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CHECK OUR NEW CLIENT SPECIALS!
Intro packages 1st Time Client Special: 3 Group classes ($59) BUY only for clients who have done Reformer in the last 2 years.
3 Private intro (189)
If you are a new client you have to take 3 Private sessions with a teacher to assess your strength level and get familiarized with the Machines. If you have experience with the reformer you will be able to join a group class.
To book a private session or a massage you must call 561-8560131. If you have a group schedule request, we will add a class to meet your needs. Please suggestions are welcome! Cancellations: 12 hrs for group and 24h for private sessions. A no show or last minute cancel will forfeit your class.
Single Class drop in ($35)
Pack of Four group classes ($120)
Private single ($110)
Pack of 4 ($400)
Duos ($55.00) each
MASSAGE THERAPY MENU
Medical Neuromuscular Therapy Massage – Works on triggers points, fascia system of the body, tendons attachments and ligaments, to help give muscles the tension/length that is needed to heal injuries. Excellent for scar tissue build up and bunched up muscles due to stress, workouts and bad ergonomic posture at work. Chinese cupping, electric stimulation, Epsom salts/heat may be used in conjunction with stretches and corrective exercises.
Lymphatic Drainage – A combination of the Vodder and Leduc techniques will help the Lymphatic system get rid of toxins. This very light and soothing work will address constipation issues and swelling due to fluid retention after surgery or inactivity.
Active Isolated Stretching – The Aaron Mattes method of stretching is wonderful to counteract the effects of muscle shortening due to posture or injury. Although this is not a passive modality, it will help reprogram the nervous system and muscle length through movement, excellent for athletes and Parkinson patients.
Thai Yoga Massage – Without oils and with clothes on. The Wat -Poh technique uses acupressure points on meridians and stretches the whole body safely.
Sport Massage/ Deep Tissue – A combination of deep compression strokes and stretches will help athletes prepare for an event and get the blood flow going prior to tournaments or after event to restore muscle tension/length and alleviate lactic acid build up.
Reflexology – This helps feet with tension of working and walking all day. Reflexology is not used for diagnostic purposes but rather works on the reflex zones and helps alleviate pain.
Chair Massage – For busy bees, you keep your clothes on and enjoy a pressure point massage at lunch or between appointments with some much needed stretches. Minimum 20 minutes. $2/Min.