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Massage & Bodywork

Massage is fundamental to holistic wellness. When performed mindfully by an experienced therapist, massage has profound benefits for the entire body: improved circulation helps to dispel trapped toxins, relieve muscle pain, and increase vitality. Our therapists offer a wide range of techniques and modalities, ensuring a treatment plan that exactly suits your body.

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Rasa® Signature Massage

50 or 80 minutes

Every massage session that we offer is custom-built to your needs and goals. Our expert staff offer a variety of modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, specific work on deep tension patterns, energy work, and much more. We strive to meet you where you are on the day that you visit and adjust our work to what your body and mind need at that moment.

Aromatherapy Massage

50 or 80 minutes

Choose from one of Rasa’s three signature aromatherapy blends to add another level of sensory bliss to your session. Aromatherapy massage also includes the caring application of hot towels and Rasa’s handcrafted penetrating foot cream.

Grounding: This deeply grounding blend is great for clearing negativity and creating a deeply relaxed, balanced state of mind. Therapeutic essential oils of Sandalwood, Vetiver, and Palo Santo.

Relaxing: This sweet and light blend is beneficial for meditation, calming, and focusing the mind. Therapeutic essential oils of Lavender, Neroli, and Sandalwood.

Uplifting: This uplifting blend gives a sense of peace and joy, amplifying energy, bliss, and light. Therapeutic essential oils of Bergamot, Mandarin, Lime, and Frankincense.

We recommend soaking and bathing before your treatment so that you can continue to enjoy the aromas of the fragrant massage oil on your skin after your session. 

Our recommended hydrotherapy circuit for aromatherapy massage treatments supports and enhances the customized work you receive: 

Before your treatment: 
Contrast bathing

After your treatment:
Step one: Targeted contrast therapy with traditional sauna and cold shower (see below). Avoid the use of soap to allow the fragrant aromatherapy oils to remain on your body.
Step two: Rest in one of our many indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces

A simple sauna followed by a shower is a wonderful adjunct to a massage. Warming up in the sauna for ten to fifteen minutes before a treatment promotes circulation and ease in the muscles, allowing deeper healing to happen in the massage—especially if you plan to receive deep or specific work. After a massage, a fifteen to twenty-minute sauna is ideal (or until you feel your body begin to sweat). After you emerge from your post-treatment sauna, rinse in a lukewarm shower. Finally, turn the shower to cold, or at least to cool, and allow the cold jets of water to shower the areas of your body your therapist worked most intensely. The contrast between heat and cold flushes the tissue, amplifies healing, and minimizes soreness.

Duet Massage

50 or 80 minutes

For guests who prefer to share massage time with a friend, family member, or partner, we offer the option of reserving one of our three duet rooms. Each of you will work with your own therapist while enjoying the experience of a shared healing space.

Our recommended hydrotherapy circuit for massage treatments supports and enhances the customized work you receive: 

Before your treatment:

Step one: Pre-treatment warm-up in pools, traditional sauna, or steam room
Step two: Cool rinse
Step three: Rest in one of our many indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces

After your treatment:

Step one: Targeted contrast therapy with traditional sauna and cold shower (see below)
Step two: Contrast bathing with hot and cold poolsStep three: Rest in one of our many indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces 

A simple sauna followed by a shower is a wonderful adjunct to a massage. Warming up in the sauna for ten to fifteen minutes before a treatment promotes circulation and ease in the muscles, allowing deeper healing to happen in the massage—especially if you plan to receive deep or specific work. After a massage, a fifteen to twenty-minute sauna is ideal (or until you feel your body begin to sweat). After you emerge from your post-treatment sauna, rinse in a lukewarm shower. Finally, turn the shower to cold, or at least to cool, and allow the cold jets of water to shower the areas of your body your therapist worked most intensely. The contrast between heat and cold flushes the tissue, amplifies healing, and minimizes soreness. 

You may also choose to take a cold plunge following the sauna. If you do, we recommend doing the sauna/shower circuit described above first, then entering the warm pool for ten minutes, and finally finishing with a full body cold plunge. The cold shower comes first: it targets specific areas of your body that received treatment during the massage and preps your system wonderfully for the full-body cold immersion. Please drink plenty of water, as always, but especially if you do this circuit.

Abhyanga Massage

50 or 80 minutes

Inspired by a foundational body treatment in Ayurveda, Abhyanga is a rhythmic warm oil massage that covers your entire body from head to toe. This deeply relaxing massage includes movements that increase blood flow, cleanse your lymphatic system, and nourish your skin with a warm, healing oil, customized to your needs. Your session will start with a short questionnaire to determine which balancing oil will benefit your whole being. The 80-minute version of this session includes focused, deep tissue massage work.
 
In traditional Ayurveda, a four-handed massage is a uniquely delightful experience. Please let us know at the time of booking if you are interested in a four-handed treatment. 

We recommend the following hydrotherapy to extend the benefits of the warming and soothing Abhyanga massage:

Before your treatment:

Step one: Warm soak
Step two: Tepid shower
Step three: Rest in one of our many indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces

After your treatment:

Step one: Steam room
Step two: Tepid rinse
Step three: Rest in one of our many indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces 

The Abhyanga is a massage that uses an abundance of healing, fragrant herbal oils. A leisurely warm soak before your treatment will help your muscles soften and unwind. Follow your soak with a refreshing tepid-cool shower. Drier hair is preferred for this treatment; towel-drying in the sauna is a relaxing and effective way to dry your hair, which brings vitality into your hair and scalp. 

