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We offer a variety of services from licensed massage therapists who are here to look at you as an individual and care for you in a holistic and personalized way.

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Home Care

Want to continue feeling good between sessions and learn tools to help when you can't make it in for a session?

Don’t wait until your next massage appointment to take care of yourself. Find yourself stuck in the same stretching routine that’s not relieving your pain or tension? Not sure where to start? Our self care course is here to help! This series of 5 guided self care sessions will help you reduce stress and tension in your head, neck and shoulders, hips, low back and legs. Email us to learn more about our virtual self care courses.

Home Care

Massage Services

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Therapeutic Massage

30, 60, or 90 minutes

Therapeutic Massage is massage therapy that is used for therapeutic purposes: whether that is relaxation, pain relief, or injury rehab.

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Prenatal Care

30, 60, or 90 minutes

Also known as prenatal massage, is focused on relieving the stress, aches, and pains associated with the extra weight and physical changes that occur during pregnancy.

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Pediatric Care

Duration is determined case by case

Children and teenagers have stress/stresses and tensions much like adults do. Massage and bodywork can be very beneficial for helping your Little become the healthiest, happiest version of themselves possible!

Therapeutic Massage

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A Therapeutic Massage may be more intense and less comfortable, though pressure is always adjusted to meet your needs. It is especially important with Therapeutic Massage to communicate with your massage therapist if the pressure is painful or too much.

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Therapeutic Massage is massage therapy that is used for therapeutic purposes: whether that is relaxation, pain relief, or injury rehab.

Therapeutic Massage combines a variety of massage techniques, including but not limited to Swedish (relaxation) Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Acupressure, and Trigger Point Therapy. Each therapeutic massage session is customized to meet your individual needs. Since your body has it’s own unique injuries and holding patterns, why would we offer a “cookie cut” massage? At the beginning of each session, your massage therapist will discuss your goals for that day.

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Benefits of Therapeutic Massage

  • Reduce pain associated with knots, adhesions, and trigger points

  • Improved posture

  • Increased Range of Motion

  • Decreased chronic pain

  • Increased relaxation

  • Reduce the effects of stress on your body

Therapeutic Massage
  • I've never had a massage before, what should I expect?"
    Many people are nervous the first time they get a massage. Make sure to arrive to your appointment 10-15 minutes early to fill out paperwork. After you have filled out the paperwork, your massage therapist will bring you into the massage room and discuss your session goals. Your massage therapist will give you instructions on how to get ready for your particular session. Then it is simply your job to relax and let the healing begin! It is usually a good idea to wear comfortable clothes to the massage so you are relaxed before and after your session. After your session is over, make sure to take your time getting up and stay hydrated.
  • Do I have to be completely naked to receive a massage?
    Some people choose to go under the sheets without a stitch of clothing on, some people leave their underwear on, some people prefer to wear a swimsuit, sweats, or even street clothes. Never take off more clothes than you are comfortable taking off. Talk with your therapist and he or she will adjust the session to meet your needs. Be aware that some techniques can be more effective with less clothes, but there’s no reason you cannot enjoy your massage fully clothed.
  • Is it true that my massage has to hurt to be productive?
    While many of us have heard the theory “no pain, no gain,” this is not always true. Massage does not have to hurt to be productive. With some techniques, some discomfort can be expected, such as deep tissue or trigger point work. If you are wincing away from the pain, or it reaches above a 6 or 7 on a pain scale, the pressure may be too much and could possibly cause damage. If the pressure is too much, inform your massage therapist immediately and they can adjust the technique to meet your needs.
  • What can I do to keep the results of the massage for longer?
    The best things you can do to help keep the results of your massage for longer are keep hydrated, stretch/self care, and try to reduce stress. Please ask your massage therapist for stretching and self care recommendations.
  • Can I bring my children to my massage session?
    To help you get the most relaxation and rejuvenation out of your massage session, we do not recommend bringing children to your massage appointment. But we will not decline your appointment because of this. Please keep in mind that there is usually more than one massage session happening at our location at the same time.
  • Do I have to be a certain age to receive a massage?
    We encourage people from 1 to 100 to receive massage! But if you are under 18 years of age, a parent must be present and sign a consent before you can receive your massage.
  • Should I tip my massage therapist?
    Tips are never required or expected. If you believe you have received an excellent massage, a tip is appreciated. Please keep in mind, massage therapists that do not work for themselves often do not receive the full price of the massage. Bottom line, if you feel like tipping, please tip. If you do not feel it’s appropriate, don’t.
  • What if I feel ticklish during my massage?
    Some people feel uncomfortable with certain techniques and may want to giggle. If this happens, your massage therapist may want to firmer pressure or change the technique to make you more comfortable. In the event that an area is too ticklish to be worked on, please inform your massage therapist and he or she can skip that area completely. Informing your massage therapist ahead of time about sensitive areas can make your session more comfortable.
  • Can I get a massage if I am in a wheelchair?
    Of course you can! Although, if you would like to lay on the table, you will need to bring someone who can help transport you onto the table. If this is not possible or comfortable, the massage can be given while you are in your wheelchair.
  • From a male client: What if I get and erection during my massage session?
    It rarely happens, but if it does don’t panic. Sometimes this happens as a reaction of the nervous system going into relaxation mode (sometimes because of certain medications). Massage therapists know that this is a physiological reaction and will treat the situation accordingly. Usually your massage therapist will direct your attention to another area of your body, change the techniques or change the pressure. Your unintended erection, and any embarrassment will soon pass.
  • Can insurance cover the cost of my session?
    Yes! Some insurance companies offer coverage for massage therapy, but it can be a bit intimidating to find out if your provider will cover it. You can learn more about the different types of coverage for massage therapy by clicking here.

