Massage Therapy

Techniques we offer: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thai Yoga, Hot Stone, Reflexology, Lymphatic Drainage, and Craniosacral.

Deep Tissue Massage (60 min-reg. $98): focuses on the tissue below the muscles, and it includes the basic Swedish Massage.

Reiki (60 min. $75): A Japanese form of energy work that cleanses and balances the energy system in the body. As a result, the body’s natural self healing mechanisms strengthen, helping to establish optimum health.  During a session the therapist works directly with your energy field to remove blockages, detoxify your system and restore your vital life force energy.  Reiki utilizes a gentle laying on of hands to conduct the necessary energy force.  The benefits of Reiki range from the release of habitual mental/emotional stress to alleviating chronic pain.

Thai Yoga Stretching ($95) utilizes yoga-like positions while the therapist stretches the client’s legs, arms, and back. Some compression massage is also used during treatment. The assisted stretching relieves tight muscles and improves range of motion. This type of massage works well for lower back pain and disc problems.

Aromatherapy uses Young Living Essential Oils to improve a person’s mood, improve lung, stomach, and brain function, as well as relax muscles. There is no additional charge for aromatherapy with your massage.

Hot Stone Massage ($95) uses hot stones to apply pressure and heat to certain areas of the body. The hot stones are also used to massage the muscles. They are placed on the spine, legs, chest, head, and toes. The heat deeply penetrates into the muscles for ultimate relaxation.

Reflexology/Acupressure ($75) involves applying pressure to certain areas of the body, including the feet and hands, to encourage a beneficial effect on other parts of the body. Some points on the feet and hands correspond with internal organs and the spine. By stimulating these points one can reduce pain and improve overall function of the body.

Lymphatic Drainage ($75): Manual lymph drainage massage (also called lymphatic drainage and lymph massage) is a form of very light massage that encourages lymph flow in the body. It is particularly good for detoxification, edema, pre- and post-plastic surgery and post-liposuction. It can also help with cellulite treatments, scar tissue, spider veins, redness and acne.

CrainioSacral Therapy (CST) ($75): CranioSacral therapy is non-invasive and scientifically based. It can be a very effective treatment for a wide range of common conditions such as migraines, neck and back pain, stress-related problems, orthopedic conditions and even dental problems. CST has been used on babies to help reduce colic, crying and miss-shapened skulls, as well as children with attention deficit disorders, dyslexia, autism and learning difficulties. CranioSacral Therapy is also very helpful for accident recovery, helping to gently and effectively release adhesions in the muscles, connective tissue, sacrum and cranium.

Meet our Massage Therapists

Elizabeth Hansen

Elizabeth Hansen

Elizabeth Hansen has had over 900 hours of massage training from the Saint Croix Center for the Healing Arts. She has over 9 hours of experience as a massage therapist. Her techniques include; deep tissue, reflexology, integrative massage,Thai yoga (stretching), hot stone, aromatherapy, Sports massage, prenatal, and acupressure. State Licensed.

Hours: Monday 9am-12:45pm, Every other Thursday 3:15-7pm, Every other Friday 2:15pm-6pm, every other Sunday 9am-12pm

Janelle Debold

Janelle Debold

Janelle Debold graduated from St. Paul College and has been a therapist for 3 years. She specializes in Deep Tissue, Swedish, pregnancy, lymphatic, hot stone, and trigger point. She is State Licensed and board certified.

Hours: Tuesday 9am-12:45pm, Wednesday 2pm-7pm, Every other Thursday 2pm-7pm, Every other Friday 2:15-6pm, Every other Saturday 9am-2pm, and Every other Sunday 9am-12pm

Nicole Bornmann

Nicole Bornmann

Nicole has been doing massage for over 6 years. She graduated from WITC-New Richmond. She specializes in Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage with special interest in headaches, neck and back pain.

Hours: Every other Saturday 9am-3pm, or by request

Denise Hamp

Denise Hamp

Denise Hamp comes from the Minneapolis School of Massage. She has completed 1000 hours of training. She has been a massage therapist for over 20 years. Her techniques include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Cranial Sacral, and Myofascial release therapies. Denise has worked in chiropractic clinics and has treated many difficulty conditions. State Licensed

Hours: Every other Sunday 9am-12pm

Emily Fristed

Emily Fristed

Emily Fristed received over 700 hours of massage education from Florida College of Natural Health, as well as a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. She has been a therapist for 10 years and her specialties include deep tissue, Swedish, Reiki, sports, pregnancy, infant, hot stone, and reflexology massage. She is state and nationally certified and relishes incorporating multiple massage techniques into an individualized, customized therapeutic massage experience. Emily is state licensed & certified from the International Center for Reiki Training.

Hours: Tuesday 2pm-7pm, Wednesday 9am-12:45pm, Thursday 9am-12:45pm, Friday 9 am-12:45pm, and every other Saturday 9am-12:45pm

Betsy House

Betsy House

Betsy graduated from Southeast Technical in 2009 with a diploma in massage therapy. Betsy is trained in sports massage, myofacial release, pregnancy and infant massage, cupping, Reiki and kinesiology taping. She has been a massage therapist for 7years. Betsy also graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University with her Master of the Arts degree in Acupuncture. Betsy is state licensed in acupuncture and massage.
She does massages by request only.