Massage

We offer  several massage styles and for a variety of durations.  Massage offers the body many benefits beyond simple relaxation. Read more about these folowing our services' descriptions below.  All our massage therapists are licensed by the Ohio State Medical Board.

Swedish Massage – for relaxation and stress reduction

Half session  -  30 minute  -  $30.00 & up
Full session  -   50 minute  -  $60.00 & up
Extended session  -  80 minute  -  $85.00 & up

Therapeutic Massage

addresses muscle knots and specific problem areas
of pain and soreness

Half Session  -  30 minute  -  $45.00 & up
Full session  -  50 minute  -  $70.00 & up
Extended session  -  80 minute  -  $105.00 & up

Mother-to-be Massage

natural oils and emulsions soothe, heal and protect
your skin Focuses on reducing tension in neck and
back Relieves aches and pains in legs and feet ...
taking care of mom, the best way to care for baby!

Full session  -  50 minute  -  $60.00 & up

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BENEFITS OF MASSAGE

Massage dilates the blood vessels, improving circulation and relieving congestion.
Massage increases the number of red blood cells, especially in cases of Anemia.
Massage acts as a "Mechanical Cleanser" pushing along lymph and hastening the elimination of waste and toxins from the body.
Massage relaxes muscle spasms and relieves tension.
Massage increases the blood supply and nutrition to muscles without adding to their load of toxic lactics acid produced through voluntary muscle contraction.
Massage helps to overcome fatigue resulting from strenuous exercise or injury.
Massage improves muscle tone and helps to prevent or delay muscular atrophy resulting from forced inactivity.
Massage can compensate, at least in part of, for lack of exercise and muscular contraction for people who are forced to remain inactive due to injury, illness, or age.
Massage helps eliminate edema of the extremities.
Massage may have a sedative or stimulating effect on the nervous system, depending on the type and length of the massage treatment.
Massage increases the excretion of fluids along with nitrogen, inorganic phosphorous, and salt via the Kidneys.
Massage stretches connective tissue, improves circulation and nutrition of the tissue, breaks down or prevents the formation of adhesions and reduces the danger of Fibrosis.
Massage improves circulation and nutrition of the joints.  It lessens inflammation and swelling in the joints and alleviates pain.
Massage disperses the Edema following injury to the ligaments and tendons, lessens pain and facilitates movement.
Massage encourages the retention of Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Sulfur necessary for tissue repair in people convalescing from bone fractures.