Massage Therapy Services & Rates

Medical Massage Therapy, Lynden WA


Body in Balance Studio provides a variety of massage therapy services to help you recover from an injury, get relief from chronic pain or just relax. Request a particular type of massage therapy from our selection below, or based on your intake history form and assessment allow us to blend a combination of therapies to best address your needs.

Contact us today and we’ll guide you in finding the perfect massage to suit your needs, (360) 354-0359.

A light to medium pressure massage using oils to promote deep relaxation, ease muscle tension/soreness/stiffness and support the circulatory and lymphatic system.
Techniques that utilize deep-tissue/deep-muscle massage are administered to affect the sub-layer of musculature and fascia. These techniques require advanced training and a thorough understanding of anatomy and physiology. The muscles must be relaxed in order to effectively perform deep-tissue massage, otherwise tight surface muscles prevent the practitioner from reaching deeper musculature. It helps with chronic muscular pain and injury rehabilitation and reduces inflammation-related pain caused by arthritis and tendonitis. It is generally integrated with other massage techniques.
Geared toward athletes of every kind, from world-class professionals to weekend joggers. The particulars of the sports massage technique are specific to the athlete’s sport of choice. Focusing on areas of the body that are overused and stressed from repetitive and often aggressive movements.
Can help in providing relief from muscle cramps, spasms and tension in the lower back, neck, hips and legs; it increases blood and lymph circulation, which can reduce swelling; and it brings about a sense of well being through relaxation.

Massage Rates

We base our rates on our time spent with you, rather than modality or type of treatment so you are not confined by a particular type of massage therapy when purchasing our services.

Massage Therapy Rates
1 — 30 minute massage $40
1 — 60 minute massage $75
1 — 75 minute massage $90
Credit cards accepted for massage therapy sessions.

Massage therapy is often regarded as an extravagance, a luxury, or an expense awaiting justification. Few actually regard a massage as a viable form of medical treatment and powerful wellness tool.

In the United States, our cultures and societies are ever-so-slowly looking towards a broader range of therapies to contribute to our restoration and general wellness.

We are giving ourselves the permission, in fact the mandate, to look beyond what is often prescribed to us in a more limited allopathic or medical model of care.

We are reaching out of what is familiar and looking to less familiar, but often ancient ways of caring for ourselves and the people we love. If you have not yet started asking yourself if there are options – ask now!  What might I be able to do for myself that address’s my issues and contributes to my own or my family’s wellness?

The Origin Of The Pain!

It is a little known fact that most pain originates in the soft tissues of the body. For instance, headache pain often originates in the subscapularous (upper region of the back) and in the muscles of the head and neck. Lower back pain and sciatica typically originate in the muscles as opposed to signifying a problem in the vertebral disk.

For some conditions, regular massage therapy can even obviate the need for surgery. Carpal tunnel syndrome, for instance, a condition routinely treated with invasive surgery, is one ailment that regular massage therapy may actually correct.

A person that suffers from carpel tunnel feels pain and experiences numbness in the hands and fingers. The genesis of the problem, however, may very well be in the muscles of the head and neck!

Whatever the ailment, or condition, massage therapy embodies the elementary concept that the body’s soft tissues, muscle, fascia, tendons and ligaments respond to touch. Hence, the definition of “therapeutic massage” as the manipulation of the soft tissue structures of the body to prevent and alleviate pain, discomfort, muscle spasm, and stress to promote overall health and well being.

The benefits of massage therapy are incalculable considering that massage literally affects every system in one’s body. Aside from feeling good, research indicates that massage reduces stress, lowers heart rate, lowers blood pressure, increases circulation, increases lymph flow, aids in elimination of toxins and increases endorphins, the body’s natural pain killers.

What Can Massage Therapy Do For You?

Health and Therapeutic Benefits

Massage makes you feel and perform better. Massage has the following benefits:

    • Increases circulation;
    • enhances the immune system;
    • promotes nervous system functioning;
    • reduces blood pressure;
    • relieves pain and muscle tension;
    • improves mood, intellectual reasoning and job performance;
    • positive effect on conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, diabetes and migraine headaches.

Depending on the techniques used, massage can:

    • Stimulate the nervous system to help reduce muscle atrophy;
    • increase muscle tone;
    • stimulate the functions of the skin or an organ deep inside the body;
    • sedate the nervous system to help ease muscle tension, spasticity, stress-related symptoms and headaches;
    • boost the functioning of the immune system and maintains health when done regularly;
    • stimulate sluggish circulation or slow down the circulation of someone who has just run a marathon when using friction massage techniques;
    • allow better range of motion and support the connective tissue and muscles in becoming strong and healthy when doing simple joint movements and joint stretching.

Why You Should Get Regular Messages

An investment in regular massage therapy will ensure that all bodily systems function at an optimal level.