Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy can be more than just relaxing - It can be beneficial for your health. From treating chronic diseases and injuries to alleviating the growing tensions of our modern lifestyles. There are specific physiological and psychological changes which occur, even more so when massage is utilized as a preventative, frequent therapy and not simply luxury. Massage not only feels good, but it has the potential to cure what ails you. Our Massage therapists consult with you, and pinpoint specific areas of pain or stress. They follow with a relaxing massage that incorporates aromatherapy in with the treatment.


All of our Massage Therapists are Licensed and take yearly continuing education courses including Ethics and Professionalism.

*Notice*

We are currently not taking any new appointments for Massage Therapy starting Nov 1st 2022. We are limited on Massage Therapists and don't currently have any openings. Thank you for understanding.

Magnolia Massage Therapy

60 Minute Relaxation Massage

Full body massage incorporated with Swedish Massage into a slower, more relaxing body treatment, reducing stress and creating a calm, healthier body. (60 min)

$70

30 Minute Relaxation Massage

Relaxation incorporated with Swedish Massage into a slower, more relaxing body treatment, reducing stress and creating a calm, healthier body. Focus is on upper body. (30 min)

$50

90 Minute Relaxation Massage

Slower, Full body massage incorporated with Swedish Massage into a slower, more relaxing body treatment, reducing stress and creating a calm, healthier body. (90 min)

$99

60 Minute Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue massage helps break up adhesions and scar tissue that we feel in our muscles. These knots can inhibit our circulation and cause pain and inflammation. You may feel slightly sore afterwards and it is recommended to drink plenty of water to flush out toxins. This is great for anyone with a physically demanding job or athletes. (60 min)

$80

30 Minute Deep Tissue Massage

Deep Tissue massage helps break up adhesions and scar tissue that we feel in our muscles. These knots can inhibit our circulation and cause pain and inflammation. You may feel slightly sore afterwards and it is recommended to drink plenty of water to flush out toxins. This is great for anyone with a physically demanding job or athletes. (30 min)

$60

30 Minute Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy is hard on the body, and massage is perfect to help relieve pressure and stress on expectant mothers. This massage is available in 2nd trimester (may need a doctors note) and 3rd trimester anytime. (30 min)

$55

60 Minute Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy is hard on the body, and massage is perfect to help relieve pressure and stress on expectant mothers. This massage is available in 2nd trimester (may need a doctors note) and 3rd trimester anytime. (60 min)

$75

Hot Stone Therapy

Hot stone massage uses a combination of warmed stones and massage techniques to relax tense muscles, relieve pain and stiffness and improve circulation. (60min)

$90

"Massage has had a positive effect on every medical condition we've looked at."

- Tiffany Field Ph.D. 

Director Touch Institute - U of Miami

Frequently Asked Questions

Q : I'm Pregnant, can I still receive a massage?

A: Yes, depending on which trimester you are in. First Trimester - No, Second Trimester - Yes, (possibly with a doctors note)  Third Trimester - Yes. Massage is discouraged in the first trimester. Massage helps release toxins in your body, and the beginning of a pregnancy is a delicate time.


Q : Do you offer Couples Massages?

A: We offer massages in rooms right next to each other, and at the same time, but not in the same room. This helps you provide the most relaxing service available to you.


Q : Are your massage therapists male or female?

A: All of our spa staff are female.


Q : Am I completely covered during my massage?

A: Yes, you are covered unless they are massaging that portion of your body. Your private areas will always be covered.


Q : What do I wear during my massage?

A: Our massage therapists prefer that you remove all articles of clothing. 


Q : What is the after care for a massage?

A: Massages release toxins in the process of relaxing your muscles, so drinking plenty of water is always recommended.