Services & Pricing


Sometimes figuring out the best type of service to book can be overwhelming. This page exists so you can book your next appointment with confidence and know exactly what the goals and pricing of your treatment will be.

Our pricing is simple with flat rates for all services: 30-Minutes for $54; 60-Minutes for $99; 90-Minutes for $146; 120-Minutes for $190. We do not charge for add-ons, our services are completely customizable!
Many of our therapists carry additional certification in Neuromuscular Therapy & Structural Bodywork. Neurological laws and referral pain patterns explain how trigger points in one area can cause pain in a different area of the body. This advanced knowledge is applied to every treatment, regardless of service type. It allows us to relieve painful trigger points while providing ultimate relaxation so you can find the long-term rest and relief you’re looking for.

Give us a call at 704-465-5527. if you have specific questions about which service is best for you or would prefer to book over the phone instead of scheduling online.

Swedish Massage

Choose Swedish Massage if your main goal is relaxation and you prefer light to medium pressure. Swedish Massage utilizes long, gliding strokes to gently break up knots in muscles. It is the most widely known type of massage, and its primary goal is relaxation and stress relief.

Deep Tissue Massage

Choose Deep Tissue Massage if your main goal is Pain relief and you prefer firm pressure. Deep Tissue Massage is designed to alleviate severe tension in the muscles and the connective tissue on top of muscles, also known as fascia. It involves long gliding strokes with deep pressure, along with focused trigger point work to break up stubborn knots.

Neuromuscular Therapy

Choose Neuromuscular Therapy if your main goal is pain relief in one specific area of your body, to help recover from injury, or to correct postural imbalances. Neuromuscular Therapy begins with specific strokes to break up adhesions in the connective tissue on top of muscles, followed by intense trigger point work to address deeper layers of muscle. This style of massage is based on neurological laws and pain patterns that explain how trigger points in one area can cause pain in a different area of the body.

Sports Massage

Choose Sports Massage if you are an athlete training for an event or routinely pushing your physical limits. Sports Massage utilizes faster massage strokes and includes assisted stretching to help athletes and weekend warriors achieve maximum performance and physical conditioning.

Prenatal Massage

Choose Prenatal Massage if you are pregnant. Massage during pregnancy not only makes a woman feel pampered, but it also offers undeniable physical benefits as well. It can relieve headaches, enhance sleep, reduce cramps, decrease swelling/edema, and calm an active baby. Prenatal Massage is also a great way to relieve everyday tension and the general aches and pains common during pregnancy. Note: you must be completed with week 12 of your pregnancy (out of first trimester) and have approval from your doctor to receive a prenatal massage.

Cupping Therapy

Choose Cupping if you have stubborn trigger points and/or would like to increase range of motion in troublesome areas. We offer this service as a Massage/Cupping Combo or as a stand-alone 30-minute treatment. Cupping is an ancient Chinese technique in which a vacuum is created with cups that are placed on the skin. This suction causes the skin, fascia, and superficial muscle to be drawn into the cups. Cupping loosens the muscle tissue and fascia and can help increase range of motion in stiff areas. You may notice circular bruising following a cupping session, but this is normal.


Choose Reiki if you would prefer a fully clothed energy work session with optional physical touch. Choose Reiki/Swedish Massage Combo if you prefer to combine a light to medium pressure massage with energy work geared towards balancing and relaxing your mind, body and spirit. Reiki is a Japanese word that means “Universal Life Energy” and is also known as “laying on of hands” in Western philosophy. It involves focused energy work that can improve the body’s natural ability to balance itself.

Thai Foot Massage

Choose Thai Foot Massage if you are struggling with tired, aching feet and legs. Thai Foot Massage dates back over 2500 years and treats the lower legs and feet, with focus on acupressure points on the bottoms of the feet. According to Thai work, Meridians or “energy lines,” carry the energy in the body and can be accessed at the feet. Thai energy work on the feet opens the flow and leaves you feeling relaxed and renewed.

Integrative Reflexology

Choose Integrative Reflexology if you would like a focused session for your feet and/or hands. Reflexology is a therapeutic massage method that stimulates predefined pressure points on the feet and hands to bring the body into balance and promote well-being. According to the philosophy of reflexology, all organs, glands and parts of the body have representing reflexes on the feet and hands. NOTE: Choose 60 Minutes to ensure enough time to properly work on hands and feet if you’d like Integrative Reflexology on both.

Chair Massage

Choose Chair Massage if you prefer a fully clothed session to address tension in the neck, back, arms, and/or hands. Chair massage is performed with or without oils/lotion while you are seated in a massage chair.

Oncology Massage

Choose Oncology Massage if you are in treatment for or have a history of cancer. Oncology massage is a client-specific, customized massage session designed to meet the unique and changing needs of someone in treatment for cancer or with a history of cancer treatment. A safe massage plan generally revolves around the side effects (both short- and long-term) of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.

TMJ Massage

Choose TMJ Massage if you struggle with teeth grinding, jaw clinching, or jaw pain. TMJ massage works by locating trigger points that affect the areas of the jaw, neck, and even shoulders. As well, facial muscles, sinuses, cheekbones, and temples will be primary areas of focus, working to reduce pain and inflammation in the jaw.

Integrated Lymphatic Massage with Acupressure (and Optional Therapeutic Cupping)

Integrated Lymphatic Massage with Acupressure (and Optional Therapeutic Cupping) is a technique used to help the body process fluids in order to boost immune system function. This technique helps to decrease swelling and inflammation due to injury, toxicity, and edema caused by surgery. Acupressure points are used in areas being treated to help open the meridian channels for the natural flow of Qi (Chi). Some light Swedish massage and therapeutic cupping is also a part of this session.