Massage & Thai Yoga:

 I am a practitioner in modalities such as, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Connective Tissue Therapy (myofascial), Trigger Point Therapy (NMT), pregnancy, sports, medical, reflexology, shiatsu, Aromatherapy and Polarity.
  • $65 per hr Swedish
  • $85 per hr deep tissue
  • Thai yoga/shiatsu: $75-120
  • Energy Massage combo: 80 min $100
  • Aromatherapy: $10 can be applied to any table modality.
  • Hydrotherapy: $10 can be applied to any table modality.

(At home visits travel costs apply)

Thai Yoga Therapy

Thai yoga therapy is a traditional therapeutic art of awareness and healing through assisted meditative breath, and body movement, and muscle manipulation aimed to restore equilibrium through the mind and body. Thai yoga therapy is non-ballistic, facilitated with passive range of motion techniques. Imagine yoga classes where you are gently massaged into each asana while each movement is correlated with proper breath. Thai yoga therapy is a unique and powerful experience where blockages within the body are moved and released and where deep healing and body awareness can occur in a space of presence and meditation.

The techniques used in Thai yoga therapy are accupressure, reflexology, meditation, yoga, breath work and energy healing. The practitioners uses their thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet, with body weight, compression, assisted yoga stretches in a steady, meditative rhythm. Thai yoga therapy is done on the floor on a firm mat. The receiver wears light, loose clothing. Thai yoga massage can last one to two hours. 2000 years ago Thai yoga therapy was brought from India to Thailand, techniques were handed down from generation to generation. Thai yoga therapy was seen not only as massage, but a spiritual practice

Benefits are:

  • Muscles are stretched, inner organs toned
  • Improves posture
  • Breathing
  • Flexibility
  • Digestion
  • Circulation
  • Mind/body harmony
Deep Tissue

A group of massage techniques designed to access multiple layers of muscle and fascia to improve alignment, reduce levels of resting tension, and create more efficient postural and movement patterns.


The most commonly used form of classical Western massage, generally performed in the direction of the heart, sometimes with active or passive movement of the joints. It is used especially for relaxation, relief of muscular tension, and improvement of circulation and range of motion.


Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of plant-derived, aromatic essential oils to promote physical and psychological well-being. It is used in combination with massage and other therapeutic techniques as part of a holistic treatment approach. (Can be added into any session.)


Hydrotherapy, or water therapy, is the use of water (hot, cold, steam, or ice) to relieve discomfort and promote physical well-being. (Can be added into any session.)