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Wellness & Health Promotion Services
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Located at our Counseling Center Building, treat yourself to a relaxing experience with one of our professional, licensed massage therapists. They offer great combinations of techniques designed to help you de-stress from your busy life or melt away irritating muscle tension, aches and pains. Call to schedule an appointment.


Length Swedish/Regular Deep Tissue Hot Stone Hot Stone & Deep Tissue
Student Rates
0.5 Hour $25 $35 $40 $50
1 Hour $40 $50 $55 $65
1.5 Hours $60 $75 $80 $90
2 Hours $80 $100 $110 $140
Staff, Faculty & Alumni Rates
0.5 Hour $35 $45 $50 $60
1 Hour $50 $60 $65 $75
1.5 Hours $80 $85 $90 $100
2 Hours $90 $110 $120 $150

For additional time, add 0.5 hour increments on pay rate (staff/faculty & alumni)

To schedule massages for your meeting or special event, complete the Event Request Form and one of the therapists will contact you shortly. We usually need a 2-4 week advance notice.

If this is your first massage with us, please print, complete, and bring the Massage Therapy Client Information Form or arrive a few minutes before your appointment time to fill out your paperwork.

Your massage therapist will add a $10 charge for missed appointments if you do not give a 24 hour notice. To avoid this, call us as soon as possible to re-schedule or cancel if you cannot keep your appointment time. Please leave a message on voice mail if we are closed.

Swedish Massage (Our basic stress relief massage)

This is the most widely used form of massage used for relaxation. Swedish affects the more superficial layers of muscles and connective tissue. An example of techniques used is long strokes that stimulate circulation.

Deep Tissue

A Deep tissue massage releases the chronic patterns of tension in the body. It uses slow strokes and deep pressure with the use of fingers, thumbs or elbows on contracted areas, either following or going across the grain of muscles, tendons and fascia. It can be used for specific work or full-body.

Stone Massage

The addition of heated stones to a massage brings another level of relaxation to major muscle groups and enables the therapist to work at a deeper level. The stones can either be placed on the body or used as an extension of the therapist's hands.

Sports Massage

For the athlete, sports massage techniques are utilized at all stages: pre-event, post-event, during training and to expedite rehabilitation after injury. This involves compression and a variety of stretching techniques.

Pregnancy Massage

Massage can relieve fatigue, enhance sleep and calm an active baby. Depending upon where you are in the pregnancy the therapist may utilize reflexology, Swedish massage or very light shiatsu.