60-minute Deep Tissue Massage - $140.00
90-minute Deep Tissue Massage - $200.00
This enhancement is available for both the 60 & 90-minute Deep Tissue massage treatment.
CBD Infused Oil - $10.00
Enjoy the relaxing and pain relief properties of CBD. We'll infuse the massage oil with 25mg of organic medicinal whole-plant CBD extract of hemp.
Deep Tissue Massage
Contrary to common view, a Deep Tissue massage treatment done by a trained, certified licensed massage therapist is NOT simply a Swedish massage with firmer/deeper pressure.
So what exactly is a
Deep Tissue Massage?
It's essential before you book a Deep Tissue treatment
that you're confident, this is the correct massage for you.
Our Deep Tissue massage treatment is recommended for those who regularly receive massages and seek intense bodywork. We'll use specialized and focused techniques to reach deep muscle layers and address points of attachment and the center of the muscles.
Because this treatment is highly focused and your therapist will spend more time working on specific muscle groups, this is not considered a "full-body" massage.
A Deep Tissue massage focuses on manipulating the deeper layers of muscle and fascia (the connective tissue surrounding muscles). Direct and deep pressure is often used to relieve chronic aches and pains, such as;
tight muscles in the arms & legs;
lower back pain.
The firm pressure and deep strokes help to penetrate deeper layers. Essentially, a "Deep Tissue" massage is used to break up scar tissue and physically break down muscle "knots" or adhesions (bands of painful, rigid tissue) that can disrupt circulation and cause pain, limited range of motion, and inflammation.
Deep Tissue massage bodywork is beneficial, but we understand that some people may be hesitant to have this work done. The truth of the matter is - discomfort or "good hurt" can be expected, but a Deep Tissue massage shouldn't be painful. After your Deep Tissue massage, you may feel some stiffness or soreness, but it should subside within a day or so.
Our certified therapists work with each client based on their comfort level. However, everyone is different regarding pain tolerance, and Deep Tissue massage may not be for everyone.
Which massage is
best for me?
Swedish massage is used to promote relaxation and reduce muscle tension caused by everyday activities. It is typically a lighter touch full-body massage that provides enough pressure to address any pain or tension. Your therapist can apply firmer pressure as requested.
OR DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE?
Deep Tissue massage uses different techniques that are primarily used to treat chronic pain and injury in isolated muscle groups.
Appointments are required.
We suggest requesting an appointment
at least 48 hours in advance.
Persons with any of these conditions should NOT
receive a Deep Tissue Massage
Severe High Blood Pressure, not medically controlled;
Extreme dilated varicose veins;
Skin Conditions - such as shingles/herpes, eczema, acne, or psoriasis;
Neuropathy; Vascular disease; Fibromyalgia; Osteoporosis;
Or if you are pregnant.