LET'S TALK ABOUT YOU

My treatments are personalized and specialized to YOUR specific ailments and needs. I don’t do walk-ins because then it’s just a massage. My treatment sessions are planned out ahead of time, just for you. If you would like, I am happy to speak with you before you schedule your first session to discuss your plan and how we want to go about tackling it. 

ADDRESS

4900 Highway 169 N

Suite 104

New Hope, Minnesota 

55428

CONTACT

Tel:

612.564.2831 

Email: 

travis@newlinemassageandwellness.com

HOURS

All sessions are booked by appointment only. NewLine does not take walk-ins.

Tuesday - Thursday

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Saturday

8:30am - 3:00pm

Sunday

Closed

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Advisement on Studio Policies - PLEASE READ:

 

Cancellation Fee:

  • A minimum of a 24  Hour Notice is required for cancellation without charge;

  • Less than a 24  Hour Notice may result in a 50% charge of the scheduled session fee;

  • Less than a 2 Hour Notice or No-Show results in charges for the full session fee.​

 

Tardiness:

  • Tardiness results in time lost from your session. Sorry, I can not extend beyond your allotted time due to late arrivals.

 

Illness:

  • We do not permit customers with infectious or contagious illnesses. Please cancel your appointment immediately.

SOOTHE & REFRESH WITH INTEGRATIVE 

THERAPEUTIC TREATMENTS

Poor posture, crouching over a keyboard for hours on end, lugging babies around, excessive workouts, the way we cross our legs, tight hamstrings, past injuries, herniated discs, even just sitting still on the sofa are all contributors to bodily aches and pains.

What you really want is long lasting relief from aches and pains, right? Then you need a variety of routines that work together. I call this Integrative Therapeutic Massage.

 

We’re all humans with the same basic anatomy, but a big difference is in how we get twisted, turned and strained in so many unique and different ways.

 

That’s why it’s important to have a range of treatment techniques to address specific problems. A simple full body massage feels good at the moment and for a short while after, but they don’t usually alleviate and dispose of the root problem.  

NEUROMUSCULAR THERAPY
Work hard, play hard? 

NM Therapy is a specialized form of deep tissue massage where I use digital pressure and friction to release areas of strain in your muscles. These areas are called “trigger points” and are the cause of muscular pain.

 

If you’re suffering from chronic symptoms, acute injuries or post-surgical care I’ll include this method in your treatment plan. This technique is also very helpful for dancers or other types of athletes to proactively strengthen areas that are vulnerable to injury.

TRIGGER POINT THERAPY
For repetitive strain warriors

Trigger Point therapy breaks down formed adhesions in your muscles that prevent them from functioning properly.  By gently releasing the trigger points, muscles will lengthen and realign proper firing patterns. The net result is better circulation for nutrients to flow into and feed your hungry muscles. Not only will your pain subside, you’ll also gain dexterity and range of motion.

 

This treatment is used for post-injury healing, overused muscles groups, and for those of us who work long hours using repetitive motions every day.

CUPPING THERAPY
A technique good enough for the silver screen

Cupping Therapy is a technique first utilized thousands of years ago using hollowed out animal horns in ancient Tibet, or perhaps Egypt, that’s still under debate. It’s still with us today because it still works to relieve pain (thankfully, glass bulbs have replaced animal horns). You may have seen 007 and the Karate Kid use this technique on the big screen.

 

The cups are carefully placed over the targeted area so its vacuum-like suction will draw the skin and tissue upward. This allows your blood and lymphatic circulation to release from stagnation so your affected muscles will relax.

AROMATIC SOLUTIONS

The royal treatment

Another ancient remedy (supposedly used by Cleopatra for nagging headaches) is Aromatherapy. Much more than just a calming olfactory sensation, it provides many surprising benefits, too. Check it out.

 

Anxiety, depression, fatigue, headaches, congestion, muscle soreness and postpartum relaxation are all issues this natural remedy might possibly alleviate.

 

I’m such a believer in aromatherapy that I stock more than a dozen specialty blends that you can choose from for use during your session (free of charge).

 

It’s also possible for me to create a custom blend to address your specific needs. Once you fall in love with its positive effects, ask me about all the aromatic options available.

THOMAS HAD THIS TO SAY ABOUT NEWLINE...

"After a couple of weeks experiencing pain in my upper back and left shoulder due to a workout injury, i went to travis for help. After one session my pain had minimized and i regained my range of motion in my shoulder. "
 

- Thomas -