Iphie’s massage services

We offer various massage treatments for everybody, from pregnant women to athletes.
Iphie’s massage services is a massage clinic with professional massage therapists. We offer various massage treatments for everybody, from pregnant women to athletes. Our goal is to provide the most relaxing experience possible by using different techniques and other therapies. Whether you’re looking for an aromatherapy massage or a Thai massage, we will be able to help!

Who are we?

We are experts at massage with decades of experience. We have massage therapists who can provide different massage treatments based on your needs and preferences, such as Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, or sports massage. Why choose us?

We offer professional massages that will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. Our masseuses can also help pregnant women by providing pregnancy massage as well as other postpartum care services, such as herbal compress massage or hot stone therapy for mothers after they give birth.

Our vision and mission

We are committed to providing high-quality massages that can suit any need your body may have while making sure you feel comfortable during the process. From pregnancy pains, stress relief, sports injuries or relaxation, our team of professionals have extensive knowledge in all areas of this practice, so they know what works best for you!

Why should you choose us?

Iphie’s massage services is an award-winning massage studio established in 2009. We’re proud to provide quality massages and offer several different types, including Aromatherapy massage, Swedish massage, Thai Massage, and Hot Stone Therapy!

Services we offer

We have the perfect service for you, no matter what your needs are. Below are some examples:

Aromatherapy massage

Aromatherapy involves the use of massage oils that have been infused with a variety of scents to promote your body’s natural healing process and improve your mood.

Thai Massage

A traditional Thai massage includes stretching exercises followed by pressure point manipulation, which helps to release any tension throughout the entire body while reducing stress levels.

Sports massage

Sports massage is specifically designed to assist athletes and sports enthusiasts in recovering from injury. It is beneficial because it helps to break up scar tissue and improve circulation while improving flexibility.

Swedish massage

Swedish massage is the best massage for anyone who has stiff neck and back pain. It helps to release tension in the muscles, ligaments, and fascia (the soft tissue around joints).

Deep tissue massage

Massage, where pressure is applied deep into muscle tissues, results in relief from pain or tension as well as an increased range of motion for those suffering from arthritis or other joint conditions. These types work deeper than Swedish massages, so they are not suitable for everyone. Consult our staff first before booking!

Indian head massage

Traditional Indian massage is usually performed by one or two therapists who spend most of their time using their thumbs, fingers, palms, and elbows. This type of massage facilitates relaxation but can also be helpful for people with headaches or migraines.

Chinese massage

The goal of this massage is to unblock energy, clear the mind, release toxins from muscles and joints, and increase blood circulation.

Herbal compress massage

This type involves using herbal teas which can be heated up on the spot and then applied to the skin. This massage is very nurturing and gentle.

Hot stone massage

Similar to Swedish massage, hot stones are heated up in a bowl of water just before they’re used on your body.

Pregnancy Massage

Prenatal massages help women prepare psychologically and physically for birth and parenthood.

Frequently Aske Questions

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How will I feel after my massage treatment?

Your massage therapist will work out the knots and tension in your muscles as well as provide you with a sense of peace.
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Am I expected to tip my massage therapist?

Tips are always appreciated but not necessary for massage therapy, just like any other service.
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What should I expect during my first massage therapy visit?

Many massage therapists ask you to fill out a client intake form that will include any necessary medical information. You may also be asked for your preferred massage type, such as Swedish massage or deep tissue massage.
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What is included in the session time?

Each massage therapist sets their own prices, so it’s best to contact them directly about what they charge and how long each service lasts. However, this rule of thumb: It should last 45 minutes to an hour with at least five minutes of “talk time.”
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How early should I arrive for my massage?

You should arrive at least ten minutes early if you are new to massage therapy. This will give you time to fill out the client intake form and chat with your massage therapist about what type of massage is best for you.
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Which massage is right for me?

It’s important that your massage be tailored specifically to meet your needs, so it’s a good idea to ask which type of massage they specialize in during consultation or mention any medical conditions on the client intake form when filling it out before arriving.
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Do I have to be completely undressed?

Some therapists require their clients to wear underwear only, while others request that no clothing remains during the session. It’s always wise to check ahead of time to avoid any accidental embarrassment.
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Do I have to cover myself with a sheet or towel?

Some massage therapists prefer their clients to be covered during the massage, while others leave them uncovered. It’s in your best interest to ask which way your therapist prefers, so you can plan accordingly.
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What do I do during a massage treatment?

Generally, we do not require you to do anything during the massage. However, it’s always encouraged that you remain as still and relaxed as possible during your session.
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Can I talk during my massage?

Some therapists prefer their clients to be silent throughout the massage; others allow you to speak if necessary, but discourage conversing for most of the time to maximize benefits. We recommend asking ahead of time so there is no confusion later on when things get heated!
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Do I have to listen to meditation music or new age music during my massage?

No, massage therapy is not only about the massage, it’s also focused on your mental and emotional health. Some people find that listening to music during massage helps them relax, while others prefer a silent room.
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How long will a massage treatment last?

This depends on which type of therapy you choose-some sessions can last up to an hour, while others don’t exceed twenty minutes. Some clients like short treatments because they feel rejuvenated after just one or two hours with us.
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Will the massage hurt?

No, massage should never hurt. If you are feeling pain during a massage session, tell the therapist and they will adjust their technique accordingly.
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How often should I get a massage?

This depends on your needs! Some clients need treatments every week, while others can wait up to six months between sessions depending on how much physical activity is involved in their lives.
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When should I not get a massage?

If you have any injuries or open wounds, be sure to speak with our therapists before booking an appointment so we can make special accommodations for this situation. Massage therapy does not include nor cover medical diagnosis or advice. It’s important to note that if you’re having chronic health issues such as back or neck pain, headaches, or a chronic condition such as arthritis, massage therapy may not be the best option for you.
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How many sessions will I need?

This is dependent on your needs! Some clients only require one session, while others book up to six per month depending on how much physical activity is involved in their lives and what they are trying to achieve with massage therapy. Our therapists would recommend that after three months of regular treatments-at least two times per month, it’s recommended to take a break from massage therapy and allow time for your body to recover before continuing again.
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Are there any cancellation fees?

If your massage is less than 24 hours away, we ask that you please give us enough notice so we can accommodate another client’s appointment request. We do have a fee if it’s cancelled within 24 hours or more of the scheduled date and time of treatment $25 per person plus the gratuity amount agreed upon by the customer at booking time (usually 20-30%.) Your credit card on file may be charged automatically for the massage.