How do you balance your mind body spirit?

As little as one session can balance your mind body and spirit.  My focus is always to restore and balance your energy in each massage.

Swedish Massage


A great fit for clients that want to relax, let go of stress, and decompress. Expect moderate to firm pressure throughout your session. This therapeutic technique involves long gliding massage strokes, circular pressure, and firm kneading on major muscles of the body.


Common benefits include:

● easing muscle tension

● calming the nervous system

● improving muscle tissue flexibility

● increasing blood circulation

60 min $90

90 min $130

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Deep Tissue Massage


A great fit for clients dealing with chronic aches and pain or recovering from injuries. Expect firm to very firm pressure throughout your session. This therapeutic technique involves the application of slow, specific and deliberate massage strokes in order to affect the knotted or injured soft tissue.


Common benefits include:

● Quicker injury recovery

● Less pain and/or stiffness

● Increased mobility and range of motion

● Improved postural alignment

60 min $90

90 min $130



Reiki is a form of energy work from Japan. The word "Reiki" means "mysterious atmosphere, miraculous sign." It comes from the Japanese words "rei" (universal) and "ki" (life energy). Reiki is a type of energy healing. It promotes relaxation, and many find that it brings healing, positive energy, and reduces pain. Those in good health report feelings of balance and well being. For those who are experiencing health, emotional, or spiritual challenges, Reiki can truly be healing and transformative.

Common benefits include:

● Promotes Harmony & Balance

● Creates deep relaxation 

● Helps the body release stress and tension

● Clears the mind and improves focus 

● Aids better sleep


60 min. $90

Reiki Treatment

Integrative Massage

Integrative Massage is the application of specific treatment protocols targeting the specific problem(s) each client presents with. It is the practical application of numerous hands on techniques to treat a clients specific areas of dysfunction during a massage session.  A full body massage that is designed for the individual client.   

Common benefits include:

● All of the above modalities

60 min.   $90

90 min.   $130

120 min. $160

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Hot Stone Massage

A hot stone massage is a type of massage therapy. It’s used to help you relax and ease tense muscles and damaged soft tissues throughout your body.

Common benefits include:

  • Relief of muscle tension and pain

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Promote sleep

60 min. $100

90 min. $140

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In reflexology, pressure is applied to specific reflex points on the foot. These points correspond to organs and areas of the body. The treatment is said to induce a healing response, even alleviating some ailments.

Common benefits include:

  • Relaxation

  • Alleviates swelling

  • Relieves body pains

30 min. $50

60 min. $90


Thai Massage (Table and Mat)

Thai massage has many benefits for the individual. It uses gentle pressure on energy lines and yoga-like stretching to relax the whole body on a deeper level. 

Common benefits include:

  • Lowers stress

  • Boosts energy

  • Improves range of motion

30 min. $50

60 min. $90

90 min. $130

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Pre/Postnatal Massage

Studies suggest that moms-to-be who get a weekly massage have lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol and higher levels of the feel-good hormones serotonin and dopamine. 

Common benefits include:

60 min. $90

90 min. $130

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I got a great massage from Yasemin. I asked her to spend extra time on my neck and shoulders, and she did a fantastic job. Very good pressure, great therapeutic technique, and she's a wonderful, kind, and friendly person to boot!
I have been receiving massage therapy regularly for 15 years (no more chronic neck and back pain!) and am a massage therapist myself, so you might consider this an expert opinion:)


- Cathy S. Arnold, MD

It's time to let go of your stress