|One Hour Massage||$65+ tax|
|One & a Half Hour Massage||$90+tax|
|Two Hour Massage||$120+tax|
|Aromatherapy Add-on||$5 +tax|
|One Hour Reflexology||$65+tax|
|One Hour Hot Stone||$90+tax|
A doctor’s prescription for your service discounts the tax.
Half hour appointments are available upon request. They are $40. Call the office to schedule. 614-604-MELT
On site chair massage is available for special events. We charge $1.25 per minute with a minimum of 2 hours per therapist.
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An hour massage will quickly cover the arms, neck, face, legs, back
& hips or an extended period of time on an injured area.
A 90 minute massage will include everything in an hour but more
thoroughly, resulting in greater relaxation & less pain.
A two- hour massage is the ultimate in relaxation. This is only for the elite and
When you choose the massage selection, you can get either a therapeutic or relaxation massage. Therapeutic massage uses techniques such as deep tissue, myofascial release, and trigger point. Relaxation consists of techniques like swedish, reiki, and craniosacral. Most massages contain a mixture of both. It just depends what your goals are for the massage.
A combination of modalities designed for individuals involved in vigorous exercise or activity. Swedish and Deep tissue, Myofascial release, Trigger point therapy, assisted stretching and foam roller exercises are used to help clients release tension in muscles and help prevent injury. Marathoners, High School Athletes, Weekend Warriors, even those who have just began an exercise regimen can benefit from Sports Massage. Whether its preparation for an event or recovery, let us help you feel your best!
Moms to be can get sore from the change in their body. Babies are heavy! We know just the right things to do (and not do) to help relieve all the aches and pains. Getting a massage right before your due date can also help the delivery go a little easier. We have moms lay on their side rather than on their stomach.
This works great with Pre-natal Yoga as well! Check out Dalai Mama Yoga!
Typically, the therapist allows the heated stones to rest on trigger points in your body before beginning. As the heat from the stones penetrates into your deeper body tissues, your blood vessels open, resulting in improved circulation. Poor circulation can lead to fatigue, which tenses the muscles, and a buildup of fluid and lactic acid in the muscles. Increased circulation delivers more oxygen to the muscles, which can help ease aches and pains. As with the other massage therapies, hot stone massage is associated with many benefits. Some of the benefits are easy relaxation of the muscles, helps to get rid of stress, helps to release toxins and also reduces the pain. By improving circulation throughout the body it promotes the overall health. In the view of the above benefits, hot stone massage is used as a therapy to relieve certain health problems such as arthritis, anxiety, stress, back pain, depression, insomnia and problems related to blood circulation, and of course a cool weather “warm me up” treat! Hot stone massage can also bring calmness to the mind, it helps you to go in to a state of deep meditation. Perfect for relieving stress from work, school, children or anything!