Bend Oregon Massage

Bend Oregon Massage

Massage & Reiki in Bend Rates:

  • Massage   30 Minutes        $48.00

  • Massage  60 Minutes       $95.00

  • Massage  75 Minutes          $108.00

  • Massage 90 Minutes          $125.00

  • Reiki one hour    $98

  • Acutonics/Acupressure  60 Minutes     $85.00

  • Hot Stone Massage  60 Minutes          $108.00

  • Tibetan Gong Bath $89.

    Cupping Treatment Add-On      $33.00

  • Personalized Aromatherapy with Take-Home Spritzer     $33.00

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Acupressure

A traditional Chinese medicine technique using pressure applied by thumbs, elbows or hands to acupuncture points. Can release tension, open energy meridians, and treat systemic imbalances such as migraines, insomnia, and immune deficiency. Results include improved vitality and overall health benefits.

Acutonics

A system of vibrational sound healing rooted in Oriental medicine that uses tuning forks, Tibetan bowls, gongs, and rattles. Can be applied while client is fully clothed and can easily be combined with Acupressure and Reiki.

Cranio-Sacral

Founded by William Sutherland, DO, who believed if a practitioner listened deeply to the cranial system, it would teach exactly what to do. It works with cranial fluid tides to balance the body and promote healing. Particularly effective for all manner of head injuries, whiplash, headaches, TMJ Syndrome, and back injuries.

Cupping

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) technique that uses a glass cup to create localized suction, increasing blood flow to an area to promote healing. It is particularly effective in areas of deep tension or knots (often shoulders). Cupping can release the armor of tension.  Certain cupping spots can cure the common cold.  Cupping detoxifies. It has shown that 10 minutes of cupping equals an hour of deep tissue massage.

Deep Tissue

Using deeper pressure, friction, and Myofascial techniques, a deep tissue massage can break up layers of fascia, release tension spots, and reduce adhesions. Deep tissue can give you a "hurts so good" feeling, but you should never experience real pain during a massage. It's important to tell your therapist if you experience any pain or soreness outside your comfort level.

Foot Reflexology

Reflexology is applied pressure to the feet, based on a system of zones and reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet with the belief that reflex points will effect a physical change in the corresponding part of the body. For example, if you had sinus congestion, it may be relieved by pressure to the sinus reflex of the foot.

Hawaiian Loku Lomi

Lomi in Hawaiian means to weave. Lomi Lomi is a traditional Hawaiian massage taught by Kahunas, which focuses on fluid, weaving like movements across the body, using forearms, elbows, and knuckles. It is a sacred system of healing that incorporates the ideas of Ho'oponopono. Loku Lomi is a deeper tissue variety of Lomi Lomi.

Hot Stone Massage

First the back is warmed with steamy, hot towels. Then heated agate stones (which were collected from sacred Native Northwest beaches) are placed along the spine, hands, feet, and legs. This warms and soothes muscles and gives the body a deep sense of heat. Complete full body massage follows to further relax warmed muscles.

Native American Healing Systems

This is a tradition of healing techniques that includes Smudging, clearing energy, purification, release, and opening energy centers to promote health and well being.

Onsite Massage

We can bring massage to you at your home or office. Either table or chair massage available. Additional set-up fees apply.

Oriental Medicine / Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)

A broad system of healing that dates back more than 3,000 years, using specific techniques of massage, acupressure, cupping, tuina, and moxibustion to balance the body and promote health.

Prenatal Massage

Side-lying massage for mothers-to-be, a wonderful way to take care of yourself during pregnancy and to connect with your baby-to-be. Benefits include reduced back pain (including treatment of Sciatica), reduced swelling, reduced anxiety, improved circulation, and better sleep. Studies have shown that women who had regular prenatal massage had improved labor outcomes, better birth weights, fewer newborn health issues, and less postpartum depression.

Shiatsu

Japanese style of massage where traditionally the client is clothed, on a mat on the floor. Shiatsu can also be incorporated into table massage, using elbows, thumbs, and knuckles to release tension and loosen muscles.

Sports Massage

Special massage techniques designed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance before, during, and after sports events.

Swedish

Refers to most basic massage techniques, including effleurage (gliding stroke), petrissage (kneading), friction (deep tissue, cross fiber) and tapotement (rhythmic tapping).

Treatment

Massage is beneficial in treatment of injuries and for recuperating after surgery. This massage may be focused on achieving a goal, for instance improving walking ability after hip replacement surgery, so the focus may be on one area, yet you will still feel relaxed while improving the focal area.

