In mybook®: Health
- 10:00 am - 7:30 pm
- Mon - Sun
- 10:00 am - 7:30 pm
ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS, CHECK, PAYPAL, DEBIT, CASH
Applied KinesiologyOur “full body massage”. This massage is similiar to our therapeutic massage; however, our intention is a little bit different. We will test your body through applied kinesiology to determine… Read more
AcupressureRuby achieved registered massage therapist after graduating in 1997 with honors from the Wellness Skills School of Massage Therapy in Dallas, TX. Ruby is passionate regarding complimentary and alternative medicine and has consistently pursued continuing education in multiple modalities: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Polarity and Merdian Therapy, Sound-Color-Light Therapy. Since 1978, she has used aroma therapeutic essential oils as an integral part of her sessions. She incorporates craniosacral and acupressure techniques into her repertoire. At present Ruby is a level 3 Healing Touch student with a goal of becoming an instructor in Healing Touch. Geriatric and handicap clients are a specialty. All clients and those from post-surgical to those in rehab are welcome. Favorite pastimes are kayaking, hiking, snow skiing, horseback riding, and meditating- she’s been a Kriya Yoga teacher since 1982. Still learning and loving it!
Acupuncture$$90This technique is quite similar in concept to acupuncture. The therapist assesses the overall distribution of chi based on principals of yin and yang and, through precise tracing, fills the… Read more
Manipulation TherapyMassage is hindered from reaching the gold standard of scientific research, which includes placebo-controlled and double blind clinical trials. Developing a “sham” manual therapy for massage would be difficult since even light touch massage could not be assumed to be completely devoid of effects on the subject. It would also be difficult to find a subject that would not notice that they were getting less of a massage, and it would be impossible to blind the therapist. Massage can employ randomized controlled trials, which are published in peer reviewed medical journals. This type of study could increase the credibility of the profession because it displays that purported therapeutic effects are reproducible.
Full Body Massage
Aromatherapy MassageOther: Massage also stimulates the immune system by increasing peripheral blood lymphocytes (PBLs). However, this immune system effect is only observed in aromatherapy massage, which includes sweet almond oil, lavender oil, cypress oil, and sweet marjoram oil. It is unclear whether this effect persists over the long term.
Craniosacral Massage$$40+Why is CranioSacral Therapy (CST) so Important? CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a light touch approach that can create dramatic improvements in your life. It releases tensions deep in the body… Read more
Neuromuscular TherapyOur therapeutic massage is primarily focused on the issues and concerns you have. We utilize a wide spectrum of modalities we’ve learned through the years such as Neuromuscular Therapy, Deep… Read more
Deep Tissue Massage
Chair Massage$$1We offer outbound chair massage for corporate events, parties, and charitable events. For company and personal events, there are 2 types of chair massage events you may choose from. For charitable events, please contact us and we will arrange for a therapist to be present to perform chair massages on a donation basis at no cost to the coordinators or non-profit association.
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