Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy can be deep or gentle or a combination.
The booking page offers alternatives for the amount of time you wish to book, whether your primary objective is relaxation or therapeutic and the use of specific additional modalities. The intensity or depth of the work is discussed at the time of your session.

Below you will find the cost of adding additional modalities to your chosen treatment.

Hot stones add $10; Cupping add $10; Aromatherapy add $20; Moxa add $15

Breast Massage

Breast massage is a clinical and therapeutic manipulation of the breast tissue for the purpose of clearing metabolic waste and resolving breast pain. The approach and length of a session is determined by the degree, if any, of fibrosis and the size of a woman’s breasts.

Omega Lift Facial
(may be claimed under extended healthcare benefits)

The Omega Lift facial is a manual treatment employing omega oils and plant enzymes applied to the skin in rapid light continuous brushing strokes. The light brushing strokes stimulate the lymphatic system and stimulate the absorption of the constituent rich oils and enzymes, which flush the lymphatic vessels. More than simple drainage, this process breaks up intera-vessel debris and nourishes the vessels with healing oils. The effects are immediate and long lasting.

Bach Flower Therapy

Bach Flower therapy is a long standing therapy using plant energetics to address emotion stress and stress patterns. Bach Flower therapy is non invasive, non dependency forming, efficient and effective and are so safe they can be used for children and pets. Although short term applications gives relief of emotional events, ongoing therapy serves to bring our emotional responses into alignment with our best selves and our best interest. Bach Flower Therapy offers real help to heal emotional trauma.

Herbal Medicine

Herbal Medicine is an ancient practice, that varies from culture to culture. Herbs are rich in constituents that are compatible with human physiology and when properly applied are effective in supporting the bodies functions, promoting health and balance. Herbal medicine is effective in treating both acute and chronic conditions as well as promoting detoxification.


Shiatsu is a Japanese treatment based on the same meridian system as acupuncture. Like acupuncture, shiatsu is based on energetic healing but unlike acupuncture needles are not used and physical manipulation is an essential part of the treatment. Shiatsu means “thumb pressure”. However, that is a bit misleading because pressure is applied also with the elbows and knees. Traditional Shiatsu is done on a mat on the floor. The client is clothed in lose comfortable clothing. The objective is two fold, to use use direct pressure on the acupuncture points using pressure to release the musculature and to focus energetic shifts to bring balance to the systems. Shiatsu can be any level of depth, strong or mild, and may include stretches to open energetic flow through the system, to enhance the system balance. Although intermittent treatment is effective in releasing current tensions, regular therapy makes deep positive changes to the constitution and perspective.