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Price List

Massage (60 min): $55

Massage (90 min): $100

Deep Tissue (60 min): $70

Sports Massage (30 min): $75

Change Your Life with Us


I am a licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) and a member of the AMTA (American massage therapy association). I am a recent graduate of the Salter School in Massachusetts. I graduated with over 900 clinical hours before starting my career. I currently own and run a successful fitness business with my fiancée” for over 5 years. I wanted to find a way to incorporate my want and need to help people in a different way but still stay within my fitness business so I decided to be a massage therapist with a focus on sports therapy and injury work. I am passionate about helping others create a healthy balance in their lives either by relieving any pain and stress they may have. I have learned many techniques that massage has to offer such as Relaxation, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Stretching, Myofascial, Trigger Point, Prenatal, Cupping and Hot Stone. I want the best possible massage for you. The intake and goal setting for the session are important steps in the process. Communication is very important before, during, and after a massage. My primary goal of the initial evaluation is to determine what is causing your pain or dysfunction rather than just treating symptoms. A comprehensive history of the injury and/ or pain is assessed by reviewing details of your exercise, Work, and play activities. Next overall strength, flexibility, posture and muscle balance is examined. Treatment begins with addressing your pain or acute issues such as swelling and inflammation. Various manual therapy techniques are used to decrease pain, spasms, swelling and improve mobility. Education on posture and flexibility are the beginning point of treatment: There are many positive health benefits to bodywork and massage received on a regular basis, such as relief of pain and swelling, an increased range of motion and improve circulation. Massage can also boost the body’s immune system, help with carbon dioxide and oxygen exchange, provide nutrition to the skin by mediums (oils/lotions) and even removes toxins through the skin and lymphatic drainage. Massage can prevent sports injuries and speed recovery from tough workouts. Frequent massage can identify weaknesses, decrease constant pain and keep arthritis symptoms in check. Regular massage has not only physical benefits, it has emotional benefits as well. Most importantly therapeutic massage can assist in the healing process on a psycho-spiritual level and promote overall sense of well-being to oneself.