Changes to Professional Spa FAQ2024-02-05T12:03:38-05:00

Changes to Professional Spa FAQ

Changes to Professional Spa FAQ

What will happen to gift cards purchased prior to the price changes?2024-02-06T11:31:30-05:00

Gift cards purchased prior to <date of new menu announcement> with the intent of use in our Professional Spa will be honored at our previous prices for the following services:

Aromatherapy Massage
Deep Pressure Massage
Maternity Massage
Reflexology Session

Gift cards used in our Student Clinic are unaffected by this change. Gift cards used for new menu services will be charged using our updated pricing.

Can I book a service from the old menu at the old price?2024-02-06T11:32:14-05:00

Any appointments in our Professional Spa taking place on or after Wednesday April 3rd, 2024 will be subject to our updated menu and pricing. Thank you for your understanding.

Is the Student Clinic menu and/or prices changing?2024-02-06T11:45:24-05:00

No. Our Student Clinic menu and pricing will remain the same. 

Will Center for the Healing Arts offer membership pricing?2024-02-06T11:46:41-05:00

Short answer: No.

Longer answer: The membership business model for massage is not something Center for the Healing Arts offers or plans to offer. We pride ourselves on the quality of our massage services and the care we provide our clients, and our relationships with our clients is one we prefer having without any membership contracts.

What is cupping?2024-02-06T11:47:05-05:00

Cupping therapy is an ancient healing technique and used in massage therapy to help relieve pain and tension in the body. The cups are placed on the body and use suction to lift soft tissue and encourage blood flow.

Our professional therapists who offer cupping have been trained in the practice of how to safely and effectively use them.

What is the difference between Himalayan salt stones and hot stones?2024-02-06T11:47:28-05:00

Himalayan salt stones are all natural stones composed of – you guessed it – salt! For a massage service they are heated and used by the therapist as a tool to provide gentle massage. The salt gives a soothing exfoliation experience to the skin, leaving it feeling fresh and soft, while the heat from the stones is comforting and relaxes stiff and sore muscles.

The hot stones we use at Center for the Healing Arts are natural basalt stones. They are heated to a safe and comfortable temperature and also used as a tool during a massage session to provide warmth, comfort, and relaxation.

What is Yoga Balm?2024-02-06T11:47:49-05:00

Yoga Balm is a soothing blend of essential oils including CBD, frankincense, and peppermint. As an enhancement to a massage service it can be used to help relieve stubborn pain.

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