Pamela Hanks, Licensed Massage Therapist,
Pam is a native of Tifton, Georgia and a graduate of Tift County High School, Class of 1976. Pam also graduated from ABAC in 1978 with an Associates in Business. Pam earned her massage diploma from Blue Cliff College in Lafayette, Louisiana in 2002. She is a nationally certified, licensed massage and bodywork therapist. She offers comfort and quality massage services.
Hours of Availability
Tuesday-Friday. 1st and 3rd Saturday each month
By appointment only
This therapy is done with the intent of improving medical conditions by assisting the body in its natural healing processes. This approach incorporates working with trigger points, body mobilization, static pressure and the lymphatic system to focus on specific treatment protocols targeted to specific problems.
A soothing massage to help relieve the everyday stresses that cause tension and soreness in your muscles. Gliding strokes and relaxation techniques to calm and soothe. Feel the day's tension release from the effects of therapeutic touch.
Hot Stone Therapy
Heated basalt stones are used to massage the body. The stones are also placed on different points of the body. The heat from the stones penetrate into the muscle tissue, which aids in deep relaxation. Enjoy being engulfed in warmth.
Completely safe for mother and baby. This treatment helps with swelling of the hands and feet, pains in the low back and hips. A great way to pamper the mother to be.
Prices for all massages
1/2 hour $25.00
1 hour $50.00
Check for monthly discounts
Certificates make the perfect gift for any occasion. Gift Certificates are available for all services.
Cancellation and Late Arrivals
A 24 hour cancellation notice in advance is appreciated if you need to reschedule. Arriving late may result in a shortened appointment, as a courtesy to the next client.
- What are the benefits of a massage?
- Helps lower blood pressure
- Improves circulation of blood and lymph
- Aids the body in removing toxins
- Loosens superficial scar tissue
- Increases sense of well being
- Body self-awareness
How often should I get a massage?
To take care of yourself (if in no chronic pain), I recommend once a month to set up a regular health maintenance program. If in chronic pain, once a week until pain subsides and then work into a regular once a month or more regimen.
What do I wear during my massage?
Undress down to your comfort level. You will be draped with a sheet and blanket throughout your massage and will only be undraped with each body part being massage.