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Shen Chen

Thai Massage Therapist

Her lifes work is all about helping you feel your best!

Massage oil is needed to reduce friction between the hands and skin. So, whether it is a regular massage, or a deep tissue massage, or a chiropractic massage, including an oil in the session really enhances the benefits of that massage.
​Massage That Moves You
Whatever life throws at you, it’s the daily wear and tear that takes its toll on your body. Massage does more than just relax the body and calm the mind. Regular treatments give you the time to check in and tune up to help you be ready for more of this wonderful thing we call living.

​Benefits of Massage


Stress has a lot to do with the tension you feel in your shoulders; it can also affect your heart and your blood pressure. Working out muscle tension during a massage makes chronic pain, as well as acute or short-term stress, much easier to overcome.

Muscle tension constricts your circulation – massage helps release those chronically tense and tightened muscles to increase blood flow and help flush toxins out of your body.
Learn About Massage Techniques
Therapists design each massage session to adress your specific needs
  1. Swedish Massage
    Good for relieving stress-related tension and pain, your therapist may use a light technique called Swedish massage to help promote overall circulation.
  2. For the Aging Body
    Geriatric massage techniques can be helpful in improving circulation, restoring balance and flexibility and reducing overall pain and anxiety.
  3. Aches, Pains & Injuries
    Your therapist will assess your body's areas of tightness and muscle tension and target the specific muscles, or trigger points, causing the most discomfort and pain.
  4. Chronic Pain & Tension
    Your massage therapist may apply "Deep Tissue Pressure" to help loosen and break up areas of intense muscle tightness for lasting and effective relief.
  5. Active Hard-Worked Muscles
    Regular massage can help balance the active routine of sports enthusiasts and regular gym goers by loosening tight or overworked muscles to release built up lactic acid and speed recovery from workouts and injuries
  6. Neck Pain
    Tension specific to the back and neck can be caused just by sitting at a desk or in a car for long periods of time. Your therapist can target these areas of commonly held tension to relieve tension and pressure to improve range of motion.

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