Fees and Insurance

Session Fees

Massage Therapy–30 minutes $60
Massage Therapy–45 minutes $85
Massage Therapy–60 minutes $100
Massage Therapy–75 minutes $120
Massage Therapy–90 minutes $145
LaStone Therapy–75 minutes $145
LaStone Therapy–90 minutes $160
Surcharge for some hot stones added to a massage $20
Packages: Special package prices are available for massages with Rita, Darla, Lynne, Maggie, Bonnie, and Christina.  These must be used within six months of the date of purchase.
Four 60-minute massages $95 each $380
Four 75-minute massages $110 each $440
Four 90-minute massages $135 each $540

 

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Gift Certificates: Online gift certificates, which expire one year from the date of purchase, are available for the above services but not for discounted packages.

Fees are subject to change without notice.
We reserve the right to charge for appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice.

Money-Saving Tips

Refer a friend or family member.* When they come to see us, we will send you a thank-you note with a $10 referral discount to be used at your next visit. A gift certificate purchased for a new client counts as a referral when the recipient comes in to redeem it.

Use your Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account to recover what you spend with us and realize a substantial discount (which will vary depending upon your tax bracket). Your insurance company may require a physician referral for this (ours does).

Purchase a package for the services of Rita, Lynne, Maggie, or Bonnie* These therapists offer a discount for packages of four sessions purchased in advance. Packages may be shared. They must be used within six months.

*This discount may not be combined with other discounts.

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Insurance

Except for automobile accident insurance, insurance rarely covers massage therapy, even when it is ordered by a physician. However, some of our clients have flexible spending accounts or health savings accounts that enable them to claim massage therapy as a benefit, and occasionally someone has an insurance plan that is unusually generous.

If you call your company, make sure they understand that you are discussing payment for massage therapy and not physical therapy.