It's the most popular Sanctuary massage for a reason!!!
Escape with a customized massage you will experience only here at Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary.
The Bronxville Wellness Signature Massage is a customized combination of hot stones, deep tissue, and Swedish techniques tailored specifically to your needs & preferences. You’ll leave with your mind refreshed and your energy restored.
We offer 45, 60, 75, and 90 Minute Sessions.
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Our bodies weren't made for long hours sitting at desks, driving in cars, and looking at screens - yet that's how most of us spend most of our weeks.
Get flexible and say goodbye to tension with stretching!
Benefits of Assisted Stretching include pain relief, increased flexibility, relaxed muscles, improved posture, increased circulation, and yes, releasing of stagnant energy.
Be Well....Make your self care a priority!!!
Our service massage + facial packages bundle more than one service into one convenient and relaxing visit, and you save money too!
Enjoy our most popular Bronxville Wellness Sanctuary Package:
Be Well Package:
60 Minute Signature Wellness Massage
60 Minute Signature Wellness Facial
Therapeutic Sports Massage
At the Sanctuary we think of our body as the vehicle which supports our physical well being. Physical well being is a cornerstone to living well and enjoying our life.
One way to take care of your healthy being is with a therapeutic bodywork sports massage. Summer tends bring increased physical activity and maybe even some down time to focus on self care. Our body needs to re-balance all the output of energy and exertion with nourishing input that comes from massage.
Our therapeutic sports massage is designed to release tension and restore blood flow. The added benefits of sports massage include restoration of energy and soothing healing touch.
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"Transformation is through the body, not away from it. This is why no true master has ever advocating fighting or leaving the body, although their mind-based followers often have." -Eckhart Tolle
Are we listening to our body? If not, why not?
Our physical body is a portal to what is really happening deep within. By deep within I mean beyond the mind and it's thoughts/story/narrative.
For example, ever notice how physical pain causes us to "do" something when it no longer becomes tolerable?
The moment we feel "we have had enough of feeling sick/tired/achy/lonely" (i.e.: suffering) we can decide it's time to make a change. Time for transformation!!!
Perhaps we decide to become conscious of our food habits and choose to eat better.
Or, maybe it's time to lace up those sneakers and exercise.
For some it's time to ease up on the physical body and get a massage or finally try yoga, etc.
And still for others there's a sense of the inner body that feels "off". Anxious, afraid, alone...endless cycle of emotional up and down.
Why does connecting with the physical body matter?
From a practical sense, we need it in order to live so why not take care of it the best we can?
On a deeper level, the physical body is a powerful doorway to access wisdom and therefore transformation. Can't change what you don't know/want to know :)
While some wisdom traditions may teach denying the body and/or ignoring the body, in my experience, it is the exact opposite. We must pay attention, listen, and learn. Then we apply those lessons in the form of action.
How do we access the physical body, in a deeper sense?
One thread runs through all of it and that is the practice of presence...awareness.
Some of us pay attention quite naturally and either choose to take action or not. Doing nothing is also a choice :)
Others of us engage in movement practices - yoga/running/walking outside/dance... to help us get in touch/feel the inner body.
And still others rely on meditation, massage or other forms of energy healing to assist in bring us into deeper awareness.
There's no right or wrong way.
And the "way" may change over time as you change. Nothing is permanent in this world of form. Ha!
As I say-- the only "wrong" way to meditate is simply to not do it all.
And so it is with life and dealing with change.
We will either consciously choose to listen to our body or not.
Regardless, life / transformation happens anyway. We can embrace it (peaceful path) or fight it (suffering path).
I don't know about you. I rather the peaceful path.