Massage is one of the oldest healing arts. Persians and Egyptians applied forms of massage for many ailments and Hippocrates wrote papers recommending the use of rubbing and friction for joint and circulatory problems. Today, the benefits of massage are varied and far-reaching. As an accepted part of many physical rehabilitation programs, massage therapy has also proven beneficial for many chronic conditions, including:
- low back pain
- high blood pressure
- immunity suppression
The Benefits Of Massage
Reduces heart rate and lowers blood pressure
- Increases circulation and lymph flow
- Relaxes sore muscles and stimulates weak muscles
- Improves range of motion and joint flexibility
- Increases endorphins and helps to relieve stress
- Enhances the nourishment of the skin
- Improves posture
- Treats musculoskeletal problems
- Aids in rehabilitation of post injury/surgery
- Promotes a healthy immune system
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Types of Massages- BUY GIFT CARDS
Utilization of the traditional European style of a Swedish massage. The focus of the Re-Laxation massage is to increase circulation, relieve tension, and overall promote relaxation.
- 60 minutes: $65.00
- 90 minutes: $80.00
The mini version of the Re-Laxation massage focuses on specific areas of muscle tension.
- 30 minutes: $38.00
The Re-Juvenate pregnancy massage provides essential muscle soreness/tightness relief. Moms-to-be will enjoy this relaxing massage during any stage of their pregnancy.
- 60 minutes: $75.00
The Re-Store massage is a therapeutic massage utilizing myofascial release, trigger point, stretching, hot packs, and cold packs to help with chronic injuries.
- 60 minutes: $70.00
- 90 minutes: $85.00
Will My Insurance Cover It?
The services of a massage therapist may be reimbursed by a Flex Benefit or reserve that you have set up through your employer. Unfortunately, we cannot bill your insurance carrier directly for massage therapy. If you would like a receipt from your date of treatment, we will be happy to provide that to you so you may submit for reimbursement.