25 Min - $31; 50 Min - $59; 80 Min - $88; 110 Min - $118
A highly therapeutic massage using deeper controlled strokes to decrease muscle tightness and chronic pain.
A customized massage used to reduce the number of sports injuries and increase joint flexibility.
This treatment is highly beneficial for alleviating the common aches and pains brought on by pregnancy and childbirth.
A relaxing, full body massage using long strokes and light to medium pressure.
Ashiatsu Massage is an ancient form of bodywork that uses the bare feet to give a very deep compression to the muscle tissues. This treatment is amazing and provides the client with a deep, relaxing massage.
Developed 2,500 years ago by the physician to the Buddha, Thai Massage effectively releases tension in the muscle and soft tissue, facilitates lymphatic drainage, while rebalancing the body's energy through the meridians. (Please wear comfortable clothing, as you will remain dressed during the session.)
Advanced Level Pricing
Oak Haven Massage utilizes a tiered or adjustable pricing format. Prices vary based on the experience, skill level and training of the individual therapist. 87% of all our therapists are at the Standard Level. You will be notified after your session by your therapist if they follow Advanced Level pricing. Any subsequent visits would be at that level. As always, your first visit to that therapist would be at the Standard Level rate.
Corporate Chair Massage
1 Hour - $89/hour; 2 Hours - $79/hour; 3 Hours or More - $69/hour. Oak Haven Massage can make our licensed professional therapists available to your office or business for corporate chair massage. We can bring a portable massage chair to your work place to provide stress relieving treatment to your employees.
Transportation to your office or workplace
All equipment set up on site
Fully licensed, trained and insured therapists
Chair Massage is Excellent For
Client Thank You
For every session we allow ten minutes for consultation with your therapist and changing.
Shaun R. Gifford
Shaun R. Gifford
Shaun R. Gifford is a 1998 graduate of Northwestern Health Science University. He graduated with a Doctorate of Chiropractic, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology. His undergraduate work was done at Brigham Young University-Idaho, with an Associate of Science degree in pre-medicine in 1994. He has been in practice for over 15 years & is experienced in traditional chiropractic adjustments including using computerized assessment & adjustments of the spine, massage therapy, rehabilitation exercises & nutritional assessments. He is a contributing author for Optimal Wellness, Whiplash Trauma & Treatment, & Pro Adjuster Lifestyle. Dr. Gifford is married with 2 beautiful girls & 1 active little boy. He has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America & earned his Eagle Scout award in 1983. He spent two years in Florida on an intensive mission trip. He enjoys being in the outdoors, hunting, fishing, hiking, paintballing & camping. Dr. Gifford was born in Idaho, graduated from high school in Lake Havasu City, Arizona & has spent the last 18 years in Minnesota.
Brief Chiropractic Visit
2-5 Minute Treatment
Designed for Regular Health Maintenance
Perfect for before or after your massage
Extended Chiropractic Visit Visit
For specific problems and pain patterns
10-15 minute treatment
Includes soft tissue work on tendons, ligaments and muscle trigger points that are often the cause of pain.
Why Chiropractic Care?
Chiropractic can help alleviate a number of chronic pain patterns including:
Headaches and Migraines
Neck, Shoulder and Arm Pain
Numbness and Tingling
Backaches & Disc problems
Hip, Leg, Knee and Foot Pain
Sciatica & Pinched Nerves
Tight muscles and Stiff Joints
Tendonitis & Tennis Elbow
Athletic, Work and Auto Injuries
High Blood Pressure
Asthma & Allergies
Stress & Fatigue
Frequently Asked Questions
What Happens on My First Visit?
When you first arrive you will complete a brief health history form. The treatment will then be performed after the Chiropractor review this information with you to ensure that your visit is as comfortable and effective as possible.
What is the difference between a Brief and Extended Visit?
A Brief Visit involves manipulation of the spine and or extremities to help relieve minor pain and discomfort. This typically takes no more than 2-3 minutes. The Extended Visit is recommended for a significant problem or pain pattern. In addition to the joints, the Extended Visit will address the muscles and soft tissue and takes approximately 15 minutes.
Will I be sore?
Usually there is no soreness. On occasion, you may have some mild discomfort for a day or two following the treatment. This is very similar to going to the gym for the first time and feeling sore afterward.
How often do I need to come in?
For brief visits you can come in as often as you like. Once a week or once per month are common. For specific conditions and pain patterns, it may take 3-6 visits to fully resolve the problem.
Are there any exercises I can do?
Some exercises can be helpful while others can actually do more harm than good. If you would like some specific training, it is recommended to schedule an Extended Visit.