Friendly Note to Both Loyal and New Clients:

We often schedule back-to-back appointments, which means it is important that we maintain our books for the sake of both your and our time.

Our cancellation policy is as follows:

A 48 hours notice to cancel or reschedule, otherwise, a $10 fee is applied to your next appointment.
There is a $25 cancellation fee for any appointment over 60 mins.
There is a $30 no-show fee during the week and $50 no-show fee on Saturday's.
While we use discretionary precautions before charging our clients, it is a typical fee and is applied automatically.
In order to keep our prices competitive, these fees are to cover lost time and labor.

We hope that you understand this policy and we thank you for choosing us to pamper your heart, mind, and body. 



Treat yourself to a foot massage, or a 30-, 60 or 90-minute massage.

We also offer 3 packs of hour massages.
Our massage therapist is here to help target your problem areas and offer relaxation and/or deep tissue massages.

30 minute foot massage  $30 

30 minutes   $35 

1 hour   $70  

90 minutes  $100

1 hour 3 pack  $162

Massage with Cupping 

Relax and Rejuvenate 

1 hour
with cupping  $80 

90 minutes

with cupping $120 

CBD Massage

$95 1 hour (includes cupping)

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a chemical compound, or cannabinoid, found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. There are several varieties of the cannabis plant, including industrial hemp and marijuana. While CBD can be derived from either plant, it is more commonly derived from industrial hemp where it is far more prevalent than in marijuana. Unlike its sister cannabinoid, THC, it is non-psychoactive, meaning it won’t get you high. The CBD used in our products is hemp-derived and none of our products contain any THC.
What Is It Used to Treat?
Exciting new research is showing CBD to be effective in treating a number of conditions. Some of the common ailments people use CBD to treat include:
Chronic Pain/Inflammation
Skin Irritation

How Does It Work?

Much research is currently being done on this question. We now know two primary ways in which CBD works in the body (a deeper study of these mechanisms will surely continue to reveal more):
Stimulates our Endocannabinoid System (ECS) – This nifty system was only discovered by scientists in the early 1990s. The ECS refers to a collection of cell receptors and corresponding molecules. You can think of cell receptors like little locks on the surface of your cells. The keys to these locks are chemical molecules called agonists. Each time an agonist binds to a cell it relays a message, giving your cell specific direction.
The endocannabinoid system is the name for a series of cell receptors that respond to certain kinds of agonists. Two primary cell receptors make up the ECS, Cannabinoid Receptor 1 (CB1) and Cannabinoid Receptor 2 (CB2). The keys for these receptors are called endocannabinoids, which are essentially the body’s own version of THC and CBD (which are phytocannabinoids). Cannabinoid receptors are found all throughout the body, including the skin, giving them a wide variety of functions. However, certain receptors are more concentrated in specific regions. CB1 receptors are abundant in the central nervous system. CB2 receptors are more often found on immune cells, in the gastrointestinal tract, and in the peripheral nervous system.

The ECS plays an important role in neuroprotection, stress recovery, immune balance, and homeostatic regulation (maintaining a stable internal environment).

When CBD binds with these receptors, a mechanism is triggered in the ECS to produce a wide array of therapeutic and healing responses.
Helps to Regulate Key Body Functions – Thus far, CBD is known to directly or indirectly affect three other receptors (Vanilloid, Adenosine, and Serotonin) that are important for pain modulation, the sleep-wake cycle, and mood and stress management. It has also been linked to a spike in the naturally occurring “bliss molecule,” anandamide, which helps to regulate functions like pleasure, appetite, memory, sleep, and pain.

Massage Cupping therapy is an amazing full body treatment. With every stroke you will feel yourself melt into the table with relaxation and rejuvenation, taking away the stresses on your mind and body.  
Benefits of Massage Cupping include lifting, draining and smoothing:
drains intermediate lymph ~ loosens adhesions in connective tissue that cause shortening of muscles and restrictions in joint range of motion ~ releases deep muscle issues
relieves inflammation ~ stimulates blood flow to bring oxygenation back to the tissue to lengthen it and stimulate organ efficiency ~ sedates the nervous system
helps with the absorption of topical treatments ~ helps smooth the appearance of cellulite by loosening the adhesions that cause the dimpling with the fatty tissue ~ breaks up scar tissue from healed injuries

With Massage Cupping there is rarely a “cup kiss” left on the body.  If it does appear it is not a bruise. It is the release of intense stagnation. It will dissolve within a few hours or days.
Massage Cupping draws inflammation out but doesn’t add to it. The skin will turn red with deeper suction bringing blood flow to the surface. This dissipates minutes after every stroke.