Add On Services

Enhance your experience with one of our add on features!
Choose between a cupping or sauna session to help reach your wellness goals.

Sauna

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$30 -    30 minute session

$45 -    45 minute session

Infrared saunas are popular in alternative therapies and use light to create heat to warm your body directly without warming the air around you. The general appeal of saunas is that they cause reactions similar to moderate exercise, such as intense sweating and increased heart rate.

Other benefits of an infrared sauna include:

  • Detoxing toxins from your body

  • Weight loss from sweating and burning calories and from increased heart rate similar to exercise

  • Relieving pain or inflammation from the heat

  • Increase blood circulation

  • Skin purification by removing dead cells or clogged pores to encourage new cell growth

  • Relaxation by balancing your body's cortisol level, your body’s primary stress hormone.

Saunas are generally safe for most people but if you have any medical conditions or implanted devices, we recommend talking with your primary physician before using the sauna. 

Cupping

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$25 -    15 minute add on in session

$45 -    30 minute cupping only session

Cupping therapy is the age-old therapy that utilizes cups placed over the skin to create negative pressure. The negative pressure and suction from the cups increases blood and lymphatic circulation systemically. Cupping is effective in relaxing tense muscle tissue and pain relief. 

Other benefits of cupping therapy include:

  • Reduce anxiety by engaging your parasympathetic nervous system

  • Reducing stretch marks and scars

  • Improve skin inflammation to prevent breakouts

  • Helps prevent wrinkles

  • Improve energy levels


Contraindications for this therapy include; anyone experiencing or diagnosed with a blood disorder, Cancer patients, high serum cholesterol, deep vein thrombosis, pregnancy, low blood pressure, anyone who has experienced cardiac arrest in the past six months or anyone who is taking anticoagulants.