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Massage Prices & Descriptions

- Relaxation Massage: $50 / hour $62 / 75 minutes $75/ 90 minutes

- Cellulite Elimination Massage: $60 / hour $75 / 75 minutes $90 / 90 minutes

- Deep Tissue Massage / Sports / Gua Sha: $60 / hour $75 / 75 minutes $90 / 90 minutes

- Chair Massage: $1 / minute

- Ion Detox Footbath: $25 / 30 minutes $50 / hour

-Add on: Myofascial relase of one limb: $15 / 15 minutes

-Add on: Facelift Massage: $12 / 15 minutes


-Relaxation massage

Can possibly include such modalities and techniques as: Swedish, Shiatsu, Lomi Lomi, lymphatic drainage, Myofascial release, Acupressure, Gua Sha(which works great for knots), Ortho-anatomy of the neck, assisted stretching, head massage, foot massage, abdominal massage.
Each massage doesn't have all of the techniques, it�s just a varied skill set I draw from and not all clients need each and every technique. Clients may express interest in specific techniques from the above for a multitude of reasons: stress, headaches, tension, knots, muscular pain, muscle strains, allergies, feeling the need for detoxification, lack of energy, insomnia, and more.

-Cellulite Elimination Massage-


Rejuvenating, relaxing, intense, refreshing and detoxifying, can help the client lose weight and unsightly cellulite. This massage targets lymph nodes so that the body can eliminate the toxins that are stored in fat and cellulite. There are also sports-like techniques such as fist drumming, quick skin rubbing for skin tightening as well as effleurage for the skin.
Multiple sessions can lead to weight loss and possible improved health. Most clients seem to notice benefits from the initial massage.

Note that I am a man; consider that before purchasing this massage. I am the only therapist doing this massage in the Fresno area that I know of.


-Deep Tissue Massage

Can include: Firm pressure elbows, finger Trigger Point Therapy, techniques I've invented, cupping(rarely) and Gua Sha. The relief that these techniques usually provide(results may vary) is hard to over-state without sounding like exaggerating. It's that good. These techniques to leave marks, similar to bruises but is actually dark blood brought out of the muscle/tissue of the affected area and up to the skin. This way old/non-oxygenated blood that may have been causing pain can be recirculated and refreshed. Bruising may also occur. These techniques are used based on the therapist's assessment of the client's needs.

-Chair Massage-

Excellent short massage with Deep Tissue, Swedish, Shiatsu, stretching and targeted knot work. Available at Whole Foods Ask about current schedule.

-Myofascial Release-

For stubborn shoulder and arm pain or stiff and continually sore legs. The relief this technique/session provides cannot be understated for long-term sufferers. Usually I will do the best I can to relieve the pain during an initial Relax & Rejuvenate Massage. The next step is Cupping and Gua Sha. Barring complete success with either of those, the final step is Myofascial Release. Great for stiff or locking shoulders and mysterious arm pain that other therapists may have not been able to help with. The arm portion uses a slow pulling technique that slowly eases out the knots in the fascia. It uses the full range of motion of the arms and legs to provide as much relief as possible. The leg portion is very similar to assisted stretching done in sports massages. Pulling is not utilized so the femur does not leave it's joint as it is prone to with pulling, unlike the arms. $70/ hour.

-Facelift Massage-

Stimulating face massage that I learned at a, aesthetics conference, it's like a facial. Stimulating finger sweeping movements with hot and cold relax the muscles and plump the skin. Best when preceded by a full head and neck massage for the ideal relaxed and rejuvenated complexion. I am the only therapist doing this massage in the area that I know of.

- Add in Essential oils to your massage oil - up to 3 oils for $10