Rates & Services

​*​Now enjoy your massage even more by adding an Infrared Sauna Treatment​*


The following is a list and brief explanation of the different massage services provided here at Rose Petals.

NS – indicates non-specialty;  S – indicates specialty.

*Please note – there are no refunds for any services. These can be applied to any other services for the price that you paid. The amount you paid will not expire.

Non-Specialty Massages

Please note, spa style is an additional $25.

Specialty Massages

Non-Spa style: No essential oils, hot/cold towels, hot/cold stones.

Add Spa Style: Add essential oils, hot/cold towels, hot/cold stones for $25 to original price (or build your own)


This form of treatment looks at treating the whole person using a variety of technique to help you feel more relaxed. This treatment is built to help you heal your mind, body, and spirit.

Similar to Swedish Massage, but more pressure is used. This technique is useful for more toxin release. (S)

Technique in which the infants muscles are rubbed and lightly stroked. ​(NS)

The use of Static Pressure on specific points to relieve pain. (S)

Encompasses multiple techniques that the therapist deems necessary to help the client. (S)

Also known as a Pregnancy Massage, this technique is designed to relieve pain for expecting mothers. (NS)

Technique designed to help the elderly with blood flow, pain relief, and increased range of motion. (NS)

Similar to acupuncture, but fingers are used on the same points instead of needles. (S)

Technique where stretching is used to increase range of motion, and relieve pain. (S)

Light, sustained pressure massage, used to relax constricted muscles and stimulate blood and lymphatic flow (S)

Trigger Points are small areas in the muscles that cause pain to radiate to other parts of the body. This technique releases those points to bring relief. (S)

Pressure on specific points on the hands and feet to relieve pain. (S)

Light pressure technique, used to encourage the lymph nodes to drain, releasing toxins from tissue. (S)

General Massage, developed in Sweden. (NS)

This Technique, a cupped hand, or the tips of the fingers are used in a rhythmic manner. (NS)

Light pressure technique, used to loosen up muscles, to prepare them for deeper tissue massage. (NS)

Heated stones are laid on the muscles, to relax them before or after working the tissue. (S)

Fragrant essential oils are used during the massage to promote relaxation and well-being. (S)

Massage where two people are worked on simultaneously by two therapists. (S, NS)

Two Therapists massage the client simultaneously. ​(S, NS)

Chair massage is designed to give easy access to the head, neck, shoulders and back. (S, NS)