Purchase six 60-minute massages upfront and receive an $80 discount. Requires prepayment and all sessions must be used within a year's time.
Join the Monthly Club and Enjoy a Discounted Rate
Consistent massage is key to mind-body-spirit balance! I offer a discount rate of $70 per session for those who come at least one time per month within 12 month timeframe. Any additional visits within the 12 month timeframe are charged at the same rate. You are automatically billed monthly via credit card on file for 12 months. Rec...
Deep tissue, ashiatsu, myofascial, lymph drainage, trigger point, relaxation, Pin and Stretch, elderly, pre-natal, cupping, hot stone.
I offer an integrated massage that combines all the techniques I have learned to date for rehabilitative results as well as relaxation. I include heat application and any additional tools I may need; hot stones, cupping, aromatherapy. I continue to evolve as a therapist and update my skills regularly.
The Rossiter System is one of the most powerful methods for targeted relief and prevention of structural pain. It is a Unique, Effective, Safe method that provides fast pain relief.
The Rossiter System is a two-person stretching modality that not only alleviates pain but can prevent its occurrence. It offers a series of powerful and effective techniques for addressing structural pain and restriction of movement at its source – the connective tissue system. Your will experience noticeable looseness in your joints...
I have moved totally out of the Waterbury office on 140 Grandview Avenue, and set back up in "the round" building, 2030 Straits Turnpike in Middlebury. This unique building formerly housed WWCO radio station back in the day. Simply use exit 17 off 84, and at the 4-way light, head right towards Watertown.
Medical Massage is prescribed and intended to resolve conditions that have been diagnosed andprescribed by a Physician. The massage therapist can use a variety of modalities or techniques, but will focus the Medical Massage session on the areas of the body related to the diagnosis. Medical Massage is typically billed in 15-minute increments. Reimbursement fee schedules apply based on the coverage your insurance company has determined.
If you've never had a massage before, you may want to review this information.
After our initial conversation by phone, I will send you an intake form via email. If you book with less than 24 hours you will fill out the intake form at my office. The form gives me your basic contact information and a general health picture. You will inform me of any issues you may be experiencing - tight shoulders, sciatica pain, recent surgery or procedures, etc.
It is important to disclose any food sensitivities you may have; I use organic oils and...
I've been providing hospice care for about five years now; hospice massage has been part of my practice since working for the VITAs Hospice Care Program. It is humbling, rewarding, emotionally gratifying, and I feel honored to help patients in their last stage of life. The people I meet are amazing.
Hospice massage offers patients gentle touch and relief from body aches and pains, as well as calming , anxiety relief and a better sleep. In some cases, the personal company in of itself is so uplifting, especially for patients in facil...
Experts estimate that upwards of ninety percent of disease is stress related. And perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress. While eliminating anxiety and pressure altogether in this fast-paced world may be idealistic, massage can, without a doubt, help manage stress.
This translates into:
Enhanced sleep quality.
Many types of massage offer benefits beyond sim...
Manual lymph drainage (MLD) is a gentle technique initially developed by Dr. Emil Vodder, a Denmark PhD. MLD is a specialized form of massage that can stimulate the lymphatic system to improve lymphatic fluid flow, and re-direct the fluid to alternate (unaffected) lymphatic pathways, thereby reducing swelling.
Dr. Vodder developed the technique of MLD in the 1930s. While working on the French Riviera treating patients with chronic colds, he noticed these patients had swollen lymph nodes. In the 1930s it was taboo to tamper with th...