On site massages!  

Why not have a massage in a relaxing atmosphere, with aromatherapy and soft music playing?
Cranio-sacral - a hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the function of the craniosacral system. Cranio is the Latin word referring to the head, and sacral relates to the spine and tailbone. CranioSacral therapy uses very gentle, manual pressure applied to the skull, spine, and membranes to restore a proper flow to the craniosacral system which helps to relieve pain. By feeling the craniosacral rhythm, the therapist can diagnose problems that may exist in the craniosacral system.
Myofascial release - hands-on manipulation of the entire body to promote healing and relieve pain. Just as its name suggests--myofascial comes from the Latin "myo" for muscle and "fascia" for band--therapists use the technique to ease pressure in the fibrous bands of connective tissue, or fascia, that encase muscles throughout the body. Sheaths of this dense and elastic connective tissue weave about blood vessels, bones, and nerves as well, forming an intricate, 3-D web that supports your organs and joints from head to toe and acts as the body's shock absorber.
Sports - a general term for different styles of massages used to enhance performance. Generally vigorous, like Swedish massage, and often dealing with deep muscles, sports massage is also used on different parts of the body, such as legs and arms, in addition to the back, neck and sacrum. Sports massage is most commonly used to help prevent athletic injury, keep the body flexible and heal the body should injury occur
Chair Massage -this form of therapy is performed on a fully clothed client seated in a chair, generally in a corporate or business setting. Therapists use a combination of massage strokes, including Shiatsu, Swedish and deep tissue massage to alleviate temporarily the symptoms of stress and fatigue. Massages typically last five to fifteen minutes and are performed in a dimly lit, cool, quiet place, such as an unused office or empty break room.
Swedish - vigorous style of massage designed to energize the body by stimulating circulation. The client disrobed and lays facedown on a table, under a sheet, with only the area being worked on exposed. The therapist first applies oil to reduce friction, and then uses rolling, kneading and percussive strokes to manipulate and relax the soft tissues of the body. Swedish massage is used for relaxation and improved circulation.
Principles of Touch
Neuromuscular (tripoint) - are specific massage techniques that bring balance between the muscles, the skeletal system, and the nervous system. Balance within the body is important for maintaining optimum health.  Trigger Points are areas in the muscle that become irritated. When they are pressed upon they trigger referred sensations that may feel like pain, tingling, or numbness, just to name a few. If, for example, I press on a point in your neck, you may feel a referral of pain toward your head. Trigger Points may be released through this method of massage therapy to eliminate pain and discomfort elsewhere in the body.
Reflexology (ears, hands & feet) - Reflexology is a complementary, biological, integrative, blended health science, through which an exercise pressure is applied to reflex areas, formed by 7,200 nerve endings in each hand and each foot, encouraging improved instruction to each and every organ, gland and single part of the body, thus persuading the body to biologically correct, strengthen and reinforce itself.
Prana/Chi - In Pranic Healing a cure is effected by simply removing diseased energies from the patient's invisible energy body and by transferring fresh vital energy (Prana) to the affected areas with the use of the hands.  Using a scientific "no-touch" methodology, Pranic Healing can prevent, alleviate, and heal a whole spectrum of physical, emotional, and mental ailments.

I am available for house calls such as chair massages for parties or businesses!

Please contact Jim to make your appointment!
(304) 296-2607