Elevate your massage with these enhancements! Unless noted, enhancements are complimentary in the studio and will be customized to each session. Compresses must be booked prior to the session to allow time to steam heat.
CBD Massage $20
CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is the healing property of the cannabis plant. It provides anti-inflammatory agents without psychoactive affects, or feeling "high." The CBD Massage uses a highly concentrated salve, massaged locally to areas of pain or soreness. Clients have noted it's their best night sleep after a CBD Massage.
Ask about CBD oil for under the tongue to help the body systemically. CBD oil has benefited clients with arthritis, chronic pain, insomnia and anxiety.
Hot Herbal Compresses
Hot Herbal Compresses are an excellent addition to *most massages. They are filled with herbs to reduce inflammation and are steam heated to release tension in the muscles, warm the fascia and promote general relaxation.
*Not recommended if there's a history of heart disease or for women who may be pregnant.
Essential Oil Therapy
Essential Oil Therapy uses nature’s medicine to safely and effectively calm the nervous system. Essential oils have been used for 5000 years to help a wide array of ailments including muscle pain, nausea, hormonal imbalances and many others. The oil may be mixed with the massage oil or used directly on a target area.
Cupping is an alternative medicine therapy, known to have been used in ancient cultures as early as 1550 BC. It uses inverse pressure to pull the tissues and increase circulation to the area. It has been known to reduce pain and inflammation, increase range of motion, and induce relaxation. Although not painful, cupping often leaves marks that look like bruises.
Arnica Muscle Balm
Arnica muscle balm is massaged into a target area to help relieve sore, tired muscles and reduce pain. It is beneficial for athletes of any level; if you’re sore from playing on the mountain or training, arnica will help! It’s also effective for injuries such as torn ligaments and bruising.
Hot stones are used to help soothe and relax sore muscles. Hand picked from the rivers of Colorado, these basalt stones are volcanic rock that retain heat. Used to warm up the muscles before deeper pressure, or as a way to soothe them after therapeutic work. Hot stones are contraindicated for some clients.