• muscle spasms

  • tension related conditions , such as headaches, back /neck / shoulder pain

  • management of  chronic pain

  • repetitive stress injuries

  • anxiety

  • stress

Therapeutic Massage is an advanced form of massage therapy that simultaneously treats the soft tissues of the body, the joints and the nervous system. It is a non-invasive manual therapy technique that gently realigns the entire body. Treatment can result in the alleviation and prevention of pain,  relief of muscle spasms and stress and promotion of overall health and well-being. Relaxation is indeed one of the benefits of a Therapeutic Massage, however, it is very different than a purely Relaxation Massage.  Because Therapeutic Massage is designed to treat a variety of medical conditions, its practice requires extensive training by a skilled therapist.

  • greater flexibility & range of motion

  • promotes faster healing of soft tissue injuries, such as pulled muscles & sprained ligaments

  • reduction in pain & swelling relating to soft tissue injuries

  • reduction in the formation of scar tissue

  • improvement in the circulation of blood & lymph

  • improvement in posture




​​​​My goal is to provide the highest quality Therapeutic Massage  while still offering reasonable fees.  I am happy to offer periodic  discounts.   Feel free to contact me by phone or email to learn more about current discounts and promotions.

Each Therapeutic Massage treatment includes the many extras that other places charge more for such as Deep Tissue Massage,  Moist Heat,  Cold Packs and Aromatherapy. 


MASSAGE  THERAPY and SKIN CARE serving Deltona, Debary, Orange City & Deland.

A Therapeutic Massage is a Deep Tissue Massage. Deep Tissue Massage is defined as placing therapeutic pressure on the muscles and connective tissues of the body in order to relieve pain or provide increased relaxation. Deep Tissue Massage is not merely a Swedish Massage performed with deeper pressure. In fact, when applied with skilled hands, Deep Tissue Massage doesn't hurt.

Jennifer Giagonelli ​