Offer Chair Massage
as a benefit to your employees:

Lift spirits, build good will and ease employee stress with on-site massage.

Add pizzazz to your next trade show or company meeting.

Attract crowds and have them leave with a lasting, positive feeling about your company.



On-site chair massage

Please contact the office for details and scheduling if you are interested in offering chair massage in your office or during a special event.

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503-560-9458

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Types of Massage

Swedish Massage
Ashiatsu Massage
Hot Stone Massage
Pregnancy Massage
Infant Massage
Medical or Treatment Massage

Deep Tissue Massage
Chair Massage

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is the therapeutic massage standard for much of the Western world. Developed in the 1800s by Pehr Henrik Ling, it incorporates a variety of specific massage techniques to treat sore muscles, tension, stress, and poor circulation. Most Western massage modalities have their origins in Swedish massage, and the majority of massage therapists in the West are trained in Swedish massage before they learn any other massage techniques. Swedish massage is so ubiquitous that in Europe that it is known as Classic Massage.

Ashiatsu Massage

Ashiatsu is a type of massage therapy in which the therapist walks on the client's back, using overhead bars for support to vary pressure and weight. This modality has its roots in Asia, but today, several different versions of Ashiatsu massage are practiced around the world.

While Ashiatsu Oriental Bar therapy addresses muscle pain and tension, it is also very relaxing. The massage therapist uses a set of parallel bars above the massage table to support herself while essentially dancing on the client's back; flowing strokes are combined with faster, lighter ones. The intensity of the massage can be tailored to your needs.

Try Deep tissue massage with Ashiatsu massage.
Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Massage
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Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage is a relatively new massage technique, invented in the early 1990s by Mary Hannigan, a resident of Tucson, Arizona. It uses the basic principles and movements of classic Swedish massage, but utilizes hot rocks to help relax the muscles and get a deep massage with less direct pressure being applied.

Hot Stone Massage Treatment Massage
Hot Stone Massage   Injury Rehabitation
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Medical or Treatment Massage

Medical Massage is a result oriented, evidence based approach to resolve conditions that have been diagnosed and prescribed by a Doctor. The goal is to reduce pain and discomfort that is related to soft tissue and structure damage while enabling the body to heal properly.

Treatment massage is a very similar modality; also result based and focused on pain relief/injury rehabitation. A prescription is not necessary for treatment work.

Medical/Treatment Massage can bring incredible relief from many post trauma (whiplash etc.) or overuse/repetitive use injury symptoms (tension, headaches, limited movement, swelling etc.) and enable an injured person to manage pain without the use of drugs. It can also speed up the recovery time and decrease the risk of re-injury while allowing the body to heal properly and move forward in life.

In both medical and treatment massage the therapist may use a variety of modalities but will focus the treatment on the area(s) related to the diagnosis and prescription. In the case of treatment massage, focus will be the area of injury, pain or complaint.

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Treat yourself with a pregnancy massage. Infant Massage
Pregnancy Massage   Infant Massage

Pregnancy massage

A massage during or after pregnancy should not be a luxury!

In addition to being a source of tranquil relaxation and reducing stress, a massage can offer relief from muscle cramps, spasms, and myofascial pain, especially in the lower back, neck, hips, and legs. A massage can increase your blood and lymph circulation, which can reduce swelling and stress on weight-bearing joints.

A massage can also:

Improve your sleep
Can decrease the levels of the stress hormones and/or increase the levels of the "feel-good" hormones serotonin and dopamine.
Improves outcome of labor and eases labor pain.
Enhances the pliability of skin and underlying tissues.
Provides support for the new mother with physical and emotional strains of mothering.

Please call with additional questions!

Infant Massage

Infant massage is a style of massage which is designed for use on infants. As such, it is extremely gentle and very free-flowing, to accommodate infants who may feel restless or nervous. Both parents and professional massage therapists can offer infant massage; some parents like to take classes to learn some massage strokes and techniques to use on their infants. Such classes are often readily available from natural childbirth organizations, massage schools, and organizations which offer parenting classes.

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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a style of massage that is designed to get into the connective tissue of the body, rather than just the surface muscles. When a massage therapist performs deep tissue, he or she uses a variety of techniques to deeply penetrate the muscles and fascia, loosening them and releasing tension.

Many clients have a more intense experience with a deep tissue massage, but also feel that it is more beneficial, because it addresses deep-seated muscle pains. Like other types of massage, deep tissue is most beneficial when undertaken on a regular basis, so that therapist and client can work together to correct long term problems, relax the body, and prevent injury.

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Chair Massage

"More and more companies offer massage therapy not only as a perk, but also to increase their employees' productivity and morale," said E. Houston LeBrun, president-elect of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). "You get immediate results — the employees experience stress reduction and greater satisfaction with their jobs."

Chair Massage is the most convenient method of mobile massage therapy. While fully clothed, you "sit" in a special, ergonomic massage chair for a session that lasts about 15 minutes. Chair therapy promotes better circulation, muscle stimulation, and reduces tension in the back, neck and shoulders. The "healing effects" provide deep relaxation and encourages overall well-being.

Most chair massages are mobile and easily set up in hotels, hotel suites, malls, airports, expos, convention centers, dental and medical offices, corporate offices, tradeshows, horse shows, street fairs, grand openings, health spas, gyms, outdoor events, and more.

Customers and potential clients will line up and wait for hours for a professional chair massage.

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