Types of Massage

Our Healing Touch Options

Bring harmony and healing into your life through our rejuvenating treatments. Offering a variety of massage modalities, LifeCycle Therapeutics Massage Therapy, LLC is committed to restoring your wellbeing through the power of touch. No matter which treatment you choose, you will feel your peace and harmony restored.


Used primarily in a full-body session, this technique promotes general relaxation, relieves muscle tension, and improves range of motion and circulation utilizing a system of long, relaxing strokes, friction and kneading techniques for wellness as well as preventative and maintenance care.

Deep Tissue

This technique that targets deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It is designed to help release chronic muscle tension using slow, deep, and specific touch.

Neuromuscular/Trigger Point Therapy

One of the most effective ways of treating chronic pain using precise application of pressure to hyper-irritable points in an overworked or injured muscle. These trigger-points often refer pain to other muscles causing dysfunction such as ischemia, nerve entrapment or compression, and postural distortion. Neuromuscular/Trigger Point Therapy techniques are used to break the pain/spasm cycle and for injury rehabilitation.


Used to prepare athletes for activity and help them recover afterwards by increasing circulation of blood and lymph and helping to remove lactic acid. It is also used to reduce muscle fatigue and to break down adhesions, thereby helping to prevent injury.

PUSH® Therapy

A specialized muscle therapy designed to treat chronic pain and tension in the soft tissue. Soft Pressure Stimulation technique is carefully and systematically applied to muscles and soft tissue, restoring blood flow and oxygen essential for muscle relaxation.

Chair/On-Site Seated

A convenient 10- to 15-minute massage therapy session. During the treatment, the client remains fully clothed and seated on a stool or specially designed massage chair, while the therapist works the muscles of the upper body including those of the neck and head. Many businesses use the on-site massage to increase employee productivity and to reduce the effects of job-related stress.

Available at YOUR business location. Cost per massage is $1/ minute for a ten to fifteen minute session. A minimum of 6 massages is required, and service must be booked at least two weeks in advance.