Ashley customizes every session based on each client’s health and wellness goals.

Services are for therapeutic and wellness purposes only.

Barefoot Massage Sessions

Benefits: deep tissue, myofascial release, relief of chronic neck/shoulder/low back/hip pain, increased range of motion and flexibility

Myofascial Ashiatsu

Lovingly referred to as “fasciashi,” this is Ashley’s most recommended and most favorite style of barefoot massage among clients. It’s most similar to traditional hands-on therapies and gives you everything you’re looking for: detailed anatomy focus work, stretching, AND deep relaxation!

Sarga Bodywork

Just as lovely as Ashiatsu, this modality targets the fascia of the body and indirectly focuses on your muscles. Sarga is delivered by using extra slow, high-friction, myofascial techniques.

*Due to its slow pace, Sarga & Sarga Rx sessions are not available for 75 minute sessions

Interactive Barefoot Massage Sessions

Benefits: increased range of motion and flexibility

Range of Motion

Using barefoot techniques, this session focuses on stretching and strengthening your muscles to increase your flexibility and to improve the range of motion within your joints.

*Clients wear comfortable clothing, such as workout clothes, that allows their bodies to move around with ease

Sarga Rx

Using Sarga techniques, this technical work encourages a more efficient and “stacked” postural alignment while increasing body awareness and creating a greater sense of ease and freedom within your body.

*Men wear running shorts and women wear running shorts and a tube top/bralette. Women may also wear a tank top with bra straps tucked in.

Bodywork Sessions

Benefits: heals damaged muscles, increase overall strength, and establishes healthy movement patterns

Yoga Tune Up®

Yoga Tune Up® is a movement therapy that combines elements of yoga, self-massage, and myofascial release to help decrease pain while creating better alignment and balance throughout the body. It helps eradicate pain, improve posture and enhance performance by working to identify and target your “body blind spots”; areas that are most overused, underused, or misused.