Women's Wellness Massage, LLC.
Massage Therapy Services
"No pain, no gain" is not our philosophy. STILLWATER'S therapeutic massage techniques are intuitively unique to each client's individual needs and preferences, slow and gentle, soothing and rhythmic, light to intermediate pressure only. Clients take comfort in knowing that they will not be bent into a pretzel, have their back walked on, or be ridden like Sea Biscuit. STILLWATER clients appreciate this, and it keeps them coming back for maximum benefit - soothing, gentle, comfortable, yet therapeutic and incredibly effective for all ages. Therefore, STILLWATER does not practice Deep Tissue Massage, deep pressure, jostling, or rough techniques. It's rough out there, your massage shouldn't be!
*Also Available in Package Sets. See Gift Certificates & Packages Page.
"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'. It's not a luxury we can afford to ignore or dismiss; it is revealed as a necessity for human well-being and should be elicited regularly."
Caroline Roberts, BS., LMT.
An Exploration in the Restorative Benefits and Relevance of the Relaxation Response in Massage Therapy, 2019
"Massage has had a positive effect on every medical condition we've looked at."
Tiffany Field, Ph.D.
Director, Touch Research Institute, University of Miami
"Nothing is so healing as the human touch."
"When you touch a body, you touch a whole person, intellect, spirit, and emotions."
"A loving touch is enough to change everything."
"A blessing begins with meaningful touching. The act of touch is key to communicating warmth, personal acceptance, affirmation - even physical health! Harnessed within meaningful touch, the first
element of the blessing, is the key to communicate personal acceptance, an incredible power to bless, right at our fingertips."
Gary Smalley &
John Trent, Ph.D.
The Blessing, 1986
"If you want to touch the past, touch a rock. If you want to touch the present, touch a flower. If you want to touch the future, touch a life."