Higher Kneads Therapeutic Massage, LLC
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Services and Rates

 

Therapeutic Massage 

This massage is a general whole body massage using oils or lotion on the skin to facilitate treatment.  It is designed to address specific areas of injury or tightness. I use a combination of compression, trigger point, Ashiatsu Deepfeet therapy, deep tissue, active/passive range of motion, myofascial release, and Swedish techniques to rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit. I maintain the massage at your requested intensity. This massage will alleviate stiffness and fatigue, treat chronic conditions, improve overall well-being, as well as, improve circulation. Add hot stones for deeper therapeutic results.

60 Minute          $60                              

75 Minute          $75    

90 Minute          $90    

                 


 

Sports Massage

This is a Western style massage that addresses the specific needs of athletes.  Components of Swedish massage, cross-fiber friction massage, deep compression massage, and trigger point therapy are used, with a focus on specific muscle groups.  Most effective during training, and before or after events. Sports massage will enhance performance, and promote healing post-injury.

60 Minute          $60

75 Minute          $75

90 Minute          $90


 

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage is tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies.  It shares many of the goals of a regular massage. Prenatal massage alleviates muscle strains and stress on your back, neck, abdomen, and shoulders, it can also significantly reduce anxiety and serve as a supplement to complete prenatal care.

60 Minute          $60


 

Neck and Shoulder

 Neck and shoulder massage are primarily done to relieve the tension and stress around the neck and shoulder area.  Continuous build-up of stress and tension in the neck and shoulder region lead to stiff necks, aching shoulders, and headaches.  This massage is great for people on the go.

 30 Minute          $35

 


 

 Please remember that having a massage, especially a deep tissue massage, is a form of passive exercise and you need to take care of your body as if you have just exercised. Feeling sore is a normal part of massage because of this fact. Drink lots of fluids and get plenty of rest for 24 hours after your massage. Taking a warm bath in Epsom salts can help soothe and relax sore muscles.

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