Massage & Wellness Services | Maine

$39       $50
$59       $75
$76       $95
$96     $120

Enhancements

Paraffin Hand Treatment - $10

Hot Pack Treatment - $10

Hot Stones Add On - $20

Our highly trained staff will customize every massage therapy session to your unique wellness needs. At the beginning of each appointment your practitioner will listen to you carefully in order to assess which treatments would be the most appropriate for your wellness goals.

Some of the treatments offered in a custom session could include Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, neuromuscular therapy, positional release, reflexology, pregnancy massage, polarity therapy, stretching or sports massage treatments.

You may decide to include additional add-on services to enhance your experience such as hot stones, hot packs, or paraffin dipping. At the end of the massage your practitioner will offer you health tips and suggestions to support you between your treatments with us, because we want you to feel great everyday!

Learn more about our Massage Membership Program, including benefits like preferred pricing and rewards points. You can also visit us at our Auburn Maine location at 600 Turner Street. We offer high quality health & wellness solutions to all surrounding areas including Lewiston, Wales and Turner.

*Prices above are reflective of massage therapy services that are either pre-paid or paid at the time of service. All other massage therapy sessions are charged $27.50/ 15 minute unit.

Swedish Massage

Otherwise known as “classic massage” outside of the United States, is the foundation for most massage therapy sessions today. Swedish massage was formally developed approximately 150 years ago in Europe as a means of supporting the long-term health and rehabilitative care of individuals and athletes. It includes the use of long fluid movements towards the heart to increase circulation and relieve muscle tension. A client feels a deep sense of relaxation while the practitioner uses firm but gentle pressure to soothe away muscle tension and increasing joint movement. Swedish massage has also been proven to support immune system functioning.

Myofascial Release

Fascia is a continuous sheath of connective tissue that wraps around every muscle, bone, organ, cell, nerve, vein, and gland. It is this sheath that holds our habitual postural patterns. Myofascial release is a deep, slow and patient technique that is applied to areas of postural restriction that supports the opportunity to readjust posture and restore comfort.

Trigger Point Therapy

This treatment is used in conjunction with neuromuscular therapy and as such is considered part of neuromuscular therapy. The massage therapist finds areas of localized muscular tightness, that when pressed upon translates a sensation to another area of the body. In many cases trigger points are found in muscles that are overly contracted or improperly elongated. For instance many individuals have a very tight upper back; contrary to what may be expected, the upper back muscles are usually eccentrically contracted (or stretched and tight), because the opposing muscle group, “the pecs”, are too concentrically contracted (short and tight). A goal to decrease discomfort from this imbalance would be to lengthen the pecs and soothe the upper back muscles while releasing trigger points. This protocol has much longer lasting results than just massaging that “sore spot” in the back.

Sports Massage

Massage therapy is a great tool for athletes of any age and performance level to include into their regular routine. While training massage allows for quicker recovery times between training sessions, and decreases the risk of injury. Massage is also great for before and after any strenuous athletic event to support peak performance and recovery. In 1984 massage therapy was included as part of the athlete support at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Massage is not just for the competitive athlete, it is also supportive to the long term enjoyment of any physical activity including going to the gym and chasing after grandkids!

Stretching

We tend to limit our diversity of movement as we progress through life. Children jump and play and fully use their body’s range of motion through the day. As we sit and become more sedentary our muscles tend to shorten and lose their memory of the full potential for movement. A massage practitioner can skillfully and patiently move a client’s joints in order to increase circulation, and flexibility to tightened areas. Tight constricted muscles lead to limited movement, which leads to discomfort. Therapist supported stretching can be customized for your needs and is a great technique to add into any session.

Polarity Therapy

Polarity therapy is a technique that addresses the subtle levels of tension that accumulate over time and create symptoms of discomfort. Physical and emotional discomfort can be addressed through the use of this relaxing technique. We know what stress feels like as it creeps into our mind, emotions and then finally to our muscles. There is a traceable pattern of how and where different stresses accumulate and manifest in our systems. A polarity practitioner assesses these patterns and supports their clients through reestablishing the freedom within them. These patterns can be reconnected through touch and conscious awareness. Clients may be taught self-awareness tools to support themselves between sessions to encourage relaxation and comfort. This treatment can be received on its own during a full session, and would be done while the client is fully clothed, or pieces of it can be used to enhance a massage therapy session.

Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy can be a cherished time in a woman’s life, and it is also a time of many very specific bodily changes and stresses. A woman who is pregnant may suffer from different discomforts as they move through the different stages of pregnancy. Some common discomforts are to their legs, hips or back. Massage therapy can support a pregnant woman to move through her pregnancy in comfort by integrating regular sessions from conception to birth and as soon as 24 hours after giving birth. A comfortable and happily relaxed mom supports the healthy development of baby!

Reflexology

Commonly referred to as foot reflexology, but can be applied to the hands as well. This is a technique that has been used for thousands of years, but has more recently developed and become incorporated within the larger system of bodywork to promote the healthy functioning of the body. Through qualitative analysis it has been determined that specific zones of the feet directly affect the different organs and muscle tissues of the body. The massage therapist uses foot reflexology to assist with the body’s innate ability to address its own chronic conditions, and uses hand reflexology to assist with more acute or more recently acquired conditions. Reflexology is also a great technique that your massage therapist can teach you to do on yourself to support your health between your massage therapy sessions.

Positional Release

Can be considered a form of neuromuscular therapy. It is a technique that involves moving the body into a position that allows the tightened muscle to become slackened for a period of around 90 seconds to 2 minutes. This allows the muscle to “reboot” and be restored to balance and comfort.

