Your First Massage is only $49 (60 minutes)!

Massage is a wonderful way to reduce stress and promote well-being in your body and mind. Massage can help you rehab an injury, recover from traveling, illness, or even a tough yoga class! Our skilled massage therapists are available to work with you seven days a week.

Modalities include Swedish, deep tissue, acupressure, reflexology, trigger point, sports massage, hot stones, thai, among others. We also offer Prenatal Massage for expectant moms and Postpartum Massage for new moms!

Benefits of regular massage:

Reduces stress and anxiety
Reduces muscle aches and pain
Helps with insomnia
Counteracts the effects of sitting
Boosts immunity
Release endorphins
Eases lower back pain
Helps to heal sports injuries
Relieves headache pain
Eases the symptoms of depression

You can book online at the right side of this page, or call the studio if you have difficulty with the system. 919-294-8810.


Rates:
60 minutes: $49 for first massage

60 minutes: $69 ($59 if on monthly membership)
75 minutes: $85
90 minutes: $95 ($85 if on monthly membership)
15 minute chair massage (drop-in available): $19

Policies:
Please arrive on time for your treatment. Due to scheduling constraints, late arrivals will result in a shortened treatment time.

If you must cancel or reschedule, please notify us at least 24 hours before your treatment via email (info@bluepointyoga.com). If you cancel with less than 24 hours notice or fail to show up for your appointment, full payment is required for the missed appointment.

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Ayden Cox, LMBT#11813, has been practicing massage since 2012. She came to massage therapy as a way to better assist the families she had been working with as a full-spectrum doula since 2009. In school she fell in love with all forms of massage, especially deep tissue and condition-specific, but she specializes in prenatal and postpartum bodywork along with infant and prenatal craniosacral therapy.

Rather than using a one-massage-fits-all approach, Ayden prefers to build her sessions around the individual needs of each client. She uses the information provided by clients, her solid foundation in anatomy and her intuitive sense of the body to tailor every massage. She believes in the power of the body to heal itself, and greatly values her role in helping facilitate healing for others.

In addition to providing bodywork and doula services, Ayden also uses her several years of midwifery school background to teach childbirth education classes in Durham, with a focus on providing culturally sensitive classes for her LGBTQ+ community.

Modalities: Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal/postpartum, hot-stone, reiki, craniosacral (infant, prenatal/postpartum, general population), reflexology.

Hannah Glatz, LMBT #15912, thought about a career in massage therapy for years. Between taking children on high ropes courses in California, living in an intentional community in Detroit, or leading canoeing trips in Wisconsin, she never found the right time or massage program. When she found Healing Arts in Fort Collins, Colorado, she was inspired to explore one of her life dreams. While at Healing Arts, Hannah was trained in the Body Insight method, a unique deep-tissue, neuro-muscular technique designed to address how stress and daily activity impacts the body and to connect the mind with the body to help relieve those tensions. Hannah believes that every person can benefit from massage whether through relaxation, improved function, coping with chronic pain, or improved mechanics.

While not massaging, Hannah loves learning about bees, baking, drinking coffee, gardening, and biking. Her current life dreams include working with pregnant and parenting teens, prenatal and birth work, and owning her own bee hive. Modalities: Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, and Body Insight.

Julio (LMBT #04716) graduated from the Body Therapy Institute in 2003 after many years in the pharmaceutical industry. He considers himself one of the lucky people who have found their life's calling and can make their living doing something they truly love.

Julio believes that deep work does not need to be uncomfortable. By slowing down and only moving as fast as the tissue allows rather than 'bulldozing' his way through, he can accomplish positive results.

He uses a blend of eastern and western modalities including Accupressure/Shiatsu, Thai Massage, Reflexology and traditional Swedish Massage, as well as Trigger Point and Deep Tissue techniques. Every session is tailored to each client’s individual needs.


It is his intention to treat everyone that he works with in an open, non-judgmental, and respectful way.

Ashlee Lunsford (LMBT #14835) has been performing massage since graduating from the Medical Arts School in May 2015. Therapeutic touch has always been her calling. From the time she was a young child giving "karate chop massages" to her older siblings, to helping out her office co-workers when they had aches and pains, she's always followed her intuition when it deals with people in discomfort.

Ashlee knows that everyone is different. What works for one person may not necessarily work for the next. Therefore, she approaches each individual and their muscles with personalized care with emphasis on the client's goals for that treatment session.

She offers the following modalities: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Reflexology (ear & foot), NMT and Sports.

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