Well-known & most offered type of massage. This massage deals with the soft-tissue structure of the human body by means of a variety of long flowing and deeply relaxing strokes. Perfect for your first time experiencing a relaxing retreat.


Invigorating treatment focusing on the deeper layers of tissue and muscles. The pressure will commonly be more intense and specific as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension and knots.


This is goal-orientated corrective therapy helpful to individuals who suffer from an assortment of health conditions or injuries. The focus is providing permanent pain relief, fast injury healing, correction of soft tissue dysfunctions, including postural distortions, and increasing flexibility and range of motion.


This massage is customized for the mother's-to-be, easing the many physical and mental stresses unique to an expectant mother, when choices for relief, such as medication, are limited. Prenatal massage is a popular complementary therapy.


Insurance Information

If you have health insurance there are a few questions to ask your carrier to make sure you have coverage that allows you massage treatment sessions:

  • Does this care need to be pre-authorized/pre-approved?
  • Do I need a referral from my primary care provider?
  • How many visits are covered and over what period of time? (For example 12 visits per year)
  • Is there a co-payment?

If your insurance requires you have a referral from your physician then you will need to obtain that prior to your first massage visit. Also bring your insurance card to your appointment so a photo copy can be made.

Insurances that I currently accept are:


Premera/Blue Cross


If you don't see your insurance listed please call to verify coverage. Many insurance companies allow out of network benefits. I am happy to call and find out if your insurance carrier works with providers who are not in their network.

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