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All therapists at  The Bodywork Collaborative LLC are highly skilled and educated, taking an integrative approach to their massage. As such, treatments are charged by the time spent rather than type of massage. Therapists work one-on-one with the client to use all treatment options that best fit the client’s wants/needs.

*Exceptions to this include Prenatal, Oncology, Hot Stone, and Lymphatic Drainage

60MIN ($95)  |  90MIN ($135)   |  120MIN ($175)


Combines the following types of massage...

  • DEEP TISSUE work targets deeper layers of muscle. Used to release chronic tension and “knots”, therapists typically use slow, controlled pressure with thumbs, elbows, and forearms and very little cream or oil. Because of the sensitive nature of deep work, the therapist checks in with the client often during the treatment. Deep tissue work is often used in areas which hold tension  and stress.

  • SWEDISH is the most common massage type available today and is requested for relaxation, stress reduction, and relief from minor aches. Oil and lotion are used and long, gliding strokes along with kneading and percussion. Swedish techniques are used to relax the muscles, nervous system and calm the client, creating a deep sense of calm. 

  • POSITIONAL RELEASE/STRETCHING are two techniques used by therapists to assist the body in finding homeostasis and balance. Positional release is used to shorten the muscle, allowing the muscle to relax and release tension. Stretching brings the muscle into a position of stretch to encourage the muscle to relax and/or move easier. 

  • NEUROMUSCULAR massage therapy is a specialized form of manual massage in which digital pressure and friction are used to release areas of strain in a muscle. Strain areas are called tender or trigger points, and they tend to be the cause of ongoing muscular pain symptoms.

  • MYOFASCIAL RELEASE works specifically with the connective tissue (fascia) to relieve the tightness that causes muscle restrictions. The goal of myofascial therapy is to stretch and loosen the fascia so that it and other contiguous structures can move more freely, and the patient's motion is restored. This is achieved by kneading and gently stretching the muscles and fascia to work out knots. This bodywork technique also involves applying pressure to tight or sore areas to get them to relax.


Designed specifically to address the unique needs of the expectant person. Techniques used help with the aches, discomfort, and stress that pregnancy can create. Prenatal therapists are trained to provide a safe, relaxing treatment for the duration of pregnancy and beyond! 


Uses heated stones to deepen relaxation and promote circulation. The therapist can use a combination of stationary stones heating specific deep muscles and Swedish strokes with heated stones over most of the body.  Treatment results include deep relaxation and reduction of muscle tension.

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