SERVICES

Free Consultation

Do you have questions about whether therapeutic massage is right for you? Schedule a free consultation to talk with one of our therapists prior to setting up a therapy appointment. We’re happy to visit with you!

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Pricing

Our appointments are scheduled by timeframe. If you are looking for a specific type of massage, please see the menu below or call the office to ask questions.

 

Initial Appointment Pricing

30 Minute Massage – $35.00

60 Minute Massage – $60.00

90 Minute Massage – $85.00

120 Minute Massage – $110.00

Hot Stone Massage – $100.00

Standard Pricing

30 Minute Massage – $40.00

60 Minute Massage – $70.00

90 Minute Massage – $100.00

120 Minute Massage – $130.00

Hot Stone Massage – $115.00

Discounted Services

We offer a discount for all youth, senior, military, and service personnel.

30 Minute Massage – $35.00

60 Minute Massage – $60.00

90 Minute Massage – $85.00

120 Minute Massage – $110.00

Hot Stone Massage – $100.00

* Youth – under age 18, Senior – 65 and older

Package Pricing

We offer packages for people who prefer to buy several hours worth of massage at a time. All packages are divided into 30 minute increments so they may be used toward any 30, 60, or 90 minute service. Packages or portions of a package may be shared with family and friends.

3 Hour Package – $195.00

6 Hour Package – $381.00

10 Hour Package – $600.00

*Please note that all pre-paid services are non-refundable.

Types of Massage

You and your therapist will discuss your treatment goals. Each session will then be tailored to your specific needs. Massage techniques are often combined in order to achieve the best possible outcome. Many of these techniques are listed here:

Neuromuscular Therapy is primarily used to bring balance to the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. Soft tissue techniques are employed to align the muscle, tendon, and fascia, greatly reducing pain. Myofascial trigger points are stimulated resulting in a change in posture, and long held pain patterns are often eliminated.

Myofascial Release is a form of soft tissue therapy used to treat somatic dysfunction. Fascia, a component of tissue, provides support and protection for most structures within the human body. Releasing restrictions in the fascia increases range of motion in the joints and decreases pain throughout the body.

Deep Tissue / Sports Massage is used to treat musculoskeletal disorders and employs a dedicated set of techniques to achieve a measure of relief. Designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and connective tissue, this type of massage focuses on treating areas below the superficial layer. It is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, and are involved in heavy physical activity, as well as those who have sustained physical injury.

Trigger Point Therapy is used to treat areas of referred pain. Referred pain means that a trigger point in one muscle can create pain in another area. Unexplained pain frequently radiates from these points of local tenderness to broader areas, sometimes distant from the trigger point itself. Stimulation of these areas often results in a reduction of pain.

Swedish Massage is exceptionally beneficial in relaxing the entire body. Its primary goal is to increase the level of oxygen in the blood, decrease muscle toxins, and improve circulation and flexibility while easing tension.

CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and treating the craniosacral system comprised of the membrane and fluid that protect the brain and spinal cord. Whole body health and performance is improved as CST relieves tension deep in the tissues. In some cases, this can include the release of emotions called somato-emotional release or (SER) which may be a factor in a person’s physical pain experience. CST is increasingly used as an effective tool for a wide range of medical issues associated with pain and dysfunction.

Lymphatic Drainage is a gentle manual treatment that improves the function of the lymphatic system. It is widely recognized as a treatment for post-surgical swelling, sports injuries, migraine headaches, rheumatoid arthritis, and fibromyalgia. It is also effective for general cleansing (or detoxification) of the body.

Prenatal Massage is tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women. Pregnancy often causes additional stress and strain on the back, neck, abdominal muscles, and shoulders. Use of supportive pillows allows the therapist to adjust their techniques according to the needs of the individual.

Reflexology is a therapy that is practiced by applying pressure to the feet, hands, or ears. It is based on a view of the body as having ten reflex zones. Utilizing firm thumb pressure primarily to the feet (and sometimes to the hands and ears), the therapist stimulates these zones, facilitating optimal function of the entire body.

Geriatric Massage is designed to address the specific needs of the elderly population. This type of massage uses gentle techniques with passive and active stretching, improving balance and flexibility. Other benefits include enhanced circulation, a reduction of arthritis pain, an increase in joint mobility, and improved posture. Post massage, the elderly often report an overall improved sense of well-being.

Aromatherapy Massage utilizes essential oils during a massage session. Essential oils are derived from plant materials, and used for the purpose of effecting a person’s mood, cognitive function, and overall health. Aromatherapy often enhances the body’s ability to heal itself.

Hot Stone Massage is a massage technique that uses heated stones to relax and massage sore muscles. The stones can be used for their heat alone, or as a massage tool. Basalt rocks are often used because of their heat retention properties. Use of the stones allows heat to be distributed throughout the muscle layers, creating a relaxing, therapeutic benefit.

Specials

Advanced Therapeutic Massage runs periodic Live in Joy ATM sign specials throughout the year. If you would like to be informed about our upcoming specials, please send an email to info@wholebodywholelife.com, indicating you would like your e-mail address added to our database. Be assured that your e-mail will not be shared with anyone outside of our business.

Purchase a Gift Card

Gift Cards are available at the office, by phone at 817.379.5551, or here on our website by clicking Purchase a Gift Card. If you have questions, please call or send us an e-mail.

Request an Appointment Online

We’re happy to schedule your appointment by phone during business hours. If you prefer, submit an appointment request online.  We will then send you an email reply confirming your appointment.

New Client Intake Form

We ask all first time clients to arrive early to fill out paperwork. If you prefer, print a copy and fill out our New Client Intake Form prior to coming to your appointment and simply bring it with you. Click here to download the ATM Client Intake Form.

What conditions are helped by therapeutic massage?

Learn more and view a list of conditions on our FAQ page or give us a call with questions!

 

Call our office at 817-379-5551 or request an appointment online.