Massage Therapy

After a hard workout or a tough day on the job, treat yourself to a massage! There are several benefits of massage including: lessen depression and anxiety, promote tissue regeneration, enhance immunity, improve circulation, relieve migraine pain, alleviate low-back pain, enhance sleep quality, greater energy and relax overused muscles. Our professional staff of massage therapists are nationally certified by AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) and National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) in several types of massage. Choose the type that works for you or consult with our massage therapists for suggestions.


Massage Therapy Fees

If this is your first massage with us, please fill out the Initial Massage Therapy Form. This will help our massage therapists better understand your body and goals utilizing massage therapy. Inquiries can be made at the Pavilion Fitness Front Desk or check out the Service FAQ's. To schedule an appointment call (847) 228-3494.
Single Sessions Member Fee Non-member Fee
1/2 hour $35 $42
1 hour $60 $72
1 1/2 hour $85 $102
Session Packages
Member Fee Non-member Fee
5 - 1 hour sessions
$290
$340
10 - 1 hour sessions
$550
$600
10 - 1 1/2 hour sessions
$800
$850
Cancellations must be made more than 4 hours prior to your appointment or you will be charged the appointment fee. Please contact the Fitness Center check-in desk if you need to cancel at (847) 228-3494.


Types of Massage

Therapeutic Massage

Many types of practices are associated with massage and include bodywork, manual therapy, energy medicine, and breath work. Other names for massage and related practices include hands-on work, body/somatic therapy, and somatic movement education. Body-mind integration techniques, stress self-awareness and movement over physical manipulations by a practitioner. Medical research has shown that the benefits of massage include pain relief, reduced trait anxiety and depression, and temporarily reduced blood pressure, heart rate, and state of anxiety.
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Swedish-Relaxation Massage

Swedish massage is the most common and is the perfect choice if you are a first timer looking for a relaxing experience. Swedish massage uses five styles of long, flowing strokes to massage. The five basic strokes are effleurage (sliding or gliding), petrissage (kneading), tapotement (rhythmic tapping), friction (cross fiber) and vibration/shaking. Swedish massage has shown to be helpful in reducing pain, joint stiffness, and improving function in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee over a period of eight weeks. It will increase circulation and relax the body, mind and spirit.


Sports Massage

Also known as manual therapy, manipulative therapy, or manual & manipulative therapy, this is a physical treatment primarily used on the neuromusculoskeletal system to treat pain and disability. It most commonly includes kneading and manipulation of muscles, joint mobilization and joint manipulation.


Reflexology

Reflexology is based on the principle that there are reflexes in the hands and feet that relate to every organ, gland, and system of the body.


Pregnancy/Pre-natal Massage

Prenatal massage shares many of the goals of regular massage -- to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots, improve circulation and mobility, and just make you feel good. But it's also tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies, and therapists who are trained in prenatal massage adjust their techniques accordingly.


Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is a safe and effective hands on technique that involves gentle sustained pressure into the connective tissue that may be causing restrictions in certain areas.


Hot Stone Massage

A hot stone massage uses water-heated stones to apply pressure and heat to the body. Stones coated in oil can also be used by the therapist delivering various massaging strokes. The hot stones used are commonly Basalt stones (or lava rocks) which over time have become extremely polished and smooth. As the stones are placed along the recipient's back, they help to retain heat which then deeply penetrates into the muscles, releasing tension.
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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue or fascia. This type of massage focuses on the muscles located below the surface of the top muscles. Deep tissue massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity (such as athletes), and patients who have sustained physical injury.


Contemporary Cupping Technique

Massage Cupping is the combination of massage movements and negative pressure with the use of a suction device on the skin. A cup is positioned at the area to be treated and, depending on the type of cups being used; a vacuum is created within the cup to draw the skin and underlying tissue into the cup. The produced vacuum creates a suction effect that increases blood and lymphatic circulation systemically and to the local area, relaxes muscle tissue and support, draws stagnation, pathogenic factors and toxins out of the body and releases a myriad of pain causing factors.


Chair Massage

Enjoy the benefits of chair massage; increased circulation, muscle relaxed, re-energize your body, clear your mind.


Meet the Massage Therapists

Pavilion Fitness staff of licensed massage therapists have been providing stress relieving comfort service to people for many years. With their considerable experience and continued dedication to modern massage methods, our massage therapists are an appointment away from helping you achieve greater balance and health.

Massage Therapists


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Terri Rochetto, LMT

Massage Therapist

  • Licensed Massage Therapist
  • National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworks (NCBTMB)
  • Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP) Member
  • Continuing Education: Shoulder Deep Tissue Certification
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Terri takes great pride in the effective Massage Therapy that she has been providing at the Pavilion over the past six years. As a Licensed Massage Therapist, she's honored to share a bit more about her training and Professional Practice.

In 2004, Terri graduated with honors from the Advanced Anatomy Massage Academy with over 600 hours of Core and Modality studies. Such studies included: Swedish, Therapeutic and Deep Tissue Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, Sports Massage, Cranial-Sacral, Pre-Natal Massage, Aromatherapy and Reflexology. In pursuing her interests in continuing education, she was able to explore and incorporate a variety of enhanced techniques for shoulder work through a series of 'Deep Tissue Workshops' offered by the Wellness & Massage Training Institute.
Terri has an unwavering desire to help others in a natural and meaningful way. Her belief is that the mind and body balance is the key to whole health. She strives to encourage this balance in each client by providing Massage Therapy that not only decreases pain and muscle tension, but also results in increased emotional balance and relaxation. Her focus is to tailor each massage towards the individual needs of each client using multiple modalities to maximize results.
Frequent massages encourage an awareness of the body just as it enhances our ability to relax. It is her hope to see you soon on your journey to greater balance and health! It's time for you!

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Lili Kilbridge, LMT

Massage Therapist