Asian Therapies

Traditional and modern Asian massage and bodywork techniques utilize the energetic pathways in the body known in China as meridians. Therapists are able to feel the energy known as chi, the life-force within the body. Some therapies include stretching and deep palming while others are extremely light, using holding techniques to calm and restore balance. Asian therapies are well suited for people with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and stress, and those experiencing symptoms of menopause.

Ashiatsu – Deep Barefoot Massage

From the Japanese words "ashi," meaning foot, and "atsu," meaning pressure, this is the ultimate deep-massage therapy. In this compression massage, the therapist uses overhead bars for balance while using the feet to bring about release and structural change in chronically sore, tight tissues. Ashiatsu stimulates the circulatory system and provides deep relaxation.  

  • $170 for 50 minutes
    $260 for 80 minutes
    $310 for 100 minutes
Muscle Melt for "Road Warriors"
Unwind completely with a treatment developed in Thailand to ease aches and pains of battle-weary warriors. Warm herbal pouches are firmly pressed into muscles to ease every inch of your body. Traditional Thai massage with lemongrass oil, combined with other massage techniques, releases any lingering tension, resulting in a calmed mind and a body that’s ready to go out and conquer the world.
 
  • $170 for 50 minutes
    $260 for 80 minutes
    $310 for 100 minutes
Shiatsu
Relax, energize, awaken. Your therapist uses thumbs, fingers and palms to stimulate the body’s energy system, applying pressure to acupoints and along meridians to balance yin and yang. Shiatsu is a deeply pleasurable whole-body tune-up. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing.
 
  • $145 for 50 minutes
    $230 for 80 minutes
    $290 for 100 minutes
Reflexology

A treat for your feet with whole-body benefits. A specially trained therapist works on reflex points in the feet using thumb pressure. These points correlate to the individual organs and parts of the body, and activating these reflexes helps improve circulation and promote relaxation. Please wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing.

  • $145 for 50 minutes
    $230 for 80 minutes
    $290 for 100 minutes
Thai Massage

Thai massage, sometimes called "yoga massage," originated in Buddhist monasteries as preventive health care for the monks. Using slow, gentle rocking movements, the therapist applies compression with thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet to stretch soft tissues and harmonize vital energies. This graceful therapy, which is given on a futon, leaves you relaxed, energized and more flexible. Please wear loose-fitting clothing.

  • $310 for 100 minutes