60 Minutes – $85
75 Minutes – $95
90 Minutes – $110
Acupressure: Working with the same theory of acupuncture (but without the needles), acupressure stimulates points on the body to release energetic congestion and open the body’s energy pathways.
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.
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.
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.