Massage

At Massage Renu your therapy session can be tailored to meet your specific needs. Our friendly, courteous staff will begin your session with a consultation to assess your goals and expectations. A professional licensed Massage Therapist will review your information to include current conditions that may affect your treatment. During future visits, they will ask you about any changes to further tailor your massage.

You can always expect a tranquil, relaxing and comfortable environment throughout your massage session. All rooms have individual sound and lighting controls with the highest quality heated tables, covered in clean crisp linens and a plush blanket.

You can always communicate any requests or concerns to your Massage Therapist. Your level of comfort is our top priority.

Appointments are recommended to secure your preferred date and time of treatment. This can be done by calling your location of choice. We are open 7 days a week from 10am-10pm and we welcome walk in guests.


Massage is a wonderful way to improve your mind, body and soul. Massage therapy offers many benefits that help balance your body and leave you rejuvenated and refreshed.

  • Reduce Stress
  • Relieve Pain
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Improve Attitude
  • Enhance and maintain good health

  • Prevent injury and illness
  • Improve posture
  • Relax muscle tension
  • Improve mobility and flexibility
  • Detoxify the body


Types of Massage

Massage Renu allows you to choose the type of massage to target your individual needs. A brief consultation with your therapist will help identify the right massage for you.

Deep Tissue Massage

A more intense massage to treat problem areas.
Deep Tissue Massage is a more intense massage. This technique is performed with sustained pressure to treat particular problem areas. A Deep Tissue Massage is designed to relieve severe tension and reach below the superficial muscles.
This is recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain and soreness in both large and small muscle groups. The Deep Tissue Massage technique should not be confused with a firm pressure massage.


Sports Massage

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Reduces post-workout recovery time • Offers balance to training regimen
The Sports Massage reduces recovery time, increases flexibility and decreases risk of injury. This massage aims to stretch tight, overused or stressed areas. A great complement to any workout regimen.

Swedish Massage

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Choose from light to firm pressure • Good for stress related conditions and chronic pain
Swedish Massage is a relaxing, full-body massage. This is our most popular massage type as it is a good introduction to massage therapy. Pressure during this massage varies from light to firm. This type of massage is considered to be one of the most relaxing styles. Your massage therapist will work with you to determine the pressure according to your sensitivity or preference.

Prenatal Massage

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Alleviates backaches • Reduces fatigue
Prenatal Massage is a nurturing massage that focuses on the special needs of mothers-to-be during pregnancy. Positioning pillows and cushions are used to enhance support and decrease pressure. Relief of stress on feet, ankles, neck and lower back are all benefits of this massage. Mother and baby share in the benefits as stress and tension melt away. You walk away feeling balanced and energized.
This massage may only be performed after the first trimester and it is advised that you consult with your health care provider.

Reflexology

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Relieves pain by stimulating predefined pressure points in hands and feet • Alleviates symptoms of arthritis, migraine headaches and digestive disorders
Reflexology, or zone therapy, is an alternative medicine involving the physical act of applying pressure to the feet, hands, or ears with specific thumb, finger, and hand techniques without the use of oil or lotion. It is based on what reflexologists claim to be a system of zones and reflex areas that they say reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands, with the premise that such work effects a physical change to the body. Reflexologists divide the body into ten equal vertical zones, five on the right and five on the left.