Neuromuscular Therapy

A specific form of bodywork which requires advanced training in Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology and Palpation.  This treatment is helpful for chronic pain and improving function of the musculoskeletal system.


Therapeutic Massage

A combination of therapies which might include: Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, and many others. The goal with clinical massage is to help alleviate specific muscle pain.


Trigger Point

 A method of bodywork designed to release nodules in taut bands of muscle fiber. Commonly called “knots,” these nodules are responsible for local and referred pain within the muscles and joints.  This treatment can be helpful for chronic pain and improving function of the musculoskeletal system.


Swedish Massage

 The most common form of massage therapy. It's used for relaxation, the smooth and gentle strokes are often used for stress relief and full-body restoration.  This treatment can be helpful for circulation, and relieving overall tension stored within the body.

Cupping Therapy (JUST Cupping)

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which our therapists place silicone cups on your skin for several minutes to create suction, and then will replace them periodically in a session. For full effect, we may leave the cups in place up to 10mins before reapplying, client’s are then allowed to relax in our treatment room with the cups on the body in “suction mode”. We include a heated massage table, Himalayan Salt Lamp glow, focused area cupping, herbal tea, and relaxation music.

Cupping Massage

Very similar to the focused stationary traditional method of cupping this has a similar approach, however the therapist will use a movement along with the suction creating a vacuum and stripping of the fascial tissue. In these sessions, the cups are applied and moved across different muscle groups to create a “cupping massage.” We administer both forms of cupping for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, lymphatic stimulation, relaxation, and well-being.

CBD Massage

We administer the dose (12mg -36mg) you request either orally before the massage or in the massage cream, to absorb into the soft tissue. CBD has been studied for its role in treating a number of health issues. Though more studies are needed, CBD is thought to provide the following health benefits: relieve pain, reduce anxiety and depression, alleviate cancer-related symptoms, reduce acne and other skin conditions, neuroprotective properties, benefit heart health, decreases inflammation, and helps with sleep disorders.