Spa Menu and Pricing
60min Full Body Massage $55
90min Full Body Massage $80
60min Couples Massage $110
Pregnancy Massage $55
90 min Hot Rock Massage $80
90 min Salt Glow $80
Hot Stone Massage
The heat from the rocks allows for deep relaxation and deeper muscular tension release. Also increases flexibility and circulation.
Salt Glow Massage
Pamper your skin with this exfoliation treatment. A 30min body exfoliation to remove the dry dead skin caused by harsh weather. Followed by the 60min skin hydration treatment that will leave your skin so silky smooth and soft.
For any sport, it is so important to keep your muscles in top performance to accomplish your physical demands and goals. Massage is a great way
to release the lactic acid build up caused by repetitive motion. Sports massage also includes active and passive stretching to prevent injury while in training.
A great experience for the mother-to-be. Personalized care to focus on tired and achy muscles to provide the mother with relief no matter the stage of pregnancy. A nurturing and relaxing experience to bond with her child.
Holly started Symmetry Prenatal Massage as a place for expecting mothers to get relief and find support throughout their pregnancy. Prenatal massage is a passion of hers. "Pregnancy is such a special time in a woman's life.I am happy to be part of your prenatal wellness team. I have over 7years of prenatal massage experience to get your body back to Symmetry." Holly is NCTMB licensed and Nationally Certified with Prenatal Massage by Carol Osborne.
"With being a mom myself,I understand the changes that happen physically, and emotionally in the prenatal and postpartum time period. You will get the support and information that you need."
Holly Crofts LMT/ Doula
Not only providing comfort and support with massage throughout your pregnancy, as a doula, I also provide information to empower you with the options and choices for a healthy and safe birthing experience.
What is a doula?
A doula is a trained birth attendant. I provide emotional, physical, and psychological support to the birthing family. I suggest different comfort measures to support labor and keep labor progressing.
Why should I have a doula?
With the presence of a trained birth attendant, studies show that women have shorter labors, and with less medical intervention such as epidurals and c-sections.
If I have a doula, then what will my partner be doing?
I focus on the birthing family, as a whole. The partner is very much apart of the experience with the birth of the baby. I suggest to the partners what comfort measures might work at the various stages of labor.
I am your advocate so you can have the birthing experience that you want.
I'm just planning on an epidural. I won't need a doula, right?
If you are planning on an epidural, or if the situation arises that you chose medical intervention, there are still supportive techniques that the doula can assist with. A back rub, a relaxation technique, provide reassurance for the partner to have a break-time,while knowing that the mother is still being cared for.
"I really like my doctor. I feel he/she will help me have the birth I want"
How often do mothers actually have "their" physician delivery their baby? There is that chance of getting the "on-call doc".
Think about how supported and empowered you will feel, knowing that the same person that you have seen throughout your pregnancy for massage, supporting you, and your physical changes, will also be there to support you in labor. Yes, your partner knows you best. Although, who else knows how to keep you calm, relaxed and relieve stress for you? Who can your partner lean on for support? Who is going to be your advocate and help you through the birthing process?
Birth is a natural beautiful journey into motherhood, Not a medical procedure.
I provide a free consultation for families to discuss plans further.