Massage has returned to service!

Here are a few things that are different to keep in mind.

  • We are currently offering 30- minute massage appointments only. 

  • We have added 15 minutes of time in between appointments to allow for appropriate disinfecting protocols. 

  • As always, payments are required in advance and can be made in person or over the phone. Standard cancellation policies apply. 
  • All members will be screened upon entering the building -- please plan to arrive early to begin massage on time. 

Massage Therapists and clients will do the following:  

  • Wash hands before and after the massage session. 

  • Wear masks during the massage session.  This includes when clients are face down on the massage table. 

Massage Therapists will do the following:  

  • Change all linens and disinfect the table, face cradle, bolsters, and floor below the face cradle in between each massage. 
  • Follow a regular cleaning schedule utilizing disinfecting cleaners that meet EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV2, the virus that causes COVID-19, to clean other high touch surfaces (door handles, faucets, etc.) 

To book a massage you can reach out to Kim Turk directly or call the front desk at 919.660.6660 during normal business hours.

If you have further questions please contact Mike Tuggle via email here.

Massage can improve overall health, enhance fitness training, reduce pain, aid in rehabilitation, and promote relaxation. For this reason, many physicians now prescribe massage therapy for their patients -- and some health insurers now cover it. Our Massage Therapists offer many types of bodywork, with each technique providing unique benefits.

menu of services

Deep Tissue

For chronic and acute injuries.  Deep, specific manipulation of target muscles to release tension and decrease pain.


Firm, but gentle pressure to improve the circulation, ease muscle aches and tension, improve flexibility and create a sense of relaxation.

Trigger Point

For referred and long-term chronic pain.  Loosens microscopic muscle spasms (knots) that can send pain throughout the body. Direct pressure is used on the specific area of concern.


Focus on stretching and freeing muscles and the surrounding fascia to facilitate healing and movement.


Assists in preparing the athlete both pre and post-event to enhance performance.  Stretching, warming, and flushing stroked are employed.

Muscle Release

A unique injury therapy that combines compression, extension, movement, and breathing for relief of pain. This method can aid in the break-up of scar tissue lengthening of muscle and restoration of muscle memory.

Scar Tissue

Use of two primary techniques for breaking up scar tissue. One technique uses cross-fiber friction and the other uses a slow, gentle myofascial movement to release and realign the tissue.


A specially trained therapist provides massage to clients during or after cancer treatments. We co-create a session with your input about chemotherapy, radiation, pain medications, lymph removal and level of comfort. Special bolstering techniques, caution with any site of tumor activity or implants and a caring touch will help create a healing environment.

Lymphatic fluid balancing

This bodywork is gentle and aids movement of excess lymphatic fluid or edema out of the body, especially useful for lymphedema due to breast cancer surgery. Lymphatic massage can be a complete session or can be added as part of a regular massage. 


Effective at immediate pain reduction under specific circumstances.  Utilizes a specialized tape to reduce muscle fatigue, inflammation, and pain, correct posture, adjust joint misalignment, and protect muscles from further injury.

For many people, a massage is a form of stress management or a way to become more connected to their bodies. If you have a medical condition, such as fever, infection, cancer, or severe respiratory disease, please check with our massage coordinator before scheduling a session.

Booking appointments

We have moved to new software as of 2/11/2020 & all appointments are made at the front desk, in person or by phone, or with the provider directly. We will be phasing in more options such as an app & online service member portal (here but not serving massage --Yet!) in the coming months. Give us a call if you need any assistance at 919.660.6660.

Member Massage Pricing

30 Minute Massages

Single Half Hour Session $43

Package of 6 Half Hour Sessions $237

Package of 12 Half Hour Sessions $465

60 Minute Massages

Single Hour Session $70

Package of 6 Hour Sessions $390

Package of 12 Hour Sessions $761

90 Minute Massages

90 Minute Massage Session $102

Package of 6 - 90 Minute Massage Sessions $562


With Massage $5

Stand Alone Service $15

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Non-Member Massage Pricing

30 Minute Massages

Single Half Hour Session $51

Package of 6 Half Hour Sessions $286

Package of 12 Half Hour Sessions $536

60 Minute Massages

Single Hour Session $83

Package of 6 Hour Sessions $466

Package of 12 Hour Sessions  $872

90 Minute Massages

90 Minute Massage Session $120

Package of 6 - 90 Minute Massage Sessions $679


With Massage $5

Stand Alone service $15

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