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Work with Me – Massage Therapy and Thai Bodywork

Massage Therapy/Thai Bodywork

1. Program 100% designed to address your specific challenges.
2. Increased relaxation, Stress reduction, and Improved flexibility.
3. Homework is provided at the end of each session to increase and extend the benefits.
Pricing is based on number of sessions or combination of services bundled for a package price. Give me a call to get the details.
1. All sessions must be secured with a credit card. If sessions are canceled with less than 24 hour notice the session will be charged.
2. All packages are non-refundable and sessions expire 6 months from date of purchase.
3. 24 hour cancellation policy – Please contact the studio at least 24 hours prior to your session to reschedule. Sessions cancelled with less than 24 hour notice will be charged for the session. All clients are given 2 late cancellations during the calendar year to account for the unforeseen.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Traditional Thai Bodywork differ from other types of Massage?

Traditional Thai Bodywork is done on a floor mat, as opposed to a table; there are no oils or lotions used;and the client remains comfortably clothed.

Why do you need to know my medical history?

Your medical history is important! Everyone practicing in this studio completes a Client Profile containing areas to note past surgeries, current challenges and a list of all medications you are taking. Also, by signing the Waiver you are acknowledging that you are cleared by a doctor to exercise and participate in our services.  Certain conditions and medications require modifications to movement and exercise, if I don’t have all the info I can’t protect you properly. Your continued health and safety is my first priority!

Massage Therapy and Traditional Thai Bodywork

Swedish Massage – Relaxation massage using light to medium pressure used to increase circulation and promote relaxation and stress reduction.

Deep Tissue Massage – Used to speed injury rehabilitation and address muscle soreness and tension caused by excessive desk sitting, driving, repetitive use, etc. Deep tissue massage uses moderate pressure to warm the muscles and treat areas of discomfort, using limited lotion/cream and trigger point therapy when appropriate.

Traditional Thai Bodywork – Thai Massage or Thai Yoga, blends acupressure, joint mobility, and deep stretching to provide relief to sore, stiff muscles.  This style of bodywork differs from table massage in three distinct ways. First as the recipient you remain comfortably clothed throughout the massage. Second there are no oils or lotions used. Third the practitioner uses a comfortable floor mat, not a table.

Massage Therapy or Traditional Thai Bodywork may be right for you if you are:

  • Recovering from an injury
  • Suffering from muscle aches and pains
  • Undergoing or recovering from cancer treatments (Written doctor clearance required)
  • Living with chronic pain

Pricing.

 
Treatment NameLength of SessionSession Price
Therapeutic Massage - Deep Tissue or Swedish*60 Minutes$80.00
Therapeutic Massage - Deep Tissue or Swedish*90 Minutes$120.00
Express Thai Bodywork*60 Minutes$90.00
Traditional Thai Bodywork*90 Minutes$130.00
Thai Bodywork Treatment*120 Minutes$165.00
Thai Foot Massage30 Minutes/60 Minutes$50.00/$90.00
*Add Thai Foot Massage to any Service30 Minutes$45.00

Duet Training

Duet TrainingThis program is designed for a team of two training together for one hour sessions.  Duet teams must be a similar fitness level and ability to ensure that both see progress from a team centered program.

Circuit Training

Circuit TrainingGet the benefit of tower/reformer, core align and combo/exo chair work for a fun workout in a group of 4 to 6. Ten week programs enable you to dig deep into the exercises to reach your goals.

Small Group Class

Small GroupThe mixed class format includes, Pilates Mat, Flow Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Foam Roller class and Ring Toner class. Some weeks the formats are combined, other weeks we dive a bit deeper into one area.

My Pilates Story

My Pilates Story
In the winter of 2006, my left knee joint was punctured in a car accident. Fortunately no one else was injured and the structure of my knee was relatively unaffected. I had around twenty stitches…

Why I do what I do.

Habits are invisible. Movement just happens. You don't actively think about how to stand up and walk across a room. Right?? Unless a foot or knee or hip are not working as they should then it can be tough or downright painful.

The human body is an amazing instrument and everyone’s is different. Some people have long limbs and short torsos, some have long torsos and short limbs, some are lean and naturally muscular, others work hard to build strength and even harder to gain and maintain flexibility, while more still have such flexibility in their elbows, knees, shoulders and hips that the muscles need to work overtime to protect them from injury. Or more commonly learn how to recover.

Pilates and Yoga Therapy are tools I have used to rehab injuries for myself and post-rehab with my clients. I know what it is like to work through an injury. It is extremely rewarding to guide my clients on their path to strengthen, re-balance, and improve their overall functional fitness.

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