• FAQ/Forms

    6 Feb 2017 | Uncategorized

    FAQ & Blue Skye’s Massage Clinic’s Policies Groupon Policies Please be on time for your appointments. If it is your first visit, we suggest arriving at least 10 minutes early to allow for traffic surprises, navigation issues and time to get settled before your appointment starts. Be prepared to fill out a client intake form when you arrive. If you prefer, you may download [...]

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    Gift Certificates 60 Minutes Massage $100 90 Minutes Massage $130 60 Minutes Lymphatic or Prenatal Massage $80 90 Minutes Lymphatic or Prenatal Massage $110 60 Minute Desert/Hot Stone Massage $115 90 Minute Desert/Hot Stone Massage $145

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    Healing Arts Connection Instructor   Davonna Teaches Sports Massage and Postural Integration to Relieve Pain Through Therapeutic Massage. These are continuing education classes taught to Licensed Massage Therapist and Personal Trainers.  www.alternativehealingconnection.com   “Davonna is an excellent instructor and is so giving of her experience & knowledge.  I am so [...]

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    Lymphatic Drainage Massage increases lymph flow which increases immune function. This package promotes the release of toxins from the body. Lymphatic Drainage works well to release remainder of medication from chemotherapy, reduce lymphedema and help with sinusitis/allergies suffers. This massage will also assist in decreasing inflammation and edema in your body, which will reduce pain and [...]

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    It's easy to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy, even when you're not in the therapy room. Here are some ways to incorporate facets of aromatherapy into your daily routine, and even into your lunchtime! Consider having a protein-filled lunch of 4 ounces of chicken breast mixed with salad. Make sure your salad includes at least six red and green items combined, such as cucumber, lettuce, tomatoes,[...]

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    Beyond Pain Relief, Massage is Valuable for Preventive Care Karrie Osborn This article first appeared in the Summer 2013 issue of Body Sense.Whether it is an aching back, recovery from an injury, a case of carpal tunnel syndrome, or a host of other debilitating physiological conditions, there's no doubt massage and bodywork works to relieve pain. But once your therapist has helped you tackle your[...]

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    Increase Body Awareness While Increasing Your Activity  You have to give us credit: as a culture, Americans are incredibly interested in getting fit. We invest every year in new diets, exercise programs, and supplements for weight loss and improved energy. Low-range estimates suggest that Americans spend about $2.6 billion each year on gym memberships alone. We also tend to pitch full speed [...]

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    Massage and Cancer A Viable Option? There's no doubt that cancer patients can benefit from massage therapy. In fact, bodywork can serve as a nurturing healthcare option during the stressful, doctor appointment-ridden time of oncology management. "Cancer treatment places a heavy toxin load on the body, which massage can help eliminate," says Gayle MacDonald, author of Medicine Hands: Massage [...]

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    Stone massage is a luxurious experience in which the massage therapist uses warmed, smooth stones to provide bodywork, warming muscle tissue to reduce muscle tension and stiffness, and eliciting physical healing, mental relaxation, and a spiritual connection to earth energyPhotos frequently incorrectly portray the treatment with massage clients relaxing on a towel with stones placed artfully along[...]

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