- 30 minute – $50
- 45 minute – $65
- 60 minute – $80
- 90 minute – $110
If you’re suffering from a stressful schedule or recovering from illness or injury, therapeutic massage is an ideal way to revive, rebalance and renew your spirit. Experience a deeply relaxing and stress relieving massage in our tranquil environment. If you have specific health issues or injuries, Ivey utilizes a combination of massage techniques to provide relaxation, relieve soft tissue injuries, and improve posture and flexibility.
- Deep Tissue
- Myofascial Release
- Trigger point
- Chair massage
- Active Isolated Stretching
Swedish Massage – Firm but comfortable pressure and long strokes are used to provide deep relaxation, muscle relaxation, and increased circulation.
Deep Tissue Massage – This style of massage is ideal to release chronic muscle tension or spasms. Slow patterns of strokes and deep finger pressure are used on parts of the body where muscles are tight or knotted, focusing on layers of muscle deep under the skin, affording greater flexibility and strength.
Myofascial Release – This is a very effective hands-on technique that focuses on pain believed to arise from myofascial tissues — the tough membranes that wrap, connect and support your muscles. The technique involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Trigger Point Massage – Trigger point massage therapy is specifically designed to relieve the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. The recipient actively participates through deep breathing as well as identifying the exact location and intensity of the discomfort.
Sports Massage – A combination of techniques are used that address specific needs of athletes and may include effleurage, pettrisage, friction, cross-fiber friction, vibration, shaking, broadening strokes, deep-compression, trigger point therapy, range-of-motion, and stretching. These techniques are used to warm-up, to increase blood flow, stimulate neurological pathways, aid recovery from exertion, increase flexibility, or improve posture. Timing of the massage will occur before or after events, to enhance performance, or promote healing post-injury.
Active Isolated Stretching – Active Isolated Stretching (AIS), developed by Aaron L. Mattes, MS., R.K.T., L.M.T., of Sarasota, Florida, is a gentle method of stretching specific (isolated) muscles while requiring the active participation of the person being stretched. Each stretch begins by defining the current range of motion (stretch point). The target muscle is then stretched beyond that range with a gentle assist continuing for only two seconds. The muscle is then returned to its original resting position. Typically, eight to ten repetitions are required. Results are noticeable and often radical.