Massage

Anew Moon offers several Healing and Releasing modalities that work great for tension, injury, and increasing circulation in the body.

* New Client special – 20% off 60 minute session or longer

*Prebooking Returning Client Special – 10% off Massage

Thai Bodywork –

60 minute – $45.00

90 min $65.00

Massage:

Cost varies depending on Therapist  

30 minute massage starting at $30

30 minute massage with student therapist $25

60 minute massage starting at $60

60 minute massage with student therapist $45

90 minute massage is $80

60 minute massage with student $75

Massage treatment with Tina Thomas

‘My name is Tinna Thomas, I am a Licensed Massage Therapist and Reiki Practitioner.  I use a variety of modalities to customize a massage that suits your specific needs.  I have experience using methods such as – Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, Structural Evaluation, Muscle Mechanics, Stretching, Range of Motion, Elder Massage, Aromatherapy and Energy Balancing using Reiki.  I am also comfortable working with abdominals, glutes, and the face/jaw. I use a very calm, patient and intuitive approach to help you experience the best possible massage.
Depending on your specific needs you can expect to feel relaxed, stress relief, pain relief/reduction, increased Range of Motion, increased flexibility.  Massage can lessen the appearance of spider veins and cellulite, also aiding in digestion. You may feel a sense of balance and lightening as well as emotional well being.
I know that by working together we can achieve great things so you can be your best self.’

THAI BODY WORK with Tim Corson

Thai Bodywork is that it uses acupressure trigger points include relieving pain, trauma, burnout, backaches, headaches, insomnia and maintaining good health through self-care. By relaxing the body and relieving stress, acupressure strengthens resistance to disease and promotes wellness. Thai Bodywork works with the whole body, incorporating principles of martial arts, yoga and excellent body mechanics. This form the ancient healing traditions of Ayurveda, yoga and Thai Buddhism, employs hands, feet, arms and legs to guide the recipient through a series of yoga postures with fluid movements, gentle pressure and stretching.

Thai Bodywork and student massage with April Hoard 

April’s first passion led her to work with the beauty of nature. With a B.S in Horticulture, April spent meany years learning  floral design, landscape design, and sustainable agriculture.  After serving in Afghanistan in ​2011, April was inspired to learn more about basic human needs to promote her own recovery from PTSD and Fibromyalgia.   This has led to a lifelong pursuit into the art of healing and natural living. She is teaching yoga and sharing  massage therapy while taking naturopathic studies.

Jessica Corson Balances on one leg doing a yoga pose