30 minute - $50
45 minute - $75
60 minute - $100
75 minute - $125
90 minute - $150
60 minute Couple's Massage - $200
90 minute Couple's Massage - $300
Add CBD oil for $10 ($20 for couples)
Optional Modalities: Add Hot Stones, Deep Tissue Massage, Prenatal, Warm Bamboo, Cupping, Sound Healing, Swedish, Reflexology, Lympatic Drainage
Full payment is required for the following conditions:
- Less than 24 hour notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment.
- No show or missed appointment.
- Late arrivals. If you are late to your appointment, treatment will still end at the scheduled time.
Please contact us if you have any issues, or do not see the availability you are looking for and we will be happy to help.
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JESI LAUDER, LMT
A 2007 graduate from The North Eastern Institute of Whole Health, Jesi is currently licensed to practice massage in Maine. She is a professional member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP).
Jesi can use sound, smell, heat, stretching, a variety of massage strokes, and the power of intention and intuition to release tension from the mind and body. Depth of pressure is dependent on the client and open communication. Techniques can be adjusted or omitted based on the client’s preference. Jesi offers cupping, reflexology, prenatal massage, lymphatic drainage, craniosacral, and chakra balancing when requested. Heat therapy includes hot stones, warm bamboo, a warmed table, and/or a weighted heat pad.
Jesi highly values quality nutrition, the impermanence of life, mindful action, equality of all beings, and being the best version of ourselves for the benefit of all.
Available Monday 8:30am-2:30pm; Wednesday 8:30am-12:30pm; and Tuesday, Thursday 3-6:30pm
DARCIE SHIPMAN, LMT
Darcie is a graduate of New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts. Her background as a spa training supervisor has given her the opportunity to work closely and train with leaders in the industry. She values educating the client about their body and careful listening to achieve the goals of each individual. She fuses clinically based, deep tissue, Thai yoga and spa therapy techniques to calm, relax and restore. By adding stretching, movement, and kneading, she provides a restorative, therapeutic treatment that aids in the body’s natural healing process and helps to reconnect the person as a whole. Those who have benefited from her work are pregnant women, athletes, chronic pain sufferers, and anyone seeking overall wellness of being. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, rock climbing, skiing, traveling, and spending time with her 2 kids.
KELSEY LILJEDAHL, LMT
Kelsey is a 2017 graduate from The New Hampshire Institute of Therapeutic Arts in Bridgton, Maine. She has 6 years of experience working in Maine and New Hampshire as a licensed massage therapist. Easing pain in clients and aiding in the healing process of the individual is rewarding work for her. Treatments can focus on certain areas of tension or can be for general relaxation. Modalities offered by Kelsey are Swedish, Neuromuscular, deep tissue, trigger point, and hot stone. Essential oils and CBD oil can be incorporated into treatments.
Available Tuesday and Thursday 9am-3pm, Friday 10-3, Sunday 11-3, and by request.
ZOE SPILLER, LMT
Zoe graduated from the New Hampshire Institute of Therapeutic Massage in 2007. For over 15 years, she has practiced therapeutic massage and energy work. She has studied a wide range of modalities including neuromuscular, myofascial, craniosacral therapy, Reflexology, Ayurvedic, Acupressure and Shiatsu, Thai massage, Lymphatic, Prenatal and Infant massage, Therapeutic Touch, and Reiki. She has vast experience with Trigger Point, Deep Tissue and Sports Massage. She also has experience with clients who are aging or recovering from illness. She combines her practice and experience with intuition to formulate a Customized Signature Session based off the clients needs, interests and outlook. Zoe strives for every session to be a time and place for the client to connect to their own divine nature to bring about their own well-being. Zoe is also busy lovingly raising her family deep in the woods “off-grid”, surrounded by mountains, trees, animals and gardens.
Available Friday 12:30-2pm, and by request.
CHRISTINE LEWIS, LMT
Christine graduated from New Hampshire Institute of Therapeutic Arts in 2003. She draws from different trainings and modalities and uses various pressure to find a balance between pain relief and relaxation, while focusing on where you need it most. Christine believes wholeheartedly that everything is connected within the body and with the mind. You will leave the session feeling less stressed, more grounded, and able to move about your day with greater ease.
Christine is also a certified health coach who is available to help you reach any of your health goals, as well as a yoga instructor.
Available by request.
BENEFITS OF MASSAGE THERAPY
- Release chronic muscular pain and tension
- Improve circulation
-Increase joint flexibility
-Reduce mental and physical fatigue and stress
-Promote faster healing of injured muscular and connective tissue
-Reduce blood pressure
-Promote better sleep
-Create an overall sense of well-being
The benefits of massage are often cumulative and best experienced after regularly scheduled treatments.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Must I be completely undressed?
With the exception of chair massage, treatments are typically performed with the client unclothed. However, it is completely up to you what you want to wear. You should undress to your level of comfort. You will be properly draped under a sheet and blanket during the entire session.
Will the practitioner be present when I undress?
No. The practitioner will leave the room while you undress, relax onto the table, and cover yourself with the provided sheet and blanket.
Will I be covered during the session?
Yes. You will be properly draped under a sheet and blanket at all times to keep you warm and comfortable. Only the area being worked on will be exposed.
What parts of my body will be massaged?
You and the practitioner will discuss the desired outcome of your session. This will determine which parts of your body require massage. A typical full body session will include work on your back, arms, legs, feet, hands, head, neck, and shoulders. You will not be touched on or near your genitals or breasts. Abdominal massage is also available upon request.
What will the massage feel like?
Sessions begin with broad, flowing strokes or slow compression and holding that will help calm your nervous system and relax exterior muscle tension. As your body becomes relaxed, pressure will gradually be increased to relieve specific areas of muscular tension. Oil is used to allow your muscles to be massaged without causing excessive friction to the skin. You should communicate immediately if you feel any discomfort so that another approach may be taken. Massage is most effective when your body is not resisting.
What time length is right for me?
A standard full body massage is one hour. A 30 minute appointment only allows time for a focused treatment, such as neck, shoulders, and back. Many people prefer a 60 to 90 minute session for optimal relaxation, but treatments can be in 15 minute increments 30-120 minutes in length.
What should I do during the session?
During the massage, focus on your breath. Without judgement or attachment, notice any thoughts or emotions that arise. Use the time to completely let go. The practitioner will either gently move you or tell you what is needed throughout the session (such as lifting your arm). It is very important to communicate if/when you'd like more or less pressure, temperature adjustment, or anything else relevant to the session. If you have any questions regarding the session, or about the particular technique you are receiving, feel free to ask the practitioner at any time.
What if I become aroused?
Massage stimulates the senses and, above all, increases circulation. It is not uncommon to experience arousal. The treatment will at no point become sexual in nature and it is best to simply let the feeling pass.
How will I feel afterward?
Most people feel very relaxed. Many experience freedom from long term aches and pains. It is not uncommon to feel soreness in areas which were previously very tense if they have been worked deeply. Drinking a lot of extra water will help improve this quickly. After an initial period of feeling slowed down, people often experience increased energy, heightened awareness, and greater productivity which can last for days.
How often should I get a massage?
Massage is recommended more frequently for acute conditions. Severe muscle tension can be most benefited by receiving massage treatment as much as 3 times per week. As symptoms improve, frequency can decrease to once per week, and then once every other week. Monthly treatments are recommended for general maintenance of tension.