Theraputic Enhancements

Complement Your Massage Experience

 

Essential Oils

We use top quality, organic or wildcrafted therapeutic artisan Napasha Way Essential Oils as part of our massage therapy. Essential oils are extracted from plants and have been used for thousands of years. They are highly concentrated and used in small amounts. They are powerful in their abilities to help the body heal itself.

We use these oils in our massage sessions to release muscle tension, aches, pains; to stimulate the lymphatic system, and for relaxation. We also sell these wonderful essential oils available for home use. We are your source for diffusers, too!

Also, check out our Napasha Way soaps and lotions. They are very helpful for eczema, dry skin, adds moisture, lessens wrinkles, and evens skin tone.


Medi-Cupping

Cupping is an ancient tool that has found its place in the contemporary world of health care. Massage cupping is a modern form of vacuum therapy, and the impressive results that this treatment produces greatly benefit those who experience its subtle effect. 

Cupping creates suction and vacuum pressure which is used to soften tight muscles and tone, loosen adhesions and re-vitalize connective tissues. Cupping also increases hydration and blood circulation, moves deep inflammation to the skin surface where it can be released, and opens lymphatic pathways for the release of toxins. Cupping is a versatile treatment that complements many health modalities including massage therapy.


Bio-Freeze

Biofreeze is a pain reliever developed by an internationally known chemist while experimenting with several formulations to relieve his grandmother's arthritis pain. His work led him to the herb ILEX which is extracted from a holly shrub grown in South America and used by Paraguay Indians. Biofreeze works by using cold therapy to deeply penetrate muscles to provide pain relief that can last for several hours. Those who benefit most from using Biofreeze are those that are experiencing pain and discomfort from back pain, sore muscles and arthritis.