Massage Services

Why Massage?
Are you seeking an oasis in the midst of your hectic schedule? Try massage! There are many reasons why massage is beneficial, including stress relief, immune system support, relief of chronic pain, and the improvement of athletic performance.

Can’t find time to fit it in? Try a 10 or 15 minute chair massage to relieve neck and shoulder tension!

About the Therapist

Sarah Blake Alison has been practicing massage in Harrisonburg for four years. She graduated from The Shenandoah Valley School of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in 2010, and is both state and nationally certified. She is also a 2006 graduate of EMU. In addition to providing massage, she works at The Sole Source, a specialty shoe store in Harrisonburg, where she assists customers with finding shoes to help address foot, knee, hip and back pain.

Services Provided

Sarah currently specializes in Swedish massage, which uses fluid strokes to increase circulation and promote relaxation, Deep Tissue massage, which uses firm pressure on specific muscles to relieve chronic pain and rehabilitate injuries, and Myofascial Release, which addresses restrictions in connective tissue, restoring mobility and flexibility. She also provides chair massage, which is a fast and effective way to relieve tension in the neck, shoulders, head, arms and hands while the client remains fully clothed and is seated in a specially designed massage chair.

Schedule

Sarah is available in the Weaver Wellness Suite on Wednesdays 9 am – 5 pm & Fridays 9 am – 6 pm.

Please call 540-432-4308 (x4308 on campus) or email (sarah.alison@emu.edu) to schedule an appointment. Walk-ins welcome!

Rates

Table Massage:

For EMU students, faculty, and staff:
30 minutes – $30
60 minutes – $50
90 minutes – $70

General public – add $5 to above rates.

Chair Massage:

For EMU students, faculty and staff and for general public:
10 minutes – $10
15 minutes – $15

Cash, check, and credit card accepted.

Gift certificates available!

Want to learn more about massage and how it might benefit you? Feel free to stop by for a brochure, or call or email for more information: sarah.alison@emu.edu