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No bodies are alike so why should your massage be the same? Our Customized Therapeutic Wellness massage is client directed and tailored to meet your needs and concerns. Whether you are addressing specific aches and pains, have stress, looking for relaxation or maintenance you get what you need here. Kristi may use one or all of the following modalities: swedish, deep tissue, SRT, Craniosacral, oncology, and intraoral massage to enhance relaxation and well being. Insurance will not pay for Wellness massage as it is not medically necessary.
Sessions that are 60, 90 or 120 minutes may be full body or may focus on a particular section (ie upper body: back, shoulders, arms, hands, neck, scalp, face & ears). This treatment also includes aromatherapy in the face cradle, a refreshing eye pillow, steamed towels (as time allows), and water/beverage.
Also, available in 90/$175, and 120/$225 minute sessions.*
Structural Relief Therapy (SRT) - Kristi is a Certified Therapist "It's Like Magic, The Pain Is Gone" SRT is a non-invasive, advanced massage technique that stops involuntary muscle contraction, instantly increases range of motion, and dramatically decreases pain in the first treatment. SRT releases involuntary muscle contraction by reprogramming the jammed neurological signals of the muscles to and from the brain. SRT incorporates the principles of Muscle Energy Technique (MET) and fascia release.
Deep Tissue relieves tension in the deeper layers of tissue in the body and strengthens sore muscles in problem areas while blending Swedish strokes to connect your body. This type of massage is a highly effective method for releasing chronic stress areas due to misalignment, repetitive motions, and past lingering injuries.
Intraoral massage is the manipulation or pressure of soft tissue inside the mouth for therapeutic purposes. This technique can be helpful in addressing TMJ disorder, headaches, whiplash, and other musculo-skeletal problems (improving bite and chewing problems). Washington State Intraoral Endorsement received 2011.
Oncology (Cancer) is designed specific to the needs of people who are dealing with cancer and/or its treatments. The main focus is to enhance healing while “doing no harm” to people whose bodies are: dealing with lowered immune systems, at risk for developing lymphedema, stressed by radiation, chemotherapy treatment(s) or recovering from surgery.
Swedish is a very relaxing and therapeutic style of bodywork. It combines lotion with an array of strokes such as rolling, kneading, and percussion to help the body improve its circulation. The benefits of this type of bodywork are wide-ranging and include relief from aches and pains, decreased stress levels in the body, enhanced mental clarity, improved appearance, and greater flexibility.
Geriatric Massage is a form of massage designed to meet the specific needs of the elderly. It helps to improve blood circulation, relieve pain, and also increase range of motion. If you are elderly, geriatric massage can help you maintain and improve your overall health, as well as regain certain physical functions that have been reduced due to aging. In addition, since the elderly don't typically receive enough physical touch, this massage can also help alleviate symptoms of loneliness or depression.
Indian Head Massage is the ideal treatment for helping de-stress yourself. This non-invasive treatment is given fully clothed so it eliminates some of the stresses faced by the first time client. It is also done on a massage table so you can fully relax and enjoy. This technique is known for relieving the symptoms of stress and tension. It focuses on upper back, shoulders, upper arms and neck. It also includes the face, ears, and scalp which can create tension headaches, eye strain, insomnia, and poor concentration.
Treatments include a warm oil application (but you may opt out). The oil is applied to the roots of the hair follicles near the end of the massage. Oil can soften the skin of the scalp, promote hair growth, slow down hair loss and create vibrant, shiny hair. If you choose the oil application, you will be able to pick the type of oil...coconut, sweet almond, or jojoba. It is best to leave the oil in overnight (with a towel on your pillow to minimize staining). Note: no shower facility in clinic...so you will leave with "wet looking" hair until you get home.
Have you been involved in an auto accident? Are you experiencing pain? Injury? Massage can accelerate your recovery from many injuries brought on by an automobile accident, including whiplash, neck and back injuries, tendon damage, muscle spasms, myofascial pain, headaches, migraines, and insomnia (pain can interrupt sleep). This massage is a perfect companion therapy to a chiropractic adjustment and other non-invasive treatments.
