We offer Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, Sugar Rub and Hot Bamboo Massages in convenient 30, 60, 75 and 90 minute sessions.

What better time to get a massage than immediately following a nice long float, when your body is already fully relaxed and prepared to soak in some healing touch?



Not actually from Sweden, this describes a comfortable, flowing style which can be performed at light, medium, or deep pressures, useful for both injury treatment and relaxation. It enhances immunity, reduces stress, and shifts the body’s energy out of guarding and into healing. Relaxing massage can be immensely restorative for insomnia sufferers, because it induces theta waves in the brain and the release of growth hormone, otherwise released during deep sleep.


Make pregnancy more comfortable with this full body massage that pays special attention to swollen ankles, legs and lower back pain. We care using a special body pillow for comfort. Pure aromatherapy blends for massage & inhalation therapy.



Our exfoliating sugar glow massage is a natural, indulgent body scrub that gently exfoliates and polishes skin with natural sugar cane, leaving a healthy, natural glow. Infused with CPTG® essential oils of Wild Orange, Grapefruit, and Ginger, this luxurious scrub provides a custom spa experience that entices the senses, pampers the body, and warms the soul. Formulated with a rich blend of kukui, macadamia, and coconut oils, the doTERRA SPA Exfoliating Body Scrub not only removes dead skin cells through exfoliation, but replaces vital hydration to keep skin looking smooth and soft.


With little or no oil, specific muscles, tendons, and trigger points (knots) are slowly stretched and released with focused pressure. Not to be confused to with deep-pressure Swedish massage, although the two can be blended together easily.

hot bamboo

This wonderful technique promotes a deep sense of well-being and delicious relaxation. Many clients report that the positive effects of the bamboo tools seem even longer lasting than deep tissue massage without the bamboo sticks.

The mind’s first step to self-awareness
must be through the body.
— George Sheehan