Our therapists are highly trained and experienced in a wide variety of modalities, each of which can guide us in developing a custom treatment experience just for you.

Because our focus is on putting together exactly what you specifically need, regardless of the technique involved, there is no variation in price between the modalities.

Here are the types of bodywork we offer:

  • Deep Relaxation Body Therapy

    Most of all bodywork has the similar goal of relaxation in mind. Environmental stress can be a major cause of physical health and emotional issues. In this session you will experience Fascial Stretching and/or massage techniques meant to ramp down the nervous system in order to return the mind/body to a full relaxed state. Some craniosacral might also be used in this session in conjunction with other therapies to stimulate the body’s natural relaxation and thereby healing response.

  • Deep Muscle Body Therapy

    What is a Deep Tissue massage? In recent years it’s come to mean a “deeper massage”. It’s not exactly descriptive, though… And it doesn’t tell you whether the therapist knows what they’re doing or why? In this session you will experience top to bottom assessment of your needs. Fascial Stretching, Myofascial release, and/or Neuromuscular therapy will then be performed on target muscles that are sources or pain, weakness, and imbalance until a satisfying amount of progress has been made.

  • Sports Massage

    This modality is perfect for sporting events and can be divided into 3 types:

    • Pre-event

      A fast paced, more aggressive friction of the muscles to reduce fatigue and prepare the body for optimal athletic performance.

    • Post-event

      A deep, fluid working of the muscles done after physical exertion to facilitate the movement of lactic acid, decrease muscle cramping, and affect the overall recovery of the muscle from your athletic event.

    • Sports injury

      Stiff knee? Old shoulder injury that never quite healed right? Ankle pain? I can work with scar tissue and joint capsules over time to reduce or eliminate pain from old injuries and even scaring from past surgeries.

  • Myofascial Release

    You and your muscles are encased in fascia. Fascia are what holds your body together. Using minimal lotion or oil, this modality serves to release the most stubborn muscles by engaging the fascia under the skin, on top of the muscles, and even the individual muscle fibers.

  • Fascial Stretch Therapy

    What is FST? from Stretch to Win on Vimeo.

    We recommend that for your first FST appointment that you schedule a 90 minute session to help build your personal tightness profile.

  • TMJ therapy

    We all know someone whose jaw clicks when they eat or talk. Grinding the teeth at night can also impact jaw tightness and balance which can cause headaches alongside jaw pain. Our approach to releasing the jaw is structured and thorough.

  • Visceral Manipulation

    A massaging of the abdomen and accompanying organs that can provide relief from constipation, acid reflux, and small gallstones. It can also widen breathing capacity, speed metabolism and bring some relief from depression symptoms.

  • Craniosacral therapy

    Positional holding done along the body (mostly the spine) that facilitates the flow of cerebral spinal fluid that runs from your sacrum to your cranium. It is extremely relaxing and one of the more minimally invasive modalities available.

  • Lymphatic drainage

    Provides relief from enlarged lymph vessels and edema. Great for those who have specific medical conditions that require movement of lymph fluid.

  • Pre-natal

    Relaxing massage done side-lying and semi-reclining with a focus on the specific needs one can expect when expecting.

  • Shiatsu

    A specific focus on the accupressure channels of the body. Great for people who need deep full body release but don’t like general flow of a typical lotion massage.

  • Reflexology

    A thorough working of the feet, hands and sometimes ears which touch spots some believe correspond to different organs and centers of the body.

  • Chair/Table massage for business or sporting events

    Would you like to have a massage therapist in the office for your employees? How about your next business or sporting event? I can set up in a booth or a corner and bring relaxation and wellness to potential clients as well as athletes.