Massage Therapy


Deep Tissue, Swedish

Cranio-Sacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle, subtle and non-invasive light touch therapy where the therapist holds the skull and pelvis with the intention to improve the body's self-healing ability and help release neurological, sensory or motor disorders. The movements occurring during this therapy are barely detectable. Yet, John Upledger, who developed this therapy believes manipulation of the cranial and sacrum by light touch regulates the flow of cerebrospinal fluid and aids in "primary respiration". Practitioners believe that the tiny manipulations of CST influence the pressure and circulatory rhythm of cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds and cushions the brain and spinal cord.

Shiatsu, Tuina (Asian Bodywork)

A type of Japanese massage that uses the fingers, palms and other techniques to apply pressure and stretch the skin. This bodywork is often performed without oil. It is very beneficial for stress reduction, musculoskeletal and emotional conditions. It stimulates the digestive system and relieves constipation. In general, Shiatsu is used to treat a broad range of chronic conditions such as: fatigue, insomnia, headaches, fibromyalgia, PMS, anxiety, and PMS syndrome.

Coming Soon

  • Lymphatic Drainage Massage
  • Abhyanga - This amazing full oil treatment has a sense of feeling good. It is given with medicated herbal oils customized to body type. It detoxifies, nourishes and revitalizes the body tissues, improves circulation, immune system and skin complexion.
  • Udvatanam - A specialized exfoliating herbal blend applied all over the body and deeply massaged with specific movements. This procedure revitalizes the central nervous system, detoxifies and rejuvenate the body.
  • Pizhichil - An extravagance therapy with medicated oil or medicated milk poured onto the body in continuous streams.  It is extremely soothing and relaxing. It acts as a free radical vulture; detoxifying, toning, strengthening, and deeply rejuvenating all the dhatus (body tissues).