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Gentle Touch Massage Therapy by Deb, llc is using thorough infection control procedures in order to serve you. In an effort to protect you and myself, if you are exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, services will not be provided. Once inside please fill out the provided paperwork.
I offer an introductory rate of $65.00 for a 60 minute session (not valid for Hot Stone Massage).
*a 50% non-refundable deposit is required at time of making appointment*
*30 minutes $45.00
*60 minutes $80.00
*90 minutes $110.00
*4, 30 minutes $145.00
*4, 60 minutes $280.00
*4, 90 minutes $400.00
Symphony of the Cells
One Protocol: $90.00
Package of 4: $320.00
Aroma Touch Technique
The Aroma Touch Technique, 45 minutes: $55
Combine the Aroma Touch Technique with massage:
60 minutes: $90.00
90 minutes: $130.00
Massage of the area of concern, stretchng and taping: $45.00
I also offer referral discounts to clients, including $10.00 off your next massage for the first three clients you refer. The fourth client you refer will result in a free massage.
Swedish massage is recommended for stress and tension relief, and relaxes the whole body. This massage relieves muscle stiffness and soreness while increasing circulation and metabolism.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep tissue is recommended for chronic problems involving muscle tension and stiffness. The muscle groups are separated relieving them of tension.
Hot Stone Massage
Hot stone massage combines the benefits of hydrotherapy and thermotherapy, with the strokes of massage using basalt stones (molten lava which cools following a volcanic eruption) creating a deep, relaxing and healing treatment. The heat of the basalt stones warms the skin which allows for the absorption of moisturizing and therapeutic oils, while simultaneously preparing the musculature of the body so the therapist can work into the deeper layers. Benefits of thermotherapy include: increases circulations, increases the release of toxins, decreases muscles spasm, and decreases muscle stiffness.
Symphony of the Cells
The Symphony of the Cells supports the body by integrating the use of pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils into your massage or wellness is simple and very effective. It is meant to bring harmony physically, emotionally and spiritually within the body.
Each protocol focuses on a specific system and/or area of the body allowing for the targeting of the symptoms and underlying causes of many ailments and illnesses. There will be roughly 80 drops of pure essential oils applied to the back and feet. Each session will last roughly 30-40 minutes. Many individuals who experience the Symphony of the Cells are very relaxed and feel amazing after the session.
You can have your choice of the following protocols:
Cardiovascular, Cellular, Chi, Digestive, Forgiveness, Hormone Balance, Inflammatory, Lymphatic, Neurological, Respiratory, or Solar.
Aroma Touch Technique
The Aroma Touch Technique is an essential oil application technique that was developed by Dr. David Hill in response to an increasing demand for a simple, yet effective, way to apply essential oils with meaningful results.
Dr. Hill developed this application that would enable these powerful essential oils to reach the optimal areas within the body where they would be able to help combat stress, enhance immune function, decrease inflammation, and balance the autonomic nervous system within the recipient.
The Aroma Touch Technique utilizes pure oils of Lavender, Melaleuca, Wild Orange, and Peppermint along with the blends of Balance, On Guard, Aromatouch, and Deep blue.
Sports massage is great for the weekend warrior or the athlete. Sports massage is a wonderful way to prepare and recover from sporting events. Overusing muscles can lead to decreases in range of motion and increases in the levels of lactic acid, which can cause muscle soreness and stiffness. Sports massage increases the range of motion, flexibility and strength.
Kinesiology Tape (K -Tape)
Kinesiology Tape (K -Tape), Functional Movement Techniques (FMT) was created as a comprehensive framework of taping for each phase of need, from reducing swelling in an acute injury to helping outcomes in the rehabilitation phase of care and finally as an adjunct to training or competition to improve performance and recovery. The developers of FMT recognized the need for a simple, but effective approach.60