Massage + Bodywork
Based on your needs, our skilled practitioners use the appropriate modality of healing touch to address your goals. Like a painter with a full spectrum of colors on their palette, we will combine a variety of valuable techniques to be as effective as possible. These techniques include: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Trigger Point, Acupressure, Thai, Lomi Lomi, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, and Energy Work. The depth, intensity, and rhythm will be specially catered to your unique body and mind.
'Myo' refers to muscle, and 'fascial' refers to fascia, a form of dense connective tissue that forms the casing of the muscles and ALL other structures in the body. The fascia is a continuous network of fibers that connects the body seamlessly from head to toe, skin to bone, and macro to micro. By applying special principles and techniques, Myofascial Release will unlock restrictions in the fascial system at large, while Craniosacral Therapy deals with fascial restrictions surrounding the brain and spinal cord. Releasing the fascia will relieve you from chronic pain, and restore healthy form and function to your body and mind.
Expecting mothers will find tremendous benefit in receiving massage. Pregnancy comes with its aches and pains, and affects on mood and overall energy. Our practitioners, are trained in prenatal massage, and will help relieve musculoskeletal pain associated with pregnancy. Massage will also help to calm pregnancy related stress and anxiety, and bring balance to the emotions.
This form of bodywork takes place on a floor mat, with the recipient clothed in something comfortable that allows for movement and stretching. The practitioner will use a sequence of rhythmic compression along the energy meridians, range of motion, and stretching, using his/her hands, forearms & elbows, knees, and feet as tools. Equally as effective as integrative massage, but with a greater emphasis on sustained pressure, movement and stretching, to enhance energy flow through the meridians of the body.
CBD Oil massage
CBD (cannabanoid) oil, naturally extracted from the hemp plant, acts within the body's endocannabinoid system. This helps reduce inflammation, protects neurons, promotes bone growth and relieves anxiety and pain. Combining this oil with an integrative massage is an effective way to absorb the oil's benefits through our muscles, tissues and circulatory system.
You can add CBD oil to any massage for $10!
We also offer complimentary cupping and hot compress, simply ask your massage therapist!
3 hrs of session time - $265
= save 7% per session
6 hrs of session time - $500
= save 12% per session
3 month contract - save 17%
3 month contract - save 15%
6 month contract - save 13%
Save more when you set up recurring appointments / purchase a package deal.
Our rates are on a sliding scale based on the duration of the session.
A 90-minute session is recommend for your initial evaluation and treatment.
Our 10% discount for students and seniors is available in person, in studio.
Schedule your massage therapy session today
with one of our licensed practitioners!
Adrian abides by a holistic philosophy, aiming to do more than simply treat symptoms, but rather support people in bringing balance to the body and mind as a whole. His massage treatments delve deep into the body's tissue to release restrictions, while educating clients about self-care and mind-body awareness. >> Schedule with Adrian
Lauren offers personalized Thai Bodywork sessions, encouraging deep relaxation while targeting specific muscles or tissues, providing lasting change and restoring balance in the body. Thai bodywork incorporates many of the principles found in other popular bodywork modalities, from myofascial release, to rolfing, sports massage, and energy work. Lauren also loves incorporating steamed herbal compresses and herb-infused oils and liniments into her sessions. >> Schedule with Lauren
Nicole offers injury treatment and prevention through hands-on bodywork and guided movement re-patterning. She works primarily with muscular tension, skeletal alignment and fascial tensegrity, but also practices joint mobilization, energy work, movement therapy, embodied anatomy, and developmental movement. Nicole integrates movement re-education within hands-on sessions. >> Schedule with Nicole
Robina has dedicated her life to studying and practicing health and wellness specifically in the areas of massage, bodywork, and yoga. She specializes in deep tissue and myofascial release and works with marathon runners, power lifters, professional athletes, advanced yoga practitioners, personal trainers, and many others in the fitness community regularly and encourages you to add regular bodywork to your wellness regimen for greater results!
Jessica is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Reiki II practitioner. She has been studying various modalities of massage since 2015. Jessica is passionate about creating a space with the right energy for clients to feel completely refreshed and at peace after each session - mind, body and soul. She works with a wide array of athletes throughout the Philadelphia region, including marathon runners, personal trainers, and Ironman triathletes, with an emphasis on myofascial release and trigger point therapy.
Ben's style is most informed by a classical Chinese perspective that disease stems from the obstruction of natural flow in the body, and that dissolving these obstructions allows for health and harmony to be restored. He studied integrative massage at the Asheville School of Massage & Yoga; apprenticed in trigger point and myofascial therapy with Cat Matlock, and apprenticed with Andrew Nugent-Head at a bustling Chinese medicine clinic. He is currently in a 3-year program in Chinese herbalism.
Clark Herman is a PA and NJ-licensed massage therapist. He graduated from the Institute of Therapeutic Massage in New Jersey in 2017 with a focus on medical technique.
He loves helping clients to create lasting changes in their physiology and their well-being. After volunteering three years on a crisis and suicide hotline, Clark decided he wanted to help heal people in pain in a more tangible way. This is how he got involved in massage. Clark is also a successful entrepreneur, running his own communications consultancy helping clients in health care and technology to effectively communicate their brand and messaging on digital platforms.