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You deserve a massage. The WellWorks licensed massage therapists can help you: get relief from muscle pain and soreness; alleviate stress, and; detoxify—both mentally and physically.

Call to schedule an appointment:  740.593.2093  


Please review our Massage Therapy Policies to ensure you receive the best possible experience with massage therapy at WellWorks.

Menu of Massage Services: 

30 Minute Massages are ideal for targeted body work such as hands or neck

30 Minute Massage: $40

Clients seeking relief from targeted pain in isolated areas such as the hands, wrists or neck, can find relief from a 30-minute massage. 

Add-on services (Cupping Therapy and Hot Stone Massage) cannot be added onto a 30 Minute Massage.

60 Minute Massage

60 Minute Massage: $55

Our most popular massage option, the 60 minute massage is designed to allow clients the time they need to have problem areas addressed while also achieving a state of relaxation. 

Cupping Therapy or Hot Stone Massage services can be added to a 60 minute massage for an additional fee of $25. 

90 Minute Full Body Massage

90 Minute Massage: $80

Those seeking relief from pain or wishing to increase range of motion and mobility are encouraged to book a 90 minute massage. The increased time will allow the massage therapist to better identify the root issue of pain and address the issue through a variety of modalities, as needed. An increased sense of relief and relaxation can be achieved during this longer massage experience. 

Cupping Therapy or Hot Stone Massage services can be added to a 90 minute massage for an additional fee of $25. 

Cupping therapy to detoxify, reduce pain and support athletic recovery

Cupping Therapy: $25 (add-on service)

Cupping Therapy is a practice in which cups are placed on the client's body in strategic locations where the client wishes to address pain, inflammation or blood flow concerns. The therapist then adds suction to the cups, allowing toxins to be brought to the skin where they are more easily removed. While the cups are in place, the therapist will massage other areas of the body, allowing for more body work to be accomplished in a shorter frame of time.

Clients will experience varying levels of circular marks on their skin post-massage and are encouraged to hydrate before and after the massage to maximize the therapy's benefits. Those taking blood thinners, pregnant or experiencing any health issues should consult with their physician before participating in Cupping Therapy. 

Use of hot stones can quickly warm the fascia, allowing for a deep tissue massage

Hot Stone Massage: $25 (add-on service)

Hot stone for athletic recovery is an excellent way to more effectively warm up the fascia, allowing for a deeper, more beneficial recovery massage. The therapist incorporates the hot stones by using them as a massaging tool to address tight muscles and increase mobility.

Looking for a more relaxing experience? Hot stones can do that, too! The stones can, instead, be simply placed on the client's body (pictured) in strategic locations to allow for a comforting, warming effect during a traditional massage.

Clients may experience a quick release of body heat after a hot stone massage and are encouraged to bring an extra layer of clothing to wear post-massage.

Call to schedule an appointment:  740.593.2093  


Meet Our Massage Therapists

Massage Therapist Atira


Atira offers massage to suit clients' unique needs, ranging from relaxation to sports massage to pain relief and pain management. A base of Swedish techniques are used for: general muscle relaxation; stress relief; circulation, and; improvements to overall body function. Deep tissue and muscle release may be used to relieve pain and stiffness of problem areas.

Atira's specialty service is Hot Stone Massage. The stones are utilized to gain a deeper massage experience and/or to provide a greater sense of relaxation during the massage. 

Atira's goal is to leave clients relaxed, refreshed, and feeling great.

Massage Therapist Breeona


A recent graduate of Hocking College, Breeona's specialties are swedish, and deep tissue massage for sore and tight muscles. Breeona also specializes in isometric stretching, myofascial stretching, trigger point work, pain relief and more to help you get back to a pain free life. 

Breeona's specialty service is Cupping Therapy, a practice that Breeona personally embraces due to its ability to maximize the client's time and promote healing and wellbeing. 

Dave Webb


Not currently accepting appointments.

Dave's clients are the determining factor in which techniques he chooses to use. Dave will use Swedish to relax and restore a feeling of overall well-being or myofascial release to loosen up restricted movement. Pressure point therapy is used to smooth and soften tight muscle areas by applying compression to release the tension by either nerve triggering or physically forcing toxins out of the area. Clients with tense muscles benefit from positional release which places tense muscles into a position of comfort that helps release tension without causing discomfort. Deep tissue massage is utilized for clients who prefer a much deeper mode of massage. Dave may incorporate any of these techniques into a massage, all depending on the desired results of the client.