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South Shore Plaza:

Mon.-Sat.:10am - 9pm
Sun.:11am - 6pm

Holyoke Mall:

Mon.-Sat.:10am - 9:30pm
Sun.:11am - 6pm
Accepts Credit Cards:Yes
Parking:Street, Validated, Valet
Accepts Insurance:No
By Appointment Only:No
Wheelchair Accessible:Yes


Acupressure is an ancient healing art using the fingers and other parts of the body skillfully press key points, which stimulate the body’s natural self- curative abilities. When these trigger points are pressed, they release muscular tension, and promote circulation of blood and the body’s life force energy to aid healing is the combination of massage movements and negative pressure with the use of a suction device on the skin.


Based on the ancient Oriental meridians, this popular foot massage accesses “reflex” points on your feet that connect to every part of the body. By pressing the points on your feet, tension and stress will melt away from your entire body.

Deep Tissue Surrender

Slow, deliberate massage techniques using elbows, forearms and knuckles relieve tightness from the overuse and tension of muscles. Deep tissues are popular among athletes and frequent massage goers, who prefer a firm touch to a gentle one.


Swedish Massage is the most commonly offered and best known type of massage. It use a firm but gentle pressure to improve the circulation, ease muscle and tension, improve flexibility and create relaxation.

Sports Massage

A therapeutic technique that focuses on achieving maximum physical results through traditional massage and trigger point pressure. Ideal for enhancing athletic performance or speeding muscle recovery after exertion.

Tui Na

Tui Na or Tuina is a type of Asian bodywork which focuses on balancing the flow of energy in the body. It is one of the oldest forms of massages, dating back to at least 1700 BCE in China. It is an important aspect of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and it is used to treat a variety of conditions as well as systemic problems. Typically, Tui Na complements other TCM treatments, with many patients returning for regular treatments. After a Tui Na session, the patient usually feels energized but relaxed.