Services and Fees

Massage Rescue LLC does not accept or bill insurance and full payment is expected at the time of service. We accept cash, check, or credit/debit cards (Visa, Master Card, Amex, and Discover). If you are paying with cash please have exact change. Returned check fees may be charged according to Florida law. All massage treatment are provided at my office location.


New client first massage treatment60 minute Session:  $100.00

All new clients on their first visit will be asked to complete important paper work regarding their current and past health history. Records are maintained confidentially and stored securely. The only exceptions are when either you give written consent for release of your records (for example to another health care provider), or if my office is compelled by a court order.

Your first visit will include a pre-treatment consultation during which we will discuss your health history and your expectations for the massage treatment. If necessary, physical assessments may be performed which are intended to help design an appropriate massage treatment for your needs. I can also address any questions or concerns you may have about the treatment. Your massage treatment will be 1 hour however, your total stay during this first appointment may be about 90 minutes.


Single Session Office Fees:

After your first visit, all follow up massage appointments are priced as follows:

  • 60 minute treatment: $85.00
  • 75 minute treatment: $105.00
  • 90 minute treatment: $125.00

Additional treatment time is prorated at $20 per 15 minutes. All fees subject to change with out notice.

About Massage Services…

I have a manual therapy “tool kit” that I use to help my clients relieve muscular tension, stress, improve joint range of motion, and reduce the experience of pain. So to help deliver your expected treatment outcome, your session may include the use of any single one, or combination of modalities listed below…

  • Classic massage
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Trigger Point/Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Passive and active joint range of motion
  • Active Isolated Stretching (Mattes method)