Therapeutic Bodywork Solutions Relaxation & Pain Relief = Getting Started


To Therapeutic Bodywork Solutions

A place where we provide therapeutic massage and bodywork with a goal of bridging the gap between clinical treatment and a spa experience.

If you are looking for a comfortable, unpretentious place to relax, address pain and injuries, enhance health and athletic ability, or just to improve emotional well-being, this is the place to be.

For centuries, massage has been practiced as a holistic approach to wellness and healing and while it may feel like a luxury, massage provides a means of staying fit and healthy and helps us deal with the stressors which accumulate more and more frequently in our hectic lifestyles, impacting our health and well-being.

Why Choose Massage Therapy?

Massage stimulates the immune system, increases circulation, reduces tension and anxiety, alleviates aches and pains, hastens recovery from injury or trauma, improves sleep,  and can lower levels of chronic pain.  It addresses the causes and effects of repetitive stress injuries, alleviates joint stiffness and increases the range of motion of muscles.  Massage is a safe, non-invasive method of healthcare which leaves you feeling refreshed, renewed and better able to cope with stress and every day life.

Why does “The road to wellness lead to YOU”?

The road to wellness and sustained health is much more than just a therapeutic session or SPA treatment. Ultimately wellness centers on you, your lifestyle, environment, and the decisions one makes each day. We are here to assist in this journey by creating an environment and providing natural therapeutic care to assist you along the way.
"Massage has survived and continues to evolve because it is the most fundamental means of giving care, affection and aid between human beings.  Its healing qualities differ from those of other modalities because massage confers its benefits through the character and healing intention of those who give and receive it.  The true value of massage comes from the intrinsic, inherent need of humans to have contact with one another."

From AMTA Florida Journal (Summer 2008 #46,)