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Physical Restoration

Massage manipulates the body’s soft tissues – the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissues – to reduce chronic pain and anxiety, correct body alignment, increase your range of motion, and even enhance your immune system.

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Use our online scheduling tool to reserve your session or call your program location.

Sessions can be paid for in-person or online using the 'purchase session' link below.

Note: You’ll be prompted to log into your Y account if you are not currently logged in. Not a Y member? No problem! Be sure to click “create an account” at the bottom of the login screen to set up your free account.

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First-time participants will be asked to fill out some paperwork.

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Available At

Massage services are available at the following locations:

What to Expect

Table massage is typically done undressed under a drape. Plan to undress to the level you are comfortable. During your session, various techniques may be used.

Types of Massage

During your session, a range of techniques can be used, including:

  • Trigger Point Massage – Works out knots in the muscles to reduce the pain associated with them.
  • Deep Tissue Massage – Focuses on troubled spots, such as knotted areas between muscle fiber.
  • Reflexology – Applies gentle-to-firm pressure on different pressure points of the feet and hands.
  • Prenatal Massage – A full body massage performed by a certified prenatal massage therapist.
  • Neuromuscular Massage – Soft tissue massage to alleviate chronic muscle problems and nervous system disorders.
  • Orthopedic Massage – Soft tissue massage of joints that create movement or limit its range.
  • Thai Massage – Known for deep stretching, it is sometimes called “assisted yoga” due to it's more dynamic nature.
  • Lymphatic Drainage – Technique to help clear waste products from the tissues.
  • Active Isolated Stretch – A manual technique combining short, controlled stretches with relaxation intervals.
Benefits of Massage

Massage is known to provide the following benefits:

  • Stress reduction
  • Pain reduction
  • Muscle tension relief
  • Fatigue recovery
  • Immune health
  • Emotional well-being

Source: Mayo Clinic

Making wellbeing more accessible

The YMCA offers need-based financial assistance to help people access the programs that are important to them.