5 x 60 min sessions —- $350
5 x 90 min sessions —- $475
Romy’s unique massage techniques enhance the function of the body as a whole, promoting relaxation and a sense of well-being. Her massage incorporates different modalitites, both Eastern and Western. These include: deep tissue, Swedish, acupressure, reflexology, tui na, ayerveda, energy balancing and more. Hot stones and aromatherapy are used in all massages.
Abhyanga massage is a Ayurvedic style treatment originating from the ancient Hindu tradition. Abhyanga means anointing the body with oil. Warm oil is infused with herbs and is massaged into the entire body penetrating into deep layers of tissue. This is beneficial for nourishing the body and maintaining excellent health. Therapeutically it invigorates circulation, improves sleep, moisturizes the skin and decreases the effects of aging.
60 min—- $80
90 min—- $120
Balinese massage therapy is an alternative technique which involves locating pressure points along the meridian lines. According to ancient oriental teachings of healing, energy runs along these meridians lines. The energy flow, or chi, is the life force of the body. This therapy helps reduce stress, eliminates toxins and release soft tissue. It’s good for poor circulation, low energy and feelings of lethargy.
Hot Stone Massage
90 min —- $140
Experience the healing effects of Hot Stone Massage.
This is a deeply healing therapy using heated stones. The hot stones are usually made of basalt, a type of rock that is rich in iron, so they retain heat. River stones are also used because they are smooth and soothing.
The heat warms and relaxes the muscles, which allows for deeper therapeutic pressure. The warmed stones glide across your body, improving circulation and calming the nervous system. When they are placed on energy centers of the body they assist in balancing the body’s energy. Revitalize your body and bring peace and tranquility to your mind and spirit.
Add-on Options to Massage:
Ear candling uses ear candles that are made of cotton or linen that’s wound into a cone shape, soaked in wax, and then allowed to harden.
This hollow candle is inserted through a hole in a plate specially designed to collect wax, and placed into the external ear canal. The candle is lit at the opposite end.
This creates a low-level vacuum that draws ear wax and other debris out of the ear and into the hollow candle. After the candling, a dark, waxy substance is often left in the stub of the candle
Gua sha (Chinese: 刮痧; pinyin: guā shā), meaning “scraping sha-bruises“, is a traditional Chinese medical treatment in which the skin is scraped to produce light bruising. Gua sha releases unhealthy elements from injured areas and stimulates blood flow and healing. Gua sha is sometimes referred to as “spooning” or “coining”.
Gua sha involves repeated pressured strokes over lubricated skin with a smooth edge. A simple metal cap with a rounded edge is used.