Therapeutic Massage, Bodywork, &

Energywork Sessions


Therapeutic Massage

From deep tissue to deep relaxation, your experienced massage therapist will tailor your session to suit your needs. Techniques such as Swedish, sports massage, deep tissue, trigger point and other modalities may be used. Each therapist has different specialties and styles, please read about them on our Staff Page or call us for a recommendation.

30 minutes – $40            90 minutes – $90

60 minutes – $65           120 minutes – $120

New Clients:  JUST $49 for your first 60 min massage! – (intro deal only on a 60 min)


Add an Infrared Sauna

to any Massage Session for just $15

(Subject to availability, please call to request

Sauna ahead of your massage appointment)



Prenatal Massage

A wonderful, safe and effective way to relax, increase your energy and relieve discomfort during your pregnancy; massage can also be something special for you when so much of your attention is on the baby to come.  Pregnancy cushions are used to comfort and support your body. This massage is only available to women in their 2nd and 3rd trimesters (after 12 weeks of pregnancy).

60 minutes – $65       90 minutes – $90

New Clients:  $49 for your first 60 min session!

Couples Massage

Enjoy a relaxing massage with someone special in a beautiful room for two!  Please call to arrange in advanced, appointment times are limited.

 60 minutes – $135

 90 minutes – $ 185

 Raindrop Technique® Massage

Raindrop Technique-is a powerful, non-invasive technique utilizing the antiviral, antibacterial, anti-flammatory action of several key essential oils to assist in maintaining normal spinal curvature. It reduces inflammation, supports the immune system, relaxes stressed muscles, balances energy, lifts the spirit, restores calm, relieves body and joint discomfort. The essential oils are applied to feet and spine. Raindrop is a very gentle therapy and offers you the opportunity to completely relax while improving your well-being on all levels.

60 minutes – $90

Jin Shin Jyutsu 

Jin Shin Jyutsu is a Japanese healing art that balances body, mind & spirit by using our hands. For the body to be healthy, energy needs to flow freely. When there is a energy blockage because of our hurried lifestyle, environmental issue or heredity, the energy gets blocked. This pattern will cause disharmony or disease. To harmonize the energy in the body, we apply our hands to specific locations on the body. This allows for blocked energy to once again flow freely. When all the energy is flowing in harmony, there is a sense of well-being and happiness.

60 minutes – $65

Corrective Movement Therapy

Restore functional movement

This therapy provides treatment using the protocol for corrective physical function from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).This is a 90 min session beginning with an assessment to determine the primary inhibitors to free functional movement.  The session continues by providing treatment to release tense and overactive muscle groups, followed by lengthening underactive or non- moveable muscle groups to improve range of motion.  The next phase is to identify muscle groups that require activation to strengthen and increase activity where it is needed.  The session will end with a home plan on how to integrate the work and assessments of the treatment. Depending on the results of the session, shorter follow up sessions for release, activation and integration may be necessary.This therapy is adapted to each individual’s current physical abilities.    As you gain understanding of how and why your body has developed dysfunctional movement patterns you also gain the strength and ability to restore better functional movement. Sessions are offered by Vickey Schmadeka.  Vickey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical movement and is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Corrective Exercise Specialist, as well as, Unity In Motion movement therapy. These sessions and this information will enhance other activities you may participate in by increasing your awareness of your contraction patterns and give you the knowledge and ability to change them.

First Session 90 minutes – $90 Follow-up Sessions 30 minutes – $40/ 60 minute $65

Cranio Sacral Therapy

Cranial Sacral Therapy is a very gentle method of manipulating the body’s craniosacral system (consisting of thin membranes and cerebrospinal fluid which surrounds and protects the brain and spinal cord), in an attempt to improve the function of the central nervous system, dissipate the negative effects of stress, enhance health and resistance to disease.


60 minutes – $70

 Polarity Therapy

Polarity Therapy is a powerful approach to health and well-being. The Polarity Principle works on the assumption that there is life energy and that disease results when our life energy is blocked or is out of balance. The free flow of life energy is necessary for health. The aim of Polarity Therapy is to correct imbalances in the energy flow and enable the body’s self-healing systems to operate effectively.

