A massage tailored to our clients' specific needs that utilizes a wide variety of techniques, including:
Prenatal / Postnatal
Trigger Point Work
Rates: $35 for 30 minutes, $55 for 60 minutes, $75 for 90 minutes, $95 for 2 hours
What is cupping therapy?
Cupping involves the application of a glass, plastic, or silicone cup that produces negative pressure, or
suction instead of the compression typical of most manual therapies. Negative pressure aids in
releasing tense, rigid muscles and fascia, drains excess fluid, detoxifies tissues, loosens, lifts, and
stretches connective tissue. Cupping brings blood to stagnant areas as well as waste to the surface,
pulling toxins and cellular debris from deeper tissues up to the skin where some is discharged through
the pores. The rest is now more accessible to the body’s lymphatic and circulatory systems to be
Some benefits of cupping therapy are:
Increased blood flow-therefore increased oxygen and nutrition-to muscles and other tissues
Decongestion of joints by draining excess fluid, opening the joint capsule, increasing ROM
Stretching and softening bound fascia, relieving pressure on sensitive structures beneath
Increased metabolism within tissues
Pain reduction and calming of the nervous system
Anyone healthy enough to receive massage can also enjoy cupping therapy. A few conditions where cupping would not be recommended are:
Broken bones or dislocations, hernias, slipped discs, those undergoing certain cancer therapies,
Pregnancy during the 1st trimester, broken or ulcerated skin, sunburn, hives, untreated cardiovascular conditions or diabetes, liver or kidney functional illness.
If you have a serious medical condition consult your doctor before receiving any manual therapies.
Cupping after-care tips:
After receiving cupping drink plenty of water! This will help your body eliminate all the toxins, cellular debris, metabolic wastes, old blood, gunk and whatever else has been pulled from your tissues and prevent your body from reabsorbing it. You want it out! For this same reason, avoid caffeine and alcohol for4-6 hours after your cupping treatment as your body already has a lot of waste to deal with. I love coffee and beer too, but your body needs water to cleanse itself!
Avoid hot temperatures (hot shower, sauna, hot tub) 4-6 hours after cupping as the therapy opens your pores and your skin may be more sensitive to temperature.
Avoid aggressive exfoliation (scrubs, loofahs, bath gloves) over the area that has been cupped for 4-6 hours as skin may be more sensitive
Rates: $65 for 60 minutes, $85 for 90 minutes, $105 for 2 hours
Packages and Savings
A client's first massage with us is $10 off
Save $25 when you buy a package of five 60-minute massages: $250
Save $70 when you buy a package of ten 60-minute massages: $480
Save $25 when you buy a package of five 90-minute massages: $350
Save $70 when you buy a package of ten 90-minute massages: $680
Meet your therapistS
Angie received 650-hours of training in Massage Therapy with a foundation in Swedish and Deep Tissue techniques, with additional exposure to Chair, Prenatal, Trigger Point, Energy Work, Cranial Sacral, Clinical, and Sports massage techniques. She's been working in the massage industry since 2008 and is the founder of Sage & Spry. She enjoys working with her clients to address their particular needs so that they leave feeling better and refreshed. Her style is nurturing, effective, and thorough. She can do both deeper more therapeutic work, as well as lighter, more relaxing work. She has also received 500-hours of training as a Wellness Coach, 450-hours as a Natural Chef, and 450-hours of Pilates training allowing her to offer a variety of wellness services to her clients' varied needs.
Molly began her career in Los Angeles , California. She completed a 900-hour program providing her the knowledge of Swedish, Deep tissue , Energy work, Thai , Shiatsu, Sports Massage & Pregnancy. She enjoys working one on one with her clients in order to cater to their specific needs. Her goal is to not only help her clients achieve physical benefits, but spiritual ones as well. Providing fluent strokes with the intention to release any internalized stress.
Jake Lemerand attended Baker College in Muskegon Michigan where he completed over 1000 credited hours of massage training and earned an Associates Degree in Health Science. His treatment foundation is built around realigning the body and relieving specific pain patterns/areas. He uses combinations of Medical/Clinical, Sport and Myofascial Therapy along with active listening to address clients specific needs. Cupping Therapy is also an important part of Jake's practice as it can be an extremely powerful tool during client sessions. Along with helping rehabilitate the body Jake offers ideas, at-home stretches and exercise to further ones long term mental and physical health expectations.