Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a 60-minute Swedish, Balinese, Nemby or deep-tissue massage with aromatherapy (up to a $230 value)
- $179 for a 120-minute couples hot stone or hot Himalayan salt stone massage with aromatherapy (a $460 value)
During Swedish massages, massage therapists roll and knead muscles using oils and lotions to improve circulation, relieve pain, and decrease stress. With the Balinese massage, therapists apply essential oils and massage feet as well as torsos, while in the Nemby massage, they use light, feathery strokes as soothing jazz music plays. In more intensive deep-tissue sessions, therapists take on deeper layers of muscle to release chronic stress and heal injuries. As the therapist works, clients are enveloped in the soothing scents of aromatherapy oils.
Hampton Bodywerks is closed on Sundays.
Hampton Bodywerks Massage Spa, ME6662
Hampton Bodywerks Massage Spa
Before earning his diploma in Swedish massage from the Austin School of Massage Therapy, licensed massage therapist Don A. Hampton discovered a passion for helping others heal while working as a medic in the U.S. Air Force and Texas Army National Guard. At Hampton Bodywerks Massage Spa, his highly trained hands do battle with tightly wound tissue, tension, and pain, arming themselves from an arsenal of relaxation-inducing tools that includes hot stones, salt stones, and therapeutic herbs. Ginger, turmeric, and lemongrass are central players in Hampton's Thai herbal ball massage—a 5,000-year-old practice designed to relieve pain and inflammation using a steamed herbal compress and gentle circular movements. Other specialty services include the Balinese-inspired jamu massage, which energizes the body with acupressure, long strokes, and percussion-like drumming, as well as sugar-scrub body treatments that soften skin using a blend of white and brown sugars, grape-seed and canola oils, and other ingredients favored by beautiful scones.