Therapeutic massage has been around for thousands of years but Western medicine is just beginning to acknowledge its profound effectiveness. It can be a noninvasive alternative to prescription medications and even surgery. The goal of each session is to help you feel better in your body so that you can live the life you want.
- $40 for 30 minutes (for kids)
- $70 for 60 minutes
- $95 for 90 minutes
- $120 for 120 minutes
- $145 for 150 minutes
Pay with cash, credit, debit, Health Savings Account or Flexible Spending Account card. If you’ve been in a automobile accident, I can bill your insurance company.
In order to make therapeutic massage available to more people, one hour sessions are also offered on a sliding scale fee. Pay what is comfortable for you in the $55-$65 range.
No tipping-it’s healthcare, not a luxury.
Refer a new client and receive an additional 15 minutes free at your next session.
Clients are fully clothed and the massage chair takes up very little space which makes it a good option for an office, store, business or social gathering. It’s also good if you don’t have a lot of time, but need relief. Schedule online or call.
While intensive, frequent massage sessions do help with acute and chronic pain, it can also prevent illness, injury and disease. Being on a monthly or bi-weekly treatment plan maintains your overall health, reduces stress, builds your immune system and helps you fully participate in your daily activities without pain or discomfort.
Discounted packages of 3, 6, 9 or 12 sessions can be purchased online or at your next visit.
Purchase and print online or come by the office.
Massage therapy is covered by many Health Savings Accounts, and Flexible Spending Accounts. Physicians can also write prescriptions for therapeutic massage which would allow your health insurance to provide coverage.