* Relaxation: A relaxation massage is exactly what the name implies: a massage strictly for the purposes of rest and relaxation. This massage technique is not designed for therapeutic effects or for dealing with chronic pain or discomfort.
* Deep Tissue: Techniques that utilize deep-tissue/deep-muscle massage are administered to affect the sub-layer of musculature and fascia. It helps with chronic muscular pain and injury rehabilitation and reduces inflammation-related pain caused by arthritis and tendinitis.
* Neuromuscular: A neuromuscular massage targets the neurological system and the muscles related to it, addressing trigger points on the body that affect mood and neurological function.
* Sports: Sports massage is designed to enhance athletic performance and recovery. There are three contexts in which sports massage can be useful to an athlete: pre-event, post-event, and injury treatment.
* Reflexology: Based on an ancient Chinese therapy, reflexology involves manipulation of specific reflex areas in the foot, hands, and ears that correspond to other parts of the body. Sometimes referred to as zone therapy, this bodywork involves application of pressure to these reflex zones to stimulate body organs and relieve areas of congestion.
* Sugar Scrubs: Sugar scrubs are exfoliating treatments that help to soften the skin and restore a healthy glow. The technique can be used as both a facial scrub and a body scrub.
* Corporate Chair Massage: Known as seated massage, chair massage, or on-site massage, this technique involves the use of a specially designed massage chair in which the client sits comfortably.
* Spa Parties:A fun way to spend an evening. Spa parties consist of a group of friends getting together for food, drink, massages, and fun. Give your party a theme to add to the excitement.