Got Pain? Let’s fix that…

Has the world’s fast pace created tension, pain and stress in your life? Are you feeling sore, tight and just not on your “A” game? A professional therapeutic massage may be just what you need. Schedule an appointment and experience a one of a kind treatment tailored specifically for you.

Today, spending extended periods of time at your computer has become the norm. This repetitive motion can move your head and shoulders into a forward position. Over time this can cause back and neck muscles to become over-stretched which then causes chest and shoulder muscles to become shortened and tight. If not treated, this can lead to significant postural damage and pain. By proactively treating yourself to regular massage, low back and neck pain, headache, carpal tunnel syndrome and other physical dysfunctions may be corrected or eliminated.

We all feel the effects of stress from work, family and playing hard. Massage can lower Cortisol (a stress hormone) levels and increase the release of serotonin and dopamine (neurotransmitters) from the brain. This response will not only make you feel calmer and more relaxed it will also strengthen your immune system making illness less likely.

Let’s work together to help your body heal and function at its very best.

—Peter Thompson

“My first therapeutic massage with Peter immediately ranked him in the “Top 3” of my lifetime experiences. We discussed my physical concerns/tolerance level, and during the massage, Peter checked to ensure everything was acceptable to me. His style incorporates Swedish & Deep Tissue using long fluid strokes, kneading, and foot reflexology. He is a remarkable body worker in addition to being a lovely, gentle soul.”

Monica S.

“I didn’t realize the world outside of just a “good” massage until I met Peter. He’s set the bar extremely high for not only personalizing specific body needs, but giving every customer an overall feeling of euphoria and wellness. There are people who specialize in the area of massage therapy, and then there is Peter Thompson.”

Chris “Ludacris” Bridges