Massage is a holistic therapy that shares the intention of your total well-being on all levels, not simply an absence of symptoms. It offers natural, hands-on, drug-free techniques. It can be used as preventive as well as restorative therapy. Massage works to resolve the cause of your pain, to empower your body to go from dis-ease to ease rather than treat isolated symptoms.

Jessica Zerr, Licensed Massage Therapist & Registered Yoga Teacher

Jessica Zerr

Bodywork is more than just a massage; it is a conversation with your body capable of accessing very deep levels of healing.  Whether it is chronic pain, old lingering injuries, surgery, stress relief, or basic maintenance for optimal health, bodywork can have dramatic impacts for improving your overall well-being.  Jessica has over 1000 hours of training in massage, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, anatomy, and joint function.  She is skilled at meeting each person where they are and tracing the patterns of strain in both the larger muscle tissues (myofascial) as well as the more subtle layers (craniosacral and somatoemotional).

Jessica has been a certified massage therapist since 2010 and yoga teacher since 2006.  Sessions include craniosacral therapy, myofascial unwinding and structural alignment within the Berry Method, and lympthatic and visceral massage.  She is continually inspired to share this work by the dramatic healing she has experienced from migraines, a fractured lumbar vertebrae, severe sciatica and nerve impingement in the neck, and also by the dramatic improvements she is blessed to witness in the lives of her clients.

Rates For Massage:
60 minute massage      $85
90 minute massage      $120

Coleen McDonnell, Licensed Massage Therapist & Reiki Master

Since 1987, Coleen has been working with doctors of chiropractic, nutritionists, medical doctors, counselors, physical therapists, & exercise physiologists. Coleen specializes in deep tissue massage, but can also customize the massage pressure to medium or light. Coleen includes in every massage Reiki, reflexology and lymphatic drainage.

She is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist, and is Licensed in Pennsylvania for Massage Therapy and Ear Candling. Coleen is also a Reiki Master.

Rates For Massage:

30 minute massage      $45
60 minute massage      $70
90 minute massage      $100

Massage Services

Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic massage is a powerful healing approach that can help you maintain your optimum health and enjoy life to the fullest.

  • Deep Tissue
  • Swedish

Thai Massage

What is today called “Thai massage” or “Thai yoga massage” is an ancient healing system combining acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga postures. The founding father of Thai massage was an Ayurvedic doctor named Jivaka Kumar Bhacca, who is revered still in Thailand as the “father of medicine”. Born in India during the time of the Buddha, he is noted in ancient documents for his extraordinary medical skills, his knowledge of herbal medicine, and for having treated important people of his day, including the Buddha himself.

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Reflexology helps to harmonize your body. It can have a positive effect on your health in many ways and is suitable for people of all ages. It is a powerful acute, chronic, and preventative therapy and also promotes a deep sense of relaxation. Reflexology clears away blockages in the flow of energy around the body.

Myofacial Release

Myofascial release (or MFR) is a soft tissue therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain. This alternative medicine therapy aims to relax contracted muscles, improve blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulate the stretch reflex in muscles.

Ear Candling

The age old practice of candling is an ancient art that has been around for centuries. It dates as far back as biblical times when hollow reeds from swamp areas were used. It has been passed down from many generations by the Egyptians, Asians, Italians, and European cultures. It is being rediscovered today. The process had been basically lost to common knowledge for many years but has come into practice again and is being used by many people, an idea whose time has returned. So you can see it is not a new form of therapy, but an ancient therapy for a new generation.