We make sure all our new clients feel welcome, safe and cared for.  Great massage starts with feeling comfortable. During your first visit, we'll go over your health history and any goals you'll like to achieve with your massage. Relaxation? Pain relief? Sports massage? All Cocoon therapists give great massages,  but finding the right fit makes all the difference. 

Scroll down to find which therapist is the right fit for you.

 Himalayan Salt Stones

Himalayan Salt Stones

Emily 

Approach: Relaxing. Slow. Intuitive. Medium to subtle pressure. Massage that feels really good.

Good for: Stressed out people who are stretched too thin.

Helps with: Self care. Relieves head aches, neck/back pain, and whiplash. Heals post-op edema and pain, jangled nerves, bad weeks at work. 

Specialty techniques

  • Gentle deep tissue
  • Lymph drainage therapy
  • Relaxation massage
  • Gentle neuromuscular therapy
  • Energy work
  • Hot stone massage
  • Therapeutic massage that doesn't hurt
  • Spa therapies
 
 The power of touch

The power of touch

Jay

Approach: Clinical, detailed, effective. Methodical and empathetic. Deep to subtle pressure. Uses movement and massage for long term healing. 

Good for: People in pain, athletes, active lifestyles.

Helps with: Stubborn pain. Nerve pain. Sports injury/recovery. TMJ disfunction. Carpal tunnel. Injury rehab. Low back pain. Disconnection from your body.

Specialty techniques

  • Sports massage
  • Deep tissue
  • Movement reeducation
  • Neuromuscular therapy
  • Tai chi
  • Movement coaching

"Jay has an incredible ability to know when to use a soft touch and when to dig in deep. I've had quite a number of masseurs work on me throughout the years and his knowledge is unsurpassed. I'd recommend him to anyone, hands down". JF