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Massage Therapy

Meet our Massage Therapists

Our professionally trained massage therapists will prepare an environment that is most comfortable for you, guiding you through the massage process. For massages that involve the removal of clothing, the therapist will instruct you on what to expect before you undress. You should undress to where you feel comfortable and will be draped with a sheet, with only the area being massaged uncovered.

Donald Miles, PhD, LMT

Specialties: Craniosacral therapy, Healing-touch therapy, Myofascial release, Prenatal, Swedish, Trigger point therapy ...

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Ashley Shaw, LMT

“My gift is massage and my passion is caring for people.” Certification Missouri Board of Therapeutic Massage Cross Country Education Certification in Effective Treatments for Sciatica Specialties Swedish Deep tissue Prenatal Rain drop therapy Reflexology Migraine release Background Ashley received her certification for massage therapy from Allied College in St. Louis. She has spent the […] ...

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Kaleb Eldridge, LMT

“I feel that massage and the many modalities are one of the best sources for healing. Not only does it help healing physically, but spiritually and emotionally. I believe that I can help heal people with my hands because I was given the gift of massage.” Certification Missouri Board of Therapeutic Massage Specialties Swedish Deep […] ...

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Jessica Griswell, LMT

Certification Missouri Board of Therapeutic Massage Specialties Swedish Deep tissue Reflexology Prenatal Hot Stone Background Jessica studied Massage Therapy at Metro Business College, where she graduated in 2010. She has practiced massage in both Arkansas and Missouri. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys spending time with her daughter and working out. ...

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Chelsea Anderson, LMT

“I approach my work with presence intention to support the clients deepest healing.” Certification Prenatal Massage Specialties Swedish Prenatal Sciatica Migraine Hot Stone Deep Tissue Background Healing body, mind, and spirit one massage at a time. I am a 2012 graduate of Metro Business College Massage Therapy Certification Program in Cape Girardeau, MO. All of my […] ...

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Massage Techniques

Designed with something for everyone, massages today are not only centered on relaxation and pampering but also have many health benefits. The careful manipulation of the muscles, skin and joints helps to relieve stress and can reduce pain.

Craniosacral therapy

A manual procedure for remedying distortions in the structure and function of the craniosacral mechanism – the brain and spinal cord, the bones of the skull, the sacrum, and interconnected membranes. It is used to treat chronic pain, migraine headaches, TMJ, and a range of other conditions.

Deep Tissue

Deep Tissue massage is a technique that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas, either following or going across the fibres of the muscles, tendons and fascia.

Healing Touch therapy

Healing Touch is an “energy therapy” that uses gentle hand techniques to help re-pattern the patient’s energy field and accelerate healing of the body, mind and spirit. It is based on the belief that human beings are fields of energy that are in constant interaction with others and the environment. The goal of Healing Touch is to purposefully use the energetic interaction between the practitioner and the patient to restore harmony to the patient’s energy system.

Hot Stone

Deeply soothing and relaxing, this technique uses heated stones. Stones are a variety of shapes and sizes; black volcanic rock is often used, which absorbs and retains heat. Sanitized with each use, the stones are heated in hot water. The therapist will use Swedish massage strokes while holding the heated stones. As the stone cools, it is replaced with another heated stone. Cold stones may be used if you have inflammation or a muscle injury.

Myofascial Release

Used to treat a variety of soft tissue problems, myofascial release involves stretching of the fascia to equalize muscle tension throughout the body. Fascia is the thin tissue that covers the organs of the body. When muscles are injured, the fascia becomes tight, causing discomfort. The therapist will locate the area of tightness and apply a light stretch to the tightened area. After the tightened area relaxes, the therapist then increases the stretch. This is repeated until the area is fully relaxed.


Specifically tailored for pregnant women and their changing bodies, prenatal massage will relax tense muscles, ease sore spots and improve circulation. This technique may also decrease mental and physical fatigue. This is performed on a special cushion with hollowed out areas to make your experience as comfortable as possible.


This technique applies pressure to the feet and hand with thumb, finger and hands. The movement taps into pressure sensors that are connected to the reflex system, improving general health and relieving stress. This pressure can help release natural painkillers in the body called endorphins. This is a clothed session; only shoes and socks are removed.


The best-known and most-commonly offered massage, Swedish massage involves five different movements, including long, gliding strokes; kneading of the muscles; friction; tapping; and vibration. This technique is used to increase oxygen flow in the blood and release toxins from the muscles.

Trigger point therapy

Trigger point therapy (also known as Myotherapy or Neuromuscular Therapy) applies concentrated finger pressure to “trigger points” (painful irritated areas in muscles) to break cycles of spasm and pain.


Individual Massage: Members

  • 30 minutes: $40
  • 60 minutes: $60
  • 90 minutes: $85

Individual Massage: Nonmembers

  • 30 minutes: $45
  • 60 minutes: $70
  • 90 minutes: $100

Massage Packages: Members

  • 30 minutes: $175 for 5
  • 60 minutes: $275 for 5
  • 90 minutes: $400 for 5

Massage Packages: Nonmembers

  • 30 minutes: $200 for 5
  • 60 minutes: $325 for 5
  • 90 minutes: $475 for 5


To schedule a massage session, call 573-331-3355.