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Massage Therapy

Our licensed Massage Therapist, Amber Tewksbury, offers a variety of massages.

-Deep Tissue for Specific Area: 30 minutes $35

-Therapeutic, Stress Reduction: 60 minutes $55

New to massage therapy? Experience the benefits of massage with this stress reducing and relaxing massage.

-Deep Tissue/Trigger Point: 60 minutes $65

More pressure for sore & tense muscles.

-Hot Stone: 60 minutes $75

Combination of Therapeutic & Deep Tissue enchanced by the use of heated basalt stones, for a deeply soothing massage.

-Sore All Over: 90 minutes

Therapeutic $85

Deep Tissue $90

Hot Stone  $95

Lomi Lomi $98

Hawaiian style bodywork = Long board strokes using forearm with lots of compression & stretching to tight muscles to release the problems within them

Hours

Mon: 8 AM - 6 PM

Tues: 2 PM - 6 PM

Wed: 8 AM - 6 PM

Fri: 8 AM - 6 PM

Sat: 8 AM - 12 PM

Gift Certificates Available

Amber is a graduate from the Baltimore School of Massage. There she was trained in a broad range of modalities, including Trigger Point Therapy, Structural Bodywork, Sports Massage, Reflexology, Shiatsu, Cranial Sacral, and much more. She loves being able to help every BODY by relaxing, reducing pain and relieving sore, achy muscles. Massage Therapy can also improve your metabolism and increase the circulation of blood and lymph in the body. It also reduces anxiety and stress to help restore peace to mind, body and spirit.


New to Massage Therapy? Here's What to Expect at Your Massage Session

Preliminary Information

  • The massage therapist will ask preliminary questions to determine your overall health and your desired results from massage therapy.
  • He or she will assess your needs and explore your motivation in getting massage, including your health and wellness goals.
  • The massage therapist will consider information about your physical condition, medical history, lifestyle, stress levels, medications and any areas of physical pain that could affect your massage therapy outcome.
  • The information will help the massage therapist structure the session to achieve your health and wellness goals.

Privacy

  • Before your massage, you’ll be asked to remove clothing to your level of comfort.
  • The therapist will leave the room while you undress and remove any jewelry or other articles that might interfere with the massage. Take off only as much as you are comfortable removing.
  • Lie on the massage table, underneath the provided sheet or towel, which will cover your body except for the part being massaged.

Environment

  • Music might be played during your massage session. If you find music distracting, let your massage therapist know your preferences. The same goes for talking during your session.
  • Your massage therapists should check in about pressure and comfort throughout your session. If you're uncomfortable at any time, let your massage therapist know.
  • The massage table is padded, and may have extra attachments or cushions, such as a face cradle, which allows you to lie facedown without turning your head or neck.

The Massage

  • The massage therapist may use oil or lotion, which reduces drag on the skin while performing the massage strokes. If you're allergic to oils or lotions, tell your massage therapist before your massage begins.
  • If you're receiving a hot stone massage, make sure you're comfortable with the temperature of the stones.
  • Depending on your needs, the massage therapist will massage either the full body (except for private areas) or only specific areas that need attention, such as especially tight muscles.
  • Remember to breathe normally.
  • Table massage sessions usually last beween 30 and 90 minutes.
  • After your massage, the massage therapist will allow you to slowly get up and get dressed in privacy.

Follow Up

  • The therapeutic effects of massage are cumulative, so talk with your massage therapist about a recommended treatment plan to meet your health and wellness goals.