Satisfies needs for caring, nurturing touch

  • Treats musculoskeletal issues


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Massage should be a part of your life, a regular routine just like diet and exercise. It is a service you can provide for your body to prevent injury and stress, and form a strong balance between your physical and mental well-being. A person engaging in moderate to vigorous exercise or physically demanding job could benefit from a massage once a week. Also, someone who works in a prolonged position, such as sitting at a computer, working with specific tools, or any repetitive motion, could also benefit from a massage once a week. However, for some people, a more realistic plan would be to have a massage once a month. Receiving massage as often as you can on a regular basis, allowing the therapist to be a part of the plan and aide in your short-term and long-term goals, is what is recommended.



    Deep tissue massage will work out the knots from stressed, overworked muscles and connective tissue (fascia) to alleviate immediate pain, as well as chronic joint and muscle pain. It also promotes faster healing by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.

    Massaging the abdomen may help to relax your stomach muscles. That, in turn, helps stimulate digestion and relieve constipation. A small 2016 study examined the effects of abdominal massage on constipation following surgery.

    Some studies question the benefits of drinking water after a massage, Allen acknowledges. But most massage therapists still encourage hydration to help flush waste and prevent next-day soreness. And at least for those first few hours after a massage, avoid caffeine and alcohol, which are dehydrating.