Medical massage is directed by a physician, medically necessary and is outcome based using specific treatment protocols. Various techniques such as neuromuscular, myofascial, pin and stretch, trigger and pressure points will be used based on your needs determined by your Doctor or Chiropractor. Prescription is required and must include a diagnosis/diagnosis code, number of visits and frequency of visits. Auto accident claims also require insurance company name, address, phone number, incident claim number, and adjuster name/phone number. Currently accepting PIP (Personal Injury Protection)claims. We apologize but we are unable to process any third party/uninsured motorist claims at this time.
(Services with a prescription from a doctor will be charged as Medical Massage regardless of who is paying. If insurance is maxed or denied you will be responsible for any balance. All medical service massages are treatment oriented and documented per medical guidelines.)
This massage speeds relief from chronic pain, injury, and healing after surgery and is the perfect accompaniment with chiropractic or other complimentary non-invasive services. Medical massage is directed by a physician, medically necessary and is outcome based using specific treatment protocols. Various techniques such as neuromuscular, myofascial, pin and stretch, trigger and pressure points will be used based on your needs according to your doctor. Prescription required: must include a diagnosis/diagnosis code, number of visits and frequency of visits.
Currently accepting First Choice, United Healthcare, and Kaiser Permanente (when cards display the FCHN logo (First Choice Health Network) can be billed. We apologize but we are unable to process any other Health Insurance claims at this time. If your plan allows for Out of Network benefits, we'll provide a receipt and you can submit it for possible reimbursement. (Services with a prescription from a doctor will be charged as Medical Massage regardless of who is paying. If insurance is maxed or denied, you will be responsible for the balance due. All medical service massages are treatment oriented and documented per medical guidelines.)
If you have been injured on the job due to an accident, massage may be able to help you recover and return to full duty more quickly. Depending on your situation, Washington State’s Labor and Industries (L&I) division may pay for your massage sessions. Work injuries may result from repetitive activities, falling, slipping, tripping or lifting just to name a few. Fortunately, massage therapy can help in addressing these kinds of injuries.
Medical massage is directed by a physician, medically necessary and outcome based using specific treatment protocols to release tight, fatigued and sore muscles and joints, so they are easier to manipulate, position and strengthen. Techniques such as neuromuscular, myofascial, pin and stretch, trigger and pressure points will be used based on your needs, Doctor or Chiropractor requirements, and approval by L&I Case Manager before receiving treatments. Prescription is required, must include a diagnosis/diagnosis code, number of visits and frequency of visits) and your claim number to your first appointment. Currently accepting WA State L&I and WA Self Insured L&I.
(Medical Massage services are billed to Labor and Industry. All medical service massages are treatment oriented and documented per medical guidelines.)
Our treatment enhancements are designed to enrich and customize your spa experience. Please note that these are enhancements to your 60/90/120 minute treatment and will slightly extend your treatment time. Choose from:
- Dry Brush Exfoliation & Shea Butter $30 Exfoliate away the surface toxins and remove dry skin from shoulders to toes your oil or lotion will be replaced with a moisturizing shea butter.
- Honey Foot or Honey Hand Rub $25 Hydrate and Exfoliate the feet or hands while relieving stress and renewing energy using organic honey and steamed towels.
- Shea Butter Exfoliation Hand or Foot $25 Shea butter sugar scrub treatment to stimulate circulation and smooth the skin, followed by steamed towels, and finished with a light massage.
- Scalp Massage $25 Releases tension in the forehead and scalp areas, stimulating mental function. It is also a great way to help the circulation to your scalp and can serve as one part of a nutrition and hair care regime to help keep your hair in good shape. Choose from Peppermint or Peppermint Citrus oil.
- Thermal Palms (One Focus Area) $30 Two heated soft thermal palms will be used to focus on an area (ie back) and provide a deeper relief from tense muscles & joints. Seasonal Availability October-April.
- Warm Bamboo (One Focus Area) $30 Gently heated pieces of smooth bamboo will be used to focus on an area (ie shoulders/neck). This helps ease muscle tension and produces a feeling of deep relaxation. Seasonal Availability October-April.