Tuina

An Oriental medicine technique that incorporates Taoist principles to bring the body into homeostasis. Techniques include pushing down the spine; rapid, rhythmic pressing; kneading; dragging; and acupressure. It is so rejuvenating, I recommend it after illness or injury.

  • Acupressure A traditional Chinese medicine technique using pressure applied by thumbs, elbows or hands to acupuncture points. Can release tension, open energy meridians, and treat systemic imbalances such as migraines, insomnia, and immune deficiency. Results include improved vitality and overall health benefits. Acutonics A system of vibrational sound healing rooted in Oriental medicine that uses tuning forks, Tibetan bowls, gongs, and rattles. Can be applied while client is fully clothed and can easily be combined with Acupressure and Reiki. Cranio-Sacral Founded by William Sutherland, DO, who believed if a practitioner listened deeply to the cranial system, it would teach exactly what to do. It works with cranial fluid tides to balance the body and promote healing. Particularly effective for all manner of head injuries, whiplash, headaches, TMJ Syndrome, and back injuries. Cupping Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) technique that uses a glass cup to create localized suction, increasing blood flow to an area to promote healing. It is particularly effective in areas of deep tension or knots (often shoulders). Cupping can release the armor of tension. Certain cupping spots can cure the common cold. Cupping detoxifies. It has shown that 10 minutes of cupping equals an hour of deep tissue massage. Deep Tissue Using deeper pressure, friction, and Myofascial techniques, a deep tissue massage can break up layers of fascia, release tension spots, and reduce adhesions. Deep tissue can give you a "hurts so good" feeling, but you should never experience real pain during a massage. It's important to tell your therapist if you experience any pain or soreness outside your comfort level. Foot Reflexology Reflexology is applied pressure to the feet, based on a system of zones and reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet with the belief that reflex points will effect a physical change in the corresponding part of the body. For example, if you had sinus congestion, it may be relieved by pressure to the sinus reflex of the foot. Hawaiian Loku Lomi Lomi in Hawaiian means to weave. Lomi Lomi is a traditional Hawaiian massage taught by Kahunas, which focuses on fluid, weaving like movements across the body, using forearms, elbows, and knuckles. It is a sacred system of healing that incorporates the ideas of Ho'oponopono. Loku Lomi is a deeper tissue variety of Lomi Lomi. Hot Stone Massage First the back is warmed with steamy, hot towels. Then heated agate stones (which were collected from sacred Native Northwest beaches) are placed along the spine, hands, feet, and legs. This warms and soothes muscles and gives the body a deep sense of heat. Complete full body massage follows to further relax warmed muscles. Native American Healing Systems (Shamanism) This is a tradition of healing techniques that includes Smudging, clearing energy, purification, release, and opening energy centers to promote health and well being. Onsite Massage We can bring massage to you at your home or office. Either table or chair massage available. Additional set-up fees apply. Oriental Medicine / Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) A broad system of healing that dates back more than 3,000 years, using specific techniques of massage, acupressure, cupping, tuina, and moxibustion to balance the body and promote health. Prenatal Massage Side-lying massage for mothers-to-be, a wonderful way to take care of yourself during pregnancy and to connect with your baby-to-be. Benefits include reduced back pain (including treatment of Sciatica), reduced swelling, reduced anxiety, improved circulation, and better sleep. Studies have shown that women who had regular prenatal massage had improved labor outcomes, better birth weights, fewer newborn health issues, and less postpartum depression. Shiatsu Japanese style of massage where traditionally the client is clothed, on a mat on the floor. Shiatsu can also be incorporated into table massage, using elbows, thumbs, and knuckles to release tension and loosen muscles. Sports Massage Special massage techniques designed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance before, during, and after sports events. Swedish Refers to most basic massage techniques, including effleurage (gliding stroke), petrissage (kneading), friction (deep tissue, cross fiber) and tapotement (rhythmic tapping). Treatment Massage is beneficial in treatment of injuries and for recuperating after surgery. This massage may be focused on achieving a goal, for instance improving walking ability after hip replacement surgery, so the focus may be on one area, yet you will still feel relaxed while improving the focal area. Trigger Point Massage deep trigger point releases of tight spots, knots and areas of tension Tuina An Oriental medicine technique that incorporates Taoist principles to bring the body into homeostasis. Techniques include pushing down the spine; rapid, rhythmic pressing; kneading; dragging; and acupressure. It is so rejuvenating, I recommend it after illness or injury.