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Swedish or Relaxation Massage

Mostly referred to when seeking massage therapy. Swedish massage is a soothing and relaxing massage. Therapist use long gliding techniques, kneading and vibrations to help break down tension and relax the body. Clients may request light to firm pressure for a Swedish massage session. Our Swedish massages are not to light and not to rough on the body. Use a session to help wide down after a long week of work or you can use them as therapy to treat some chronic pain.


  • Increase Circulation
  • Decrease Stress
  • Increase Digestion
  • Decrease Muscle Tension
  • Perfect for 1st Massage

30 Minutes 


60 Minutes


90 Minutes


120 Minutes


What To Expect During A Session


We offer 30,60,90 and 120 minutes for a swedish massage. 30 minutes would be for a quick touch up on a specific area. 60 minutes could be for a quick full body touch up or detailed or on a specific area or two. 90 minutes is good for a well balanced full body, full body with extra focus on a specific area or detailed work on a specific section. 120 minutes is used for a detailed full body massage.


Light, medium or firm pressure is used for a swedish massage. If you are looking to relax you may want light pressure. Most can still relax with medium or firm pressure if their muscle are not to tender. Some may think they need a deep tissue massage when its a firmer swedish massage could have been better.


For a swedish massage your therapist would most likely use techniques like effleurage (long gliding stroke) and petrissage (kneading, rolling and lifting of soft tissue). Therapist will often use tools like the palms of their hand, forearms and thumbs.

Customizing Your Massage

You my ask to customize your massage to benefit your current needs. First let your therapist know your areas of concern. Generally most ask for 1 or 2 areas to focus on to help their current situation. Your therapist should be able to put together a routine, letting your which area they will work on first and where they will finish.

Focusing on Areas

You may request a full body massage with extra focus on a specific area. Asking to focus on a specific area gives your therapist more time for detailed work. However when focusing more time on one area, it will leave less time for other areas during a full body session. If you have several concerns it is best to focus on those key areas or increase your session time. 

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