Modalities


Bodywork Modalities Include:


$15 off your first 1 hr appointment, 10% off 5 treatment package


These options are offered outside of our office:

  • Seated massage for home, parties or office locations
  • In home massage therapy (additional $15 charge)
  • Corporate massage at your workplace


These are the Massage Modalities offered in home or at our office:


  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage: $50: 30 min  $75: 60 min

The main role of the lymph nodes is the detoxification of the body. It’s where cell and metabolic waste are stored. And by accelerating the drainage of the lymph nodes, the body is faster at releasing any build up of cellular waste. The lymph nodes hold onto pollution found in our water, air, and food. The purpose of lymphatic drainage massage is to accelerate the drainage of lymph via the liver. Symptoms that MLD can relieve:  Water retention caused by too much toxicity in the body, Feeling foggy, Sinus build-up, Digestive problems, Swelling in the body, particularly if you have swollen ankles or other joints, Post-operative work, Tension in the gut, Colds, flus, coughing, lung congestion.


  • Elder Massage: $50 for 1 hour

Massage for elders who are over age 65 and have significant health issues that require gentle massage.


  • Massage for children with Autism, ADHD or Sensory Processing Disorders:

$40: 30 min  $65: 1 hour  $75 for two 30 minute sessions per week

  (no additional fee for in home sessions)

This is offered with care and compassion in a professional setting at our office or at your home.  All sessions will have a parent present and education for massage techniques is offered.  Massage for your child will stimulate their parasympathetic nervous system and creates a "rest and digest" mode that is much needed.  Gentle, therapeutic integrative massage will help your child focus, sleep better and have more comfort in their body and mind.  These sessions are best to start with at least two 30 minute sessions per week along with some educational sessions so parents can learn to do this at home themselves.  


The following services are $75 for 1 hour:


  • Reiki

Reiki massage, or reiki therapy, is a healing technique originating in Japan that promotes simultaneous physical and spiritual healing. Reiki healing promotes stress reduction and relaxation and is administered by a reiki healer. The underlying idea of reiki healing is that a life force flows through every person, and this force can be strengthened, restored, and redirected by a careful use of the reiki practitioner’s hands.

  • Cupping

Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine in which cups are placed on the skin to create suction. Once the suction has occurred, the cups can be gently moved across the skin. The suction in the cups causes the skin and top muscle layer to be lightly drawn into the cup. Cupping is much like the inverse of massage- rather than applying pressure to muscles, it used gentle pressure to pull them upward. Suction reaches deep into soft tissue, attachments, and organs. Toxins, inflammation, blood, and lymph are then pulled to the skins surface. Health and healing are promoted by loosening soft and connective tissue, therefore visible improvements are seen in scars and adhesion's. This technique is used safely in children, adults, and the elderly. Cupping aids in lymph drainage, loosening and releasing adhesion's, move stagnation, reduce inflammation, stimulate blood flow, and calm the nervous system. 


  • Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapy addresses the craniosacral system. Parts of the system include: cerebrospinal fluid, the lining (the meningies) of the brain and spinal cord that contains cerebrospinal fluid, the boney attachments and the mechanisms that produce and reabsorb cerebrospinal fluid. The craniosacral system has a powerful influence over the nervous system as well as the endocrine and immune systems. There is also a palpable subtle rhythmic pulsation that is a characteristic of the craniosacral system. The Crainiosacral therapist searches for areas of restriction in the body that may be restricting the craniosacral system from functioning at its optimum. The therapist can access the craniosacral system by gently touching bones of the scull, the sacrum (large bone at the base of the spine) and other areas of the body.  The result of a restriction in the craniosacral system may result in anything from headache to body aches that could be anywhere in the body. The central nervous system sends messages to the muscles and organs of the body. It is important that the muscles and organs get these unrestricted messages. There are few systems in the body that have as much influence on the central nervous system as the craniosacral system- having it healthy and fully functioning can make a world of difference in your physical, emotional and spiritual health.


The following services are $65 for 1 hour:


  • Integrative Massage

Uses a combination of various techniques to achieve pain relief, relaxation and stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system, traction, passive stretching and techniques that apply to the clients health and wellness needs relating to bodywork.


