Types of Massage to Relieve Stress and Promote Balance and Inner Healing:

  • Deep Tissue

  • Swedish/European

  • Medical

  • Pregnancy/Pre-natal

  • Sports

  • Neuromuscular Massage
  • Relaxation/Stress Relief

  • Trigger Point

  • Myofascial Release

  • Pain Relief

  • Increase Flexibility/Active Isolated Stretch

  • Emotional Healing

  • Foot Massage

  • Aromatherapy


Massage Therapy Selections Include:

  • Deep Tissue / Swedish Massage: A classic European massage involving the use of oils along with familiar long strokes, kneading, and other specializing techniques which are aimed at storing the balance and enhancing the function of the muscular, lymphatic, and circulatory systems. The effects of European massage when applied in the appropriate situation are:

    • Increased blood and lymph circulation: Several massage strokes increase the movement of blood and lymph. This may help clear interstitial spaces of metabolic waste products and increase the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the tissue.

    • Muscle relaxation: Massage therapy may relieve muscle spasm and cramps.

    • Adhesion removal: An adhesion exists when two tissues are joined by scar tissue following an injury or disease. Massage therapy may be effective in breaking down such adhesions.

    • Fibrosis alleviation: Fibrosis is formation of excessive or abnormal scar tissue after injury. Massage therapy may relieve this condition.

    • Pain Relief: Massage therapy may relieve pain, especially if it is caused by muscle spasm.

    • Respiratory drainage: Tapotement may help drain the bronchial tubes of mucus build-up.

    • Stress reduction: Many forms of massage therapy may promote general relaxation and reduction of physical, emotional, and mental stress. Given the prevalence of stress-related disorders, this may be one of it's most important benefits. 

  • Medical Massage: The therapeutic treatment of physiological ailments resulting from either injury, accident, or disease process.

  • Sports Massage: This therapeutic massage conditions and restores the muscles by clearing the trigger points and metabolic wastes which are the by-products of exercise and muscle fatigue. For the competitor, pre and post massage enhances athletic performance and hastens recovery time. It is also an effective treatment in the management of common sports injuries: tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, wrist, knee, and ankle problems. 

  • Oriental Massage: Ancient healing techniques based on the traditional Chinese Medical System of Acupuncture, which use hand and finger pressure instead of needles on specific acupuncture points and along the merridians (channels of energy pathways) which help create the balance and free flow of one's own internal life force (chi). 

  • Reflexology: This ancient healing art is based on the belief that the body as a whole is reflected in the soles of the feet, the palms of the hands, and in the ears. Disturbances in the organs, glands, or any body parts or systems will reflect as tender spots in these reflex zones. Reflexology massage will help to rejuvenate, improve circulation, stimulate healing, and re-energize your body and mind. 

  • Pregnancy Massage: The pregnant woman and her unborn child can benefit greatly from these soothing treatments which help to alleviate the stress and strains associated with the childbearing process. 

  • Infant Massage: A nurturing touch helps create a healthy, loving bond between infant and parent and/or care-giver. Infant massage helps to strengthen and regulate the baby's primary systems (i.e. respiratory, circulatory, nervous, musculature, and gastrointestinal) and helps in dealing with special needs such as colic, pre-maturity, intestinal difficulties (i.e. excessive gas, constipation, etc.) and helps baby to sleep better.


Pricing - $65 to $200

Half Hour Massage: A focused sports, medical, relaxation, or reflexology massage

One Hour Massage: A full body Swedish or Oriental massage

90 Minute Massage: For those who want the ultimate in full body massage 

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Cell/Text: 516-241-6952        Office: 516-498-1912

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