All sessions utilize a massage table. You remain fully clothed, and it's best to wear loose, comfortable clothing so you feel relaxed. Please drink plenty of water prior to your appointment so that you are well hydrated. Please leave all jewelry and any other valuable items at home. For facial skin care services, please remove all jewelry from any facial piercings.


Skin Care


Regular or Deep Exfoliation


Skin care products are selected for your skin type. Customized sessions include cleansing, steam, exfoliation, extractions as needed, enzyme peel or other specialty mask, light therapy and moisturizer. Sessions include modified Thai foot massage.

Back Facial



Skin care products are selected for your skin type and focused on acne and/or congestion. Customized sessions include cleansing, steam/cool mist, exfoliation, extractions as needed, mask, light therapy and moisturizer.





MDB applies mild abrasion to the skin to remove dead cells on the top dull layer of skin, helping to improve tone, texture, and brightness (not for sensitive skin or rosacea). Skin care products are selected for your skin type. Customized sessions include cleansing, steam, mask and moisturizer. Sessions include modified Thai foot massage.


When booking a session, you are agreeing to office policies.


Indian Head Massage

Coming Soon


A part of Ayurvedic health care, IHM focuses on the parts of the body that are most prone to tension and stress: the scalp, face, neck, arms, shoulders, and upper back. It combines various massage strokes and acupressure points on the head and upper back. Sessions close with modified Thai foot massage.

Thai Foot Massage



Thai Foot Massage combines the healing benefits of reflexology with the benefits of therapeutic massage. TFM is relaxing and energizing and utilizes acupressure. It includes working the calf and knee, so please wear shorts or clothing which can be easily raised above the knees.


When booking a session, you are agreeing to office policies.

Additional Services


Salt therapy involves inhaling air with tiny salt particles to improve your breathing. Halotherapy is considered an alternative therapy for lung problems such as asthma, bronchitis, and cough. Add a salt room experience to your skin care session. Halotherapy can be added to any session and lasts approximately 20 minutes.

Light Therapy
Included With Skin Care Sessions


Red light affects the outer layer of skin, stimulating collagen proteins, making skin look smoother and fuller. It is also thought to reduce inflammation and improve circulation, giving a healthier glow. Blue light targets oil glands, for fewer acne breakouts. It can also kill acne-causing bacteria beneath the skin, which helps treat severe acne pimples.


About Facials
Who should not have a facial? Those with facial rashes, bruises or swelling, abrasions or broken skin, cold sores, sunburns, during chemotherapy, taking medications which may affect skin sensitivity or integrity, or having recent scar tissue (less than six months old).
What should you not do before a facial? Do not use skincare treatments or products which could irritate your skin two to three days before a facial – that means no toners, exfoliants, new products, or acne treatments. Products with vitamin C and retinol should be avoided, as well as direct sunlight and high heat.
How often should you get a facial? Experts advise getting a professional facial once every four to six weeks, as it takes new skin cells about four weeks to generate – and you want to wait for your new skin turnover before your next session.

There are some typical adverse effects which some individuals may develop after a facial:


● The most typical side effects of a facial are redness and blotchy skin, which can be possibly related to the exfoliation pressure and any extractions or allergies to products used during the procedure.


● Exfoliation may leave the skin feeling dry and sensitive.


● Extractions can result in small wounds and slight bleeding.


● Bacteria on the surface of the skin can be introduced into the underlying layers of the skin during a facial, typically causing post-facial outbreaks.


Facial Aftercare
● Try to avoid washing your face the same day after you get a facial – the best facials need to soak into your skin.
● Allow your skin to recuperate by not wearing makeup or using any other products for one or two days following a facial.
● Avoid dryness by using a mild, fragrance-free moisturizer.
● Avoid sun exposure after a facial, as UV rays can further aggravate the skin.

Arizona Reflexology Association

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