Restorative yoga is a deeply soothing inward form of yoga where the body is placed in highly therapeutic postures that are
supported with soft bolsters, blocks and cozy blankets while the mind is invited to slow down. The result is a state of relaxation much deeper than traditional sleep. Enjoy this relaxing journey as heated basalt stones are gently placed on the body during these deep soothing restorative poses The heat from the stones gently penetrates into muscles, melting
away layers of physical and emotional tension, allowing you to relax in blissful luxury. Yes… Your clothes stay on!

1-hour private session: $75.00
2-hour private session: $120.00

Please call in to book your hot stone restorative private sessions. They cannot be booked online.

Basalt Stones are results of volcanic eruptions and contain silica and oxygen in combined proportions. Minerals like magnesium and iron present in the stones are also popular for their healing properties. Basalt stones are extremely soft; the have a smooth surface and are free from roughness, making them an ideal tool for massage therapies. Massage with basalt stones helps in reviving and relieving the body tissues and muscles in a comforting way. The stones are associated with the 3rd Chakra of the solar plexus. Basalt stones encourage compassionate detachment, and support anyone who is going the a phase of intense changes.

Promotes deep muscle and tissue relaxation
Assist the body in the detoxification process: hydrating and flushing cells
Heated and cold stones can be extremely effective with sports or over use injuries
Can help sooth anxiety, depression and stress
Assist the person in emotional tranquility, patience and stability
Offer a sense of peace and well-being to the person receiving the massage.
Alleviation of pain

If you have sensitive skin
If you are at any point during your pregnancy, ask your doctor first
If you have blood clot, prone to blood clots, uncontrolled blood pressure, or bruise easily
If you have cancer an are receiving chemotherapy or radiation, inquire with your doctor
If you have diabetes be very cautious and make sure your hot stone therapist uses a lower temperature
If you have varicose veins, hot stone massage should be avoided in the localized area
High blood pressure patients should be cautious and make sure your therapist uses a low temperature for your hot
stone experience.