massage

Massage Therapy - Helping You Relax and Feel Better

Types of Massage 

Swedish 

Increases oxygen flow in the blood and releases toxins from the muscles putting the client in a calm, relaxed state. 

Deep Tissue 

Uses slower, more forceful strokes to target the deep layers of muscle and connective tissue. Used to treat long-lasting muscle tension or pain. 

Oncology 

Designed specifically to help manage and reduce the symptoms of individuals experiencing cancer. Benefits include improved relaxation, sleep and immune function as well as reduced anxiety, pain, fatigue and nausea. 

Prenatal 

Designed especially for the mom-to-be. Performed during the pregnancy in a side-lying position, or on a pregnancy pillow.  

Sports 

Uses quick strokes to increase blood flow and warm the muscles. The body is prepared for sports events by passive stretching movements, and the massage helps eliminate accumulated waste products, and the discomfort that follows a heavy workout. 

Hot Stones 

Uses traditional strokes of a Swedish massage while holding a smooth, heated stone. 

Reiki 

The therapist uses a series of light touch hand placements either on or slightly above the client’s body. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit, creating beneficial effects such as feelings of peace, security, relaxation and well-being. It works in conjunction with all other medical and therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery. 

Raindrop Therapy (please call or schedule in person at Wellspring)

This aromatherapy technique uses 9+ therapeutic-grade essential oils with integrative massage techniques to loosen the muscles surrounding the spine and feet. It supports the immune system from foreign invaders, and helps reduce the presence of inflammation and pain. These deeply penetrating oils detoxify and nourish every system of the body. A complete Raindrop Therapy session requires a 45-minute appointment. To incorporate with Swedish or Deep Tissue massage, a 60- or 90-minute session is recommended.  

Add Cupping Therapy for Just $10 
This is ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. Cupping helps with inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and is used as a type of deep-tissue massage to relieve pain and muscular tension

Massage Prices

Swedish | Deep Tissue | Oncology | Prenatal | Sports Massage | Reiki

Member Non Member
30-minute $ 29.75 $ 35.00
45-minute $ 42.50 $ 50.00
60-minute $ 59.50 $ 70.00
90-minute $ 76.50 $ 90.00
Packages Available
(5) 60-minute massage $ 300.00
(5) 45-minute massage $ 215.00
(5) 30-minute massage $ 150.00
Hot Stones
60-minute $ 76.50 $ 90.00
Raindrop Therapy
(please call or schedule in person at Wellspring)
30-minute (feet only) $ 38.25 $ 45.00
45-minute $ 51.00 $ 60.00
60-minute $ 68.00 $ 80.00
90-minute $ 85.00 $ 100.00

Frequently Asked Questions

Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissue which involves touch and movement to promote health and healing.  

What are the benefits of massage therapy? 

  • Decreases pain
  • Reduces anxiety and stress
  • Improves range of motion
  • Reduces muscle pain and tightness
  • Boosts your immune system
  • Improves prenatal comfort
  • Relieves headache/migraine pain
  • Increases flexibility
  • Increases circulation

What do I wear during my massage?
The therapist will excuse themselves from the room so you can disrobe to your comfort level. Generally clients will disrobe to their undergarments. Keep in mind you will be properly draped at all times to keep you warm and comfortable. Only the area being worked on will be exposed.

What parts of my body will be massaged?
You and your therapist will discuss the nature of your visit and the desired outcome. A typical full body session will include your back, neck, shoulders, arms, legs, feet and head.

What should I do during my session?
Make yourself comfortable and relax. Closing your eyes and speaking are optional. Feel free to ask your therapist questions about the massage.

What is my responsibility to my massage therapist?
Before your first session you will be asked to complete a health history questionnaire. We encourage you to fill out the form accurately and honestly. On subsequent visits you should inform your therapist of any changes in your health.  

Communicate with the therapist if the pressure they are using is too much or not enough.