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Massage Therapy

Deidre Comeau is dedicated to the highest quality of massage, specializing in chronic pain, along with many other modalities delivered with the most understanding care.

Enjoy a heated table and hydrating massage oil! 

You are ALWAYS welcome to utilize the option of a SILENT appointment.

Hot stone back massage

Therapeutic Massage

30 Minutes   $87.40  
45 Minutes   $115.00 
60 Minutes  $126.50
90 Minutes  $178.25
subject to change 



Hot Stone Massage


60 Minutes 


Prenatal Massage

Pregnancy Pillow Available 

60 Minutes 


Cupping Therapy Massage

60 Minutes 



Luxurious Mind.Body.Soul Treatment

    Indulge in the ultimate luxurious mind, body, and soul treatment.

     120 Minutes     


 Full body therapeutic cupping massage with paraffin wax application on hand OR feet

Gua Sha facial & Scalp Massages.

Followed with breath work meditation, smudging sage & aromatherapy, sound healing with singing bowls & tuning forks. Finishing with 3 intuitive card pull and 15 min Infrared Sauna Session.

ADD ONS ($10)

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best things I can do to support myself after a massage to ensure I get the most out of my treatment? 

The most important thing is hydration, make sure that you are drinking enough water. Take the time to enjoy an epsom salt bath to with 1 cup baking soda and 1 cup epsom salt to mitigate any soreness. Another thing you can do is some simple stretches to support your body and keep everything moving. You can find lots of basic stretches with great tutorials online to follow. 

What is referred pain? 

Referred pain is pain perceived at a location other than the site of the painful origin. It is the result of a network of interconnecting sensory nerves, that supplies many different tissues. We treat this by finding the root of your problem. 

Is there any resources you recommend for more information on the body and massage?

Yes, absolutely. This is a resource I trust, love and recommend. Muscle Manual written by Nikita Vzniak. You can buy it on amazon by clicking here. 

How often should I get a massage?

Based on your physical issues you are working through, it is important to schedule monthly maintenance appointments to stay on top of your treatment plan. 

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