Amy De Boom and Allison Denney are licensed massage therapists who specialize in Swedish and Deep Tissue massage.
Swedish massage uses rhythmic and flowing strokes to stimulate the system and to relieve muscle tension and sore joints. It relaxes the body and the mind. Swedish massage can be performed with a light or heavy hand.
Deep Tissue massage is a muscle-specific modality that involves slower strokes, and uses direct pressure. Deep Tissue massage reaches all layers of the muscle and allows layer by layer penetration. This type of massage is great for chronic pain or overuse injuries. There should be no pain during the session, but the client is often sore for a few days following the treatment.
Hot Stone Therapy massage melts away tension, eases muscle stiffness and increases circulation and metabolism. Promotes deeper muscle relaxation through the placement of smooth, water-heated stones at key points on the body.
Cupping Therapy increases circulation and decrease tension using plastic therapy cups. (Offered by Amy)
Neuromuscular Therapy is an integrative approach to resetting muscle firing patterns that limit activities or general range of motion. (Offered by Allison)
Trigger Point Therapy is static compression that acts to eliminate the pain/spasm/pain cycle. Reduces stress and the chronic pain that arises from stress. (Offered by Allison)
Pre-Natal Therapy is a nurturing, relaxing massage for expecting mothers. Targets chronic hip and back pain as well as decreasing stress and increasing blood flow. (Offered by Allison & Amy)
Thai Massage is an ancient healing art for full body massage blending practitioner-specific modalities, deep tissue work, and yoa-like body passive streaching that allows energy flow. (Offered by Janel)
Lymphatic Massage is a gentle modality to aide in temporary and chronic swelling or edema. Can benefit clients who have suffered from injuries such as sprains or strains or other issues like recovering from surgery, lymphatic disorders, or removal of lymph nodes. (Offered by Allison & Amy)
Sport Massage is a great treatment for Pre-Event to complement a warm-up and prepare the muscles for intense activity. Post-Event to flush lactic acid that built up during the activity to help prevent muscle soreness, cramps or spasms, and also help to promote rapid removal of waste and toxins that have built up in the muscles from the recent exertion. (Offered by Janel)
Aromatherapy is a therapeutic use of plant derived, aromatic essential oils to promote physical and psychological well-being. (Offered by Amy)
Students: $25/30 minutes, $45/60 minutes, or $65/90 minutes
Non-Students: $35/30 minutes, $60/60 minutes, or $90/90 minutes
Allison: Monday 1PM - 8PM
Amy: Tuesday - Thursday 1PM - 7PM / Friday: 1PM - 6PM
Janel: Monday 10AM - 1PM / Tuesday - Friday 10AM - 2PM
Arrival - First time clients are asked to arrive at least 15 minutes early prior to a scheduled massage to fill out and sign some forms. If you are late, keep in mind it may shorten your length of treatment as to not inconvenience other clients. We regret that late arrivals will not receive an extension of scheduled appointments.
Cancellations -We respect your time and appreciate your service at Beach Balance. However, if needing to cancel, please let us know 24 hours before your appointment. If done less than 24 hours after the first offense or you do not show without notice, a $25 dollar charge will be on your SRWC account.
Showering - We understand that we are in a fitness facility and you may also be working out prior to your massage. Please be considerate to your massage therapist by showering after your workout.
Inappropriate Language and Actions - Beach Balance professional therapists are certified by the State of California. All massages are therapeutically oriented and non-sexual. Any remarks or gestures made by a client and interpreted by the therapist as harassment or sexual in nature will result in the immediate termination of the session without refund.