*price dependent on provider
Our Swedish massage is a type of therapeutic massage that involves a combination of long, smooth strokes, kneading, and circular movements on the muscles. The therapist will use various techniques with light pressure and hot towels to help alleviate muscle tension and promote relaxation. Swedish massage is known for its ability to help promote relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve overall well-being. It is an ideal option for those who are new to massage or prefer a gentle, soothing touch.
30 minutes $45-$55
45 minutes $75-$85
60 minutes $90-$110
90 minutes $140-$165
Deep Tissue Massage
Our deep tissue massage is a type of therapeutic massage that targets the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue in the body. The massage typically involves the use of slow, firm pressure and deep, concentrated strokes to help alleviate chronic pain, muscle tension, and other issues related to posture or physical activity. The massage will also incorporate the use of hot towels to help loosen the muscles and enhance relaxation. The goal of deep tissue massage is to help release muscle tension, reduce pain, and improve range of motion.
30 minutes $50-$60
45 minutes $85-$95
60 minutes $100-$120
90 minutes $155-$175
Hot Stone Massage
Indulge in a luxurious and deeply relaxing massage that incorporates the use of smooth basalt lava stones, in addition to the therapist's hands and hot towels. This unique massage technique uses the healing power of heat to help soothe and relieve muscle tension, allowing you to fully unwind and let go of stress and tension.
The therapist will begin by using their hands and hot towels to work on specific areas of tension and pain, helping to loosen the muscles and prepare them for the hot stone massage. They will then place warm, smooth stones on specific points of the body, allowing the heat to penetrate deep into the muscles and provide a soothing, comforting sensation. The heat from the stones also helps to improve circulation and promote a sense of calm and wellbeing.
This luxurious massage is perfect for anyone who wants to experience the ultimate in relaxation and stress relief, while also targeting areas of chronic pain and tension. The therapist will work with you to ensure that the pressure and heat are comfortable and tailored to your individual needs, leaving you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and restored.
60 minutes $110-$130
90 minutes $160-$180
Our prenatal massage is a specialized form of massage therapy that is designed specifically for expectant mothers. This type of massage is tailored to meet the unique needs and concerns of pregnant women, and is intended to support the body during the many physical and emotional changes that occur throughout pregnancy. During a prenatal massage, the mother-to-be will lie comfortably on her side (or back if she prefers), supported by specially designed pregnancy pillows that provide optimal comfort and safety. The massage therapist will use light to medium pressure to work on the mother's back, hips, legs, arms, and feet, focusing on areas of tension and discomfort. In addition to easing physical discomforts, prenatal massage can also have emotional benefits, helping to reduce anxiety and stress levels, promote better sleep, and improve overall well-being.
60 minutes $100-$120
90 minutes $155-$175
Neck, Face & Scalp Restoration
The melt-away therapy is specifically designed to target one of the most frequently tense areas of the body - the head and neck. With over 42 craniofacial muscles, it is vital to ensure that these muscles are relaxed and elongated, just like any other muscle in our body, to achieve optimal performance.
During the session, a nourishing peppermint hot oil will be applied to the hair to promote growth, restoration, and relaxation to the scalp. This treatment is designed to focus on the muscles of the neck, face, and scalp, providing an ultimate luxurious experience for relaxation and rejuvenation. The massage is designed to help ease any tension or stress in these areas, leaving the client feeling refreshed, renewed, and ready to take on the day.
45 minutes $100-$120
Myofascial Release Massage
Myofascial release therapy focuses on releasing muscular shortness and tightness. Many patients seek myofascial treatment after losing flexibility or function following injury or pain in any area containing soft tissue. The therapist will be devoted to locating the areas of the fascia that appear to be restricted and focus on improving skeletal and muscular alignment. The focused trigger point therapy, manual pressure, and stretching used in myofascial release therapy loosen up restricted movement, leading to reduced pain and increased movement.
45 minutes $85-$90
Cupping therapy involves the placement of cups onto the skin, with the intention of dispersing and breaking up any stagnation in the area. By drawing congested blood, energy, and other toxins to the surface, this therapy can promote healing and relieve discomfort.
In contrast to massage, which applies pressure to the muscles, cupping employs gentle pressure to lift and pull the muscles upward. This technique can be particularly beneficial for individuals with chronic pain or specific injuries, as it can help to alleviate tension and restore optimal function to the affected area.
20 minutes $45-$55
To enhance your experience and specialize each visit, we offer a number of add-on enhancements:
CBD Enhancement $20.00
Myofascial cupping $15.00
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a chemical compound found in the cannabis sativa plant. When applied topically, CBD interacts with neuroreceptors in your endocannabinoid system, which sends signals between your cells to help regulate your movement, mood, homeostasis and immune system. CBD may help you feel more relaxed or less anxious, but does not have the ability to make you “high”. Some research-backed evidence supports that CBD can significantly reduce anxiety, offset depression, reduce PTSD symptoms, relieve unmanageable pain, and even inhibit arthritis symptoms.
The highest quality and clinical strength in the market will be used during your massage to target specific and localized areas of your body.
Cups are placed on the skin to disperse and break up stagnation by drawing congested blood, energy and other toxins to the surface. Cupping is much like the inverse of massage, rather than applying pressure to muscles, it uses gentle pressure to pull them upward. This is ideal for clients with specific injuries or chronic pain.
