Deep Tissue Massage
1hr $150 I 1.5hr $200
I 2hr $350
A massage technique that's mainly used to treat strains and sports injuries. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury and reduce tension in muscle and tissue.
Benefits: Unlike other massage techniques that focus on relaxation, deep tissue massage helps treat muscle pain and improve stiffness. But it can still help you to unwind mentally.
1hr $150 I 1.5hr $200 I 2hr $350
This kind of massage is used in traditional medicine in many parts of the Philippines and throughout the world today. This form of healing therapy relies on principles of the body’s natural energy to treat imbalances in our bodies/mind, and it relieves many ailments.
“Hilot” is also a Filipino word used for “healer.” A hilot therapist is trained in massage and body/mind connections. This kind of therapy is beneficial for body relaxation, for pregnancy-term massage therapy, for skeletal manipulation, for relieving muscle pains and for treating many other medical conditions.
Hilot is a form of therapy that is also used for the delivery of babies. During pregnancy, this massage removes stress, fatigue and muscle pain from the expectant mother. This kind of therapy can also be used post-pregnancy for the quick recovery of the new mother. It helps to condition the body for a quick recovery, to regain strength, improve immunity and get back into a healthy condition.
1hr $175 I 1.5hr $350
Cupping finds its roots in traditional Chinese medicine. This treatment brings blood to the surface of the skin and improves the energy flow throughout the body and is valuable for the following:
Blood disorders such as anemia and hemophilia,
Rheumatic diseases such as arthritis and fibromyalgia
Fertility and gynecological disorders,
Skin problems such as eczema and acne,
High blood pressure
caused by allergies
Varicose veins and
many other maladies.
Although cupping is not painful, the recipient commonly walks away with a circular bruise on the areas where cups were applies. Cupping is considered to be relatively safe, especially when performed by a trained health professional.