MASSAGE PRICES

You pay the same for an hour of Deep Tissue as you do for an hour of Pregnancy Massage or an hour of Reiki. I might even throw in a little aromatherapy for that totally relaxing experience.

  • 30 Minute Massage
    $50
    • YOUR CHOICE OF ONE MASSAGE
    • Swedish
    • Reiki
    • Deep Tissue
    • Trigger Point Therapy
    • CranioSacral Therapy
    • Reflexology
    • Thai Massage
    • Ioncleanse Detoxification
    • and many other therapies
  • 1 Hour and 30 Minute Massage
    $120
    • YOUR CHOICE OF ONE MASSAGE
    • Swedish
    • Reiki
    • Deep Tissue
    • Trigger Point Therapy
    • CranioSacral Therapy
    • Reflexology
    • Thai Massage
    • and many other therapies

HOT STONE MASSAGE

Hot stones add a little more to the relaxation and help get into the tissue deeper with out the “pressure” or “uncomfortableness” of trigger point therapy. This is the only time I charge more for a massage from the basic one. It’s an added $10, but oh so worth it!

PET MASSAGE

Our furry friends need care and attention too!. Pet massages are great for the same reasons you get massage. They just have a little different muscle alignment, and aren’t as vocal about needing it. I charge a basic price of $40 for a half hour, but if it goes longer, I add $1/minute. Reason being, it’s all on their time. Some are less sure the first time, but after that, they tend to enjoy it readily!

IONCLEANSE

Water exists as a chemically neutral molecule of two hydrogen atoms combined with one oxygen atom. However, water in its natural state also self-ionizes in small amounts all of the time, breaking apart into H+ and OH- ions and then recombining to the neutral H2O. When an array is placed in the water of a footbath and a direct current is passed through its poles, ionization is magnified many times. With the IonCleanse® dual polarity array electrical flow alternates between the positive and negative poles of the array. When current flows to the positive pole, water breaks down into an abundance of OH- ions according to the formula: 4H2O + 4 e- (electrons) —> 2 H, + 4 OH-. When the current flows to the negative pole, water breaks down into an abundance of hydrogen ions according to the formula: 2H2O —> O2 + 4 H+ + 4e-. Negative ions seek to combine with positively charged atoms and molecules and positive ions seek to combine with negatively charged atoms and molecules.