Massage

Swedish Massage

relaxing light to firm pressured massage using various massage techniques such as long gliding effleurage strokes (delicate), skin rolling, vibration, kneading, and percussion. This technique is an excellent choice for relieving stress, aches, and pains, enhancing mental clarity, increasing circulation, & greater flexibility.

Deep Tissue Massage

a heavy to deep pressure massage which helps to release the fascia (a thin sheath of fibrous tissue under the skin, surrounding muscles and organs) while reaching the deeper layers of muscle. This technique helps to break up tension and knots, provides a greater range of movement, stretches the muscle tissue & increases blood flow

Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)

stretching techniques that enhance both active and passive range of motion in order to improve motor skills & rehabilitation.

Lymph Drainage

increases the natural flow of lymph (clear fluid that travels through the lymphatic system carrying cell that help fight infection and disease) through slow, soft guided movements. Using a lifting and pushing movement, the lymph is directed from the tissue into various drainage spots, towards the heart. This technique is great for clients with lymphedema, post-surgery, and regenerating tissue to reduce scarring and inflammation after injuries.

Prenatal Massage

therapeutic bodywork used during the second and third trimester that focused on relaxing and relieving tension for the soon to be mother while her body is changing. The benefits include reducing aches and pains, swelling, headaches, & easing stress.

Myofascial Release

a technique that improves skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving blood and lymphatic circulation & stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles.

Reflexology

a massage technique where focused pressure on the hands and the feet is applied to certain points to promote healing and relieve stress on other parts of the body.

Cupping

a technique using a vacuum or suction created by the cup, which brings up stagnant or non-circulating blood, lymph, and cellular debris to the surface of the skin and away from old traumas or injuries so healthy circulation can make space for oxygen, living cells and nutrients for faster recovery. Cupping creates “marks” that look like bruises but are indicators of the level of stagnation at the cupping site. Cupping reduces pain, detoxifies, improves scared tissue, decreases inflammation, tones & firms, shortens recovery time, stimulates the digestive system, increase blood flow, increases lymphatic flow, & increases “happy” hormones by stimulating the nervous system.

Sports Massage

a massage technique geared towards athletes, the physically active or inflexible individuals and the particular stresses placed on their bodies. This technique helps to avoid injury, improves recovery after exertion, increases flexibility, and helps enhances performance.

Oncology Massage

a massage technique that focuses on helping the client deal with the physical and emotional effects of cancer through four levels of touch specific to their needs and areas of treatment.

Advanced Neuromuscular Techniques

a specialized form of deep tissue utilizing friction, pinning with firm pressure, and stretching of the muscle. This technique is excellent for fascial, muscular, tendon, ligament, and entrapped nerve pain. It’s a very significant technique for loosening shortened muscles & increasing the range of movement.

Kinesio Taping

promotes the body’s natural healing process. Taping provides extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy. Kinesio tape affects the skin (epidermis & dermis), nervous system, fascia, muscles, joints, & the circulatory/ lymphatic systems. Variations in the shapes, size, direction of pull, & the tension placed on the tape during application is determined by assessments & the goal of the treatment. Tape reeducates the neuromuscular system, reduces pain & inflammation, enhance performance, prevent injury, promote good circulation, and healing assisting in returning the body to homeostasis (steady internal environment in the body).

 

Massage Pricing

½ Hour Massage $35-40
1 Hour Massage $65-75
1½ Hour Massage $85-95
2 Hour Massage $105-120

Additional Services

Hot Stones: a very relaxing technique using heated river rocks. The heat aids in relaxing and loosening the tissue reducing anxiety, stress, depression, back pain, insomnia, arthritis, & increasing circulation.
-Additional $10

Foot Scrub and Reflexology Treatment: first the feet are scrubbed with sea salts infused with essential oils designed to relax and relieve pain and then wrapped in heat. After setting, the scrub is removed and heated stones are used to massage and relax the feet before beginning the reflexology treatment. (This treatment takes at least 30 minutes of the massage, so 1 ½ to 2 hours is recommended if you want a full body massage.)
-Additional $15

TMJ & Sinus pressure Facial Treatment: this treatment combines cupping, fascia blasting, & pressure point therapy to relax the facial muscles and drain the sinuses. This treatment is combined with an in-depth facial and scalp massage. (This treatment takes at least 30 minutes of the massage, so 1 ½ to 2 hours is recommended if you want a full body massage.)
-Additional $10

 

Certified Health Coach

Shekeisha Jones

San Antonio, TX

Phone:
571-318-1094
Email:
ms_jones90@live.com