Our experienced therapists are here to provide you with many Wellness Services that will help you leave Breathe a little more "zen" than when you arrived.
Our Wellness Services are available at our Mckenzie Towne location. Easy Pay and Annual Unlimited Membership holders receive 10% off all treatments.
Acupuncture is an ancient form of Chinese medicine involving the insertion of solid filiform acupuncture needles into the skin at specific points on the body to achieve a therapeutic effect. Acupuncture is used to encourage natural healing, improve mood and energy, reduce or relieve pain and improve function of affected areas of the body. It is safe and effective and is often successfully used as an alternative to medications or even surgery. Relief is often obtained with acupuncture when traditional medical therapy has failed. Some of the ailments successfully treated with acupuncture are lower back, neck and shoulder pain, sciatica, insomnia, depression, anxiety, infertility, weight control, arthritis and sports injuries.
Functional Dry Needling is a modern approach to the use of acupuncture needles in effectively treating myofascial pain. A thin needle is used to target taut, irritable bands of muscle tissue called trigger points (or muscle “knots”). Once the trigger points are released, blood flow is increased to the muscle, tension is relieved, painful inflammatory chemicals are removed and mobility and function are restored. Dry Needling can be used to treat a variety of physical ailments including headaches, neck, low back and shoulder pain, hip and leg pain (sciatica, hamstring strains, calf tightness/spasms) and arm pain (tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, golfer’s elbow).
An integral component of your personal wellness program, massage offers therapeutic benefits according to your health history and treatment objectives to assist with rehabilitation, muscle and joint pain and relaxation. Some of our therapists' specialities include pre-natal, TMJ, deep tissue, sports, myofascial release, cranial sacral therapy and/or trigger point release. All massages are performed by Registered Massage Therapists.
Essential Oils Massage combines massage and reflexology with the use of 9 different therapeutic/medicinal grade essential oils that are applied to the feet and along the spine. The combination of these oils and the application of moist warm towels allows the oils to penetrate your body rapidly and begin their therapeutic process on a cellular level. This relaxing technique is known to increase the immune system, detoxify the body, relieve back issues and create balance and harmony in the body – physically, mentally and emotionally. This amazing treatment can be incorporated into any 60, 75 or 90 min massage for just $15 extra (only certain therapists provide this service so we need to know in advance).
Soothing heated basalt stones of varying sizes are placed on key points on your body to stimulate the flow of healing energies. They are then used for a full-body massage to deeply penetrate and loosen your muscles, gently easing tension and fatigue.
Orthopaedic Massage Therapy utilizes assessments and specific treatments (eg. deep tissue, muscle energy techniques) to help alleviate pain associated with restricted range of motion due to injuries and/or stress. It helps relax and rebalance the muscles while improving strength, increasing range of motion and reducing pain.
Our Prenatal massages are performed using a special pregnancy bolster with hollowed out areas to accommodate your growing belly and keep you comfortable. Massage during pregnancy has been proven to improve your overall mood; lower anxiety; decrease back and leg pain; improve sleep; decrease levels of the stress hormone norepinephrine; increase levels of the "feel-good" hormones serotonin and dopamine; and decrease levels of cortisol, an indicator of stress. Our Prenatal massages are performed by experienced RMTs with pregnancy massage training.
Myofascial Cupping is a safe and non-invasive technique for effective release of connective tissue or fascia, and muscle hyperirritability. Myofascial cupping is a modified version of the ancient Chinese style of cupping with the major difference being the targeting of the musculoskeletal system rather than meridian systems used by Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is effective in treating neck and back pain, repetitive strain injuries, cellulite, muscle spasms and tightness.
Reiki is a Japanese holistic approach to healing based on principles of energy medicine that provides complementary and alternative therapeutic intervention to conventional medicine. This non-invasive energy-based therapy functions as a support mechanism that stimulates the body’s own natural resources for healing. By encouraging the flow of chi through the meridian pathways for a state of deep relaxation, as well as to enhance mood, relieve tension, stress and optimize function of affected areas of the body. You are left with a greater sense of harmony on all physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. A Reiki session at the end of a yoga practice is a profound way to unwind and refresh your energy.
Thai massage is a traditional practice originating in Thailand. During Thai massage, the therapist will apply pressure to the muscles and incorporate movement leading into stretches. Relaxation combined with the energizing and invigorating effects of Thai massage help people feel mentally and physically restored.
This treatment is an amazing way to loosen the muscles and improve joint mobility while increasing flexibility. The healthy benefits of Thai massage include lowering stress, improving range of motion and boosting energy.
The treatment is performed on a traditional Thai mat on the floor, making extra room for movement.
*Thai massage is performed with clothes on. Please wear comfortable yoga attire.
We got you! Simply fill out a form and submit. We provide FREE referral letters for all massage therapy services in-studio, including deep tissue, relaxation, essential oils, prenatal, hot stone and jade stone massages, fascial stretch therapy and myofascial cupping .