Massage Therapy

People with chronic pain often turn to massage therapy to help naturally improve their quality of life. There’s a release of serotonin, which is the body’s natural production of anti-pain chemicals. Additionally, an aggravating factor in pain syndromes can be a lack of deep, restorative sleep. Massage is very effective at increasing deep sleep. With more deep sleep, you have less pain.

Nearly every culture in history has used massage to relieve pain. Today, a growing number of people are turning to hands-on relief. According to a 2008 survey by the American Massage Therapy Association, about 21 percent of adults had a massage at least once in the last year, and almost 25 percent have used massage therapy at least once for pain relief.

For people looking to naturally manage their chronic pain, massage therapy can improve quality of life by impacting mood as well as manage the pain. When you live with chronic pain, having a toolbox of strategies you turn to for pain relief is important. Massage can be a powerful tool for relaxing both mind and body.

Benefits of Managing Chronic Pain

  • Increases serotonin, which reduces pain naturally
  • Naturally increases deep sleep
  • Increases range of motion
  • Lowers anxiety and improves mood

Types of Massage Therapies

  • Tui Na Massage
  • Swedish Relaxation Massage
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Universal Reflexology
  • Prenatal Massage


Transformative Relaxation and Deep-Tissue Massage: Based upon a patient’s mind/body treatment needs, Jodie will draw from the spectrum of skills tailored to assist each individual in returning to optimal health.

25-minute transformative-$45
50-minute transformative-$90

*Package discount available

Helps to restore balance in the bodies of active people using a harmonious combination of pain relief and relaxation. Encourages your body to relieve pain, restore tired muscles, increase range of motion, and decease inflammation using a variety of techniques including myofacial release, trigger point therapy, and stretching techniques. The movement is slower and the pressure is deeper and concentrated on areas of tension and pain.

This ancient healing art and science is a manual technique on specific reflex points within main microcosms on the body. This self-healing process brings about psychological and physiological normalization of the total body.

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