Service & Rates

Our service rates are all the same across different modalities. It’s because we believe each modality plays an essential role in healing, and it makes sense to be able to use them according to your needs without any interruption. We customize your session based on your issues and needs. 

Our Hours of Operation

10am – 6pm

Closed on Wednesday and Sunday

Types of Massage

Orthopedic Massage is done by skilled and trained massage therapists. It’s not a single technique of massage but a system of rehabilitative massage. It’s done by orthopedic protocol – taking a thorough assessment before the session, testing the muscular tension, release it through various techniques and stretch (Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, and others as needed). This is ideal for the muscular issues that are overwhelming and getting out of your hands.

Shiatsu is a Japanese technique that releases joint stiffness, muscle tension by compression, rocking movement, and stretching using the meridian channels (energy paths) as a map to release blockages that are causing muscle and organ dysfunctions. It can align distortion in your body and bring deeper relaxation.

Deep tissue massage is a technique used to relieve both muscle tension and trigger points (muscle knots). It helps to improve the range of motion and heal injuries below the surface. While working on deeper layers to release accumulated tension, we work with you in close communication so we could make effective session while you are still relaxed and comfortable.

When trigger points are present, the surrounding area of the muscle is dense, and you can find a nodule when you pinch or compress the area. Trigger points refer pain to other areas, and that makes it difficult to treat muscle issues because where you are feeling pain is not necessary the cause of pain. A skilled massage therapist who specializes in trigger point therapy can find and work on your trigger points, and you can continue to work on it after the session. It helps to improve the range of motion and heal injuries below the surface.

A unique hands-on bodywork system designed to restore function, relieve pain, rebalance, and re-educate the body based on concepts and principles from Rolfing, osteopathy, and related physical medicine. This technique focuses on detecting and correcting strain patterns to prevent back/neck pain and combines deep-tissue work with assisted stretching and non-force spinal alignment.

We all develop muscle imbalances in our bodies as we go through our lives. Postural distortions are caused by the tensile line created by tight muscles and fascias*. Myofascial Release uses specific techniques to release these tensile lines. It helps restore postural balance in your body and often used for clinical/orthopedic massage to recover from injuries and restore range of motion.

* Fascia is a connective tissue that holds and binds muscles together. If the muscles are sausages, fascias are the casing that holds the sausages and connects to the bones.

Therapy Derived from Ancient China, our cupping method is unique and effective. By creating suction and negative pressure, Vacuum Cupping therapy is used to soften tight muscles and tone attachments, loosen adhesion and lift connective tissue, bring hydration and blood flow to body tissues, and drain excess fluids and toxins by opening lymphatic pathways.