Types of Massage
Swedish: The traditional massage designed to relax the body by gently kneading, stroking, and manipulating soft tissue.
Sports: Deep tissue massage involves multiple techniques to eliminate muscle tension, reduce lactic acid build-up, and increase flexibility by focusing on sport-specific muscles.
Trigger Point: The application of concentrated finger pressure to trigger points to break cycles of muscle spasms and reduce pain.
Bowen Technique: Gentle technique therapy offers rapid, long-lasting relief from pain and discomfort. The Bowen Technique helps the body remember how to heal itself. The gentle yet powerful Bowen moves send neurological impulses to the brain resulting in immediate responses of muscle relaxation and pain reduction. The moves create energy surges. Electrical impulses sent to the nervous system remind the body to regain normal movement in joints, muscles and tendons. This helps relieve muscle spasms and increase blood and lymph flow. The Bowen Technique affects the body primarily through the nervous and the bioenergetic systems, to bring it into a state of balance.
Hot Stone massage: One of the hottest new trends today. Hot stone therapy technique involves the use of basalt stones heated and applied to the body in various ways to bring relief to stiff and sore muscles, achieving a deeper and intense relaxation.
Salt Glow: Dead Sea salts exfoliate dead surface cells nourishing and remineralizing the skin. (Please do not wax or shave legs immediately prior to your salt glow treatment.)
Dry Exfoliation: A full body rush exfoliation to smooth and enhance skin surface followed by 30 minutes of refreshing gel massage.
Foot Massage: Promoting better health and well being through applied pressure to various points in the feet. Pressure points correspond to various organs and glands, releasing body energy smoothly. A practice by the ancient Egyptians.
Ion Foot Spa Detox: The ion foot spa works to dramatically remove toxins from your body through your feet. Positively charged ions travel through the body and attach themselves to toxic substances neutralizing their negative charges. After being neutralized, toxin particles are pulled through the skin and out of the body via osmosis, attracted by the highly-concentrated ion field in the ion spa water.