30 Minutes – $35
45 Minutes – $45
60 Minutes – $55
75 Minutes – $70
90 Minutes – $80
Craniosacral Therapy: A gentle, noninvasive form of massage in which a therapist uses a light touch to work the cranial bones, the spinal column and the sacrum to balance energy, treat headaches and reduce mental stress.
Deep Tissue: Targeting chronic patterns of holding, deep-tissue relies on slow strokes and targeted pressure, often with a finger, thumb or elbow.
Myofascial Release: A light, sustained pressure is applied to constrictions in the body’s fascia, or connective tissue, to elicit elongation and release.
Reflexology: Stimulates pressure points on the hands, feet and ears. Each point is believed to correspond to other, less-accessible parts of the body, such as the organs.
Shiatsu: A Japanese style, shiatsu directs pressure to lines of energy (meridians) considered important for health and well-being.
Sports: Often used before and after athletic activity, the focus is on reducing inflammation, keeping joints flexible and enhancing performance.
Swedish: A combination of long, gliding strokes, as well as kneading, stretching and tapping. Swedish massage is thought to enhance health by increasing blood flow to the muscles.
Trigger-Point Therapy: Trigger points often show up as “knots” in the muscles, most often in the shoulders, upper back and neck. Trigger points are different from acupressure points because they actually feel like lumps. Trigger-point therapy (also known as neuromuscular therapy) uses pressure to dissolve the knots.
Prenatal Massage: Relieves many of the normal discomforts experienced during pregnancy, such as backaches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and edema. In addition, prenatal massage can reduce stress on weight-bearing joints, encourages blood and lymph circulation, helps to relax nervous tension-which aids in better sleep.
*Massage Therapists practicing at Healing Hands Wellness Center are independent practitioners who are free to set their own prices.
*The above are commonly charged prices.