massageFeeling stressed out? Tight or sore? Out of sorts or unbalanced? Working too hard? Treat yourself to a healing arts session! Healing arts are an important and integral component of health and wellness. More than a luxury, these sessions will soothe away the stress and strain of everyday living. Our skilled therapists bring a wealth of training and life experience and all modalities are designed to cultivate deep relaxation and balance.

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy involves the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body for therapeutic effect. Our nationally certified therapists employ a wide range of hands-on techniques which can help to reduce and prevent stress and tension as well as to ease discomfort of injuries or chronic conditions. Massage is helpful in the treatment of headaches, back and neck pain, athletic injuries, bursitis, sciatica, tendonitis, arthritis, fibromyalgia, face and jaw syndrome (TMJ), insomnia and cleansing the body of toxins.

 Session Length

 General Members

Spa Members


30 min.




45 min.




60 min.




90 min.




Swedish Massage

Light to medium pressure helps to relieve stress, reduce pain, boost mood and promote relaxation. Primary goal of Swedish massage is to relax the entire body.

Benefits are to improve circulation and flexibility while easing tension. For more information, call 585-461-2000

  • Mary Jean Audin: ext. 820
  • Judy Barrow: ext. 846
  • Jim Nonnemacher: ext. 838
  • Mark Roos ext. 884
  • Holly Tronolone: ext. 883
  • Cherie Mazzenga: ext. 844

Deep Tissue (Sports)

Deep tissue massage is meant to work superficial all the way to deep muscles. The deeper pressure helps to release chronic muscle tension. Deep tissue massage is ideal for those who suffer from chronic pain and limited mobility due to athletic training.

Benefits include increased flexibility, reduced fatigue, improved endurance and prevention of injuries. For more information, call 585-461-2000

  • Jim Nonnemacher: ext. 838
  • Judy Barrow: ext. 846
  • Mark Roos: ext. 884

Chair Massage

Works specifically on the back, neck and shoulders while you are fully clothed. Located in the hallway outside the Women's Spa.

Monday-Friday 10:30a-12:30p

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2p-4p

Tuesday, Thursday 2p-5p
Other times on request Call Cherie Mazzenga, ext. 844, to schedule other times.

Fees: 10 min. $10; 15 min. $15



An ancient hands-on healing technique. Reiki (pronounced RAY-key) infuses the body with a concentrated amount of vital life force energy, helping to restore balance and harmony on all levels: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Recipient relaxes on a massage table, fully clothed, while therapist places her hands gently and lightly on the body. Recipient feels warmth, comfort and relaxation.

For more information, call Dylan Mariah, 585-461-2000 ext. 833

Fees: 1 hour: $70; Member discounted fee $60
3 sessions: $185; Member discounted fee $155

Craniosacral Therapy

Using light pressure and gentle traction of the cranial bones and sacrum, the therapist helps to improve the functioning of the central nervous system by locating and releasing restrictions and imbalances in the craniosacral system. This helps to encourage, support and enhance the body's natural healing processes.

For more information, call Holly Tronolone, 585-461-2000 ext. 883 Fee: See Massage fees

Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is a very specific stretching technique applied to the fascia (muscle coverings), muscles and other soft tissues for the purpose of:

  • restoring or enhancing normal mobility
  • increasing flexibility
  • reducing pain
  • improving function.

For more information, call 585-461-2000.

  • Mary Jean Audin ext. 820
  • Judy Barrow ext. 846
  • Holly Ring Tronolone ext. 883