At Trinity Wellness Center each massage session will be tailored to individual needs. These needs will be assessed through a (health history (Intake Form) and personal discussion prior to your session. Please print out this intake form before filling it out. There are also three environments available here at Trinity. The ususal indoor therapy room table session, outdoor therapy room (weather permitting), and Eastern floor or mat session done in our upstairs studio. I would like everyone to try the different styles and find out what the different styles of massage can do for their health. Your first mat session or outdoor session will be the same cost as a regular indoor table session. After that, see prices below. You will leave feeling renewed!
(prices subject to change)
Indoor Table Work:
- 30 minute session........$35
- 45 minute session........$50
- 1 hour session.............$65
- 1.5 hour session..........$90
Eastern Mat Work: add $10 to Indoor Table Work prices above
Trinity Wellness Center is handicapped accessible and the massage table adjusts for wheelchair transfers.
At Trinity we also have wooded pathways, fields and a pond area for our clients to experience. These grounds are for established clients by appointment only. We look forward to your call!
The following are a few of the modalities that may be used in your personal session. Each session is tailored to meet your requirements that day and will include more than one modality.
Swedish Massage - consists of long, gliding and kneading strokes of varying depths. This is the most well known form of massage. Swedish Massage is a very relaxing and therapeutic style of bodywork. It combines oils or lotion with an array of strokes such as rolling, kneading, and percussion to help the body improve its circulation. The benefits of this type of bodywork are wide-ranging and include relief from aches and pains, decreased stress levels in the body, enhanced mental clarity, improved appearance, and greater flexibility. .
Myofascial Release - is a technique that releases muscle and fascial restrictions. The fascia wraps muscles and connects them throughout the body. Adhesions in fascia affect posture and can cause pain. Myofascial release is a form of soft tissue therapy intended to eliminate pain, increase range of motion, and rebalance the entire body. It does this by using massage techniques to stretch the fascia and release the bonds that exist between the fascia, muscles and bones. Fascia is the connective tissue that connects and covers all muscles, organs, and skeletal structures of the body. Direct myofascial release is sometimes known as deep tissue work. Indirect release applies light pressure and gently stretches the fascia; this allows for increased blood circulation and relief from pain.
Shiatsu- a form of acupressure that involves assessment and treatment of energy meridians. It can be very relaxing and therapeutic. Shiatsu can be performed on a mat or table in comfortable clothes. Shiatsu is a Japanese form of massage therapy. The word Shiatsu comes from two Japanese words - "shi" (finger) and "atsu" (pressure). In addition to the direct stimulation of pressure points along the energy pathways of your body, gentle stretching techniques are applied over a wider area of the body to integrate the point work and encourage the flow of Chi (energy) throughout the body. Shiatsu is a meditative healing art that honors the body, mind and spirit.
Thai Massage - can be done on a table or mat. May also be called Yoga massage. Involves muscle compression, stretching and manipulating the body to improve flexibility and energy movement; thereby increasing wellness. Oriental bodywork aims to restore and balance the flow of energy (Chi) throughout your body. There are many forms of Oriental bodywork, but they all share a common foundation in Chinese Medicine. They simply differ in their use of specific techniques to balance your energy.
Cupping - is both a European and Eastern modality. A cup is suctioned to the skin to assist with release of adhesions and increase blood flow.
Reiki - Reiki is a Japanese form of energy work that cleanses and balances the energy system in the body. As a result, the body's natural self-healing mechanisms strengthen, helping to establish optimum health. During a session, I work directly with your energy field to remove blockages, detoxify your system, and restore your vital life force energy. Reiki utilizes a gentle laying on of hands to conduct the necessary energy force between us. The benefits of Reiki range from the release of habitual mental/emotional stress to alleviating chronic pain.
Orthopedic Massage - Orthopedic massage is a style of massage therapy focused on treating painful conditions that affect the soft tissues of the body. Because orthopedic massage is designed to treat medical conditions, it requires extensive training. It involves releasing tense muscles, helping to stretch and lengthen tight muscles and tendons, and decompress rigid joints. My goal is to restore full health to the soft tissues of your body, both treating your specific conditions as well as improving your overall well-being.
Oncology Massage - There are adaptations to massage for people who have a history of cancer. Your session will take into consideration any surgical sites, treatments received, coagulation disorders, or metastases. Depending on your history, lymph edema is a serious condition that can occur soon after treatment or many years post treatment. A therapist trained in oncology massage is aware of the protocol to address lymph concerns. The massage adapts to the needs you have today. I received my training at Crouse Hospital’s Marley Education center in July of 2014.