Toni Hale-Tinner


Why it's important to speak up in a massage therapy session


If you want anything changed like: pressure, areas worked, position or if you are too hot or too cold … speak up! It’s your session. You will not hurt the therapist’s feelings by asking for something that will make you more comfortable. Your therapist wants this to be the best experience for you to relax and enjoy. Also, what you requested in one session may be different in another. If you had a full body massage last time you had a session, but this time you only want your back/neck/shoulders/arms worked, it’s perfectly fine to ask. You will enjoy your sessions so much more!

Toni Hale-Tinner


Red lIght & Infrared light Therapy


🚨New Service Alert!🚨

We’re excited to announce that we’re now offering Red Light and Infrared Light Therapy as an add-on (Level-Up) service! These cutting-edge therapies uses low-level light wavelengths to penetrate the skin and promote healing and rejuvenation. Some of the benefits include:

  • Improved skin tone and texture
  • Reduced inflammation and pain
  • Increased circulation
  • Enhanced muscle recovery

The therapy is nontoxic, noninvasive, and does not require the use of harsh topical substances or heat which can irritate or burn the skin.

The length of a Red Light and Infrared Light Therapy session can vary, but most applications range from 5-30 minutes. It’s generally accepted that 10 minutes is a good baseline.  It’s also widely accepted to use the therapy every day or every other day. Some people may even use the therapy several times a day

The number of Red Light and Infrared Light Therapy sessions needed to see results can vary depending on the individual and the condition being treated. For dramatic results, you will need between 6-12 sessions Some sources that you may do 2-3 times a week) to get visible results.

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