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Health Benefits of Massage

Research continues to show the enormous benefits of therapeutic touch. These benefits range from treating chronic diseases, neurological disorders, and injuries, to alleviating the tensions of modern lifestyles. Consequently, the medical community is actively embracing bodywork and massage as an integral part of hospice care and neonatal intensive care units. Many hospitals are also incorporating on-site massage practitioners and even spas to treat post surgery or pain patients as part of the recovery process.

Stress Relief

Massage Relieves Stress, Relaxes Muscles, Lowers Blood Pressure (due to hypertension), Encourages Relaxation, Reduces anxiety and depression associated with: Anorexia and bulimia, Job related and post traumatic stress disorders, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Loss associated with a loved one’s death, Reduces adrenal fight or flight response levels, Increases dopamine and serotonin levels to help you sleep better, Increases energy levels, Improves concentration & Helps reduce erratic behavior with Autistic children.

Pain Relief

Massage helps Manage Pain Naturally, Relieves Headaches and Migraines, Improves Rehabilitation After Injury and surgery, Eases Fibromyalgia symptoms, Improves Joint Range of Motion and Flexibility, Helps athletes prepare for and recover from, strenuous workouts, Reduces post surgery adhesion and swelling, Reduces spasms and cramping, Releases muscle tightness, Reduces trigger point formation, Diminishes aches and pains, Releases endorphins and amino acids to create natural pain killers, Exercises and stretches weak, tight, or atrophied muscles, Eases medication dependence & Reduces cramping and spasms due to menstrual symptoms.

Improves Health

Massage Strengthens The Immune System, Enhances immunity by stimulating lymph flow—the body’s natural defense system, Helps Improve the condition of the body’s largest organ—the skin, Pumps oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs, improving circulation, Increases blood circulation to the body and the organs, Promotes circulation and reduces swelling of the lymph glands, Reduces ischemia, Helps stimulate weak muscles due to atrophy, Improves overall pulmonary functions, Improves posture and helps with musculoskeletal problems, Assist with shorter, easier labor for expectant mothers and shorten maternity hospital stays, Promotes tissue regeneration helping to reduce stretch marks and scar tissue formation

Techniques

•Deep Tissue •Trigger Point •Lymphatic Drainage •Swedish •Reflexology •Hot Stone •Neuromuscular •Sports •Pre/Post Natal •Medical Massage •Myofascial Release •Aromatherapy •Therapeutic •Post Surgery •Corporate Chair

Hourly Rates

----- 60 Min - $80 ----- ----- 75 Min - $100 --------- 90 Min $120---- ***Return Clients*** 120 Min - $165

Amazing Services

Dry Brushing

$20 - Extends Massage Session. Detoxification. ... Exfoliation. ... Skin Purification. ... Cellulite Reduction. ... Improved Circulation

Infrared Sauna

$30 - 30 Minute Session. Detoxification. ... Relaxation. ... Pain Relief. ... Weight Loss. ... Improved Circulation. ... Skin Purification

Spot Treatment

$50 - 30 Min. or $65 - 45 Min. Choose the Treatment Area: Neck and Shoulders. ... Face and Head. ... Legs. ... Feet. ... Hands

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Massage Therapy Techniques

•Deep Tissue •Trigger Point •Lymphatic Drainage •Swedish •Reflexology •Hot Stone •Neuromuscular •Sports •Pre/Post Natal •Medical Massage •Myofascial Release •Aromatherapy •Therapeutic •Post Surgery •Corporate Chair

Massage Treatments

Hot Stone Treatment

Massage Plans

Pricing details may change due to massage therapy or technique requested.

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$100
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$120
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WHAT CLIENTS SAY

As a massage therapist I have the same problems like most people do when they come in for a massage-my shoulders and lower back. From time to time I barter with other massage therapists for deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy. Recently I called Margie to set up appointment. If you don't already know a massage therapist is supposed to get regular massages. I wasn't getting my regular massages and it was beginning to show a great deal. I have found that Margie is very precise and knowledgeable about deep tissue and trigger point therapy. She knows the correct and proper way to release the tension in the muscle without it tensing up. The next day after the massage the tension in my muscles were gone and I was able to go back to work as usual. Margie has a very pleasant and nurturing demeanor about her. Her private home studio is beautifully decorated. The whole experience is very relaxing as it was comfortable. If it was not for the deep tissue I would have fell asleep! I've had many massages from other therapist claiming to be a deep tissue specialist. Apparently, those therapist have never had a real deep tissue and trigger point therapy session from Margie. [Suzan Walker]

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July 28, 2011: Margie, First I have to tell you how much better I felt yesterday after the massage and today. Much more flexible and the fluid retention significantly diminished. Thanks! I really am pleased to let people know how good you are. It’s hard to find words to explain how excellent Margie’s Therapeutic Massage skills are – Miracle Worker is the first thing that comes to mind. My Therapeutic Massage Therapist of 10 years was injured last year and I planned to wait for her recovery. I truly believed I could never find anyone with her ability. She not only knew the body and had years of experience, she genuinely enjoyed helping people feel better. For years I have called her my “Healer.” After waiting 6 months (the last 3 with serious back and leg pain) I knew I had to begin the dreaded search for help. I phoned her and asked for referrals as she gave classes in the various types of massage, she knew who was good in the area. I went to the first referral (keeping several appointments) but knew instinctively after the first this woman could not help me. Since I was in a great deal of pain, I just needed to keep going, and called to make an appointment with the other referral -- Margie. As I said in the beginning – Margie is a Therapist who knew exactly what to do and is a master at it. Margie also is a “Healer” who senses what you need and works with you to return your functionality and well being. What a stroke of luck to have such a skilled, dedicated person in our area. [Mary M. Laport]

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Margie Giordano-Aronowitz LMT MMP