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Arnica Therapeutic offers Integrated Massage Therapy and Manual Osteopathic Therapy with a variety of excellent add-ons to enhance your healing and experience. 

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Registered Massage Therapy

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We use a combination of therapeutic massage and advanced fascial techniques to reach every layer of connective tissue. This can include manual myofascial release, static and dynamic cupping, relaxation massage techniques, fascial stretching, and much more. Each treatment is individualized to fit the client's needs. 

60 minutes: $90

90 minutes: $145

120 minutes: $195

This service offers direct billing for most insurance companies.

Arnica Infusion

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$10 add-on 

Arnica Therapeutic coined its name from the Arnica flower. Arnica Asteraceae is a medicinal herb native to the rocky mountains. As an oil or emulsified gel, Arnica has the properties to soothe aching muscles and helps ease the pain of osteoarthritis. When integrated into massage therapy, these properties are enhanced and multiplied. 

All add-ons are booked in the intake process. 

(COMING SOON) Oils Infusion

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Essential oils integrated into the treatment process. The oils are individualized based on the clients needs and preferences. Oils offered are: peppermint, lavender, frankincense, lemongrass, and arnica.  

All add-ons are booked in the intake process. 

Manual Osteopathic Therapy


Manual Osteopathic Therapy is the gentle treatment of dysfunction throughout the body. 

Initial Assessment: $125

75 minutes

This is the first step for all clients new to Arnica Therapeutic and interested in Manual Osteopathic Therapy. 

Follow-up Treatment: $110

60 minutes

An individualized treatment following the initial assessment. 



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Suction cups are applied to the skin in various ways to treat tight fascia. 

(COMING SOON) Hot/Cold Stone 

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Enjoy both the arnica and hot/cold stone add-on. 

All add-ons are booked in the intake process. 

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