A brief consultation with one of our experienced massage therapists can help determine which treatment is best for you
Add the benefits of dry brushing to your massage. Using a brush with natural bristles and brushing the skin with light, circular strokes promotes circulation, stimulates the lymphatic system, helps exfoliate and gives a rejuvenating boost of energy.
Foot reflexology is a type of massage that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet. It’s based on a theory that certain points are connected to organs and body systems.
Reflexology aims to keep qi flowing through the body, keeping it balanced and disease free. Like other forms of massage, reflexology can calm the central nervous system, promoting relaxation and other benefits.
Specific pressure points on face, head, neck, and shoulders are stimulated to break down fibrous adhesions and disperse toxins from muscles, increasing oxygen intake in both muscle tissue and the brain, and improving circulation of the lymphatic system, allowing for the disposal of toxins. Includes specialized face massage to plump skin and increase circulation.
Begin with 15-minutes of dry brushing to remove dead skin, increase circulation, and begin the detoxification process. Next, warm castor oil is applied to the abdomen and covered with warm rice packs. While the castor oil does its work, you will receive foot reflexology or other bodywork for 30 minutes, followed by a brief abdomen massage. Boosts lymphatic system, improves digestion, decreases inflammation, boosts immune system. Very relaxing!
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