Therapeutic Massages

60 minutes - $60  90 minutes - $80

Your massage includes the use of our beautiful water room that has a steam sauna, dry sauna, and whirlpool. You will need to bring your swimsuit and water shoes. A robe, towels, and a full service locker room are provided. Please arrive 15 minutes early to ensure enough time to begin with a warm shower, then slip on your swimsuit to begin your delightful encounter to relax away your stress before a wonderful therapeutic massage.

Your certified massage therapist will combine their experience and techniques including Swedish, Trigger Points, and Deep Tissue to provide relaxation, increased circulation, energy renewal and an overall feeling of health and wellness.

Please inform your therapist of any specific areas of soreness or tightness to focus on during your session. Remember, if you request extra work in one area, your massage therapist will not be able to do a full body massage. If you have any medical conditions contradictory to massage, please inform your therapist. Please communicate with your therapist during the massage, if at any point the pressure is light or too deep. Individuals with heart condition, diabetes, or high blood pressure, pregnant women, or anyone currently under medical care should consult a physician before using the water area or receiving spa treatments.

If you prefer a male or female therapist, please advise when making your appointment.

Spa Attire

Our body treatments and massage services are designed to maximize your well-being. In terms of what to wear, please wear whatever makes you feel most at ease. Many clients enjoy spa services without clothing, in undergarments, or in a bathing suit.

Your comfort and privacy are important to us.  During all treatments, the body is fully draped, except for the area being worked on.

Massage Techniques
Oasis Day Spa offers total wellness for the mind, body and spirit. Whether you are looking to relax, relieve stress and tension or improve circulation and energy Oasis Day Spa has the massage therapy technique for you to get the most from your experience.

Swedish Massage is the most common and best-known type of massage. It involves long, fluid strokes of muscles and tissues with pressure that varies from light to medium to firm. This type of massage is considered to be one of the most relaxing styles. Your massage therapists will adjust the pressure according to your sensitivity and preference.

Deep Tissue Massage is a deep and intense massage. This technique uses slow, deep-guided strokes and firm pressure designed to relieve severe tension and reach below the superficial muscles. Deep Tissue Massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain and soreness in both large and small muscle groups.

Sports Massage stretches tight muscles, stimulates inactive muscles and improves soft tissue condition. Sports Massage can enable you to move your body more freely with more flexibility and in time can improve your posture. As the name suggests, it is popular with individuals who are active in sports. It enhances physical performance, assists in muscle recovery and prevents injury.

Prenatal Massage focuses on the special needs of the body as it changes during pregnancy. Prenatal Massage relieves stress on your feet, low back and neck, as well as reducing swelling from general muscle fatigue. This technique can be used laying face down, side laying, or using a prenatal Prego Pillow. Mother and baby share in the benefits as stress and tension melt away, leaving both feeling balanced and energized. Please consult with your doctor to see if prenatal massage and use of the water room is right for you.

Trigger Point Massage helps with sore, painful spots that occur in muscles referred to as knots. They are called trigger points because they "trigger" a painful response that often refers pain to different parts of the body. Trigger Point Massage uses concentrated finger pressure on each trigger point to prevent cycles of muscle pain and spasms. When the Massage Therapist holds continuous pressure on a trigger point, there is usually a surge of pain that dissipates as the area relaxes and tension is relieved.