Can massage help you sleep better?

A wonderful and well thought out article about how getting better sleep with massage therapy. I have copied the article over but highly recommend reading it off of their site here.  ___________________________________________________ More and more people are not getting enough sleep. If you are one of them, then you know the toll that it can take on your health, your livelihood, and how you handle life’s curveballs. If that isn’t.. Read More

How to Live Strong: Dealing With a Difficult Diagnosis

This was sent to me and I wanted to post it here because it has a lot of great points. As always do your own research and feel free to ask Ashley any questions you may have.     How to Live Strong: Dealing With a Difficult Diagnosis by Jackie Waters   All of us, at some point, in some way, will receive news that will change our lives. Some.. Read More

Tipping your Massage Therapist

Should I leave my Massage Therapist a tip? A very good question but one that isn’t easily answered. Leaving a tip is a great way to show appreciation for your treatment and therapists appreciate them! However when your at a spa, clinic, chiro’s office, or studio tips are not the same. Typically in a medical setting you don’t tip right? But when it comes to massage it’s very common because.. Read More

Is sitting bad for you?

Do you work at an office sitting all day? Commute to work?

What happens to you body while you’re sitting and is it bad for you?


An informative video on what happens to you body when you sit!

Do you need suggestions on types of movement activities?

Send us a message to see if massage can help and what activity is best for you.

Let us know if you enjoyed the video or if you have any questions.

Tea for relaxation and a cozy Autumn

An article on teas to stay cozy this Autumn. Tea is an amazing way to bring you back to center, take a break from your day, and calm the mind. See any they left out? let me know! I’ll write a new article with some of the best teas they forgot.  ” Herbal tea that can calm, soothe and relax has great value in today’s often hectic world. So, select.. Read More


Fascia and Myofascial Release-   by- Alexandra Sarkuni   Massage therapists around the world practice a variety of techniques, some of them rooted within alternative medicine. Myofascial release, or MFR, is a type of osteopathic therapy that alleges to treat pain and restore skeletal muscle mobility. It achieves this by improving blood and lymphatic circulation, stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles, and relaxing contracted muscles. This is achieved through manipulation of.. Read More

History of thai massage

History of Thai Massage by- Alexandra Sarkuni Due to the existence of little factual information, the history and origins of Thai Massage, also called Nuad Bo-Rarn Thai Massage, is often a subject of much debate. Over 2,500 years ago, legends state that the founder, Shivajo Komarpaj, may well have been the Buddha’s physician. An important figure in ancient documents of that time and area, he is noted for his impressive medical.. Read More

Self massage for sore feet

This week’s trip is all about our feet! Many people struggle with pain and discomfort in their feet backslash ankles and it can interfere with their daily life. Cold rolling will not only help ease the discomfort but also helps decrease inflammation! There are many ways to roll the feet and today we will focus using a frozen water bottle. Below is a short video on how to do this.. Read More

“ window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || []; function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);} gtag('js', new Date()); gtag('config', 'UA-70819998-1'); This week's tip is all about heat and how it helps loosen tight muscles. Many people struggle with tightness in the neck and back which interfere with their daily life. Heat will not only help ease the discomfort but also helps with mood by adding some aromatherapy. I recently had a client who had neck and shoulder pain. This client's appointment wasn't for another day and needed relief fast. I recommended heat and sent over a quick video showing how to make a heating pad out of rice, cotton fabric, and tea / essential oils. This helped get through the day and is versatile enough to take on the go, all you need is a microwave. There are many ways to add heat like a hot shower or sauna and we will focus on heating pads today. Here is a video demonstrating how you can make your own. Feel free to add to your heat pack for an aromatherapy benefit. If you do not have a microwave add essential oils to your shower for a similar effect. Citrus is my favorite but oils like lavender and jasmine also help to calm. What I am using right now is a mixture of rosemary, grapefruit, and bergamot oils, helping to relax me after a day's work. Send me your pics after you make your own and let me know what aromatherapy blend is your favorite! Have questions comments or need to schedule? Send me an email! I love hearing from you. In health, Ashley”

– Heat for muscle relief

Terms, conditions, and draping policy

Terms & Conditions I adhere to the same code of ethics as  NCBTMB. As a Massage Client, it is your responsibility to: 1. Communicate your preferences, expectations and concerns; 2. Communicate complete and accurate health information and reasons for your visit; 3. Treat staff and other guests with courtesy and respect; 4. Use products, equipment and therapies as directed;   As a Massage Client, you have the right to: 1. A.. Read More