Massage – Jodi Briscoe LMT; Dave Sage LMT; Jacque King LMT
Massage is an important part of a healthy, active lifestyle. Click here to schedule your next appointment or give us a call at 331-2582.
We welcome both members and non-members to the massage table.
|Single Session Cost
|4-session Prepaid Program Cost
“No Show” Policy: If you schedule a Massage and fail to show up at the scheduled time without cancelling, you will be charged the full amount of the missed service.
Cancellation Policy: To avoid being charged for your scheduled Massage, cancellations must be made no later than the day prior to the scheduled service. “Day of” cancellations will be charged the full amount of the missed service.
Dave loves to provide the massage you want and the massage you need by listening to you and your body. Drawing from years of experience in Sports Massage, Deep Tissue, Reiki, Swedish and Medical Treatment, Dave will customize massage techniques, apply the most beneficial methods to soothe and rejuvenate your body through muscle manipulations. He truly cares about helping you improve wellness and overall health.
Dave Sage, LMT: Washington License #MA60490936
Jodi believes strongly in the natural healing abilities of the mind, body, and spirit of each person. Her goal is to enhance the lives of others by creating positive change though therapeutic touch. She uses elements of Swedish massage, deep tissue, myofascial techniques, passive stretching, and acupressure. Her intention is to achieve stress reduction, increased mobility, and relief from pain/discomfort.
Jodi Briscoe, LMT: WA License #MA60083607
Jacque listens to the client and takes in information…not only the client’s words but what the body indicates on the massage table. She understands the body inherently wants to be in a place of balance, healing, and homeostasis. Jacque integrates multiple modalities to meet your individual needs. From Deep Tissue, Swedish, Trigger Point therapy, injury treatment facilitation, reflexology, and Lomi-Lomi to pre-natal/Post-natal, geriatric centered massage. and more.
Jacque King, LMT: Washington License # MA00006192
Massage and Exercise
by Liz LeSure
As we get older, our muscles and joints become more susceptible to damage from “wear and tear,” so stretching and proper warm-up and warm-down become more important when you exercise. Regular massage is beneficial as part of your self-care program, including regular exercise with a proper warm-up and cool-down phase, choosing a low-impact version if needed, adequate gentle stretching, and drinking plenty of water.
Strenuous activity such as taking part in athletic events, or sporadic exercise without warming up, can tend to shorten the muscles and may even cause micro-tearing of muscle fibers. Massage stimulates the circulation and stretches muscle tissue, helping muscles recover faster and more completely. If you include regular massages as part of your self-care program, they can help you remain free of injuries.