Multiple types of massage

Relax Stress Relief




Lymph Drainage

Bio Touch

Pain or Tension Treatment


Deep tissue

Trigger point


Tui Na




Enhancement add-on


Cupping / Guasha


Hot Stone / Hot Bamboo

Paraffin wax 

Face / Eye Mask




The most common type of massage! It involves soft, long, kneading strokes, as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes, on topmost layers of muscles, and combined with movement of the joints. By relieving muscle tension, can be both relaxing and energizing. 




EM is a unique, holistic style of bodywork that focuses on the whole person. A matrix of physical, psychological, energetic, and spiritual awareness united by the balm of touch. Known worldwide, is known for its healing and nurturing touch; it combines long strokes, gentle rocking and stretching, sculpting of deep musculature and the precision of acupressure. Its an upgrade to Swedish.

Lymph Drainage


A specialized consisting of gentle techniques applied to the superficial skin layers, which allows lymph fluid to enter the vessels more easily improves immune function, reduces areas of edema, and aids injury recovery/healing.

Deep Tissue


Deep Tissue Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles. It is used to break down knots and relieve pressure points throughout the body. This massage is beneficial for athletes and those who sit for long periods. 



 Thai massage employs stretching, pulling, and rocking techniques to relieve tension and enhance flexibility and range of motion, usually on a padded mat on the floor.  

Tui Na 

Tui na is a form of Chinese manipulative therapy often used in  conjunction with acupuncture, Moxibustion, fire cupping, Chinese herbalism, Tai Chi, and Qigong 


 Shiatsu is a system of finger pressure (deep point pressure) to treat various  ailments, applied along energy meridian and acupressure using thumb,  finger, or elbow to enhance the balance and flow of Qi of energy.


 Sports  massage is a form of bodywork geared toward participants in  athletics.  It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for  athletic  activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help  athletes  recover from workouts and injuries. 


Is based on Zone Therapy, which postulates that ten longitudinal zone of body end in the feet & hands. The pressure to the entire zone improves circulation, which in turn promotes relaxation.


    Trigger Point

Trigger Point Therapy is a form of Remedial Massage Therapy in which direct pressure is applied to specified points on tender muscle tissue to bring about reduction in muscle tension and pain relief. 

Cupping / Guasha therapy

 Cupping; performed by placing glass cups that suction to the skin on certain parts of the body, typically the back, and the suction causes the muscles to open up and release heat and toxins and lactic acid built up. 

It helps to stimulate circulation. 

Guasha; performed in combination with cupping. Guasha is where we use a special tool to scrape the skin while placing pressure on the muscle to help release blood stagnation and relieve tight muscles. 


Aromatherapy is a holistic, healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being. Sometimes it's called essential oil therapy. Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils medicinally to improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. 

Hot (Stone/Bamboo)

Performed with Massage. Stones (Bamboo) are heated and used with oils to sooth, warm, and massage your muscles. The heat allows your body to relax and release tension and stress. 

Paraffin Wax

 A paraffin treatment creates a sort of barrier on your skin that helps retain the oils that your body naturally produces. A wax bath can also aid in healing problems with the skin. Paraffin wax can be effective in soothing and softening and healing dry cracked skin.

Face/Eye Mask

 The face mask can help you to get clearer skin and more refined pores, Increases hydration  also bring moisture and hydration to dry and dehydrated skin types Diminishes fine lines