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Individual Massage

Choose a therapy from the list below. Minimum time requirements are provided on the pricing page. In general, at least 60 minutes is required for a full-body massage.

Couples Massage

Book two appointments of equal length to enjoy massage side-by-side with a friend or loved one in a couples suite. Two different kinds of massage may be requested.


We believe that love is love. 



Swedish massage is the most popular type of massage therapy. It promotes general relaxation of the body and mind, and overall health maintenance. Swedish massage combines techniques like gliding, kneading, and cross-fiber friction to ease tension and pain, lengthen muscles, and dissipate knots. It reduces mental stress and anxiety, enhances circulation, increases range of motion, and restores a positive emotional outlook.


Sports massage was developed to help athletes prepare their bodies for optimal performance, recover after a big event, or function well during training. It emphasizes injury prevention and healing of muscles and tendons. However, it's also for people with chronic pain or restricted range of motion.


Sports massage is a good choice if you have a specific problem: a tender knee, a pulled hamstring, or a frozen shoulder, for instance. Typically, the therapist will focus on the specific problem area, rather than perform a full-body massage.

Deep Tissue

Deep tissue massage is aimed at the deeper structures of the body. It uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massage, but strokes are generally slower and performed with more pressure.


It's a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension and adhesions.  Deep tissue work shouldn't be painful, but it tends to be more intense than a classic Swedish massage. During the session, clients are always encouraged to communicate their preference for pressure in various areas.


“Ashi-atsu” is a Japanese word meaning “foot pressure.” It first emerged as a therapeutic healing art in the Far East thousands of years ago. The form of Ashiatsu found at Artemis is derived from these ancient techniques, and has been uniquely adapted to meet the needs of the modern massage client.


Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release focuses not only on muscles, but the fascia (or tough connective tissue) which innervates all layers of the body. With time fascia can become warped due to overuse, age, injury, or surgery. Since fascia receives little circulation, it doesn't often heal correctly or "fix itself."


MFR techniques lengthen or "unwind" fascia to restore symmetry to the body. This results in increased comfort, postures, range of motion, and functioning of muscle groups. MFR is popular with athletes, clients with chronic pain, and clients recovering from injury or surgery.


Prenatal massage (also known as pregnancy massage) promotes relaxation, soothes nerves, and relieves strained back and leg muscles in expectant mothers.


Prenatal massage is especially beneficial in the second and third trimesters, when increasing weight in the belly puts a strain on the back. Extra care is taken to make sure clients have the cushioning and support they need to be comfortable.


Bolsters are placed beneath the legs and shoulders, or the client may recline in a side-lying position with pillows to cushion the knees and support the arms.

Hot Stone (Half Set)



A 1/2 Hot Stone Service utilizes half the stones in a full stone massage to provide heated therapy to the back, shoulders, and neck.

During a hot stone massage, therapists use smooth, heated stones as an extension of their own hands as they massage, and place warm stones on specific areas of the body that are especially tight or sore.

*Hot stone massage is not appropriate if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, or take prescription blood-thinners. Clients should avoid this therapy if pregnant, menopausal, or recently sunburned.

Hot Stone (Full Set)

During a hot stone massage, therapists use smooth, heated stones as an extension of their own hands as they massage, and place warm stones on specific areas of the body that are especially tight or sore. The sensation of heated stones is very relaxing and warms tight muscles so that a therapist may incorporate deeper massage more quickly.


*Hot stone massage is not appropriate if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, or take prescription blood-thinners. Clients should avoid this therapy if pregnant, menopausal, or recently sunburned.




In reflexology, a therapist uses various techniques including holds, pressure, kneading, rotation, and rubbing in relation to reflex points of the feet. These reflex points refer to specific organs and glands in the body, and stimulating them promotes health in the corresponding areas via energetic pathways, or meridians.

Reflexology is a deeply relaxing treatment with benefits that can be felt throughout the body. It can be a good treatment choice for clients who are pressed for time, or who wish to remain clothed during a massage.

Migraine, Sinus, and TMJD Relief

Migraine: Stress-triggered migraines and other types of headaches can be relieved through reduced muscle tension in the back of the head, neck, and shoulders. Massage also improves circulation, a key component to reducing the pain and frequency of migraines and headaches.

Sinus: In sinus relief massage, accupressure and massage techniques to promote drainage are used to reduce sinus pressure and pain, clear the nasal passages, and facilitate respiration.

TMJD: Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJD) often results in clicking of the jaw, headaches, pain in the jaw, and/or ear pain. Common causes of TMJD pain include grinding and clenching of the teeth, high levels of stress, and jaw misalignment.In TMJD massage, a combination of specific massage techniques, cupping, and trigger point therapy release the tense muscles of the jaw and neck, reduce chronic pain and headaches, and increase joint mobility.


In perioperative massage, a detailed intake is taken prior to a client's first session. The length of the appointment can be influenced by a number of factors and is based on the specific needs of the client. 


