About our Services

At Massage Above All we are dedicated to providing relaxing and beneficial massages and treatments. Regardless of your booked treatment, your therapist will discuss with you to ensure that you are receiving the right attention, pressure, and needs to make you feel better.

 
 

Relaxation Massage

Relaxation massage is intended to do just that–relax you. Whether it's after a stressful day at work, a treat before or on a special day, or just because you need some "me time," the relaxation massage will loosen your muscles and have you feeling like you're walking on air.

Therapeutic Massage

Strains, discomfort due to repetitive movement, or injuries can all benefit from the healing powers of massage. During a therapeutic massage, our therapists will discuss your medical history to customize a massage that will focus on your trouble areas. Sometimes deep tissue pressure is required, but oftentimes the therapists will surprise you by how pleasant a therapeutic massage can feel.

Hot Stone Massage

Warm stones are used over the body to provide a unique massage experience. The stones not only conduct heat, allowing for a warm, soothing feel while you are massaged, but they also trigger muscles and potential knots and sore spots in a way that human hands cannot. Come for a hot stone massage if you've got bad lumps in your shoulders but you want a relaxing massage experience.

Reflexology

Originally brought to North America from the east by an ear, nose and throat specialist, reflexology is also known as zone therapy. By applying pressure to the feet and hands, reflexology is able to alleviate a multitude of symptoms from indigestion, to headaches, to anxiety. 

 

Dynamic Cupping Massage

Also referred to as “cupping therapy” dynamic cupping massage is a combination of traditional massage along with the use of silicone cups. Silicone cups are applied to treatment area to increase blood flow and relieve heat and stagnation in areas that are tense, tight or in pain. “The vacuum affect.”

“Dynamic” refers to the use of silicone cups to make sweeping motions along the muscles to identify and relieve adhesions between layers of fascia, which is often a source of muscle pain and stiffness.

Benefits:

  • Stimulates lymphatic circulation

  • Encourages blood flow

  • Stretches out muscles

  • Reduces stagnation

Bowen Technique

Bowen Technique uses the thumbs or index finger to make gentle moves over the muscles and connective tissues in set patterns with time waits, allowing the body to relax and restore itself to a healthier way of being. The musculo-skeletal framework, fascia, nerves and internal organs are addressed.

New to Bowen Technique? A series of 3 appointments 5 to 10 days apart is ideal to help the body set muscle memory. Depending on your condition/s the maintenance will vary from bi-weekly working up to 3 or 4 months.

Lymph Drainage

Lymphatic drainage massage is a form of gentle massage that encourages the movement of lymph fluids around the body. The fluid in the lymphatic system helps remove waste and toxins from the bodily tissues. Some health conditions can cause lymph fluid to build up. Lymphatic Drainage benefits: It helps to improve your immune system, helps with breastfeeding, reduces stress and promotes relaxation, helps with surgical healing, fights fatigue, skin care, soothes migraines, improves sleep and is a detox mechanism.

 

Onsen

Onsen™ is a combination of three treatment techniques based on fundamental myofascial treatment philosophies (muscle energy technique, post-isometric relaxation, and transverse friction massage). Onsen™ techniques are often incorporated into other holistic health practices. Onsen™ practitioners use three components (muscle energy technique, post-isometric relaxation, and transverse friction massage) together to balance the myofascial and muscular systems, releasing stress and pain in the body. All three techniques focus on releasing identified restrictions to achieve a neutral state of stress in the musculature. Onsen™ can help create balance, particularly length/stretch balance in soft tissues, as balanced muscles do not create pain.