*Most massage modalities can be requested as a therapy by itself or customized and integrated into a session with complimentary techniques according to the therapist's skill and knowledge.
- Swedish Style: Usually what people get when they want a "Relaxation" massage. A modality with most strokes in general going in the direction of the heart, supporting the circulatory and lymphatic systems.
- Injury Massage/Trigger Point Therapy: A highly effective technique used to alleviate chronic pain and dysfunction by working with activated trigger points.
- Reflexology: The practice of manipulating reflex areas in the feet corresponding to specific body parts and organs.
- Structural Bodywork: Slow "Deep Tissue" strokes used to lengthen tissue and create postural and functional changes creating a better relationship with gravity.
- Sports Massage: A number of techniques, including stretches, used to manipulate soft tissue to support function, performance and the overall well-being of an athlete.
- Cranial Sacral Therapy: Focuses on the bones of the head, spinal column, sacrum, and the underlying structures in order to find restrictions and/or compressions and release them.
- Prenatal: Pregnancy massage performed with the client lying on her side supported with bolsters/cushions.
- Gua Sha: This form of bodywork uses round edged tools to gently scrape over the skin and muscle where you are having pain or tension. This helps the area to release tension resulting in increased blood flow and reduced pain.
- Cupping: Plastic cups are placed on the body and suction is created. This suction helps restore a natural separation of layers of skin, fascia, and muscle. The cups can also be moved thus relieving restrictions, allowing better range of motion, and increasing blood flow.
- Chair: A short massage performed with the client fully clothed on a massage chair using little to no lotion.