The therapist uses an array of techniques to support healing through all stages of surgery, including pre-op and post-op. Multiple modalities are typically combined to relieve pain, decrease swelling, minimize scarring, restore mobility, and reduce anxiety.


Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is based in the science of universal life force energy, which flows through us and causes us to be alive. When one’s life force energy is low, stress prevails leading to sickness and imbalance. When life force energy is high, we heal, strengthen and harmonize. Reiki is a simple, natural, and safe method of healing.


WHAT TO EXPECT: The client relaxes fully-clothed on a massage table while the practitioner gently places her hands on or over the body. There is a series of hand positions with very little pressure applied, making it ideal for treating all ages and conditions. Energy flows where it is needed and can be described as a warm glowing sensation. Receiving a Reiki treatment is a very soothing and clarifying experience which leaves one feeling refreshed and balanced.


Oncology massage is the modification of existing massage therapy techniques in order to safely work with complications of cancer and cancer treatment.  Anyone who has ever received cancer treatment (from those in active treatment to those in recovery or survivorship, as well as those at the end of life) are best served by a massage therapist who has received training in oncology massage.






Our coconut oil hair treatment is perfect for clients who love a relaxing scalp massage. In this treatment, a blend of warm coconut oil and essential oils are massaged into the scalp and worked the length of the hair from root to tip. The oil blend is left to absorb fully into the scalp and hair (ideally, overnight).


This 15-minute treatment is a natural way to help hair grow longer and thicker thanks to the essential fatty acids in coconut oil that nourish the scalp and remove buildup from follicles. It also locks in color treatments for those who dye their hair and mends dry, damaged strands and split ends.




Cold stone therapy begins with a massage of medium to firm pressure. The therapist focuses on warming up muscle tissue, loosening adhesions and encouraging blood flow to specific areas. Smooth cool marble stones of varying sizes are then utilized as an extension of the therapist's hands, providing contrast therapy to areas of tension and pain. They are also placed and left to cool "stubborn" spots. When the stones are removed, the tissues warm again as circulation returns to the surface, helping to flush the areas of tension. The client feels invigorated, refreshed, and tension-free. 

Cold stone therapy aids in circulation and reduces acute inflammation, making it great for chronic muscle tension and athletic recovery. It relieves migraines and tension headaches, sinus congestion, and menstrual discomfort. 




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INCLUDES: Aromatherapy  |  Hot Towel  |  24K Gold White Raspberry Chocolate




Cupping is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist places soft, silicone cups on the skin to create suction. This suction pulls blood through the area, helping to reduce pain, soreness, and inflammation. 


Cupping is a great tool for addressing chronic muscle tightness that doesn't release easily with traditional techniques and is especially effective for structures with a lower blood supply, such as the IT bands. ​





Add one of our many essential oils to your massage to experience aromatherapeutic benefits.



Bergamot  |  Clary Sage  |  Eucalyptus  |  Ginger  |  Grapefruit  |  Lavender  |  Lemon  |  ​Peppermint  |  Rosemary  |  Wild Orange


AromaTouch: Cypress, Peppermint, Basil, Grapefruit, Lavender

Balance: Spruce, Frankincense, Blue Tansy, Blue Chamomile

Breathe:  Laurel, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Lemon, Melaleuca, Cardamom

On Guard: Wild Orange, Clove, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Rosemary

Relief & Remedy: Lavender, Peppermint, Rosemary, Clary Sage




Muscle Magic is an aromatherapy salve produced exclusively for Artemis. It is an organic alternative to popular drugstore brands like Bengay, Icy Hot, or Vicks, which are often composed of petroleum and other chemicals. Muscle Magic provides relief to sore muscles and works as a decongestant when applied to the chest.


In this service, Muscle Magic is applied liberally during massage to keep the therapy going even after your session has concluded! Additionally, Muscle Magic is available to take home in 1 oz. tins.




Energy work is utilized by a therapist to promote well-being and relaxation throughout the body and mind. The general intention of energy work is to balance the energetic self in order to support the healing of the physical self.

If your therapist performs energy work, you may add it to any massage as a compliment to your service.


Autumn Package


75-minute massage of your choice. Hot towels. Aromatherapy - cedarwood + Siberian fir.

Heaven & Earth


30-minute Swedish massage. 30-minute Reflexology. Aromatherapy - "Balance".

Paradise Found


90-minute Swedish massage. Half set of hot stones. Red linens, hot towel, aromatherapy of your choice, chocolate truffle. Bath bomb to take home.

Serenity Now


60-minute Swedish massage. Migraine relief. Aromatherapy - "Relief & Remedy". Essential oil roller to take home.

Athlete's Delight


60-minute sports massage. "Muscle Magic" application and 1.5 oz. tin to take home.

Fire & Ice


90-minute Swedish massage. Full set of hot stones + cold stones for contrast therapy. Aromatherapy -" Breathe".