In Motion Massage therapists:

Amy Schafer

amy_schafer_massage_therapist_2cAmy is a graduate of the European Medical School of Massage and is enthusiastic about coordinating with the physical therapists at In Motion to promote healing and lessen the pain levels of her clients throughout the rehabilitation process.

See my video on trigger points and how they are treated by massage therapy

Basic Therapeutic Massage Fees (open / close)

Pressure: Light to Moderate
60 min – $75
90 min – $100

  • Customized blend of muscle-warming, kneading, spreading, stretching, and friction
  • Impacts overall muscle relaxation and aids the circulatory system
  • Supports the release of hormones that promote emotional wellness

Deep Tissue Massage Fees (open / close)

Pressure: Moderate to Deep
60 min – $95
90 min – $120

  • Initial warming of area(s) to be treated, followed by strategically applied friction, compressions, and deep gliding techniques
  • Includes stretching and heat or cold therapies to affected areas, as needed
  • Treats trigger points and tender points in underlying layers of muscle tissue
  • Increases range of motion
  • Relieves muscle pain and dysfunction

Essential Oils Massage Fees (open / close)

Pressure: Light
30 min – $60
50 min – $80

  • Eight essential oils and oil blends applied sequentially to spine area
  • Gentle, soothing techniques to methodically distribute oils to back, shoulders, neck, and scalp (50 min massage includes feet also)
  • Inhalation and absorption of high-quality, purity-tested oils promote relaxation and detoxification of the body.
  • Plant essences function as natural analgesics and mood and energy boosters.

Headache Therapy Massage Fees (open / close)

Pressure: Light to Moderate
50 min – $80

  • Application of cold stones to occiput and facial sinus pressure points
  • Foot reflexology on regions that correlate to the head, neck, and shoulders
  • Face, neck, and shoulders massaged with the aid of cool stones
  • Optional peppermint oil included
  • Aids in relief of sinus pressure and tension
  • Cold therapy drives out the inflammation that can impinge the trigeminal nerves and result in headaches.

Videos on Massage Therapy (open / close)

Patty Smith

She received her certification and training at the Pennsylvania school of Massage Therapy.

For many years, Patty has been utilizing various philosophies of massage for clients with issues including musculoskeletal, sports related, stress, and pain problems.


Massage Session Fees (open / close)

Minutes Fee

Massage therapy benefits:

In addition to pain reduction, massage therapy increases blood flow, encourages the elimination of toxins from the tissues, loosens muscle groups that may be placing strain on an injured area, and alleviates stress. Massage therapy is also a healthy adjunct to a regular exercise regimen. By reducing muscle soreness and improving mood, regularly scheduled massages help people to stick with and even exceed their fitness goals.

Our massage room, located next to the fitness desk, makes it easy to incorporate a soothing pre or post-workout massage as an additional motivation to get fit and stay fit.

You can schedule a thirty-minute, one-hour, or ninety-minute massage with one of our massage therapists by calling the fitness desk at (610) 518-9100, extension 2. Please plan on your first appointment taking an additional ten to fifteen minutes in order to include an initial consultation in order to provide the most customized and beneficial experience possible.

Gift Certificates available.

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