Back, Neck & Shoulders


Got knots? We’ve got your back. Literally.

60 min $130 | 90 min $170

Designed for clients who want to melt into an hour or more of focused integrative work where they need it most: on their back, neck and shoulders. This pain-relieving session is perfect for clients suffering from tension headaches, too much screen time, TMJ dysfunction, Carpal-Tunnel syndrome, “Text Neck”, Scoliosis, and sports or office injuries. Spend the full hour or more targeting what you need for a deeply healing experience.


How We Impress

  • Adjustable table warmers for cozy comfort

  • Science-backed techniques that are effective for pain-management and stress reduction

  • Soft flannel sheets, extra pillows & blankets and lavender eye pillows.

  • Press Play on our tunes. We leave out the waterfalls & bird calls

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Customized Care

Every PRESS begins with an intake form and a consultation with your LMT so your treatment is tailored to you.


Advanced Techniques

We never charge extra for advanced techniques like deep tissue or trigger point therapy.

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Helpful Know-How

We provide helpful tips for at-home massage to keep up with your pain relief after you leave the studio.

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Take Your Time

Our therapists are never booked back-to-back so you can relax into a full hour or more of hands-on time.


Prep for your Press

  • Drink plenty of water before and after your massage

  • Come in feeling comfortable – eat healthfully on the day of your appointment

  • Arrive ten minutes early to start the relaxation process and discuss with your therapist any goals you have for the session (for example, greater flexibility, less tension, headache relief) and specify areas you’d like to focus on

  • Let your therapist know about any medical conditions, or anything you feel is important to the session, and feel free to ask questions

  • Insurance-friendly receipts are available upon request. Check your eligibility with your insurance provider


“Delicious Pain, not scary pain.”