|Massage Therapy by Kathy Kendall|
You will receive a nurturing and intuitive massage designed to assist you on many levels.
A student of many disciplines, Kathy brings a heartfelt
approach to her work.
Various techniques include:
1/2 Hour Spot Massage $35
1 Hour Full-Body Massage $60
1-1/2 Hour Full-Body Massage $80
COUPLES MASSAGE - 1 Hour Session $120 (1 Hour Session Only)
AROMA THERAPY BATH - 30 Minutes $20
LA STONE THERAPY - 1 Hour Session $80 (3 Hours Notice is needed)
SPA TREATMENTS -
DETOX BATH & MASSAGE - 90 Minutes $90
*MUSTARD BATH - An uplifting and restorative therapeutic bath.
Contains: Mustard Seed Powder, Essential Oils, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Wintergreen and Thyme.
OCEANA BODY POLISH & WRAP - 55 Minutes $70 (Ask for detail)
Kathy's Massage New Treatment
After 3 years of study, I have completed my "Ayurvedic Practitioneirs" training and am offering Ayurvedic Consultations. Ayurveda is the ancient healing art form from India which is over 5,000years old. During the consultation, which lasts from 1.5 to 2 hours, you will receive an in depth analysis of your health history and correct health concerns.
Through pulse & tongue assessment, your body type(dosha) will be determined and recommendations on balancing your body, mind and spirit will be given.
This is done with dietary guidelines, exercise regimes and herbs. The cost is on a sliding scale fee $60.00 to $100.00.
See for yourself what a difference you will feel by implementing Ayurveda into your life !
Re-establish your personal health and well-being using our hot mineral waters and individualized massage therapies!
Certified Massage Therapist
406.741.2283 / 406.741.3461
Kathy's Massage Gift Certificate is now available.
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Had an amazing trip! Just what we needed!
Had an amazing trip! Just what we needed! A trip back in time with no plans away from the fast paced "city life"! Will be back! August 2015 ~ K & J
I have always felt the spirit of loving kindness here. Thank You! February 2015 ~ K + D
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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