Massage is a part of integrative medicine

“Massage therapy helps people cope with the pain and stress from different conditions.”

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Massage therapy has a long history in cultures around the world. Today, people use many different types of massage therapy for a variety of health-related purposes. In the United States, massage therapy is often considered part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), although it does have some conventional uses.

History of massage therapy:

The oldest written record of massage is about 3000 years old, in an ancient Chinese medical text “Con-Fu of the Toa-Tse” (1800BCE). The book detailed the use of massage techniques for therapeutic purposes. Many believe that therapeutic touch actually began much earlier there. The art of massage began to evolve into a science through continued use in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

Add Cupping Therapy:

Cupping is used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), placing several glass, plastic or silicone “cups” on the body. It creates a local suction on the skin to activate our body’s lymphatic system, improve blood circulation, very effective to reduce muscle strain and stiffness. It releases myofascial; and improves Qi (energy) flow.

massage therapy, myofascial decompression therapy

Massage Therapy

  • 30 Minutes
  • 60 minute $90

Find out how you can benefit from adding massage therapy to your health and wellness routine.


  • Reduces muscular pain and spasms

  • Reduces chronic pain of injuries

  • Reduces the effect of surgery

  • Improve the work of the immune system

  • Increases flexibility.

  • Improves posture

  • Illiotibial band (ITB) pain
  • MyoFascia Release
  • Relieves Stress

  • Relieves tension headaches and migraine pain

  • Increases blood and lymph circulation

  • Reduces anxiety

  • Plantar Fascial Release

  • Improves quality of sleep

  • Jaw pain (TMJ syndrome)

  • Sciatica