Additional discounts and offers are available. For multi-session discounts and prepaid treatment plans please email, call or discuss with your practitioner about what options are available.
|Introductory Evaluation and Stretch
Your initial evaluation will consist of reviewing health history and any issues you may be experiencing. Once completed, we’ll take you through your first full body stretch session. This is your opportunity to learn about your body and how FST can benefit you!
*For first visit only, cannot be used more than once.
|Full Body Stretch
Our comprehensive full body stretch will help get you moving better from head to toe!
|Full Body Stretch w/ Trigger Point
Feeling extra tight? This session combines trigger point therapy and stretch therapy. We’ll focus on those areas that need special attention the most before stretching your whole body out to give you the most comprehensive approach we offer.
|Full Body Massage
Need to unwind but don’t need or want a stretch? Come by and enjoy a full hour relaxing massage to help you release some tension. Leave your worries at the door.
|Full Body Massage
For those times when you need that extra relaxation that an hour just doesn’t give.
|Raindrop or Hot Stone Massage
The Raindrop Technique is a method of using a combination of reflexology, aromatherapy, massage techniques, and essential oils applied on your spine and on the feet. It combines these several modalities to bring balance and transformation. It also supports body systems on a physical and emotional level.
Hot Stone Massage involves the placement of a number of heated stones to the body in various locations for the purpose of pain relief and relaxation. Hot Stone massages are primarily used to alleviate physical pain issues, however, are also used to promote emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
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** If you are currently under the care of a physician, please consult with them before beginning any treatment. In some cases, written consent may be required.