Tok Sen therapy uses a mallet and wedge made of tamarind wood to gently tap along the energy meridians in the body. It produces penetrating vibrations that resonate through the deep layers of tissue and bones. The vibrations created from Tok Sen relax stiff muscles and provide pain relief. It is a rhythmic massage that is administered with a combination of consecutive taps and continuous movement to disperse energy.

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Barefoot Thai massage is an ancient form of bodywork that uses the therapists feet and the body weight to perform deep tissue work on specific pressure points on the body, resulting in the client feeling refreshed and stimulated.
*Barefoot Thai is used as an addition to another massage, once your body is warmed up and open to receiving such deep bodywork.

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Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet, hands and ears. Theory behind reflexology is that these areas correspond to organs and systems of the body. Proponents believe that pressure applied to these areas affects the organs and benefits the person’s health.
*REFLEXOLOGY should not be confused with a full-body massage as the therapist will only be working with the hands, feet and ears.

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Swedish Therapeutic massage can be slow and relaxing, or firm and energizing, depending on the recipients preference and goals.

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Pre and Post Natal massage relieves many of the common discomforts experienced during pregnancy; backaches, stiff neck, leg cramps, headaches and edema (swelling). In addition, prenatal massage encourages blood and lymph circulation, helps to relax nervous tension which aids in better sleep and can help relieve depression or anxiety caused by hormonal changes.

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Shiatsu is like acupuncture in that it stimulates the body’s vital energy. Calm and relaxing in nature, yet dynamic in effect; the body begins to re-adjust itself and healing takes place. Shiatsu is a type of therapy that supports and strengthens the body and naturally heals and balances itself – not just with the physical body, but also with the psychological, emotional and spiritual aspects of being.

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Deep Tissue Therapy is a specific type of massage therapy that concentrates more on the deeper layers of muscle and fascia in the body. By using extremely slow, firm strokes, deep tissue massage is used to treat a variety of physical ailments.

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Polarity Therapy can cause people to experience deep relaxation, release of pain, greater range of movement, changes in breathing, shifts in the nervous system, sensations of heat or cold, spontaneous movement and the surfacing of memories which can also lead to a powerful emotionally expressive release of energy. Polarity Therapy is a truly holistic practice, it can work for people an all states of health; it meets you where you are at and inspires positive changes that are just right for you.
*POLARITY should not be confused with massage as the clients body is not stroked or kneaded.

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Traditional Thai massage requires little to no creams and oils and the recipient is fully clothed. Thai massage is performed on a floor mat, in accordance with the Ayurvedic principles of balancing one’s energy. The body is gently arranged into four positions (face- down, face-up, side, and sitting position), which provides access to muscles and stretches that would be otherwise unworkable. Rhythmic compressions, rolling of limbs, and gentle rocking are Thai massage methods employed in order to relax and realign energies in the body. Elbows, feet, knees, and forearms are used to execute certain strokes and manipulations, making the experience quite physical for both parties. Thai Massage focuses on circulation and pressure points, promoting internal health as well as muscular flexibility.

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Massage on the RocksA combination of LaStone Therapy – a trademarked style of massage that uses both heated and chilled stones – and Swedish therapeutic massage the body. While cold stones may not sound appealing, they feel refreshing on your warmed skin and have a beneficial effect on the body. Called contrast therapy, alternating hot with cold stimulates the circulatory and lymphatic systems, helps detoxify the body. It also relieves pain and has an invigorating effect.

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*Herbal Healing Balls use a blend of traditional herbs. These compresses have a relaxing and invigorating effect on the body and mind, soothing sore and overworked muscles while giving the body’s energy reserves a huge boost.

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*contraindications: high blood pressure