Treatments scheduled by appointment only.
Call (928) 634-5646 to set up an appointment.
Modalities and styles are listed below for informational purposes. Our therapists will utilize any combination of these styles according to the client's need, preferences and the scheduled amount of time.
Since we began our practice in 1993, we have seen few techniques that compare with the transformative changes of myoskeletal release. This greatly reduces neck and back pain, restores height to match original posture, and increases range of motion. For the best results, we recommend 3-5 two hour sessions.
is considered a 'medical massage' and is designed to rehabilitate chronic conditions by reducing scar tissue/adhesion. Many conditions such as cervical injuries, frozen shoulder, low back pain, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia, knee injuries, tennis elbow, TMJ, chronic headaches/ migraines, structural imbalance, scoliosis, post-surgery adhesion, and insomnia. This is focused work, not necessarily a full body massage. Often this takes several treatments depending on the severity of the condition.
typically uses firm pressure is used for chronic aches and pains in contracted areas. This technique breaks up scar tissue and adhesion.
uses gentle manipulation of the muscles with the use of massage oils or lotions used to improve circulation, ease muscle aches and tension, improve flexibility, and create relaxation.
Sports and Neuromuscular
techniques are designed to enhance athletes' performances by incorporating stretching techniques to increase flexibility and range of motion. Additionally, recovery time from sports events is typically increased. This massage can be done both pre and post athletic events.
LOOSE clothing is optional.
is a treatment done without oil/ lotion, focusing on connective tissue and fascia. Techniques such as skin rolling and cross-fiber friction techniques are often utilized. This treatment can take a lot of pressure off of the nerves. In this treatment, the client lays on their side.
is a form of bodywork in which specific areas and organs of the body are stimulated by manipulating nerve endings on the hands and feet.
Modalities and Styles