Prenatal Care

Pregnant

Pregnancy Massage is also known as prenatal massage. This session focuses on relieving the stress, aches, and pains associated with the extra weight and physical changes that occur during pregnancy.

Pillows and bolsters are used to ensure the mother-to-be is as comfortable as possible. Alternatively, there is the option to lie face-down with our specially designed BodyCushion System. Women up to 40 weeks pregnant have been able to lay face-down comfortably using this system!

Benefits of Pregnancy Massage:

  • Reduced anxiety

  • Decrease symptoms of depression

  • Relieve muscle aches and joint pains

  • Improves labor outcomes and newborn health

  • Improvement of nerve pain (including sciatic pain)

  • Reduction of swelling

  • Hormone regulation

  • Reduced headaches

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Pregnancy Massage Precautions

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Women who have recently experienced bleeding, pre-term contractions, or have any of the following conditions should speak with a health care provider prior to receiving a massage:

  • High risk pregnancy

  • Pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH)

  • Preeclampsia

  • Previous pre-term labor

  • Experiencing sever swelling, high blood pressure, or sudden, sever headaches

  • Recently gave birth

Goodbye Pregnancy Pains!

When pregnancy is not as comfortable as you would like it to be, we are here to help! Our Goodbye to Pregnancy Pain! Package is ideal for women who want to have as comfortable of a pregnancy as possible.

Contact us to see if you qualify for this specially priced package today! 218.263.1501

Prenatal

Pediatric Care

Children and teenagers have stresses and tension much like adults do. But, since children’s bodies are smaller than adult bodies, special considerations and adjustments need to be made.

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Considerations

Three things are always taken into consideration when massaging people age 0-18 years old.

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First, the child will always be asked whether they would like to receive a massage. Their answer will be respected. This is important for teaching children about healthy touch and to respect their personal boundaries.

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Second, the child should be aware of what is happening to them. Massage therapists will talk about the massage in age appropriate ways. Often times, children under the age of 12 do not know what the term “massage” means. We often use terms like “warm touch” to explain massage to kids.

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Finally, the massage will be gentle. Children have more skin receptors per square inch than adults do and can easily become over stimulated. A Therapeutic Massage, or Myofascial Release session are the most appropriate for children and teenagers.

Scheduling

We will be happy to discuss pediatric care options and help find the best approach on a case by case basis. Because each child’s needs are unique, we will determine the most appropriate session length and frequency for your child’s unique needs.

A parent or guardian must be present during the massage for anyone under the age of 18.

Parents who would like to learn more information about pediatric massage therapy can contact our office for a consultation call with a massage therapist.

Pediatric

Specialty Services

Specialty Services
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Myofascial Release

60 or 90 minutes

The John D. Barnes' Myofascial Release Approach (JBMFR) is a technique that uses gentle sustained pressure to release restrictions in the myofascial connective tissue.

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Cupping

Session add-on*

Myofascial cupping is a treatment that uses suction
to lift tissues to decompress an area.

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Biomat®

15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes

The Biomat® has helped thousands of those suffering from minor muscle and joint pain all the way to arthritis.

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Myofascial Release

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The John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release Approach (JBMFR) is an effective hands-on technique that uses gentle sustained pressure to release myofascial restrictions in the Myofascial connective tissue. Myo(muscle) fascia(connective tissue). Myofascial Release treats the body as a whole (mind and body) rather than just the area of the body that is producing symptoms or pain. Paula VanBaalen, is the therapist at Ohana Therapeutic Massage that offers JBMFR.

What conditions can JBMFR help with?

  • Reduce pain associated with knots, adhesions, and trigger points

  • Improved posture

  • Increased Range of Motion

  • Decreased chronic pain

  • Increased relaxation

  • Reduce the effects of stress on your body

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Unsure if this treatment is for you?

Apply for a complimentary Fascial Freedom Consultation to discuss your health and wellness goals!

