- Bath Amenities
- Complimentary Fruit
- Cucumber Water
- Eucalyptus Steam
- Free Parking
- Oka-B Sandals
- Rainhead Showers
- Resort Robes
Each professional who practices at the Massage Therapy Center owns and controls their own practice, from their schedule and pricing to the type of work they do, and how they do it. That system tends to encourage and appeal practitioners who are truly passionate about their calling, and who care about each of their clients.
At a traditional spa you’ll find a long menu of massage services, but when you book with a therapist who has chosen to practice at the Massage Therapy Center the only choice you have to make for your massage is how long you want your session to last. That’s because the professionals who practice at the Center tend to believe a single massage technique doesn’t “fit all.” If you know you like Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, Swedish, Lomi Lomi, or any other specific technique, you are welcome to ask for it when you book with your therapist.
The practitioners who practice at the Center tell us that most people come in with one or more areas they’d like worked on such as a sore back or stiff neck. Your therapist will create a massage therapy session that draws on a range of techniques, each used where it is most appropriate. The estheticians who practice at the Massage Therapy Center practice a similar philosophy and will customize your facial skin treatment session based on your individual needs.
What You Need to Enjoy Your Session
Just Bring Yourself: What should you bring to your massage or spa treatment? Just bring yourself. The therapists at the Center contract with us to provide you with everything else you need to enjoy your massage or facial.
All Massages and Skin Care Treatments Include:
- Complimentary Eucalyptus Steam
- Slate Showers With Rain Heads
- Luxurious Resort Robes, Fluffy Towels, and Oka-B Sandals
- Complimentary Apples and Lemon/Cucumber Water
- Digital Lockers
- Everything Else You Need; From Hairspray to Q-tips
- Free Underground Parking While You are At the Center
An Art and a Science
Massage is considered by many to be an art, but there’s a scientific basis for it as well. Researchers have studied the value of massage to treat everything from back pain to depression. To ensure that each treatment is customized for you, your therapist will typically take a health profile when you first arrive, and will keep a chart noting the details of each of your massage therapy sessions. The end result is a true partnership between you and your therapist or esthetician to maximize your results specifically for you—whether you come in to see your practitioner once a year or once a week.