All Massage sessions are the same price regardless of the modality used. Whether Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Swedish… it doesn’t matter. We care about results, and what your body responded to the last 10 times may not be what it will respond to today. So when you sign up for a session, you don’t need to stress about picking out which kind of massage you want. Just let us know your goals for the session, and our versatile massage therapists will take it from there.
Half Massage Session - $40
Used for treatments requiring more frequency and shorter duration. Clients can expect to be in the office for approximately 30min from the appointment start time.
Standard Massage Session - $75
Ideal for simpler treatments and maintenance massage. Clients can expect to be in the office between 55min and 70min from the appointment start time.
Extended Massage Session - $105
Recommended for most treatment needs and intesive athletic prep and/or recovery. Clients can expect to be in the office between 1hr:20min and 1hr:40min from the appointment start time.
Double Massage Session - $140
Recommended for intensive treatment needs or when you just need a full re-set. Clients can expect to be in the office between 1hr:50min and 2hr:10min from the appointment start time.
TMJ Dysfunction/Migraine Session - $60
80% of TMJ Dysfunction cases are primarily muscular issues. Tension headaches are very frequently a precursor to migraines and consequently affect the frequency of migraines. Treatment for each of these is similar; moderate to severe cases tend to require more frequent visits initally, becoming less frequent as soft-tissue structures remain healthier. Clients can expect to be in the office between 40 and 50 minutes from the start of appointment time.
Assessment & Massage Sessions
All first time clients will have an initial assessment & massage session. We aim to be thorough in our evaluation and honest in our communication of treatment intentions based on information learned in the evaluation.
The history and needs of the individual discussed during the evaluation will determine the length of time needed for the initial assessment. Factors that determine the amount of time spent in the assessment could be, but are not limited to, the number of current and previous injuries needing evaluation and client goals. For example, a new massage client who is looking to continue muscle maintenance with LMMT as their new provider may take 5 mins to evaluate while an assessment for someone with years of range-of-motion (ROM) limitations or major injuries may take upwards of 20 mins to complete.
Inital Assessment & Adjustment Outline
- Soft-tissue and postural assessments
- Range-of-motion assessment
- Photos of posture (if postural goals expressed)
- Injury assessment (if applicable)
- Agreement on treatment goals
- Bodywork for remainder of time
Assessment & Massage Sessions should also be used by returning clients for new moderate to severe injuries. Upon completion of assessment sessions, the massage therapist will provide recommendations which may include future massage sessions, chiropractic care, corrective exercise & massage sessions, or outside referrals.