Massage therapy is a manual therapy of the body targeting muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints to optimize health and well-being. It aids in preventing physical dysfunction by loosening soft tissues, aiding in the healing process, encouraging blood flow and improving flexibility and mobility. It also eases pain and helps to reduce physical and emotional stress.


Every treatment plan is personalized based on a health history, an initial assessment and an individual’s goals.


Massage therapy can help with but is not limited to the following;


relaxation, temporal mandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), headaches, neck pain, back pain, tendonitis, sciatica, arthritis, sports injuries, motor vehicle accident and work-related injuries and repetitive strain injuries.

Most insurance companies cover registered massage therapy.