Massage appointments can be made by emailing Kim Turk or calling the front desk at 919-660-6660 during normal business hours. Payments are required in advance and can be made in person or over the phone.
Please arrive a few minutes early to complete a health screening on entry. You’ll wash your hands before and after the session and also wear a mask at all times, including while lying facedown on the massage table. All linens, equipment, and spaces are fully disinfected between appointments. Our massage therapists protect themselves and you by washing their hands and wearing a face shield during your appointment.
If you have a medical condition, such as fever, infection, cancer, or severe respiratory disease, please check with our massage coordinator before scheduling a session.
Massage Therapy Services
Massage can enhance fitness training, reduce pain, aid in rehabilitation, and improve your overall health, all while helping you relax. Our massage therapists offer different types of bodywork. Each technique provides unique benefits. Check with your insurance provider to see if massage is covered as part of your benefits.
Types of Massage
For chronic and acute injuries. We target muscles with deep manipulation to release tension and decrease pain.
Firm but gentle pressure is used to improve circulation, ease muscle aches and tension, improve flexibility, and create a sense of relaxation.
This type of massage helps with long-term, chronic pain. It loosens microscopic muscle spasms (knots) that can send pain throughout the body. Direct pressure is used on specific areas of concern.
The goal of this technique is to stretch and free muscles and their surrounding connective tissue to encourage healing and better movement.
Stretching, warming, and flushing strokes are used pre- and post-event to help enhance performance.
A unique injury therapy that combines compression, extension, movement, and breathing for relief of pain. This method can aid in breaking up scar tissue, lengthening muscles, and restoring muscle memory.
Two techniques -- a cross-fiber friction and a slow, gentle myofascial movement -- help to release and realign tissue and to break up scar tissue.
A specially trained therapist provides massage to clients during or after cancer treatment. We design a session with your input taking into account your chemotherapy or radiation therapy, pain medications, surgery, and level of comfort.
Lymphatic Fluid Balancing
This bodywork is gentle and aids the movement of excess lymphatic fluid or edema out of the body. This can be useful for lymphedema from breast cancer surgery. Lymphatic massage can be a standalone session or can added as part of a regular massage.
With a specialized tape, your therapist can reduce muscle fatigue, inflammation, and pain; correct posture; adjust joint misalignment; and protect muscles from further injury.
As an add-on to a regular massage, you can receive Kinesio Taping for an additional $5 (or for $15 as a standalone service).
As an add-on to a regular massage, you can receive kinesio-taping for an additional $5 (or for $15 as a standalone service).