Neuromuscular Therapy

“Neuro” means “associated with the nervous system” and “muscular” relates to muscles. The brain is continually sending signals down to the muscles telling them to contract and relax in order to support our everyday movement. Likewise there are signals that are sent back to the brain from the muscles that inform the brain of necessary changes needed to be made in order to accomplish those everyday movements. Through this feedback the muscles are able to respond to the repetitive environmental and emotional stresses found in everyday life. The communication chain between the brain and muscles can turn into a negative cycle that needs to be “rebooted” just like a computer. Neuromuscular therapy recognizes various gentle ways to restore the normal functioning of the muscles through slow repetitive work. This treatment is very effective to use with muscles that are in discomfort and too sore to use traditional massage pressure, or on tissues that are non-responsive to other methods. Clients find this therapy very relaxing and effective.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is the site-specific application of massage techniques that assist in the rebalancing of an individual’s posture, and supporting their ease of movement. Despite its name, deep tissue therapy does not need to be uncomfortable. In fact, when a muscle is in pain from a practitioner’s pressure that is too deep the muscle’s fibers contract in a protective response that defeats the main purpose of massage therapy, to elongate a muscle, not shorten it. A well-trained massage therapist is always sensitive to the appropriate pressure required to elicit a positive healing response in the muscle fibers. Deep tissue work is patient work. It requires assessing the correct muscles to work with, and the patient persistent techniques to support the health and balance of the joints and muscles.

Couples Massage

Share a relaxing treatment with a spouse or a friend. Couples Massage is offered for two people in the same room, at the same time by two therapists. This is a wonderful treatment to introduce someone to massage for the first time or as a special activity to enjoy together.

 

 

Thanks for visiting our website and checking out our services page. Revelation Massage located in Auburn, Maine serves the greater Lewiston Auburn area including Minot, Turner, Durham, Sabattus, Lisbon, Greene and Poland . We also serve the outlying areas including Litchfield, Buckfield, Hebron and Mechanic Falls. We would love to have you stop by the center for a tour and learn more about the benefits of massage. 

We are very active in our local community. If you would like to sample our services for free please join us at one of our events.

Medical Massage

This service is provided to those clients whose treatments require clinical supervision and coordination. This can include clients who require interface with medical practitioners through the course of treatment. This may also be a client whose case requires oversight by our on staff clinical supervisor in order to ensure rehabilitative progress is being made in the treatment process. Both hands on work and hydrotherapy may be included within this session. Also, due to the purely medical nature of this service there are no tips received by the therapists. The price for this service is $25/ 15 minute unit or $100/hour and is not eligable for discounts of membership pre-payment or payment at time of service.

Thai Bodywork

Thai Bodywork is assisted stretching, skeletal alignment, muscle compression, and totally relaxing. The client remains fully clothed and lies upon a comfortable floor mat. In a typical Thai Bodywork session the client will experience opening of the joints, release of tense muscles, and muscle stretching that you just can't do by yourself. Kathy Moore is our Thai Bodywork Therapist she has years of experience as both a Thai Bodywork Therapist as well as a therapeutic Yoga Instructor.

Revelation Enhancements

Aromatherapy Massage - $5 - Aromatherapy is the practice of using the powerful, natural oils extracted from flowers, bark, stems, leaves, or roots to enhance psychological and physical wellbeing. You and your massage therapist can discuss which essential oil will best address your particular wellness goals, and they will seamlessly incorporate it into your massage.

Foot Soak - $5 - Treat your feet to a relaxing bath and absorb essential oils into your skin for an increased sense of wellbeing, relaxation, and rejuvenation.

Paraffin Hand Treatment - $10 - A natural wax known for its deep moisturizing effect, Paraffin also relieves joint pain and stimulates circulation. Our treatment will soothe tired, overworked hands, leaving them soft and silky.

Deep Heat Muscle Therapy - $10 - Perfect for the athlete or for chronic muscle pain. Tension melts away with a therapeutic use of moist heat and the application of a specially formulated muscle-relaxing serum. Your therapist's work goes deeper and lasts longer as the heat deeply penetrates your muscle problem areas for us to 10 minutes

Scalp and Face Treatment - $10 - Great for the ease and prevention of headaches, lavender and rosemary oils are gently massaged onto your scalp for a deeply moisturizing, relaxing treatment. An anti-aging cream will them be used in a soothing face massage.

Aroma Heat Treatment - $15 - Placed on your body after the application of essential oils, hot towels deepen the therapeutic benefits of the oils, relaxing and rejuvenating mind, body and spirit.

Deluxe Foot Treatment - $15 - Give your tired feet a luxurious experience. Take an essential oil footbath before your massage and enjoy a natural foot exfoliation, hot towels, and a deep moisturizer during your massage.

Hot Stone Massage - $20 - A deeply relaxing treatment, the slow penetrating heat of stones is applied during your massage. Our therapists use smooth, heated stones either as an extension of their own hands or by placing them on the body while they massage other areas. The heat also serves to warm up tight muscles, which allows therapists to work more deeply.

Raindrop Technique - $25 - Raindrop combines the art of aromatherapy with the techniques of massage. Droplets of essential oils are methodically placed on various areas of the body and purposefully massaged into the skin. The treatment helps to alight energy centers of the body and to naturally bring about physical, mental and emotional balance and harmony. Please request this enhancement when booking to ensure we schedule you with a trained Raindrop Therapist.