Back, Neck & Shoulder – $175
Swedish Massage – $300-$350- This relaxation-focused form of massage is what most people think of first when they think about massage. Therapists use a sequence of long, gliding strokes, kneads, and circular motions to help ease shallow tension in the muscles. Aromatherapy may be added to enhance relaxation.
Hot Stone Massage – $325-$375– Rather than relying solely on their hands to work out stubborn knots, the massage therapist places heated basalt stones on the back to help melt tight areas. Besides helping to relieve tense areas, the heat from the stones can help improve blood flow.
Bamboo Massage -$350-$400– Bamboo massage therapy is essentially the same as deep tissue massage or Swedish massage. However, rather than the therapist simply using their hands to warm the muscles and reduce pain in the ligaments and joints, the therapist uses a roll of bamboo. However, bamboo massage therapy can also do more for you than improve your mobility and reduce pain. Bamboo massage therapy can also help to improve your skin, because bamboo extract contains silica