Spa and Wellness services will be offered at new location early 2018.
Adult Relaxation Salt Room
Relaxation Salt Room: (adults only) Featuring a 45-min small group
Introductory Session: $25
Single Session: $35
Series of 5: $125 ($25 per session)
Series of 10: $220 ($22 per session)
Series of 15: $300 ($20 per session)
Unlimited 3 Month: $195 per month ($6.50 per day)
Unlimited 1 Year: $125 Per Month ($4.16 per day) Includes: 1 free Infrared Sauna Session Per Month and 1 Free Guest Per Month. Add on a family member for $99 per month ($3.30 per day).
Rent the Room: Entire Relaxation Room for a 45-min Session $200
You might think you have it all down pat when it comes to relieving everyday body issues. Headache? Pop an over-the-counter pain pill. Stuffy nose? Slurp some hot soup. But what if there were one thing that could solve all those problems at once?
Halotherapy, also called salt therapy, claims to do all that and more. The treatment essentially involves sitting in a room (often referred to as a salt cave, house, or bath) filled with rock salt and inhaling salty air that’s being pumped in by a halogenerator.
While the natural-healing practice has a history rooted in Europe, with some of the earliest known salt caves in Poland, these salt-filled spaces are now popping up in spas and yoga studios. They tout benefits like curing the common cold, decreasing allergy symptoms, detoxifying the lymphatic systems, improving sleep, and alleviating some skin conditions.
Unlike table salt, which is stripped of most of its natural minerals and fortified with iodine, the Himalayan rock salt you’d find in these caves is rich in minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium, iodine, bromine, and copper. So, in theory, you absorb these minerals when you breathe the salty air.
Additionally, the negative ions in salt have been said to improve mental health conditions like depression, stress, and anxiety. These negative ions may also combat the positive ions emitted by computers, TVs, and cell phones.
Some of the conditions known to respond positively to the Salt Room:
- Bronchial/Sinus Issues
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Circulatory Issues
- Ear Infection
- Poor Concentration
- Skin Conditions (Eczema & Psoriasis)
- Sleep Disorders
- Weakens Immune System
Infrared Sauna (30 min)
Single Session: $35
Package (details to come): $25 per session
Just one infrared sauna session can produce the same cardiovascular results and calories burned as an hour of vigorous exercise, without the muscle pain or risk injury.
Infrared heat increases your blood circulation and stimulates the sweat glands, releasing built up toxins in the body. Perspiration is a natural way of expelling these toxins from the body and infrared sauna generate a sweat nearly 7 times more detoxifying then a traditional or steam sauna. Detoxification via infrared sauna therapy is commonly recommended for those suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple chemical sensitivities (also known as environmental illness), and fibromyalgia.
Pain Relief and Muscle Recovery:
The deep heat of an infrared sauna helps peripheral blood vessels dilate, Bringing relief and healing to muscle and soft tissue injuries. Increased blood circulation carries off metabolic waste products and delivers oxygen rich blood to oxygen depleted muscle, so they recover faster. Muscle are also able to relax more readily when tissues are warm, for greater flexibility and range of motion. Infrared heat relieves muscle tension. thereby helping your body to make the most of its intended healing abilities. Infrared heat reduces soreness on the nerve ending s and muscle spasms as muscle joints and fibers are heated.
Cardio Health and Weight Loss:
As you relax in the gentle infrared heat, your body is actually hard at work producing sweat, pumping blood, and burning calories. As your body increases sweat production to cool itself, your heart will work harder to pump blood at a greater rate to boost circulation. This increase in your metabolism will burn calories. According to the journal of American Medical Association, “Many of us who run do so to place demand on our cardiovascular system,….regular use of a sauna imparts a similar stress on the cardiovascular system, and its regular use may be as effective a means of cardiovascular conditioning and burning of calories as regular exerciser.
The profuse sweating achieved after just a few minutes in a sauna sheds deeply embedded impurities and dead skin cells, leaving the skin glowing and immaculately clean. Increased circulation draws your skins own natural nutrients to the surface. You will see improved tone, elasticity, texture and fresh color. Increase blood circulation also been show to relieve acne, eczema, psoriasis, burns, lesions an cuts. In addition, open wounds heal more quickly, reducing scarring.