The Theragun is a massage device that looks and sounds like a power drill that uses percussive massage therapy to treat muscle soreness and relieve pain. The Theragun is a professional-grade percussive therapy device that is used to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and enhance performance for our patients!
Aromatherapy uses natural plant extracts to enhance both physical and emotional health and well-being. This holistic healing treatment works through both skin absorption and sense of smell. Each essential oil has an array of unique healing properties, uses, and effects. The essential oils offered at The Body Bar include premium blends of lavender, tea tree, peppermint, lemon, and our favorite, eucalyptus. A menu of health benefits of each oil blend will be given to you at your appointment so you can choose which oil best fits your needs.
Please include a message when booking your appointment if you would like complimentary aromatherapy for your appointment
Hot towels are used with every massage to enhance relaxation & boost the effects of massage. Each massage is tailored to the individual and will focus on the area of concern of the client, whether that be full body or problem areas only.
What should I expect during my first massage therapy visit?
Once you arrive for your appointment, you will fill out a client intake. It is important to list all information honestly so the therapist can accurately assess each treatment for you. Afterward, the therapist will begin by asking you general questions to establish what areas you would like worked on, if there are any conditions needing to be addressed, and determine the treatment plan best for you.
What is included in the treatment time?
A treatment includes the time of massage, time for you to dress, and time to discuss your customizations with the therapist.
How early should I arrive for my massage?
New guests should arrive 10-15 minutes prior to their massage to fill out paperwork and meet with their therapist prior to their treatment. Returning guests should arrive 5 minutes prior to their session.
Which massage is right for me?
Different massage options are available for guests who are looking for different types of pressure, time, and customizations. If you are unsure of the pressure you would like for your massage, it is recommended to book Swedish. Before your session begins, you and your therapist will discuss which modalities are right for you to maximize your benefits and comfort from your massage.
Do I have to be completely undressed?
Your comfort is the most important aspect of each session. Each guest should undress to the level of their own comfort level. Most guests get completely undressed, or leave just their underwear on. If you do leave any clothing on, the therapist will work through the cloth and sheet. The therapist will give you time before and after your massage to get on the table and under the sheet & blanket. You will never be fully uncovered and only the body part that is being worked on will be uncovered.
Can I talk during my session?
The most important thing is your comfort. Some guests are more comfortable talking with the therapist throughout the massage, only sometimes, or not at all.
If you get too warm or too cold, if the room is too bright, or if the pressure needs to be changed (lighter or deeper), please communicate that with your therapist.
Do I have to get a full body massage?
Nope! Each session is customized and tailored to each guest. If you would like just your upper body or only your back worked on, that will be the focus of the treatment.
*A 30-minute massage is enough time to work on roughly half of the body. For example, most guests who book a 30-minute massage usually go with just the neck, shoulders, and back. If you would like a full body massage, it is recommended to book a 60-minute or longer massage.
Will the massage hurt?
Although each person may like different pressure, we do not want you to be in pain.
With that being said, there is a ‘feels good’ hurt and an ‘ouch’ hurt. A good massage, even a really deep tissue massage, should always stay in the ‘feels good’ hurt range.
How often should I get a massage?
The recommended frequency of visits is highly dependent on the guest’s goals. Usually, once a month is a good rule of thumb for preventative care, reducing stress, and maintaining body aches and issues. For specific injuries or chronic pain, more frequently may be needed. Frequency of sessions will be discussed with your massage therapist after your treatment to optimally achieve any goals you have discussed.
When should I not get a massage?
There are a few conditions which would prevent you from enjoying massage. You should not book a massage if you have a fever, cold/flu, or contagious skin infection. There are many other conditions in which your therapist may need to adapt his/her techniques (i.e., arthritis or osteoporosis) or avoid an area completely (i.e., cuts or burns). With some conditions, it is necessary to get approval from your physician before you receive massage (cancer, certain heart conditions). If you are unsure, it is always best to consult your physician and massage therapist before booking.
Do I have to listen to meditation music during my massage?
Nope! If you have something specific that you would like to listen to, please let us know upon your arrival and we will be happy to change it for you!
How will I feel after my massage treatment?
Most guests feel very relaxed and a significant decrease in pain. It is also possible to feel a little slowed down for a short period of time and then notice an increase of energy, heightened awareness, and increased productivity which can last for days.
If you received a deep massage, you may be slightly sore the next day – much like a good workout at the gym. Sometimes a hot shower or a soak in the tub can ease this soreness.
After your session, you should increase your water intake. Just a glass or two more than normal is usually fine. This helps keep your body’s tissues hydrated and healthy and.
Am I expected to tip my massage therapist?
Tips are never expected but always appreciated. If you have received exceptional service and would like to show your appreciation to the therapist, the average tip ranges between 20-25%.
Why do I have to put a credit card on file?
When you book an appointment, we are setting aside that time for you. Your credit card on file is only ever used if you schedule an appointment and then do not show up or do not cancel your appointment within 24 hours. The cancellation fee is $25 and no-show fee is the full price of the service and will be charged once your appointment time has been missed. Thank you for understanding!
Have a question that isn’t included in this list? Message or call us and we will be happy to help!