Services Provided:

Deep tissue ($100.00) / hour
Full body hard pressure bodywork
Stone therapy ($100.00) / hour
Hot stone bodywork
Sports bodywork ($100.00) / hour
Medium pressure full body bodywork range of motion stretching
Combination bodywork ($100.00) / hour
Experienced Body Worker choice full body bodywork I see what you need and I go from there I basically throw all the bodyworks in at once so if you need deep tissue on your shoulders and some stretching I’ll do that and I just mix it up.
Pregnancy bodywork ($60.00) / half hour
Light bodywork full body with pillows
Sea salt scrub ($100.00) / hour
Lightly bodywork sugar scrub or sea salt scrub all over your body for exfoliation purposes.
Hand and foot reflexology ($100.00) / Hour
Just your hands and your feet exclusive bodywork
Swedish ($80.00) / hour
Medium pressure bodywork, Body Work performed general-purpose system bodywork devised in Sweden, Swedish bodywork technique is to relax the entire body this is accomplished by rubbing with long gliding Strokes in the direction of blood to the heart.
Shiatsu ($80.00) / hour
It’s a form of Japanese bodywork based on idea’s in traditional Chinese medicine this is finger pressure bodywork points palm walking walking on feet and using kness and body weight lower lumbar stretch this is a floor bodywork starting face up.
Thai bodywork ($100.00) / hour
combines both physical and energetic aspects. It is a deep, full-body work progressing from the feet up, and focusing on sen or energy lines throughout the body, with the aim of clearing blockages in these lines, and thus stimulating the flow of blood and lymph throughout the body. It draws on yoga, acupressure and reflexology.
Lomilomi  ($100.00) / hour
is the traditional bodywork of Hawaii. As an indigenous practice, it varies by island and by family. The word lomilomi also is used for bodywork in Samoa and East Futuna. In Samoa, it is also known as lolomi and milimili. In East Futuna, it is also called milimili, fakasolosolo, amoamo, lusilusi, kinikini, fai’ua. The Māori call it roromi and mirimiri. In Tonga bodywork is fotofota, tolotolo, and amoamo. In Tahiti it is rumirumi. On Nanumea in Tuvalu, bodywork is known as popo, pressure application is kukumi, and heat application is tutu. Bodywork has also been documented in Tikopia in the Solomon Islands, in Rarotonga and in Pukapuka in Western Samoa.

$25 in-call fee

$50 out-call fee

(Non-refundable)