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Rates: 1 hour session $80 | 90 minute session $110
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(5) 1 hour session $360 | (10) 1 hour $720
(5) 90 minutes $495 | (10) 90 minutes $990
1 hour $125 | 90 minutes $150
Receiving a massage in your home can be a lovely and relaxing experience. I need just enough space that a table can be set up and clearance to move around it (about the size of a twin bed).
What type of massage should I receive?
Massage and bodywork sessions begin with a consultation to determine the best treatment plan for your body. I customize the massage each time to meet your current needs. Read more about the modalities I integrate in my practice:
Soothing and relaxing, this massage is a great way to calm down. Long flowing directional strokes on skin with oil or cream are used to send the blood back to the heart. The result is a calm yet invigorated feeling. Light to Deep Pressure used with organic coconut oil.
This will put you in a dreamy hazy state of relaxation. Best received fully clothed, the client is cradled and gently rocked to the rhythm of their own body. Slowly or with trepidations we explore your body’s full range of motion by internally asking “What feels light? What feels free?” This is great to receive if you are feeling “stuck” with anything in your life, since we encourage your body to shake things out and shake it off. Light to moderate pressure
There are many versions of deep work for the body of which I use a few specific techniques. Deep work can also be received clothed and without oil.
Deep, firm, sustained pressure to slowly and gently melt the fascial tissue encasing the muscles. Active feedback from the client is necessary to ensure the pressure is used is deep enough to affect change without going past the point of the danger/pain zone. This is excellent to relieve chronically contracted tissue.
Neuromuscular Therapy or Trigger Point work
Deep wringing and dry work along with the application of oil is used to break up adhesions and clumps of tissue that have become sticky. Great for injury rehabilitation and recovery, for getting to the “knots” you may have.
Silicone cups are placed on the body with oil to create a vacuum, displacing any stagnant blood in the muscle to the surface of the skin where it is flushed away by the lymphatic system. This can lead to marks on the skin that disappear within about a week. Clients report greater range of motion, better blood flow, and relief from chronic tensions.
Traditionally Thai massage is applied on the floor, Rebecca has learned to adapt it to the massage table as well. People love Thai massage because it feels like you are doing yoga while just laying there. Emphasis is on stretching and opening the body to its full range of motion. A Thai session is best received fully clothed in comfy yoga or workout attire. This is great if you are feeling tight all over but want to feel energized and ready to conquer anything you might be faced with.
Self care for the divine mother as she creates the new life inside her. Special bolstering used to fully support the mother as she progresses through the gestation process. I love to pamper these miraculous, hard working bodies.
A growing field as we and/or our parents age. There are so many special concerns to keep in mind while working with our elders. I have had the honor and blessing of working with several families as they care for their aging parents. Depending on the needs of the client typically this massage concentrates on circulatory massage, gentle range of motion with the limbs, and loving energy work. I am comfortable going into rehabilitation and recovery facilities or working around a hospital bed if the client is more physically incapacitated.
Hot Stone massage
Heated stones are used to warm, soften and deeply connect to your tissue. This is wonderful for those who “run cold” or need something a little extra to get to those tight areas.