Welcome to AtinamA

Specializing in massage tailored to your individual needs in a space designed for your comfort and peace of mind.


Tues / WED / FRI: 11AM-8PM

SAT / SUN: 12Pm-7pm


Registered Massage Therapy

Deep Tissue / Pain Management

Sports Massage / Injury Recovery

Pre & Post Natal Massage

Relaxation / Stress Management

Aromatherapy Lymphatic Drainage

ayurvedic THERAPY

Prakriti / Constitution Analysis

Abhyanga / Oleation Massage

Marma Point Therapy

Foot Reflexology

Crystal Chakra Balancing

How often Should I be getting a Massage ?

Do you work out regularly?

Do you sit at a desk for 6 hours (or more) a day? 

Are you pregnant?

Are you experiencing pain on a regular basis? 

Are you as flexible as you would like to be? 

Are you as vibrant or energized as you wish to be?

The short of the story is, we all need massage for a lot of different reasons.  That’s why I chose this profession- I wanted to help everyone feel better in their body and mind, and massage is one of the fastest ways to get results.

As a massage therapist for the past four years I have seen and treated a variety ailments.  The following suggestions are a result of seeing first-hand how regular massage therapy can be of great benefit to a person's quality of life:

- Massage is recommended once a month as a maintenance plan to help you prevent injury, increase overall energy, and alleviate the day to day knots and kinks.  Those who work long hours at a computer desk should receive massage at least once a month to prevent poor posture, increase circulation to the lower legs and buttocks, and reduce tension in the upper back, neck, and jaw.

- Massage is recommended once every two to three weeks if you are pregnant, training hard at the gym, or if you spend a lot of time on your feet.

- Massage is recommended once a week if you are experiencing acute pain, frequent headaches, anxiety, depression, or if you are overcoming an injury.  Frequent treatments of a shorter duration (30min or 45min) are very effective in eliminating acute pain or injury.

Package Rates are Available. See Rates for more details.