We’re doing something different at Simpy Health Salt Spa. You'll want to experience our difference. At Simply Health, all of our massages include "the works."
Each massage includes:
- Halotherapy, each massage takes place in one of our state-of-the-art Himalayan Salt Rooms
- warm massage table all while listening to soothing music
- hot organic tea from our tea bar or alkaline water to hydrate your body
During the massage, you will be breathing air that is saturated with 84 minerals and elements.
Swedish/Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, CranioSacral,
(Myofascial Release which is best described as addressing restrictions that lie in connective tissues to alleviate pain and dysfunction by releasing the root of the problem. It is a very gentle therapy with profound results.)
60 minute sessions / $80
90 minute sessions / $110
Consider a 15 minute Jade Massage Bed session before a massage to get the body warmed up and relaxed. $10
Consider adding the BioMat into the massage to add additional healing benefits. $40
To schedule an appointment, please call Simply Health Salt Spa at 814.954.7731.
Beth Shafranko, LMT, a licensed massage therapist, graduated in 1999 from Mt. Nittany Institute of Massage having completed 650 hours of massage technique studies. She has furthered her technique work in trigger point in Ithaca NY and Myofascial Release through Advanced Trainings of Colorado. Having completed all levels through Advanced classes of the Upledger Institute she acts as a Teaching Assistant in those levels as well as offering CranioSacral sessions to clients.
Barbara Newell, MA, LMT completed the Mt. Nittany Institute of Health massage therapy intensive training in 2005. She entered this field as counterpoint to her tech-neck from constant computer use (and now enjoys helping techie clients too). Myofascial, Swedish, other modalities, and a sense of presence are what she uses to accomplish a muscle releasing and pain reducing meditative massage. Barbara keeps professional perspective by researching health and eco-related issues and writes and reviews massage therapy articles. She also teaches meditation and movement, studies yoga and dances.