Energetic patterns do not always release with muscle massage. The work has to go beyond where the pattern gets repeated in order to facilitate a shift. By going deeper into stress patterns, the body’s unconscious holding patterns are released.

As a component of the polarity approach, guidance in diet changes, methods to release trauma and other suggestions may be recommended as messages from the client’s energy field supplies information to the experienced practitioner.

Polarity complements massage and it often facilitates a deep, spiritual and emotional change resulting from the awareness of energy. Often, deep and lasting changes can occur. Usually, a deep meditative state is achieved during a Polarity session.

60 min – $70

  Our Wellness  Space

At Body Calm we have created a beautiful and comfortable studio space for you to relax completely and allow your thoughts (and your knots) melt away.  We have quality linens, aromatherapy available, soft music and lighting,  a heated massage table and hot towels and stones are available to enhance your experience.

Having massages regularly can reduce stress, chronic pain and muscle soreness from injury or fIMG_0183rom everyday life. Massage can also help improve sleep and enhance your mood by increasing serotonin and oxytocin levels in your body.   Come and spend an hour or more on the table a feel the difference a great massage can make in your life!

Massage is not a luxury, it is an important part of maintaining  your body and mind’s health and well-being; when it feels luxurious, that is just a bonus!

By appointment only: Call/Text or email for more information:  208-914-0910 or

Benefits of Massage:
  • Reduces overall stress and anxiety
  • Improves circulation
  • Boosts immune system function
  • Raises serotonin levels, a natural anti-depressant
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Reduces levels of stress hormones in the body
  • Relieves tight and stiff muscles
  • Helps your body release toxins
  • Improves mind-body connection
  • Improves posture
  • Helps to manage pain naturally
  • Improves flexibility and range of motion

Making The Most of Your Massage:

The most important thing to remember is that  this is YOUR massage!  This is your time to unwind and unplug.  Be kind to yourself and remember to switch off you phone.

If there is anything that will make your experience more enjoyable, don’t hesitate to say so.  Whether if you are feeling too warm or cold, the pressure is too light or too deep, the music volume is not to your liking; please let your therapist know.

BREATHE.  Take nice full breaths throughout your session and allow yourself to tune out by focusing on your breath, the music, and on your therapist touch.

Massage FAQs:

Is massage supposed to be painful?

No. The saying “No pain, no gain!” does not apply in massage therapy.  Muscle tightness is best addressed when you are relaxed and breathing fully.  Some of the most effective relief from pain or tight muscles can come from a very gentle touch.

When too much pressure is used, the body has a tendency to tense up to defend and guard against the painful feeling, which is contrary to the therapeutic intention of the massage.  This is why it is very important to communicate clearly during a massage if you feel like your therapist is working too deeply.   During deep tissue massage you can experience some pain or discomfort when the therapist is working to break up adhesions in the muscles.  Breathe deeply and exhale fully and always make sure that you are with in your comfort range, otherwise, please speak up, you will not offend your therapist.

What do I wear during the massage?

While for many a massage is best enjoyed fully undressed, some people choose to only partially undress.  Wearing clothes can sometimes restrict work in an area that may be beneficial to address, but work through clothing can also be effective.  The most important thing is that you feel comfortable and relaxed.  The therapist will always leave the room for you to undress and get onto the table in private.  During the massage you will always be covered by a sheet, except for the area being worked on, to ensure your warmth and comfort.

Can I talk during the massage?

You are of course welcome to talk during a massage, but should know that it can be much more beneficial and enjoyable to just relax and quiet you mind. Your therapist is concentrating on your body and your experience; they do not need to be “entertained”.  This is your time, so you can make it as quiet or as conversational as you wish.

What if I have to use the restroom during a massage?

You may stop a massage at any time if you need to relieve yourself, it happens! It is very hard to relax when you have to go, so just tell you therapist.  It is of course better to go beforehand to avoid interrupting your session.

Will I be sore after a massage?  Sometimes after a deep massage you can experience a little soreness 1-2 days afterwards.  It is important to hydrate by drinking a lot of water after any bodywork.  This helps to flush toxins that are released from the muscles during massage to help to prevent soreness.  Sometimes after deep, specific work your therapist might advise you to use ice on the area to help prevent potential tenderness.