Massage Therapy

Massage gift certificates can be purchased here.

Contact us for scheduling: or (540) 585-1166.

All massages incorporate our luxurious heated table, super soft linens, organic massage oils, &  a beautiful view of our beloved blue ridge mountains.

Deep Relaxation Massage – 1 hour

Indulge your senses at our rural studio, relax on a warmed table, and unwind your stress in a calming atmosphere. This wonderful signature massage incorporates techniques including Hot Stone, Swedish, Massage Cupping, Āyurveda and passive stretching. Our goal is to reduce body tension, help soothe fatigued and tight muscles and create an overall sense of well-being and peace.

Āyurvedic Head/Face/Hands & Feet Treatment – 1 hour

Relax and rejuvenate with this restorative treatment of the head, face, hands and feet using traditional Āyurvedic massage techniques and traditional Āyurvedic herbalized oils and masks.

Deep Tissue Therapeutic Massage - 1/2 hour

Short massage sessions for specific pains or injuries are available on an as-needed basis.  Please contact us to discuss your unique situation.

Meet our Therapists

Laurie Riner brings over thirteen years of massage, yoga and wellness experience to Studio 221. A certified licensed massage therapist and a certified yoga instructor, Laurie most recently studied Āyurvedic massage and completed the Foundations of Āyurveda course at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.  In addition to her massage and yoga background, Laurie brings experience from physical therapy and home health care backgrounds along with a keen personal interest in human physiology, biology, nutrition, and mindfulness to the clients of Studio 221.

Courtney Pace has fourteen years of experience practicing therapeutic massage. She is recognized by the National Certification Board For Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork as a Board Certified Massage Therapist and is licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia by the Virginia Board of Nursing.  She also has advanced certifications and training in trigger point therapy, Medical Therapeutic Yoga, mindfulness, meditation, geriatric massage, scar management, Lomi Lomi Hawaiian massage, reflexology, and acupressure.


Benefits of Massage

According to the American Massage Therapy Association, "Massage therapy has been shown to be a means by which stress can be reduced significantly on physical and psychological levels."   Enjoy "25 Reasons To Get A Massage" below.

AMTA 25 reasons to get a massage