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130 Carlinville Plaza, Carlinville IL 62626

217 - 930 - 2400

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Your Center for

Balancing, Mind, Body, & Spirit

We strive to help you feel your absolute best through our services

and offering a unique blend of wellness products!

Or call (217) 930-2400
 

Why Massage Therapy?

It can help you

Alleviate Symptoms of Chronic Illnesses

Those who suffer from chronic illness often have higher stress levels. Massage can improve the quality of life for many suffering from chronic illness by decreasing their stress levels.

Improve Your Relaxation Skills

When relaxed, your heart-rate, blood pressure, oxygen consumption, and salivary cortisol levels decrease. This helps reduce stress and anxiety. 

Rest More Efficiently

Massages can improve sleep patterns in children, adolescents, and adults who suffer from insomnia, cerebral palsy, fibromyalgia, migraines, and more.

Increase Overall Happiness

Massage Therapy can lower stress, decrease anxiety, and reduce irritability. Along with increasing brain serotonin and dopamine, the combination of these effects can lead to a happier individual.

Counteract Long Periods of Sitting

More advanced forms of postural stress “show up as pain or weakness in the low back and glutenous caused by prolonged periods of sitting.”

Massage can counteract the imbalance caused by sitting.

Relieve Migraines

Researchers have found that those who suffered from debilitating headaches reported fewer migraines and more restful sleep after receiving massage therapy for several weeks.

 

Services

Add Ons - $10 each

-Essential Oil Scalp Massage

- Peppermint Leg & Feet Treatment

- Therapeutic Hot Pack

- Sugar Scrub for Back or Feet

- Hot Stones

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Contact Info

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217 - 930 - 2400

130 Carlinville Plaza, Carlinville IL 62626

 
 

Testimonials

“First time I had a stone massage and it was great! Lisa was great to work with. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who needs a massage and a little piece of relaxation.”

— Elissa Graham, Facebook Review, February 2019