Fascial Stretch Therapy

You’ve heard the expression that “everything is connected”, well this is especially true when we talk about fascia. Fascia is the most prevalent tissue in the body, surrounding, connecting and invested in every cell, muscle, ligament and tendon, yet it is often the least understood. The health and function of all joints and muscles are […]

Thai Massage

This ancient Ayurvedic Therapy is considered Yoga for lazy people or passive yoga because the therapist is stretching and massaging your muscles with their hands, feet and knees using specific Thai yoga poses to help to stimulate the energy (also known as Sen Lines) or points. This treatment is usually performed on a mat and […]

Thai Reflexology

Unlike regular reflexology, this is a gentle treatment incorporating massage of lower limb and foot, gentle pressure applied to Thai Reflexology Points using a special Thai Stick and working along Sen Lines or energy lines to harmonize and balance the flow of energy around the body. Sen Lines are considered invisible energy channels which can […]

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic Drainage Massage re-circulates the lymphatic flow to stimulate the immune system & parasympathetic nervous system. Since the lymphatic flow is just below the skin’s surface, light pressure with flat hands is applied during a treatment. Stimulation of the lymphatic system can aid in boosting immunity, allergy relief, cleansing of toxins, edema, drainage of varicose […]

Zone Therapy

Zone Therapy (Facial Reflexology) is an approximately 10 minute acupressure reflexology massage treatment that can transform your health and vitality. This technique is considered the cheaper, safer alternative to Botox. By applying steady pressure over specific points on the face, the therapist can help the body regulate itself, fight fatigue and the signs of aging […]

Reflexology

Reflexology is a natural healing therapy originating in Egypt and China around 2000 BC. It is a holistic therapy that works on the principle that the feet mirror the body and the practitioner applies pressure to all parts of the feet thus stimulating the 7,000 nerve endings. In the modern world stress is a factor […]

Craniosacral

Craniosacral therapy is a gentle, non-invasive osteopathic method of treating restrictions of the brain and spinal cord. The brain has dural membrane containing cerebrospinal fluid that can become restricted causing brain and spinal cord problems of the sensory, motor or central nervous system. Craniosacral causes an “unwinding” of tension throughout the body and encourages your […]

Reiki

Reiki (pronounced Ray-Kee) is an ancient Japanese healing art which was developed by Dr. Mikao Usui in 1922 during a spiritual retreat.  He began performing Reiki treatments and teaching the practice to students, who then passed on the knowledge to Reiki masters worldwide. The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words – Rei which […]

Hot Stone Massage

Throughout history, heated and chilled stones have been used by a wide variety of cultures for healing purposes. The practice of using stones can be traced back to China, Egypt, and Hawaii. They have been used by spas from North America to Japan with most cultures employing the therapeutic heating of stones as part of […]