What We Offer
*Our pedicures are done out of a none lacqured copper bowls that you will relax in with an epsom salt and tea tree oil soak. (copper bowl signature soak)
* Copper bowls are anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral, but we stillby Maryland law use an EPA Registered Hospital Disinfectant on all our surfaces and tools.
Therapeutic Massage Session
A massage session created especially with the client's needs in mind. The various techniques of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Lymphatic Drainage and Stretching are applied where and when needed based on the palpation response of the areas of the body being touched. The therapist's intuition and mindfulness during the session allow her to mentally choose from her toolbox which technique to use at that time and the degree of pressure to be applied so pain is not inflicted on the client. She mindfully pays attention to the body's response to know when to stop and move on to the next part of the body. The process of the therapeutic approach may require the use of the therapist's fingers, thumbs, hands, elbow and forearms. The many benefits may include overall relaxation, dissolution of scar tissue adhesions, reduction in pain, imcreased mobility & range of motion and improved circulation which may improve healing and reduce swelling from an injury.
Swedish Massage: is a whole body massage designed to relax the muscles and joints. The five methods: effleurage, petrissage, friction, percussion, and tapotement are tools that the therapist uses where needed on the body to create an overall state of relaxation and improve circulation. It is the fundamental method used in a therapeutic massage.
Deep Tissue Massage Technique: is applied to affect the sub-layer of musculature and fascia. The muscles must be relaxed in order to effectively perform deep-tissue massage, because tight surface muscles prevent the therapist from reaching deeper muscles and can cause unnecessary pain. It is generally integrated with other massage techniques and performed on specific areas of the body.
Lymphatic Drainage and Venous Return: is a process of palpating the lymphatic flow to find alternate pathways for drainage from extremities or areas where lymph nodes were removed.
Myofascial Release: is a very subtle, yet effective technique. With the application of sustained light pressure and movement into the fascial system, the therapist assists the body in eliminating fascial restrictions which facilitates the emergence of emotional patterns and belief systems that are no longer relevant and/or are impeding progress. It is an effective therapeutic approach for the relief of back pain, scoliosis, reduction in range of motion, chronic pain, cervical pain, fibomyalgia, and headaches.
Seated Massage, Chair Massage, On-Site Massage...30min $30
This technique involves the use of a specially designed massage chair in which the client sits and leans into the face cradle. Swedish, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release techniques are utilized on a fully clothed client in a variety of settings to create relaxation and reduction of muscle tightness and tension in the neck, upper back, arms and hands. Excellent way to introduce massage to someone who has never experienced it.
Hot Stone Massge...60min $100 Hot stone massage is deeply relaxing. The therapist incorporates hot stones in our signature massage by either placing them on the body to relieve specific areas of tension or as an extension of their own hands. The warmth of the stones improves circulation, calms the nervous system, and warms and relaxes the muscles, which allows the therapist to apply deeper pressure, if desired. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help loosen tight muscles so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly.
Massage Enhancements Hot Stones...$20 Aromatherapy...$20
Was $255 NOW $229.50
Was $340 NOW $289
Was $425 NOW $340
- No scarring
- No downtime
- A chemical pel that works with the skin, not against it
Spring Forest Qigong
Spring Forest Qigong is an advanced, simple, and powerful form of Qigong. It was developed in China by Qigong Master Chunyi Lin after years of research and practice. Qigong which means to cultivate or refine one’s vitality or life force through practice is the basis of Chinese medicine.This ancient discipline combines mental concentration, breathing technique, and body movements to activate and cultivate our “vital energy” also known as breath or Qi as it flows through the invisible channels of the body. Qigong addresses the root cause of sickness, and heals the body physically, mentally and spiritually. The goal is to enhance the quality of life by teaching us ways to open our energy channels and maintain balance. Qigong heals more rapidly and completely than conventional western medicine, actively involves the patient and prevents future problems. It is a completely safe and non-invasive form of energy healing that is very relaxing, vitalizing and can be used in conjunction with both “modern” and alternative healing modalities. Master Lin has revised and simplified the movements of Qigong and clarified the principles so that they are easy to learn and so that everyone could realize that we are born with the natural ability to heal ourselves, detect energy blockages in the body, and send Qi to help others to heal. Since 1995, Master Lin has taught over 15,000 students Qigong in universities, colleges and medical centers in the United States.