Stillwater

Women's Soft Touch Massage, LLC.

STILLWATER SOFT TOUCH reflects our true intent for our specialized soothing therapy. We believe that it applies to women who want a very gentle, supportive touch experience in a compassionate, personalized, professional atmosphere. 

 

We are beautifully unique in our approach to massage therapy; we use light pressure only to elicit restorative effects for the mind, body, and spirit.  Our soft touch massage is slow, gentle, flowing, intended for exquisite relaxation, comfort, and supportive reassurance. It would not be a good fit for those seeking more pressure such as deep tissue or sports massage. Clients appreciate that they will not be roughly jostled or judged. Many women find emotional comfort during their nurturing healing sessions. Our clients are confident in our courteous professionalism toward modesty by always keeping bodies draped for comfort and warmth with soft pillows for added support.  

 

This customized therapy can calm the nervous system, melt stress, anxiety, soothe and support emotional release, relax tight muscles, lower blood pressure, reduce pain levels, increase oxygen and blood flow, and release cellular waste.  Stillwater's soft touch is soothing and effective, perfect for all ages and stages, those new to massage, geriatric, pregnancy, and youth.*  

SERVICES

SOFT TOUCH 
MASSAGE 

Allow yourself to drift away in this targeted area-specific 30 minute session or full body 60 minute session, escaping with a soothing blend of light-pressured, flowing techniques designed to deeply relax and comfort you, healing you inside and out. Hot steamed pedi towels are a sumptuous start for the 60 min session. Stillwater's techniques are never rough, but very gentle and perfect for all ages and stages. Consider adding one or two of our most popular additions, Pedi-Soak, CBD 800 oil, or an aromatherapy essential oil blend, to aid in your relaxation journey.

30/60 min  $60/$90

Package set of 3  60 min  $250

Children ages 5-11 up to 30 min $50

SALT & MINERAL
PEDI SOAK

Use hydrotherapy to treat your tired feet with our tea tree salt & mineral pedi-soak and refreshing infused emollient with brief foot and lower leg massage.  We suggest starting your remedial journey to well-being with this salt and mineral foot bath prior to your soft touch massage. 

  

(We recommend NOT shaving your legs 24 hours prior to your pedi-service to minimize any possible skin irritation from the salt and minerals.)

Pedi Soak 15 min  $25   

Pedi Soak Children ages 5-11 $15

Sunset

PEDI SOAK &
MASSAGE COMBO

Rest & refresh in this 90 minute combo session that combines our salt & mineral pedi soak with our 60 minute soft touch massage including extra massage time devoted to the targeted area of your choice: neck and shoulders, back, arms and hands, or legs and feet. Included are steamed pedi towels, herbal heat packs, and your choice of body emollients: Herbal CBD 800 mg, Hemp cream, Deep Blue Rub, a variety of aromatherapy oil blends, coconut oil, jojoba oil, or oil-free.

(We recommend NOT shaving your legs 24 hours prior to your pedi-service to minimize any possible skin irritation from the salt and minerals.)

90 min  $140 

Balance Me 

Therapeutic and calming for all ages, stuck energy is replaced with positive moving energy that your in this restorative session. Both non-touch and soft touch supportive holds target and affect tissues, joints, and energy points using various polarity therapy techniques that will quiet, soothe, and reset you. A routine must for good health! (Disrobing is unnecessary.)

 

30 Min $50

Water Lily

*Always check with your physician before beginning new therapies, wellness routines, or if you have questions or concerns. There may be massage contraindications for some clients based on their medical histories and current health status. These massage therapy services are offered at the discretion of the therapist. 

“Science reveals that the human ‘Relaxation Response,’ an innate gift of healing, is necessary for optimal wellness, and aids in the body's capacity to tolerate distress. Through massage therapy, we can elicit the restorative benefits of the ‘Relaxation Response.’  Western medicine is finally catching up to what ancient cultures have known for millennia with many physicians now prescribing massage therapy, and other complementary therapies, as a natural first step rather than a last resort.  It's simply not a luxury we can afford to ignore or dismiss; it is a necessity for human well-being and should be elicited regularly.”   
Caroline Roberts, LMT, 2019