At Princeton Club we also offer massage services. Massage helps the body to slow down and decreases levels of the stress hormones.
Become a Massage
|SINGLE SESSION RATES||MULTI-MINUTE PACKAGES|
|30 minutes – $49||5 hours $60/hr – $300|
|60 minutes – $74||10 hours $58/hr – $580|
|90 minutes $66/hr – $99||15 hours $56/hr – $840|
|120 minutes $62/hr – $124||25 hours $50/hr – $1,250|
Packages may be split into monthly payments. Receive 5% off when you pay for 10 hours or more in full.
*There is a $49 fee for last minute cancellations.
Health Benefits of
- Stress Reduction and Relaxation
Massage helps the body to slow down and decreases levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
- Muscle Loosening and Improved Flexibility
Massage combs through muscle “knots” to relax the fibers and restore their full length. This in turn increases flexibility.
- Pain Reduction
Massage addresses the source of pain in muscle imbalances and sustained muscle contraction. By addressing these issues much chronic pain is alleviated.
- Injury Recovery and Rehabilitation
Massage restores healthy blood flow to areas of diminished circulation thus allowing the body to heal. Massage also helps reduce scar tissue and adhesive restrictions.
- Increased Circulation
Massage improves the body’s circulation allowing for reduction in swelling and inflammation as well as an improved feeling of well-being.
Massage Techniques Offered
at the Princeton Club
A relaxation focused massage using broad circulatory strokes and light to moderate pressure.
- Deep Tissue and Trigger Point
This type of massage focuses on sore areas to loosen muscles and uses a stronger pressure than Swedish.
Sports massage is best paired with athletic training to prevent injury and allow you to perform maximally. Passive stretching is often involved so wear stretchy/loose-fitting clothing.
- Myofascial Release
This type of massage is for injury recovery and repetitive stress pain. Myofascial massage works with connective tissue and is very helpful for improving flexibility and range of motion.
This massage addresses the usual areas of pain in pregnancy and helps diminish swelling in the limbs.
A gentle technique that involves manipulation of the head to affect the whole body.
- Hot/Cold Stone
Hot/Cold Stones can be added to any length of massage with the benefits of increased relation as well as muscle loosening and tension release.
- Thai Massage
This type of massage is a full, deep body treatment which includes both stretching of the joints and muscles, and compression by various means (hands, thumbs, feet, knees) along energy lines and muscle groups. This is done on a mat with the recipient clothed. A typical full body treatment is 90 minutes although can be used for shorter specific work.
Princeton Clubs feature Hydro-Massage beds. Imagine lying comfortably on a bed with pressurized heated water giving you a massage that you customize to your liking. Whether you want to spend your massage being completely relaxed, working on sore muscles, or rejuvenating your mind you will absolutely love your Hydro-Massage session every time. With incredibly affordable unlimited usage packages get one for you or as a gift. With convenient 24 hour access to the massage bed it just might motivate more regular workouts!
MASSAGE THERAPISTS – MADISON EAST
Jennifer is a certified massage therapist from Lakeside School of Massage Therapy. She specializes in Swedish Massage for increased blood flow with relaxation along with better functioning of the immune system. The techniques she uses can also decrease any pain or discomfort you may be experiencing. It is important for Jennifer to improve the overall wellness for each client she proceeds with massage therapy. Jennifer is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.
Diane O‘Meara is a 1999 graduate of Blue Sky Massage of School and is licensed by the state of Wisconsin. She specializes in Swedish, Deep-Tissue, Trigger Points and Neuromuscular Therapy. Diane‘s massages are uniquely designed to meet each client’s needs. She is a member of Associated Bodyworks & Massage Professionals.
Adrianna Stephens graduated from the Madison College School of Therapeutic Massage. She specializes in deep tissue, lymphatic, specific, and prenatal massage. Her main goal is to release tension, pain relief, as well as improve circulation. Adrianna is a member of Associated Bodyworks and Massage Professionals.
Kayla Stroud graduated Rockford Career College in 2013. She specializes in Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, and Therapeutic Massage. Kayla has a unique background in taping techniques, as well as a specialized clinical approach to help fit her clients’ needs. Kayla is a member of the American Bodywork and Massage Professionals.
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