Back Massage

Treatment Sessions​

Conditions Commonly Treated

Injuries, neck and shoulder pain, back pain, hip pain, joint pain, TMJ, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, stress and anxiety, fatigue, headaches, difficulty sleeping, digestive issues

What to Expect

A typical session begins with a check-in, followed by a structural assessment to see where your body is experiencing restrictions. 

The bulk of a session involves treatment with the client on a table, although seated and standing work may also be included. The structural bodywork is akin to slow deep tissue massage, with clients often prompted to engage in directed movements.

Sessions end with a post evaluation of structural and body-felt differences, and movement education to carry the effects of the structural changes into your daily life.

Before and After a Session

Prepare for the session as you would for a workout or yoga class. It is best not to eat a big meal right before or plan a strenuous activity for after a session. Your body will appreciate time to integrate the work! Drink plenty of water after each session to flush out any toxins released and to rehydrate your fascia.

What should I wear? 

Dress to your comfort level. Traditionally, Structural Integration is done with men in underwear and women in a bra and underwear to allow for direct fascial work. Shorts and tank tops can easily be worked around as well. Clothing should not restrict range of motion.

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Fees and Scheduling

Hellerwork Structural Integration

$90 for a 60 minute session

$130 for a 90 minute session

11-session series package: $950

Youth / Pediatric Hellerwork (age 15 and under)

$30 for 30 minutes, $50 for an hour

Hours

Wednesdays & Thursdays 7:45a - 5p

Fridays 9a-2p