After your treatment, spend at least fifteen minutes in the steam room to allow the healing oils to soak into your skin. Breathe deeply into your belly, opening your airways with the permeating warmth of the steam. Finally, follow your steam with a short tepid rinse. After this treatment—in keeping with Ayurvedic practices—it is best to keep the entire body warm.

Medical Massage

50 or 80 minutes

Medical Massage supports the healing process for a number of persistent medical issues. There are many benefits to receiving massage: it can improve symptoms, support the healing process, and alleviate pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome, shin splints, sprains and strains, tendonitis, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, piriformis syndrome, and many more.

Our recommended hydrotherapy circuit for massage treatments supports and enhances the customized work you receive: 

Before your treatment:

Step one: Pre-treatment warm-up in pools, sauna, or steam room
Step two: Cool rinse
Step three: Rest in one of our many indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces

After your treatment:

Step one: Targeted contrast therapy with traditional sauna and cold shower (see below)
Step two: Contrast bathing with hot and cold pools
Step three: Rest in one of our many indoor and outdoor relaxation spaces 

A simple sauna followed by a shower is a wonderful adjunct to a massage. Warming up in the sauna for ten to fifteen minutes before a treatment promotes circulation and ease in the muscles, allowing deeper healing to happen in the massage—especially if you plan to receive deep or specific work. After a massage, a fifteen to twenty-minute sauna is ideal (or until you feel your body begin to sweat). After you emerge from your post-treatment sauna, rinse in a lukewarm shower. Finally, turn the shower to cold, or at least to cool, and allow the cold jets of water to shower the areas of your body your therapist worked most intensely. The contrast between heat and cold flushes the tissue, amplifies healing, and minimizes soreness. 

You may also choose to take a cold plunge following the sauna. If you do, we recommend doing the sauna/shower circuit described above first, then entering the warm pool for ten minutes, and finally finishing with a full body cold plunge. The cold shower comes first: it targets specific areas of your body that received treatment during the massage and preps your system wonderfully for the full-body cold immersion. Please drink plenty of water, as always, but especially if you do this circuit.

Prenatal Massage

50 or 80 minutes

Prenatal Massage is specifically tailored toward women who are expecting. These sessions concentrate on the specific needs of the mother-to-be, as her body goes through the profound changes of pregnancy. We offer massage throughout pregnancy with special care toward pregnancy cautions in all three trimesters. 

During pregnancy, it is advisable to avoid heating the body excessively; we therefore recommend a gentle hydrotherapy circuit.

Before and/or after your treatment:
Warm soak

Reflexology

50 or 80 minutes

The practice of reflexology views the feet as areas that mirror the body. During this treatment, your therapist will stretch, apply pressure, and move your feet and lower extremities in order to affect the corresponding parts of your body in positive, healing ways. This is one of the best modalities to give your mind a vacation while your whole body receives a wonderfully healing treatment. Targeting the vital organs in this session addresses the entire body that is often missed in a traditional massage. The 80-minute reflexology sessions includes a foot bathing ritual.

To extend the benefits of your session, we recommend the following hydrotherapy circuit:

Before your session:
Traditional sauna and/or steam room

After your session:
Contrast bathing for your feet

Follow the standard contrast bathing sequence, but rather than immersing your whole body, focus on your lower legs and feet. Find a comfortable spot to sit at the edge of the warm or hot pool with your feet and lower legs immersed and spend five to seven minutes in the warm water. As your legs are in the water, gently flex, extend, and spread your toes, flex and extend your ankles, and swing your foot in and out so that you are alternating between turning the soles of your feet inward and up, and turning the pinky toe side of your foot outward and up. Do the same with the cold plunge but spend two to three minutes in the cold. You can repeat this cycle two or three times, and end with a rest period.

Therapeutic Cupping Massage

50 or 80 minutes

Therapeutic cupping with silicone cups can be used to address your specific needs within a customized massage session. This treatment can release inflammation, muscle pain, and tension, and can relieve symptoms caused by asthma and sinus issues. 

Therapeutic cupping is also available as an add-on. Please note that cupping may cause a histamine reaction that sometimes results in redness or discoloration of the skin.

We recommend the following hydrotherapy circuit to extend the benefits of your session:

Before your treatment:
Steam room

After your treatment:
Contrast bathing

Hot Stone Massage

50 or 80 minutes

Using heat-absorbing basalt stones, our hot stone massage combines elements of the earth with a grounding human touch. Through both the massage and the therapeutic use of the hot stones, this treatment deeply soothes muscles and increases circulation with the release of heat.

To extend the benefits of your session, we recommend the following hydrotherapy circuit:

Before your treatment:
Warm soak

After your treatment:
Contrast bathing

Sports Massage

50 or 80 minutes

A must for pre- or post-workout flexibility, recovery, and restoration, sports massage employs deep pressure techniques to targeted muscle groups. Sports massage can be used to warm up muscles prior to your workout or competition and to flush out post-workout toxins. Make these sessions part of your training plan by coupling them with your workouts so that you can recover faster. 

To support your athletic training and performance, we recommend the following hydrotherapy circuit along with your treatment:

Before your treatment:

Step one: Traditional sauna with movement (see below)

Step two: Cool rinse 

After your treatment:
Contrast bathing

Before your treatment, enjoy a sauna for about fifteen minutes, warming up your muscles while you breathe deeply and relax. In the sauna, try exploring gentle joint movement, such as gently rolling your neck and shoulders, flexing and extending your fingers, wrists, ankles, feet, and toes. Drink plenty of water and leave time for a short cool rinse before your treatment begins. 

After your treatment, our contrast hydrotherapy circuit will accelerate healing, decrease inflammation, increase immunity and help prevent soreness. Be sure to end with a cold plunge to release healing endorphins, flush your muscles, and speed recovery.