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Purchase three 60 minute gift Certificates and Receive your next 60 minute massage for free! Available in November-January
Year Long Wellness Package
Purchase twelve 60 minute sessions
$750.00 ($900 value)
Purchase twelve 90 minute sessions
$1,200.00 ($1,320 value)
Sessions must be scheduled when purchased and must be used every month.
Roll over sessions will not be permitted. BUT you can gift your session to whom ever for that particular month
Wellness packages may only be purchased on site.
Please e-mail, call, or message me for more details
Active Release Technique
Active Release Technique (ART) is the most advanced soft tisue (nerve, muslce, tendon, fascia and ligament) technique available.
It is a hands-on therapy where the practitioner focuses on a specific injury and applies a unique pressure, tension and range of motion, which will reduce scar tissue adhesions in order to separate, release and stretch out the connective tissue adhesions. This separation and breakage of adhessions will restore vascular and lymph circulation, increase your range of motion, flexibility and strength. Breaking these adhesions may cause some discomfort during the session, similar to a very specific deep tissue massage combined with moving specific muscles.
Many conditions such as headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, sciatica, lower back pain, neck pain, and rotator cuff syndrome
can benefit from an ART session because many of these injuries are caused by over use and fall into the accumulative pain cycle.
Treatments usually last 15-30minutes depending on how many areas are being focused on.
I sell my sessions in increments of 30minutes, 60minutes and 90minutes. Massage combined with ART brings the best of two worlds together by starting with intense protocals (ART), to decrease as much pain as possible, and ending wiht a relaxing massage, helping as many muscles and joints as time allows, while calming the nervous system.
So What Is It Exactly?
The application of soft-tissue manipulation techniques to the body, generally intended to reduce stress and fatigue while improving circulation. The many variations of massage account for several different techniques. Bodywork: Various forms of touch therapies that may use manipulation, movement, and/or repatterning to affect structural changes to the body
Meaning "of the body." Many times this term is used to denote a body/mind or whole-body approach as distinguished from a physiology-only or environmental perspective. There are more than 250 variations of massage, bodywork, and somatic therapies and many practitioners utilize multiple techniques. The application of these techniques may include, but is not limited to, stroking, kneading, tapping, compression, vibration, rocking, friction, and pressure to the muscular structure or soft tissues of the human body. This may also include non-forceful passive or active movement and/or application of techniques intended to affect the energetic systems of the body. The use of oils, lotions, and powders may also be included to reduce friction on the skin
Massage, bodywork and somatic therapies specifically exclude diagnosis, prescription, manipulation or adjustments of the human skeletal structure, or any other service, procedure or therapy which requires a license to practice orthopedics, physical therapy, podiatry, chiropractic, osteopathy, psychotherapy, acupuncture, or any other profession or branch of medicine."