Massage Specialities

Esalen Massage

Esalen massage is an eclectic blend of techniques and principles from various disciplines, including Swedish massage, sensory, awareness training, craniosacral therapy, applied kinesiology/stretching, and Tai, with a slow flow and long strokes. This combination includes deep relaxation and relieves attachment sites.

Myofascial Release

A myofascial release helps to release tension in your myofascial tissues. Myofascial tissue is a network of tissue that spreads throughout your entire body. It connects your muscles, joints, and bones. Myofascial pain is different from other types of pain because it occurs in places where your myofascial tissue meets or crosses.


Deep tissue massage is the type of massage that reaches the deeper layers of muscles. This massage is most beneficial for those who sit for long periods and carry stress. It breaks down knots and relieves pressure points throughout the body. Swedish massage helps melt muscle tension and increase blood flow to your heart. Swedish massage can be extremely therapeutic. It helps to decrease muscle toxins, increase oxygen levels in the blood, and improve flexibility in the body.

Craniosacral Release

The craniosacral release is the gentle holding of specific points along the head, sacrum, and spinal column to release tension. A powerful modality that has proven beneficial for a variety of conditions. It can help alleviate headaches, chronic pain, sinus conditions, and IBS.

Table Thai Massage

Thai massage is an ancient healing system that combines broad and targeted acupressure, stimulation and manipulation of energy lines called sen, and assisted yoga postures. It also includes stretching, compression, and rocking to release, increase joint mobility, and reduce stiffness.