More than a massage, it's an experience. Our SoulSpa signature massage is nothing short of being wrapped in a cocoon of nourishment and pampering for ultimate stress-relief and relaxation. This service melts away tension and sends you on your way feeling like a new person. Includes hot stones, hot towels, essential oils, aromatherapy, and everything we think belongs in a perfectly complete massage.
This Massage is a bit more assertive and more focused towards a specific problem, injury or diagnosis. This is geared more towards a sports massage with stretches, PNF work (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation) and other physical therapy techniques.
If you are interested in booking a couples massage, please call 775.453.6776 to request this service. It is not available for online booking do to the complexity of lining up 2 therapists's availability at the same time.
Your may add one or all to any massage service: 15 min of Reiki, deep tissue upgrade!!!
Adds an additional 15 min of Reiki to your massage.
Our talented therapists have many options to offer and a variety of different styles. A lot of our clients choose to bounce around, cycling through each therapist as a monthly massage program. You can also request a certain therapist at any time. We will always help to craft your own personally perfect massage in Reno! We encourage you to ask questions, and request specific techniques based on your desired results. Our sessions are typically a combination of modalities to meet the specific needs
Lengthening, stretching, and opening through a series of passive yoga postures combined with palming and thumb walking along the body’s energy and pressure points called meridians. These actions result in a full body treatment to relieve muscular tension, improve circulation, boost the immune system, and balance the body energetically.
A unique form of bodywork that provides the satisfaction of touch along with a profound energy-balancing experience. It is based on thousands of years of Eastern philosophy and methods of healing.
Utilize this massage pre-workout or post-workout. Integrating massage in coordination with working out can help reduce soreness, decrease inflammation, and help the oxygen flow through your muscles. This results in better recovery, repair, and growth of the muscles along with increased performance and strength.
Expectant mothers are comfortably placed in a side lying position during this treatment in order to protect baby and keep the mother comfortable. This massage is precisely catered to the many changes and sometimes discomforts that can arise during pregnancy. This is a wonderfully bonding gift for both baby and mother, targeting the importance of muscle, mind, cellular memory, and relaxation which are all especially important during pregnancy.
Melt away tension and stress with nature and heat. Warmth from the stones penetrate deeply into the superficial and deep layers helping to dissolve stubborn holding patterns. This is very effective for relieving chronic pain and muscle soreness and is the ultimate solution for deep relaxation and letting go.
Full body relaxing massage. This is performed using Swedish techniques of effleurage and petrissage moving in the direction of blood flow returning to the heart.
Myofascial release focuses on reducing pain by easing the tension and tightness in the trigger points. Trigger points occur in every muscle of the body and more in areas that contract frequently. Every muscle, bone, ligament, and organ is held together by the body's fascia. As we age and due to trauma and stress, fascia begins to become compromised and even degenerate. Massage helps to keep fascia and all connective tissue hydrated, healthy, and malleable.
A gentle hands-on manipulation of a physiological body system called the craniosacral system. This system is comprised of the soft tissue and bones of the cranium (or head), the spine, and the pelvis. Massage therapists that perform craniosacral therapy also target the membranes and cerebrospinal fluids that surround and cushion the brain and spinal cord. This technique is described as holding areas of the body and not an active massage.