Body Work - Janet Len

Body Work


The ancient healing art of Stone Massage has been used to promote a harmonizing and balancing effect on the body and chakras. It penetrates deep into the muscles to help alleviate pain and relax the muscles. Each rock is like a miniature heating pad loosening up the body with radiant heat. More Info about Hot Stone Massage


Keep your shirt on! No oil necessary to experience a full body therapy of deep relaxation.  Japanese acupressure can be done with comfortable clothes on, the word "shiatsu" literally means "finger pressure" and using the Yellow Emperors systematic technique of applying pressure to over 500 points in the body. The therapy promotes self healing and relieves tension and alleviates stress. More info about Shiatsu


Reflexology is a unique method of using the thumb and fingers to stimulate more than 7200 nerve endings in each foot. These nerve endings correspond to all parts of the body as well as the organs and glands. The technique is also used on the hands and ears. People of all ages can benefit from Reflexology. More Info about Reflexology


Chair or Seated Massage is a quick way to get some neck, shoulder, arms and back massage without removing your clothes or using oil. In a special chair the client is in a position for the therapist to do their job efficiently. Great for offices, employee appreciation days and as an introduction to bodywork. More Info about Chair Massage


Anointing the body with oils is as ancient as the Bible. Known as the life blood of the plant, essential oils have tremendous healing benefits. Used to calm or to energize knowledge of the oils properties can relieve pain, warm or cool muscles as well as tone organs of the body. Aromatherapy has been known to balance moods, lift spirits, dispel negative emotions and create a more loving atmosphere. More Info about Aromatherapy


Carrying the gift of life may be the one miracle we humans can really experience in life. Some benefits include: Cleansing the lymphatics, thus moving toxins and giving you more energy, relaxes the nervous system allowing for an easier delivery, increases the red blood count, opens up the pelvis, and helps you to feel more comfortable with your changing body. This is most important. By connecting with your body it will help you labor and trust the process of life. More Info about Prenatal and Postpartum Massage


A specific procedure including essential oils known to kill bacteria, fungi, and viruses this technique is a powerful, noninvasive tool for assisting the body in internet. The sequence of oils used are designed to simultaneously reduce inflammation and kill the responsible viral agents and are "dropped" on the spine. Great alternative to the flu shot! More info about Rain Drop Technique


An ancient Chinese form of medicine that utilizes suction cups on a persons skin. The pulling of the cups on the skin helps increase blood flow to certain areas of the body to facilitate healing.


Tips for a Great Session:

  1. Avoid coffee and all caffeine.
  2. Eat lightly --nothing too heavy.
  3. Decide if you want a specific area worked on or a full body session, or better yet, allow time for both.
  4. Speak up about your preferences in pressure and technique.
  5. A warm bath or shower is a great way to prepare your muscles for the session and is a courtesy to me.
  6. Relax, this is a non-sexual, therapeutic massage.


In the Hours After Your Massage:

  1. Drink extra water, especially with lemon or lime squeezed into it. Not only does this aid in flushing the toxins stirred up from the work, but helps to reduce soreness and fatigue after a massage.
  2. You may feel the need for rest afterwards, so try to schedule in a nap or go to bed early.
  3. Simply walking, without a purse or backpack, is a great way for the body to “process” the massage to help re-train the muscles.
  4. Getting in a hot tub before bedtime with Epsom or Dead Sea Salts to aid in reducing soreness and toxins.
  5. If the focus of your massage was on a specific injury or body part, remember to apply heat, or ice or stretch as instructed.



      $75 - One full hour

      $90 - 90 Minutes

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