Massage therapy is the manual manipulation of the soft body tissue to help relax muscles, reduce stress and anxiety, rehabilitate injuries and reduce pain . Our registered massage therapists will assist you in restoring, maintaining and enhancing your well being. Some of our modalities at All About Massage Day Spa include relaxation massage, deep tissue, lymphatic drainage, TMJ and cranial sacral therapy.
- 30 minutes - $56
- 45 minutes - $68
- 60 minutes - $85
- 90 minutes - $118
- 120 minutes - $150
Relax together with your significant other, whether your life partner, sister, mom or best friend, with two registered massage therapists in our serene couple's room.
- 60 minutes for $90 per person
- 90 minutes for $120 per person
A method of treatment involving the physical act of applying pressure to the feet with specific thumb, finger and hand techniques. Reflexology relieves tension, improves circulation and helps promote the natural function of the related areas of the body.
- 45 minutes for $68
Hot Stone Massage
Hot stone massage is a specialty massage that uses smooth, heated stones. They are often basalt, a black volcanic rock that absorbs and retains heat well, but they can be other types. The heat is both deeply relaxing and helps tight muscles release.
- 60 minutes - $115
- 90 minutes - $145
Cupping is a method of treating disease that is caused by local congestion. A partial vacuum is created in a cupping jar, usually by means of heat, which is then applied directly to the skin.The suction draws blood to the surface of the skin and will appear as bruising. This age-old technique is again gaining popularity with health care professionals and is used to treat arthritic, abdominal and stomach pain, as well as indigestion, hypertension, common cold, cough, low back pain and asthma, to just name a few maladies.
Reiki is used as a healing tool. It is the transfer of energy to help restore a balance of health. This could be done on one self or to another individual.
The Reiki is performed by a channel of energy that is transmitted through the hands. The person performing Reiki must have studied with a Reiki master for a minimum of two levels.
It is safe to use on all illnesses and is non invasive. Every client is fully dressed and the experiences are all different. Reiki therapy will leave you with a relaxed feeling that is different from any other.
- 45 minutes for $68
Don't suffer in silence!
Acupuncture is used in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and movement disorders, sports injuries, functional problems, headaches, stress-related disorders, and chronic pain.
This treatment is covered under most insurance plans in conjunction with massage therapy, as it falls under the scope of practice of an RMT. Two of our registered massage therapists have received their certification of acupuncture from the McMaster University Medical Acupuncture Program.
Massage therapy and acupuncture work well when used in a complementary fashion. Massage provides firm muscular work and the healing touch; acupuncture corrects qi and organ dysfunction while triggering endorphins and the anti-inflammatory response. By employing both therapies, the individual benefits of each are conferred, but relief is more enduring. That’s because immediate symptoms and underlying problems are remedied together. In conjunction, the techniques also create a synergy that magnifies their powers to relax, relieve, and heal.
- Appointments are 45 minutes in length - $68
Micro-current point stimulation (MPS) therapy combines the principles of acupuncture with neurology to effectively relax muscles. A hand-held device assists the massage therapist in treatment of chronic pain in many areas of the body as well fibromyalgia and healing scar tissue. A non-invasive device offering a drug-free alternative to pain relief and management.
Scope of Practice
“The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissues and joints by manipulation to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain.”
Principles Which Guide The Practice of Massage Therapy:
- Respect for persons To value the dignity and worth of all persons regardless of age, race, culture, creed , sexual identity, gender, ableness and/or health status.
- Responsible Caring Providing sensitive, compassionate and empathetic quality massage therapy.
- Integrity in Relationships To practice with integrity, honesty and diligence in our professional relationships with ourselves, our clients, our professional colleagues and society.
- Responsibility to Society To be accountable to society and conduct ourselves in a manner that fosters and promotes high ethical standards.
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