Are you looking for a unique gift for your Valentine? This Valentines Day we are offering couples massage all weekend long in our cozy Jacksonville, Florida holistic spa!
Friday, February 11th, 1-7 pm
Saturday, February 12th, 1-7 pm
Monday, February 14th, 1-7 pm
These days and times don't work for you? We offer couples massage at other times, just give us a call at 904-512-7551
Your special couples massage experience will include sparkling wine, chocolates and special treats from local bakery Breanne's Kitchen.
Enjoy a massage side-by-side with your significant other. Two highly skilled massage therapists will give you a 60, 90 or 120 minute customized massage. Couples massage is a wonderful way to celebrate special occasions and to relax and renew together!
If you'd like to book your couples massage for Valentines' weekend please give us a call at 904-512-7551 (this cannot be booked online).
60 minutes for two $130
90 minutes for two $196
120 minutes for two $260
If Couples Massage on Valentine's Day isn't your thing, we have gift certificates available for purchase for acupuncture, massage therapy and organic facials...design your ultimate pampering day at our holistic health center and organic spa!
Natural Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis with Clinical Massage Therapy in Jacksonville, Florida
Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the tissue that connects your heel bone to your
toes; that tissue is known as plantar fascia. People who suffer from plantar fasciitis often experience a sharp, stabbing pain in the heel or arch of their foot. The pain is usually worse in the morning and if left untreated, it can be debilitating. Treatment for plantar fasciitis typically revolves around the bottom of the foot, yet that is not always where the solution lies.
Often times, the key to reducing symptoms related to plantar fasciitis lies in the calves. Both the calf muscles and the plantar fascia attach to the heel bone. However, due to the location of where these two muscles groups attach, an imbalance can easily occur. When left untreated, the calf muscles become tight and pull upwards on the heel bone. In the meantime, the plantar fascia also becomes tight and pulls on the heel bone- struggling to compete with the strength of the calves.
Essentially, the two muscle groups play a game of tug ‘o’ war with one another. This is often times what causes the symptoms associated with plantar fasciitis. Treatment to the calves is often overlooked because we focus far too much on where we feel our pain rather than why the pain is happening in the first place. Clinical massage therapy is a very useful technique for treating the root of plantar fasciitis, not just the symptoms. Through the use of myofascial release, compressions, and manual trigger point therapy, a clinical massage therapy session can treat the true culprit of the pain related to plantar fasciitis.
Written by Alexis Krebs, LMT certified in Clinical Neuromuscular and Structural Bodywork
The Wellness Hub Center for Integrative Medicine and Holistic Spa in Jacksonville, Florida