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Method of payment accepted: Cash, Check, Visa, Master Card, American Express

Uxbridge Location

Session Time Price Per Session Massage Types
30 Minute Session $45.00 Swedish Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Deep Tissue Massage


NOTE: All Gift Certificates will be mailed to the address given during payment. NO PRINTED Gift Certificates will be honored.
60 Minute Session $65.00
90 Minute Session $100.00
Hot Stone application on your back is included with every massage.
Add Aromatherapy for an additional $10



Hopkinton Location Services

Session Time Price Per Session Massage Types
30 Minute Session $45.00 Swedish Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Deep Tissue Massage


NOTE: All Gift Certificates will be mailed to the address given during payment. NO PRINTED Gift Certificates will be honored.
60 Minute Session $80.00
90 Minute Session $120.00
Hot Stone application on your back is included with every massage.
Add Aromatherapy for an additional $10


Description of available massages

Swedish Massage:
Makes use of sedative effleurage technique [smooth, gliding strokes delivered at varied pressure levels] and comfortably invigorating petrissage technique [kneading of the muscles] to promote relaxation and increased circulation.

Pregnancy Massage:
Expectant mothers have individual needs. Many suffer from edema, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, fatigue, and back pain. With the use of pillows and a side-lying position mothers-to-be can be placed in a comfortable and safe position to have these problems addressed.

Therapeutic Massage:
This type of massage channels its energy flow to temporary clinical as well as chronic [long term] medical problems. Avenues of consideration: sciatica, tendonitis, headaches, and strain injuries.

Deep Tissue Massage:
A vigorous deep pressure massage that is directed toward relieving a specific muscle problem. Direct pressure to trigger points and cross fiber friction over tendons and compressions are a few of the techniques used to break up adhesion and muscle spasm caused by injury or overuse.

Hot Stone Massage:
This is a relaxation massage that incorporates the use of flat smooth stones that have been heated in water to a comfortable temperature, and are held in the therapist hands during the massage. This technique increases detoxification through lymph drainage and increase circulation and relaxation.