Bodywork & Massage
Release, relax and find healing. Combining traditional massage modalities such as deep tissue, Sweedish and sports massage with Thai, yin and Reiki techniques, Jackie provides just what you need to feel relief from physical, mental and emotional stress and fatigue.
Sessions are available from the comfort of your own home, in-studio at Peace Yoga Gallery, or you can travel to Jackie's Downtown loft studio. Partnered with Axzul Body Work, you can safely put your relief in our hands to provide the best body work experience.
Your peace awaits...
Body Work Menu
60 minutes - $140
90 minutes - $190
120 minutes - $240
At-Home (travel fees apply)
60 minutes - $180
90 minutes - $220
120 minutes - $280
Couples, Partners, +1's
60 minutes - $240
90 minutes - $380
120 minutes - $480
Benefits of Bodywork
According to the Mayo Clinic, the benefits of bodywork and massage are numerous, including:
Some specific conditions that massage can help:
Soft tissue strains and injuries
For most patients, massage therapy is an important part of specific medical treatment plans to help them return to daily activities. For example, massage therapy is helpful after joint replacement surgery or injury.
Physical benefits of massage include:
Decreased muscle stiffness
Decreased joint inflammation
Better quality of sleep
Quicker recovery between workouts
Less pain and soreness
Strengthened immune response
Massage also has many mental health benefits. Even people who are focused on the physical benefits say they feel less stressed after getting a massage.
Other mental benefits include:
Lower stress levels
Increase feeling of wellness
After a massage
It's common to feel relaxed, tired or even sore after a massage. This is because your muscles are being worked by the massage therapist. After a massage, it may feel like you completed a workout. It is possible to experience a headache or nausea after a massage.
Some people think that massage must hurt to help. But a massage doesn't need to be painful to be effective.
If your massage therapist is pushing too hard, ask for lighter pressure. Occasionally you may have a sensitive spot in a muscle that feels like a knot. It's likely to be uncomfortable while your massage therapist works it out. But if it becomes painful, speak up. Most serious problems come from too much pressure during a massage.