Therapeutic Kneads offers a variety of traditional and advanced techniques of massage therapy, addressing many different health concerns. You will find blended techniques that are personalized for you for pain and stress relief. Many of our services are designed to be a part of a regular health regimen that will enhance your overall wellbeing for weeks and months to come. Men, women, children, athletes and seniors can benefit from our offerings that are carefully combined to help you feel better.

Swedish Massage

General, relaxation treatment blending kneading and long, flowing strokes

Sports Massage

Recovery and performance enhancing therapy to relieve overworked muscles

Deep Tissue

Muscle-specific treatment that engages deeper layers of tissue using slow, direct pressure for chronic muscular pain

Craniosacral Therapy

Energy-based, lighter approach to headaches and back pain from spinal conditions that is gentle and relaxing, yet effective

Hot Stone Massage
Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Moderate, rhythmic massage that seeks to cleanse the lymphatic system and reduce edema caused from surgery or an illness

Hot Stone Massage

Heated, smooth stones are maneuvered strategically to melt away tension and trigger points for a deeply relaxing and comforting treatment

Myofascial Release

Slow milking of the superficial layers of tissue that coaxes deeper layers of connective tissue to unwind and release the binding from within

Neuromuscular Therapy

Chronic nerve pain can be reset with a combination of stretching and Trigger Point techniques with this systematic style that seeks to recreate new pathways to feeling better

Trigger Point Therapy

Knotted muscles need specific work with fingertips and thumbs to get the adhesions to loosen, creating smooth movement of tissue and relieving pain

Swedish Massage


Balance the energy throughout your whole body with acupressure-style treatment to feet/hands to create an overall relaxing experience

Reiki Energy

When physical touch is not an option, energy balance can be achieved with just a simple laying on of hands to bring the spiritual, mind and body back to oneness

Raindrop Therapy

Pleasing aromas of 11 essential oils and moist heat packs create a “sensational” experience while bringing healing through increase circulation to tissues along the spine

Pregnancy Massage

Mothers-to-be need to relieve stress for two – side-lying and semi-recumbent support will help create a more restful sleep and relieve the discomforts of the rapid changes that can create soreness and even pain, allowing you to enjoy any stage of your pregnancy

Chair Massage

A comfortable massage chair allows access to back and neck for a quick 15-20 minute massage to address tight muscles in back and shoulders when you are short on time

Deep Tissue Massage

Negative Pressure Cupping

Instead of traditional Myofascial Release, acrylic cups using negative pressure suction on well-oiled skin to stretch the superficial layers of connective tissue to increase circulation – great for sports injuries and overuse syndromes

Kinesio Taping

Technology has created a tape that adheres to the skin and creates a gentle massaging of the connective tissue and lymphatics to help your massage treatment last longer

Medical/Orthopedic Massage

Goal-oriented massage that focuses on imbalances of opposite muscle groups that can get overlooked with other types of massage. A clinical approach to specific muscles can be just what your doctor ordered and complements those who are active in sports or are prone to injuries

Negative Pressure Cupping
Swedish Massage


Dr. Mark Severance utilizes a low force adjusting technique. The Chiropractic Adjusting Tool (CAT) is a small, hand-held instrument which delivers a gentle percussive force to any joint in the body with the goal of restoring motion. The CAT low force adjusting technique is an alternative to the traditional manual form of spinal manupulation associated with “cracking” or “popping” of joints. It is safe for all ages: newborns to senior citizens.

Most chiropractic adjustments are made to the vertebra of the spine not only to restore motion but to relieve pressure on the nerve roots. Your nervous system controls, coordinates, and regulates ALL functions of your body. Stress on the nerves can cause stress in your organs. Stre in your otgans can cause dysfunction. Dysfunction = disease. Diseases can very well be originating from stress in the nerves.


Acupuncture is one of the oldest practices of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Acupuncture is founded on the belief that disease is caused by disruptions to the flow of energy, or qi, in the body.Acupuncture stimulates points on or under the skin called acupuncture points, thus stimulation this qi. The qi then travels through channers called meridians and restores proper energy.

Many people are apprehenive about having needles stuck in them. The sterile acupuncture needle are as thin as your hair. Insertion of a needle into an acupuncture point is quick and painless. You may feel a tiny sting or nip akin to a mosquito bite. Once the needles are in place, you rest quietly for 20 minutes. At the end of the trearment, the needles are removed and discarded.


When your body needs to make spare parts: build muscle, mend a fracture, repaira a wound, heal from an illness, create proper brain chemistry, hormones, anti-inflammatories, where do those pare parts ome from? You are literally what you eat! Your thyroid needs iodine or it cannot function. Your bones need calcium and trace minerals or they will not be strong. The eyes need vitamin A for vision. Your muscles will ache without enough magnesium. Healthy skin requires vitamins A, D, and E.

Dr. Severance utilizes supplements created from Whole Food Complexes grown on an organic farm- not synthetic, lifeless, inert supplements made in a laboratory. He offer consultations to address nutritional deficiencies that may be contributing to your condition, reviews your health goals, assesses the supplements you may already be taking, and recommends a plan of action that can help you restore your body’s innate desire for wellness.