Therapeutic Massage

My style of massage is very different from what you would get from a regular spa massage. I put years of training and effort to create my own style. I’m also learning new ones every day to bring you what is better for your body. I adjust accordingly with your level of comfort and pressure, even when your level of comfort is lighter pressure I would be working your muscles on a deeper level. I include Cupping, Guasha, Stretching, and other tools that may help me give you a better therapeutic experience.


  • 60 Minutes Therapeutic Bodywork: $100
  • 90 Minutes Therapeutic Bodywork: $150
  • 120 Minutes Therapeutic Bodywork: $200
  • 180 Minutes Therapeutic Bodywork: $300
  • Cupping Add-On: *included
  • Gua Sha: *included
  • Aromatherapy Add-On: $10

*(if necessary or you request it)

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A note about Time: You have to be prepared to add at least 30 minutes to any service. This time include any traveling/cleaning/interview time. I don’t rush in my Therapy and this ultimately would benefit you.


Time is priceless. A 24-hour cancellation notice is required for any service. Cancellations within 24 hours are charged a 33% cancellation fee. No shows are charged 100% of the service.


  • Neuromuscular Therapy (Trigger Point)
    • Neuromuscular therapy is a combination of modalities like Trigger Point Therapy and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). Neuromuscular Therapy is a specialized form of deep tissue massage in which digital pressure and friction are used to release areas of tension, weakness, or spasms in the muscle. These areas are called tender or trigger points and are the cause of muscular pain symptoms.
  • Myofascial Release Therapy
    • Myofascial Release is a therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain. The method engages the myofascial tissue to slowly release the restricted fascia.
  • Cupping Therapy
    • Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine in which a local suction is created on the skin with the application of cups. Its practice mainly occurs in Asia but also in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America.
  • Gua Sha
    • Gua Sha (Chinese: 刮痧), is part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in which a tool is used to scrape people’s skin to produce light petechiae. Practitioners believe that gua sha releases unhealthy bodily matter from blood stasis within sore, tired, stiff, or injured muscle areas to stimulate new oxygenated blood flow to the areas, thus promoting metabolic cell repair, regeneration, healing, and recovery.
  • Stretching (PNF)
    • PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) is a type of stretching that relies on reflexes to produce deeper stretches that increase flexibility, doing this triggers the inverse myotatic reflex, a protective reflex that calms the muscle to prevent injury.

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