Relaxation and Improved Sleep:
Saunas also increase serotonin, a powerful hormone associated with relaxation and sleep. Following a sauna, people show more brain waves related to deeper, more restful sleep. As soon as you take a seat or lie down in one of our IR saunas, FAR infrared waves begin to penetrate 2 to 3 inches into your body. These waves create a deep heating action, which activates the sweat glands. Sweat glands function in our body to naturally eliminate and expel waste materials and toxins. Since skin is the largest organ in the human body, the deep heating of the sweat glands allow for a deep detoxifying sweat.
The human body is comprised of 70% water molecules. FAR infrared waves cause these molecules to vibrate. This vibration reduces the ion bonds and breaks down the water molecules. These molecules often encapsulate gases and other toxic materials.
Far infrared rays have wavelength of 8-14 microns. These waves are especially good for the human body and directly cause the deep heat and the raising of an individuals core temperature from deep inside. This allows for improved blood circulation as well as recovery from fatigue. These rays consist of similar wavelengths as that which is emitted naturally by the human body. This is one reason as to why many individuals feel rejuvenated after an IR sauna session.
Today, many healthcare professionals use far infrared heaters to treat a variety of diseases throughout the world.
A Perspire Sauna Session is completely safe and produces the same far infrared heat produced by the sun. Sunlight is a combination of visible and invisible light. The seven colors of the rainbow are visible lights, the infrared rays an ultraviolet rays are invisible lights. It is the far infrared energy that is the most beneficial, penetrating the skin and increasing circulation to help rid the body of harmful toxins.
The Far Infrared heat is required for all living things for optimum health. The radiant heat from our IR sauna surrounds you and penetrates deeply into your joints, muscles and tissues, speeding oxygen flow and increasing circulation. Using our IR saunas helps to remove impurities from your cells, specifically the cells inside our fat where our body stores waste and harmful toxins such as cholesterol and heavy metals.
Regular use of our IR saunas will help provide a lifetime of healthful living.
Please refrain from wearing perfume, lotions, spray tans, or makeup as this can inhibit your skin’s ability to release toxins through sweat.
Please drink plenty of water before, during, and after your session. You are welcome to bring water into the sauna in a closed container, but please do not get water near any of the sauna’s heaters.
Sauna safety-When in doubt, please consult your Physician prior to use. Do not use if you are pregnant, have serious inflammation, a fever, or communicable disease, acute bleeding, or are intoxicated or dehydrated.
60 Minute Relaxation Massage: $75 (Package: $375 Buy 5 get the 6th free)
Slow soothing massage with different movements including effleurage, kneading, tapoletment, and stroking. Designed to get your parasympathetic system to slow down and relax.
60 Minute ports Massage: $90 (Package: $450 Buy 5 get 6th free)
Sports massage targets a wide range of muscle groups that is geared for athletes or the weekend warrior to the non-athlete. The massage is designed to help with flexibility, blood flow, increase motion and range, aid in pain management along with lowering down time
60 Minute Therapeutic Massage: $90 (Package $450 Buy 5 get the 6th free
This is a great massage to help improve the quality of life. It relieves stress, can be both stimulating or soothing, and helps to create inner balance and harmony. The therapist will apply the specific techniques and the right amount of pressure to address your need with the right amount of pressure during massage .
75 Minute Hot Stone Massage: $110 (Package: $550 Buy 5 get the 6th free)
Hot Stone therapy has been around for many years. It has even been tracked back to China, Japan and Indonesia. These smooth luxurious stones are heated to proper temperature and applied to the body using oil. You will be laying on stones, have then placed on the body as well as being massaged with these incredible stones.
60 Minute Deep Tissue Massage: $90 (Package: $50 Buy 5 get the 6th free)
Relieves over worked muscles with deeper slower pressure while chronic pain and stress seems to melt away. adjustments will be made by the therapist to make sure the pressure is not too deep or painful.
Focal Point (Head, Neck, Shoulders): 30 Minute $40
Specialized for the client on the go. This is a classic massage that only targets the areas that seem to be the most tense and stressed. We start off with mild stretching then slowly applying pressure while massaging the neck and working down the back; all while using gentile gliding elbow strokes.
Lymphatic Relaxation Massage:
Lymphatic Relaxation Massage…In the Know!
