Swedish Massage


Tired? Stressed? Sore? We can give you the relaxation you’ve been searching for! Pure Escape offers relaxation massages (By a Licensed Esthetician, not an RMT) and aromatherapy with therapeutic essential oils. Our body treatments rejuvenate your body, soothe your mind, and nourish your soul – because you deserve to feel good!



$50 - 30 minutes

$75 - 60 minutes

Our relaxation massage treatment offers your mind and body a chance to relax with the use of clear, hypoallergenic, unscented massage oil. This massage is ideal for relaxing tense muscles, easing stress, relieving pain, increasing blood flow and improving sleep. Our table can be heated and you are professionally draped for your comfort.


$55 - 30 minutes

$80 - 60 minutes

This treatment blends our relaxation massage with the use of therapeutic essential oils to promote mental wellness, alleviate pain, detoxify your body and activate healing properties within your body.

Shoulder Massage

frequently asked questions

What are the benefits of having a massage?

1. Improved Sleep

2. More Energy

3. Better Resistance to illness

4. Better Concentration

5. More Patience​

What are the benefits of using aromatherapy?

1. Reduces stress- lavender scents has been shown to reduce stress.

2. Fights depression- Citrus and vibrant aromas have uplifting tendencies that tend to reduce the effects of depression.

3. Manages pain- Clary sage is a great natural scent used for the reduction of pain and peppermint oil.

4. Improves blood pressure- Aromatherapy has been shown to lower blood pressure in patients with hypertension. If you’ve got high blood pressure, aromatherapy may allow you to relax enough to get your blood pressure levels closer to a healthy range.

Contraindications of Massage Therapy

Side effects of massage therapy may include temporary pain or discomfort, bruising, swelling and a sensitivity or allergy to massage oils. Cautions about massage therapy include the following: Vigorous massage should be avoided by people with bleeding disorders, low blood platelet counts and by people taking blood-thinning medications such as Warfarin. Massage should not be done in any area of the body with blood clots, fractures, open or healing wounds, skin infections, weakened bones (such as from osteoporosis or cancer) or where there has been a recent surgery. Although massage therapy appears to be generally safe for cancer patients, they should consult their oncologist before having a massage that involves deep or intense pressure. Any direct pressure over a tumor usually is discouraged. Cancer patients should discuss any concerns about massage therapy with their oncologist. Pregnant women should consult their health care provider before using massage therapy. Massage therapy does not constitute medical treatment and is not a substitute for a medical examination or diagnosis. If you are dealing with a serious health condition check with your health care provider before seeking massage therapy and make sure you inform your massage practitioner of any health conditions that may affect the work.

Massage Aftercare Advice

The following advice should be taken following a massage:

  • Avoid alcohol for at least 24 hours, as massage is a detoxifying treatment
  • Drink plenty of water to assist in the elimination of toxins from the body
  • Eat a light diet to assist the detoxification and healing process
  • Get plenty of rest. You may feel tired after treatment
  • Gentle exercise – postural exercises can help with muscle tension as well as exercises that will assist with mobility.
  • Yoga is a suitable and gentle option.
  • Do breathing exercises to assist with taking in oxygen to your fullest capacity
  • Research the possibility of treatment options to assist with stress and other conditions, if necessary.
Contra-actions (healing) Occasionally, you may experience any of the following reactions up to 24-48 hours after treatment; this is known as a contra-action and is the body’s response to the treatment:
  • Headache
  • Dizziness or nausea
  • Disrupted sleeping pattern
  • Muscles may feel tired and achy
  • Increased urination or passing stools
  • Increased thirst
  • Fatigue
These reactions are uncommon but perfectly normal and show that toxins are being expelled from the body, so that it may re-balance and cleanse itself.