Hours & Services


No Knots’ Wellness Center Treatment Hours:

Massage and bodywork treatments are available by appointment only. Gift Certificate sales and Gift Shop sales can be done during the Gift Shop & Office Hours listed below. (Or by appointment.)


Monday: 8:00am until 5:00pm  (On-site Massage only)

Tuesday:  7:00am until 6:00pm

Wednesday: 7:00am until 6:00pm

Thursday: 9:00am until 6:00pm

Friday: 7:00am until 6:00pm

Saturday: 11:00am until 4:00pm

In-Home sessions are now available on Mondays only.  



No Knots Gift Shop & Office Hours:

Sunday-Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: 11:00 until 6:00pm

Friday: 11:00 until 6:00pm

Saturday: 11:00-4:00




Techniques offered

No Knots Professional Massage & Bodywork, Inc. offers a variety of massage techniques to suit each individuals needs. Most massage treatments combine different types of massage in order to work with the current condition of each person’s body.

Swedish Massage: A lighter more flowing massage technique that helps increase the blood flow as well as relax the body. It is said to “soothe the soul.”

Pregnancy Massage: Includes stretches and exercises to decrease the level of pain before giving birth and while in labor. It also stimulates movement in the fetus and increases nutritional flow to the child.

Deep Tissue Massage: A type of massage that works the muscles more intensely. The strokes are much harder and are used more for healing than relaxation.

Intuitive Reiki Energetic Healing is a form of energy work used to release emotional and physical blockages from the auric field, physical body and the energetic pathways of it. Reiki is a form of intuitive healing that utilizes the vibrational field that each person is surrounded by and contains.  The charge for this service is the same as a body massage.

Geriatric Massage deals strictly with seniors aging from 60 years or older. The strokes are usually more gentle and there is less stretching than other techniques.

Infant Massage is used for infants or early toddlers and with the assistance of the parents. It helps the parents understand the body language of the child.

Trigger Point Therapy uses specific points to release excessive amounts of pressure, pain or toxins from the body.

Integrated Massage Techniques are a combination of body reading, breath work, Swedish-Esalen massage as well as other modes of massage techniques.

Acupressure is an ancient Chinese technique that studies the bodies Chi (natural energy.) The body has acupressure points that affect different parts of the body. By pressing these points, muscle tension subsides and the muscle relaxes.

Reflexology is the use of points on the hands and feet to stimulate healthy function of the organs of the body. This treatment can be done as an add-on service or a full hour or half hour treatment. The cost for an add-on treatment will be your regular massage rate plus $1 per minute (up to 15 minutes). For a full hour hand and foot treatment it is $73 and for a half hour foot treatment it is $40.

Myofascial Release is a hands-on technique seeks to free the body from the grip of tight connective tissue, thus restoring normal alignment and function and reducing pain. Using their hands, therapists apply mild, sustained pressure to gently stretch and soften the fascia

Basic Aromatherapy is the use of one or two scents to relax the body, stimulate the senses or to release toxins. Some of the aromas that can be used will include lavender, tea tree, Eucalyptus and lemongrass. This treatment is an add-on service. The cost for this treatment is your regular massage rate plus $5 for one scent or $8 for a blend.