  • I've never had a massage before, what should I expect?"
    Many people are nervous the first time they get a massage. Make sure to arrive to your appointment 10-15 minutes early to fill out paperwork. After you have filled out the paperwork, your massage therapist will bring you into the massage room and discuss your session goals. Your massage therapist will give you instructions on how to get ready for your particular session. Then it is simply your job to relax and let the healing begin! It is usually a good idea to wear comfortable clothes to the massage so you are relaxed before and after your session. After your session is over, make sure to take your time getting up and stay hydrated.
  • Do I have to be completely naked to receive a massage?
    Some people choose to go under the sheets without a stitch of clothing on, some people leave their underwear on, some people prefer to wear a swimsuit, sweats, or even street clothes. Never take off more clothes than you are comfortable taking off. Talk with your therapist and he or she will adjust the session to meet your needs. Be aware that some techniques can be more effective with less clothes, but there’s no reason you cannot enjoy your massage fully clothed.
  • Is it true that my massage has to hurt to be productive?
    While many of us have heard the theory “no pain, no gain,” this is not always true. Massage does not have to hurt to be productive. With some techniques, some discomfort can be expected, such as deep tissue or trigger point work. If you are wincing away from the pain, or it reaches above a 6 or 7 on a pain scale, the pressure may be too much and could possibly cause damage. If the pressure is too much, inform your massage therapist immediately and they can adjust the technique to meet your needs.
  • What can I do to keep the results of the massage for longer?
    The best things you can do to help keep the results of your massage for longer are keep hydrated, stretch/self care, and try to reduce stress. Please ask your massage therapist for stretching and self care recommendations.
  • Can I bring my children to my massage session?
    To help you get the most relaxation and rejuvenation out of your massage session, we do not recommend bringing children to your massage appointment. But we will not decline your appointment because of this. Please keep in mind that there is usually more than one massage session happening at our location at the same time.
  • Do I have to be a certain age to receive a massage?
    We encourage people from 1 to 100 to receive massage! But if you are under 18 years of age, a parent must be present and sign a consent before you can receive your massage.
  • Should I tip my massage therapist?
    Tips are never required or expected. If you believe you have received an excellent massage, a tip is appreciated. Please keep in mind, massage therapists that do not work for themselves often do not receive the full price of the massage. Bottom line, if you feel like tipping, please tip. If you do not feel it’s appropriate, don’t.
  • What if I feel ticklish during my massage?
    Some people feel uncomfortable with certain techniques and may want to giggle. If this happens, your massage therapist may want to firmer pressure or change the technique to make you more comfortable. In the event that an area is too ticklish to be worked on, please inform your massage therapist and he or she can skip that area completely. Informing your massage therapist ahead of time about sensitive areas can make your session more comfortable.
  • Can I get a massage if I am in a wheelchair?
    Of course you can! Although, if you would like to lay on the table, you will need to bring someone who can help transport you onto the table. If this is not possible or comfortable, the massage can be given while you are in your wheelchair.
  • From a male client: What if I get and erection during my massage session?
    It rarely happens, but if it does don’t panic. Sometimes this happens as a reaction of the nervous system going into relaxation mode (sometimes because of certain medications). Massage therapists know that this is a physiological reaction and will treat the situation accordingly. Usually your massage therapist will direct your attention to another area of your body, change the techniques or change the pressure. Your unintended erection, and any embarrassment will soon pass.
  • Can insurance cover the cost of my session?
    Yes! Some insurance companies offer coverage for massage therapy, but it can be a bit intimidating to find out if your provider will cover it. You can learn more about the different types of coverage for massage therapy by clicking here.

Myofascial Cupping

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How cupping works

When the cup is applied, it creates a suction that decompresses the myofascial tissues. This increases blood supply to the area treated. It also increases fluid movement through the area. which assists in recovery of the tissues. The cup also stretches the tissues resulting in increased range of motion.

Benefits of Myofascial Cupping

  • Helps to reduce fascial adhesions

  • Relaxes the nervous system also known as your fight or flight response

  • Relieving scar tissue

  • Increase in circulation

  • Relieves pain caused by arthritis

  • Massage Warm up

  • Beneficial for pre and post surgery

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Biomat

Biomat®

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Every day, our bodies and our minds are subjected to stress. This results in aches and pains, irritability, and fatigue. Since 1997, the Biomat® has helped thousands of those suffering from minor muscle and joint pain all the way to arthritis. The Biomat® is perfect for those looking for stress and pain relief, especially those who don't like being touched!

What to expect during your Biomat® session...

Expect to go to a deep level of relaxation and serenity. The heat generated by the Biomat® is unlike a heating pad, since it penetrates 2-4 inches in the body rather than simply heating only the superficial tissues of the body.

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Benefits of using the Biomat®

  • Temporary relief of: Minor muscle pain, minor joint pain and stiffness, joint pain associated with arthritis, muscle spasms/minor sprains, minor strains, minor muscular back pain

  • Relaxation of muscles

  • Temporary increase of local circulation

  • Promotes deep relaxation

  • Perfect for those who love to be warm!

What do I do while laying on the Biomat®?

While laying on the Biomat®, it is the perfect time to relax and meditate. For many of us, quiet time is hard to come by. The Biomat® can be the perfect solution! We invite you to take advantage of some quiet time while benefiting from the far infrared and negative ion of the Biomat®.

Learn More About Biomat® In This Document

The Biomat® has even benefited people by reducing symptoms of arthritis!

Information on Biomat® has been taken from this website

Want a Biomat® For Home Use?

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Now offering two convenient ways for you to take the benefits of the Biomat home with you!

Purchase a Biomat® Professional or Mini to get unlimited benefits at home.

~or~

 

Rent a Biomat® Mini to use at home at daily or weekend rates. Starting at $50.

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