Therapeutic Massage

Why do I need a massage? This question could be rephrased as:

“why should I take care of myself?”

How many hours and dollars per year do you spend on your car? Tune ups, maintenance, parts, labor, inspections, all for a car that may last 10 years.

But what about our primary vehicle? OUR BODIES?

How much time and money is directed towards self-care? Massage is preventative maintenance for our bodies and minds, which must last not just a decade, but our whole LIFETIME.

Benefits of massage:

  • improved relaxation
  • increased flexibility
  • stimulation of blood and lymph circulation
  • improved immune system function
  • improved posture
  • better sleep patterns
  • mental calmness and clarity
  • decreased risk of injury
  • decreased lower back pain
  • decreased muscle soreness
  • reduction of inflammation following sprains/strains
  • increased worksite productivity and morale
  • among many others…

The depth of your massage will depend on your preference and need. You will determine how much pressure is appropriate for your body by how it feels – and this varies, day to day, situation to situation.

Contact

Emma Holder LMT MSc. (207) 415-7204 eholder@maine.rr.com

Rates

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In Studio

60 minute massage $80.00
75 minute massage $90.00
90 minute massage $100.00

shorter visits available; 30 min for $50 and 45 min for $60

for longer visits, please add $10 per 15 minute increment over 90 minutes)

Multiple Massage Packages: 3 massages for the price of 2.5  and 6 massages for the price of 5.

6 x 60 minutes: $400, 6 x 75 minutes: $450, 6 x 90 minutes: $500

 

Gift Certificates available, cash, credit cards and checks accepted

24 hour cancellation policy

About Emma Holder

Emma Holder LMT MSc. is a Licensed Massage Therapist (PRI 2000), Certified Personal Trainer (American Council on Exercise 1998), and Group Fitness Instructor (ACE 1996). Emma enjoys practically every form of activity and has sustained injury and illness during her life. From these experiences, she has learned that one’s health is truly the only important thing, and having a healthy lifestyle is paramount to enjoying life.

Emma holds a Bachelors (McGill 1991) and a Masters (McGill 1993) degree in Microbiology and Immunology.