Our massage therapists put your needs first so you feel better as soon as possible.
In order to provide you with the best care, we will work with your healthcare team on your specific issue.
Marcy Cook, owner and massage therapist at Generation Wellness, has been practicing in the triangle for over 10 years. Marcy has worked along side some of the Triangle's leading therapists gaining an insight and ability to incorporate these specialties into her individualized treatments. Marcy has continued her quest for knowledge by completing specialized classes such as I-NMT, Myofascial Release, Lymphatic Drainage and Infant Massage.has taught Trigger Point Therapy at Wake Technical College and Ethics courses at Miller-Motte College. She has also taught continuing education classes including Treatment Planning and Foam Rolling. She is an active member of AMTA-NC and volunteered as past Triangle Unit Coordinator, Registration Chair and Delegate.
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Outcome based massage that focuses on a particular area of the body. We use a series of techniques and this form of massage typically is used for clients presenting with chronic conditions such as TMJD, tendonitis, migraines, fibromyalgia, etc. Medical massage is often used in conjunction with other rehabilitative therapies such as specialized doctors and physical therapists.
This technique focuses on the deeper layers of muscle or soft tissue; deep tissue isn't as specific as medical massage but is still very effective and allows the therapist to cover a larger portion of the body so clients aren't leaving feeling the rest of their body was neglected.
This is a rhythmic, flowing massage overall. The pressure is more gentle with the purpose being to address more of the superficial layers of muscle, therefore engaging the parasymphathic system helping with conditions such as depression, anxiety and insomnia.
Geared towards athletes and the muscles and/or muscle groups associated with their specific sport. Sports massage is intended to promote performance, reduce injury and increase flexibility.
Also known as Pre-Natal massage, this technique is designed for mothers-to-be. We use techniques that consider the well-being of the baby, as well as the needs of mom. Special props, pillows, and positioning are all used to make the massage as comfortable and safe as possible.
This technique designed for infants helps parents develop their bond with their babies and can also help conditions including colic and gas. Infant massage can start being used as early as 6 weeks of age.
This massage technique involves applying gentle sustained pressure to the connective tissue. It allows the "myofascial tissue" time to elongate as the therapist works slowly. This technique can be effective in eliminating pain and restoring motion.
This technique utilizes the gentle, wave-like movement to guide stagnant body fluids through lymphatic pathways. This is used to typically help with conditions, such as lymphedema, where improved circulation is needed.
Stones are heated and used as a tool during a Swedish massage to promote complete relaxation.
In addition to our standard rates you will find below, we offer packages that allow you to get discounted rates per session when paid in advance . We also have a referral incentive; for every referral, you will receive $10 off your choice of one session or package purchase. Please be sure that your friends/family mention your name on their intake form to insure you receive this discount.
30 minutes = $50
45 minutes = $65
60 minutes = $80
75 minutes = $95
90 minutes = $110
(3) 60 minutes = $225
(3) 90 minutes = $315
(10) 60 minutes = $700
(10) 90 minutes = $1000