Back and neck Massage

By using Kalahari Grapeseed Oil we focus on your back, neck and shoulders with soft to firm pressure to relieve tension and stress. Be sure to let your therapist know what kind of pressure you prefer and which area on your back needs most attention.


Swedish Massage:

For our Swedish option we use the Kalahari Grapeseed oil to focus on the full body for total relaxation. Pressure ranges from soft to firm. Be sure to advise your therapist what type of pressure and focus you need on your body.


Hot Stone Massage:

Using your choice of Kalahari Oil blends & Hot Stones to relax tense muscles, Improve blood & lymph flow and overall relaxation of your soul. Soft to firm pressure massage.


Cupping Massage:

We use your choice of Kalahari oil blends and suction cups for this deep massage. Using a negative pressure to lift muscles and increase product penetration. This is a great way of getting a deep massage to relieve muscle tension.


Prenatal Massage:

Using Kalahari Grapeseed oil on mommies to be. We will perform the prenatal massage with our guest laying on her side. This is a wonderful way to relax the tense muscles and sore feet of mom to be. We will only perform this treatment after the first trimester.


Couples Massage:

Bring anybody you would like to treat to a massage. These massages are performed in our lovely couples room with the Kalahari fragranced massage candle. Be sure to advise your therapist as to which pressure and area you would like focus on.


Deep Tissue Massage:

Using your choice of Kalahari oil blends, we perform a deep massage to loosen tight muscles and knots.


Indian Head Massage:

Your sculp is one of the body parts that carry most tension. We perform this treatment with or without oil. We also include the decolote and neck for added benefits.


Foot Reflexology Massage:

This pressure point massage is performed on the feet with baby powder to avoid too much slip. As the rest of the body carries tension, you can treat your whole body by just doing reflexology on the feet as all your organs and body parts are connected. We are able to advise you where we feel knot, but cannot provide any form of diagnosis.

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