Massage, Somatics, Rehabilitation since 2010
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Integrative Zen Massage

Integrative Zen Massage

 1.5 hours, 2 hours

$195, $250 

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What is Integrative Zen Massage?

Integrative Zen is a Tranquil Therapy signature treatment for anxiety. Not everyone is the same and people need different things to increase their quality of life. This massage does just that! Massage is an art form, if you are unsure of what you need or want a more relaxing treatment then this is the massage for you.

Combining any technique to ensure your massage is just what your body needs but is also very relaxing. A stepping stone to find what your body responds well and what you need to create a massage you won’t find anywhere else.

What can I expect from an Integrative Zen Massage?

In this session we will have at least 90 minutes to go through a full body treatment. In this treatment Ashley will use singing bowls, bells from India, chimes, and scented oils of your choosing. This session is done without conversation but you can always ask for a guided meditation.


What are the benefits of Integrative Zen Massage? 

Clients report a decrease in over all anxiety with an increase sense of relaxation. Each session is made for your needs in that moment.

Feel relaxed, light weight, comfortable in your skin, and have a better understanding on what is going on with your body. This massage will not only tell you what you need for future sessions but what you need to do at home to prolong your treatment. Feel more confident in your ability to take care of yourself and an over all increase of their wellbeing. As always massage should never hurt, if you are experiencing pain of any kind please let your therapist know.




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This was great! Totally smoothed out the knots/fixed the misalignment or muscle pain (or however that’s said in massage lingo…). Would definitely recommend! Thanks so much!

-Rebecca 2017

You are welcome!

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