  • Kinesthetic Awareness through Movement (KAM) 

KAM is a mind-body approach to movement education which helps release or rebalance physical and mental patterns. It uses a system of gentle rhythmic movement, touch, and stretching techniques to help the client to relax and let go of all tension in the body and mind.


  • Trager Method

Facilitates the release of deep-seated physical and mental patterns, resulting in deep relaxation, increased physical mobility, and mental clarity. Through gentle, non-intrusive movements within the body’s pain-free range and natural rhythm, the body’s holding patterns relax and a new learning and awareness takes place.  The quality of touch and movement is such that you experience the feeling of moving effortlessly and freely on your own. As your body and mind receive these soft movements, tensions disappear and new movement patterns become possible.  The benefits of a Trager session are cumulative, with subsequent sessions allowing for deeper and long-lasting changes.


  • Swedish

A Swedish Massage is a soothing and relaxing massage that works on all of the major muscle groups. It is often thought of as a luxury, a pampering experience. It can certainly feel that way but the benefits go far deeper than that. Like regular exercise, massage benefits all of the various systems in the body, not just one, promoting physical as well as mental well-being in a variety of ways. Swedish massage therapy is very effective at relieving anxiety and is often used to help alleviate the symptoms of stress. The pressure applied during the massage relaxes tight muscles and relieves tension. The stimulation to the skin is deeply relaxing, and it is common to feel a deeper sense of connectedness with your body during a Swedish massage. You become more aware of the muscles of your body as they are massaged, and this helps clear the mind of anxiety. Swedish massage also promotes healthy sleep, which is one more way it helps the body heal itself. This in turn can help support the healthy function of the immune system, relieve stress and support energy levels.


  • Relaxation and Therapeutic: A combination of various gentle massage modalities to suit clients health conditions.


  • Reflexology

Reflexology, also known as zone therapy, is a natural healing art that has been practiced since ancient times.  It is based on the principle that there are energy zones that run throughout the body, and reflexes in the feet and hands that correspond to all parts of the body.  When a reflex is stimulated, a positive response is triggered through the nervous system. With the application of specific pressures and techniques, the body reaches a state of total relaxation, in which natural healing can occur.  Reflexology complements any health care regimen. It is a gentle, natural hands-on approach which not only stimulates the body's self-healing abilities, but also boosts the immune system as a natural preventative. Reflexology is a natural stress-reliever and assists the body in managing pain and inflammation naturally.


  • Thai Yoga Massage

Thai massage is a form of body work that is becoming increasingly popular in the West. A traditional Thai massage incorporates an ancient combination of acupressure, energy meridian work, and yoga-like stretching for an invigorating and balancing experience. Thai massage improves circulation, flexibility, muscle tone, and is the perfect complement to any exercise routine. Thai massage is directly related to Ayurvedic principles originating in India. Like other ancient Asian techniques such as shiatsu and reflexology, and more recent Western developments such as craniosacral therapy, Thai massage is a form of therapy based on the theory of the flow of energy between specific points on the periphery of the body and the internal organs. The therapist uses a unique combination of acupressure and yoga-like stretching to relax muscles and work through tension and stress. Acupressure points are sensitive 'trigger' points that connect to musculoskeletal and organ systems throughout the body.

  • Shiatsu

Originating in Japan, Shiatsu is a point-holding form of body work that follows the principles of Eastern medicine. Pressure is applied in various ways over the body to restore balance in the physical, emotional and spiritual self. Shiatsu can be effective for addressing various health conditions, aches and pains.


  • Polarity Balancing Therapy

Polarity Therapy is a holistic method that involves balancing the flow of energy to improve and maintain a healthy way of life. Polarity therapy is based on the theory that a smooth flow of energy is necessary for good health, while disruptions in the flow caused by stress, poor nutrition, and other factors lead to energy imbalances, fatigue, and illness. Simply put, when energy is unbalanced or blocked, pain and disease arise.


$15 off your first appointment

10% off packages of 5 treatments


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Renee Simpson is a Licensed Massage Therapist (MA52569) in the State of Florida and Nationally Licensed.  
Massage office location: Renewal Day Spa of Trinity, 2330 Seven Springs Blvd, New Port Richey, FL   MM37171

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Renee Simpson, LMT
Call or text for appointment:  727-593-4087