Stones are heated and used as an extension of your therapist's hand during the massage. The heat warms and calms sore muscles, and the stones provide deeper pressure to release tight muscles and knots.
Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese facial massage. Your therapist will use jade stones to gently massage your face, promoting lymph movement and circulation. Clients often notice a natural facelift for about 24 hours after having Gua Sha done.
Cupping is a great add-on for athletes or for clients looking to detox! Silicone cups are squeezed and placed on the skin, creating a vacuum that sucks the skin up into the cup. The cups are then moved to loosen fascia and promote circulation. The cups leave a bruise for 4-7 days, depending on the client's metabolism and liver function.
Reflexology is an ancient Chinese practice that follows accupressure points on the meridian lines of the foot. These points are linked to organs and other parts of the body, and when stimulated they can help ease pain and discomfort remotely.