Add-on Hot Stone
Hot stone massage can relieve pain and tension in your muscles due to the combination of massage therapy and heat. Heat is often recommended as a way to treat achy muscles.
Applying heat to an area of the body helps increase blood flow to that spot, which improves healing. Using heat on muscle knots before massaging the area can make those knots easier to soothe.
Add-on simply states that we will be applying hot stones to a specific area rather than entire body.
Add-on Hot & Cold Stone
Love Hot Stones?
Combine them with cold for the ultimate balance of hot & cold.
Certain people are naturally “hotter” and might prefer cooler things to feel more comfortable. These are people who prefer cold drinks or cooler weather. A cold stone massage is perfect for the coolness and invigoration that they seek. Athletes who have sustained injuries can also benefit from a cold stone massage. Cold constricts the blood vessels in the body and which alleviates swelling. It promotes healing and reduces pain in the injured muscles and tissues. Those who are experience sinus pain or inflammation are good candidates for cold stones, too. The cold temperatures in the stones reduce nasal swelling and sinus inflammation. Cold stone massages are not recommended for clients who suffer from heart ailments, have easily inflamed skin, have kidney problems, and are sensitive to cold temperatures.
Add-on Gua Sha
Gua sha is rooted in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). According to the principles of TCM, your qi (pronounced “chi”), or energy, must flow throughout your body so you can feel your best.
When qi becomes stagnant in certain areas, it’s believed that health problems can occur. With gua sha, a practitioner (an acupuncturist in many cases) will use a smooth-edged tool to gently scrape areas of your body where there is inflammation or stagnant qi to help improve circulation and promote healing.
“Gua sha is a very standard kind of treatment modality that most acupuncturists will use. Its meaning loosely translates to ‘scraping, rubbing or pushing.’ Essentially, gua sha is just a tool-assisted type of massage,” explains Sobo.
Cupping therapy, which uses cups to create suction on the skin, is a popular treatment for muscle tension, chronic pain, fatigue, and inflammation. It has been a key part of traditional Middle Eastern and Chinese medicine for thousands of years.
Low-back pain: Cupping can help lessen pain and improve function among people with acute and chronic low-back pain.
Fibromyalgia: Cupping therapy, alone or with acupuncture and conventional medicine, has successfully relieved pain in patients with fibromyalgia, a condition of widespread musculoskeletal pain.
Chronic neck pain: Cupping therapy can help relax neck muscles and make them more flexible.
Carpal tunnel syndrome: Cupping may help reduce pain and numbness associated with carpal tunnel syndrome, which affects the hands and wrists.
Among many others!
Add-on CBD + CBN
R&R CBN + CBD SALVE ADD-ON (Sleep Massage)TOTAL CBD + CBN MG PER TREATMENT: 12.5 MG CBD + 20 MG CBN targets deep inflammation for relief while also promoting deep relaxation(CBN is known for its sedative properties!)
Over-worked & exhausted feet? Try treating your tootsies to some extra TLC. Indulge your feet in a sugar scrub. This is specially formulated to help rough skin and stimulate circulation.
Then, complete your session with a relaxing calf & foot massage.
+30 Minutes to any treatment.
This session is done within the therapy room with a licensed professional.
Add-on Sinus Blast
Do you suffer from seasonal allergies or sinus? We have the perfect enhancement to any treatment or a treatment of its own.
Your licensed professional will focus on massaging of the face and sinuses to ease the pain and achiness from seasonal sinus pain.
Proceeding with a herbal steam over Clear My Head herbal remedy to open up and clear your head.