Body Work

Massage Modalities    30 Min = R350  /  60 Min = R650  /  90 Min = R900   
Reiki   60 Min = R400    Jin Shin Jyutsu   60 Min = R400

All Massages will incorporate vibration healing before the session starts and again when the session is concluded.  

This is a signature protocol of CodedHealing.

Medical Massage

Medical massage is outcome-based massage, primarily the application of a specific treatment targeted to the specific problem(s) 


Oncology Massage

Oncology massage is the modification of existing massage therapy techniques in order to safely work with complications of cancer and cancer treatment.


The Spurgeon Method™ Breast Massage
  • Breast Mobility Massage 

  • Post-Mastectomy

  • Post-Augmentation/Reduction

  • Healthy Breast


Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage massage is a form of gentle massage that encourages the movement of lymph fluids around the body.  The fluid in the lymphatic system helps remove waste and toxins from the bodily tissues. Some health conditions can cause lymph fluid to build up.



Cranial sacral therapy (CST) is a type of bodywork that relieves compression in the bones of the head, sacrum, and spinal column.


  • Swedish Massage

  • Deep Tissue

  • Trigger Poin

  • Myofascial


Reiki works on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels, thus treating the whole person.

A Reiki practitioner will either place their hands on the recipients body or just above the body. The Life Force Energy - Reiki - will flow through the practitioners hands to the recipient.


Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ) is a gentle form of acupressure therapy that uses light finger pressure over specific points on the body while fully clothed. JSJ restores the flow of energy, which may be blocked due to illness or pain.

Medical Massage Therapist vs.

General Massage Therapist


The work of a medical massage therapist differs from that of a general massage therapist. Medical massage therapists have advanced training and experience that allows them to provide care focused on healing injuries, improving function, or increasing circulation. They typically work in hospitals or clinics, may receive orders from a physician as to the type of massage treatment they should give their patients.

On the other hand, general massage therapists typically work in spas with the main goal to provide relaxation for their clients. They may use similar techniques as a medical massage therapist, and they may even be able to alleviate some pain, too. However, a general massage therapist’s main goal is not treating a medical condition, but rather reducing stress and promoting relaxation for their client.