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802.793.0838
83 Kirby Rd
East Burke, VT

Massage

Appointments:

Please contact Laura (802) 673-4608) or Stephanie (802-793-0838) in advance to schedule massage treatments. 

 

$40 for 30 minutes
$70 for 60 minutes
$100 for 90 minutes

 

Members and local residents are eligible for discounts on services. Please inquire about our program when calling.

 

Offerings:

Swedish Massage: This is a relaxing, lighter touch, long flowing strokes. Great for stress relief and relaxation.
 

Deep Tissue Massage: Deeper pressure is applied to the muscles, fascia,and other connective tissues to release chronic muscle tension. Great for pain management and relief.
 

Sports Massage: A form of bodywork geared towards athletic working bodies. Used to help prevent injuries, maintain optimal condition, and recovery from workouts and injuries. Great for muscular soreness, muscular readiness, and circulation. In some cases, the client will stay fully clothed in comfortable clothing.
 

Thai Yoga Massage: Also known as lazy mans yoga. Slow, rhythmic compressions, stretches along the body’s energy lines are some of the techniques used in this massage. Client will be fully chothed on a mat on the floor. These techniques can also be done on the massage table. Great for tight stiff bodies.
 

Myofacial Release Massage: This technique aims to release tension in the fascia due to trama, posture, or inflammation by appling sustained pressure. Fascia is a connective tissue that surraounds the muscles, bones, nerves, and organs in the body. Great for relaxing muscles, improving blood flow, and lymphatic circulation.
 

Reflexology Massage: Focuses on reflex points in the hands and feet to relieve tension and illness in the body. Great for promoting healing and stress relief.
 

Hot Stone Massage: A specialty masssage treatment using heated stones to warm and massage the body. This technque can help relax tight sore muscles. The therapist can also work the deeper muscle tissues. See price list for the up charge. Great treatment after a day of skiing to warm up and relieve sore muscles.

 

Extras:

Hot and Cold Hydrotherapy: Utilizes hot and cold temperature packs or towels. Heat therapy is used to relax and relieve muscle soreness. Cold therapy reduces inflammation and swelling.

 

Aromatherpy: Uses essential oils: Plate oils extracted can have both physiological and psychological benefits on the body. Each essential oil has a number of healing properties.

 




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