What is a lymphatic relaxation massage?
A lymphatic relaxation massage, also called manual lymph drainage is a relaxation massage
that is very light touch. It is designed to strengthen the immune system, help the body detoxify
itself in a way that is non invasive, as well as, give the body an increased opportunity to heal
itself. A lymphatic relaxation massage is light touch because you are working on the skin and
the skin only. Therefore, there is no need to massage deeply to increase the flow of the lymph
because (50%) of all lymph is directly under the skin.
Where did lymphatic relaxation massage originate?
Dr. Emil Vodder introduced Lymph Drainage massage in 1933 in Paris, France as a cosmetic
treatment to mitigate wrinkles in the face and neck and relieve swollen lymph nodes. He then
went on to work with Dr. Johannes Asdonk. Together, they established a clinic in the Black
Forest in Germany to further develop a precise manual technique for lymph drainage.
What are the benefits of lymphatic relaxation massage?
Lymphatic relaxation massage strengthens the immune system, it is detoxifying, balances
hormones, gives the body an increased opportunity to heal itself. It is non-invasive and it is very
When do clients see the benefits?
This can vary. Sometimes it is immediate and sometimes it takes several sessions to see
Who should receive these lymphatic relaxation massages?
Everyone! Well,almost everyone. There are no age restrictions, from babies to the elderly and
everyone in between. People who are currently on dialysis, have certain types of cancers,
active and open skin lesions and rashes (contagious), those with tuberculosis (TB) active or
inactive, and those with rheumatic fever, lymphatic relaxation massage is CONTRAINDICATED
Now, for those with stage IV cancer, certain types of cysts and tumors, swelling, lymphatic massage is great!
I have had cancer in the past, but, I am now cancer free, can I receive a lymphatic
Congratulations! There ARE a few restrictions. If you are cured of the cancer, then yes. If, the
cancer is in remission, then, I, personally, would not feel comfortable doing so. If you are
terminal (stage IV), then, yes. It would be considered Palliative Care. A letter from your
Oncologist is required before starting the service. Don’t let that discourage you, however, come
in for a consultation and let’s chat!
How often should I get a lymphatic relaxation massage?
It is recommended that you receive ten (10) treatments. In the first week you should receive
three (3) treatments in one week (every other day) then once (1) per week, about seven (7) until
you reach the recommended ten (10). After this, you may want to continue with what works for
you. Often clients will continue to receive them once (1) per month. If is cold and flu season,
they may choose to come more often to continue to strengthen their immune system.
What parts of the body do you massage?
Good question! Head and neck (includes part of the back) OR Full body, front and back
including the breasts, glutes, and inguinal fold.
The head and neck lymphatic can be performed in a chair fully clothed OR on a massage table
(undressed from waist up).
The full body treatment requires the client/patient to be fully undressed but, please know that
you will be covered during the service. Your therapist WILL uncover parts of your body as
he/she works on them and will drape you when he/she is finished.
This sounds great but…what is lymph and the lymphatic system?
Awesome questions! Our lymphatic system is essentially our immune system. Our first line of
defense against pathogens, bacteria, viruses and other goobly gook (official medical term for
nasties we want to keep out). It is located throughout the body, like our blood but, is thinner and
requires special “light touch” handling to get it flowing at an accelerated rate, which is what we
want. Lymphatic fluid in our body carries oxygen and nutrients to the cells and carries waste to
our excretory organs. After each massage, you will continue to drink lots of pure water to help
your body to continue to flush out the toxins or “goobly gook” . In doing so, you give your body
an increased opportunity to help it heal itself.
I have had Swedish massages and deep tissue massages and those take about an hour.
How long does a lymphatic relaxation massage take to complete? Is it the same?
Yes and no. A head and neck lymphatic relaxation massage takes about 15 minutes to
complete. A full body can take about one hour.
I think I’d like to try this but…how much does it cost?
Great! The prices for a head and neck are quite reasonable. For a full body, they are
comparable to Swedish massages.
Head and neck treatments are $25.00
Full body lymphatic relaxation massages are between $95.00 to $120.00 per service
Series pricing for ten (10) will cost between $950.00 to $1200
If you pay in full up front we can give you a savings of $100.00 so you’ll only pay
$850.00 or $1100.00