Massage & Bodywork

Velo du Nord Bodywork Studio is OPEN & changing names in 2023.

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0026Sarah Engen, CMT photo by Jonny Edwin

Swedish Massage

Relaxing Swedish Massage soothes tired muscles and calms the mind with long flowing massage strokes directed towards the heart to improve blood and lymphatic circulation. Light to Medium Pressure.

Facial Acupressure

Experience a session focused on specific facial acupressure work to relieve facial tension and pressure in your sinuses, forehead, and jaw. Hot towels and aromatherapy available. Derived from acupuncture, acupressure is a method that uses physical pressure applied to acupoints throughout the body to rebalance your energy, relieve tension, and improve your overall health.

Deep Tissue/Sports Massage

Enhance your body’s performance with massage focused around recovery or rehabilitation from sports or trauma. By varying pressure, depth, and technique with strategic timing to your training, sports massage can improve range of motion and remove congestion to keep your body running smoothly.

Thai Yoga Bodywork

Thai Yoga Bodywork, also referred to as “lazy man’s yoga,” is an eastern massage style focused on stretching, pulling, and compressing to move the body and release congestion in the body’s energetic pathways. The session takes place on a floor mat while the recipient is wearing comfortable clothing.


Cupping is an alternative therapy originating from early Chinese Medicine that uses suction with glass cups to move stagnation in the body. With the ability to pull out heat, toxins, and increase blood and lymphatic flow, this type of “inverse massage” provides another level of relaxation and pain relief.

Auricular Acupressure with Ear Seeds

Chinese Medicine views the ear as a micro-representation of the body as a whole able to treat a wide variety of symptoms addressed by the stimulation of ear points by the placement of seeds or beads to stimulate specific acupuncture points on the ear.

Heat Therapy & Moxibustion

Sessions include the utilization of heat to aid in circulation by the use heat lamps and the practice of Moxibustion. “Moxa” is a form of heat therapy where Mugwort, an invigorating herb that is compacted to burn like incense, is hovered along the body on specific acupoints.  The intention of heat therapy is to nourish, energize, and invigorate to help strengthen and support the body. Excellent for aches & pains.




Cupping $60 / 30 minutes

Deep Tissue, Massage & Thai Bodywork $150 / 1 hour

(tax not included)

Arkansas Massage Therapist License License No. 9151

Colorado Massage Therapist License No. MT.0018239

Wisconsin Massage and Bodywork License No. 14524 – 146

Studio is Handicap Accessible


UPDATED 12/18/2022