Massage

Manual Therapy includes techniques such as massage, deep tissue massage, assisted stretching, and craniosacral therapy. All help bring the body into alignment and reduce pain. Massage employs long strokes of big muscles over the entire body; deep tissue reaches deeper, smaller muscles as well. Assisted stretching, like Muscle Energy Stretching, allows muscles to relax more fully than stretching that can be done on your own. And craniosacral therapy brings balance to body, mind, and spirit through gentle hands-on touch. All modalities can shift you from being in a tense, stressed-out state into a more restful, focused, and calm place physically and mentally.

Massage, 60-90 minutes – Customizable to fit your needs. Relaxation, injury treatment, chronic pain, and stress relief.

Craniosacral Session, 60 minutes – This can be particularly useful for stress relief, headache pain, sinus issues and chronic tension. Very gentle manual movements are applied to spinal and cranial bones to help restore balance in the central nervous system. Please wear comfortable clothes and dress in layers.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage, 60 minutes – MLD is used to assist lymph flow and the drainage of tissues and is helpful for pain, edema, lymphedema, inflammation, and general wellness.  Sessions can include the full body or focus on a specific quadrant of the body. Please drink plenty of water before and after the session.

Cupping Therapy, 60 minutes – Cupping Therapy is suction that is applied to the skin and can range from very gentle to very firm.  Great for reducing pain, increasing range of motion, and releasing stagnation from deep in the the body.  There are many conditions that respond favorably!  Please note that Cupping therapy is not appropriate in cases of severe disease including, but not limited to; cardiac failure, renal disease, ascities, and  hemorrhagic diseases.

Premera Insurance Massage, 60 minutes – If you would like to use your Premera massage benefits please make sure that you have a prescription written by your doctor that includes the number of treatments and a diagnosis. Please note that it is up to you to call your insurance provider and verify coverage.