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Massage in Harrisburg, PA

Massage therapy benefits people of all ages and can help with various health and wellness issues. Our massage therapists are skilled, licensed, and insured.

If you’re searching for a massage in Harrisburg, PA, we’re here to help. Schedule an appointment with a licensed massage therapist and see the difference a therapeutic massage can make.

Meet Our Licensed Massage Therapist

Karyn Ligon is a highly skilled and licensed massage therapist with a diverse background in various massage techniques. She graduated from Harrisburg Area Community College, where she honed her skills in Swedish, deep tissue, connective tissue, cupping, and hot stone therapy. Karyn is dedicated to helping her clients find relief from depression, anxiety, and pain and takes pride in providing a personalized and calming massage experience. You can feel confident and secure in choosing her for your massage needs.

Health Benefits of Massage Therapy

Massage therapy isn’t just a way to pamper yourself. It has significant health benefits that can help you with chronic and acute health conditions. The benefits are both physical and mental. Here are some of the most important benefits of therapeutic massage:

  • Improved circulation

  • Lower heart rate and blood pressure

  • Decreased muscle soreness and joint pain

  • Reduced stress and anxiety

  • More energy

  • Improved sleep/less insomnia

  • Better flexibility

  • Increased immunity

  • Enhanced exercise/workout performance

  • Improved mood

  • Better mental health

  • Faster recovery from surgery


As you can see, the benefits of massage therapy include physical and mental wellness. People seek out therapeutic massage for a variety of reasons ranging from pregnancy to depression.

At Neurofeedback & Counseling Center of Pennsylvania, we offer an array of massage treatments that benefit your physical and emotional well-being.

Because appointment times are limited, we have a 24-hour cancellation policy and charge a $50 cancellation fee if you cancel less than 24 hours before a scheduled appointment.

As mentioned above, our massage therapist is skilled, licensed, and insured. We offer an introductory rate of $80 for a one-hour Swedish massage. After that, the rate is $90 per hour for one-hour Swedish massages.

Massage Pricing

Here is a complete list of the types of massage we offer and the pricing for each.


Introductory Swedish Massage

  • Intro Massage 1 Hour - $80


Hot Stone Massage

  • Hot Stone Massage 1 Hour - $100

Swedish Massage

  • Swedish Massage 1 hour - $100


Prenatal Massage

  • Prenatal Massage 1 Hour - $100

Decompression Massage

  • Decompression Therapy 1 Hour - $100

Sports Massage

  • Sports Massage 1 Hour - $100

Deep Tissue Massage

  • Deep Tissue Massage 1 Hour - $100


Aromatherapy Included

  • Aromatherapy Scalp Massage - $15

  • Aromatherapy - Peppermint

  • Aromatherapy - Eucalyptus

  • Aromatherapy - Lavender

Hot Stone Massage Mini

  • Mini Hot Stone - $10

Percussion Therapy

  • Percussion Therapy - $20

Hot Towel Foot or Hand Treatment

  • Hot Towel Foot or Hand Treatment - $15

Hot Towel Foot or Hand Treatment

  • Targeted Hot Stone Foot Massage - $10

  • Targeted Hot Stone Hand Massage - $10




Standard Massages

We offer three types of standard massage in Harrisburg, PA: hot stone, Swedish, and acupressure.

Hot Stone Massage

A hot stone massage is a form of therapeutic massage where an experienced massage therapist places heated stones on your body. The stones are typically made of a volcanic rock called basalt and heated to between 130 and 145 degrees. The heat from the stones relieves pain and muscle tension, improves immunity and sleep, and reduces stress and anxiety.

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is ideal for people who want to improve their health and energize their bodies. A Swedish full-body massage can reduce chronic pain and aid with depression and anxiety. Your Swedish massage therapist will use lotion or oil and various techniques, including kneading, vibration, and percussion, to release tension.

Acupressure Massage

Acupressure massage has its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It uses pressure on selected points on the body to release chi or life force energy. The massage therapist’s fingertips apply the pressure. Acupressure massage may be used to relieve pain and headaches, improve circulation, release muscle tension, or as a way to maintain good health.

Specialty Massages

In addition to our three traditional massage services, we offer six specialty massage treatments to improve mental and physical health.

Prenatal Massage

Prenatal massage is helpful in all stages of pregnancy, from the first trimester through the third. Pregnancy discomfort can be debilitating for some, and a prenatal massage can relieve pain and discomfort, nausea, and other pregnancy symptoms. Our licensed prenatal massage therapists use techniques from Swedish massage with modifications to ensure the comfort and safety of mother and child.

Decompression Massage

Decompression massage uses specialized suction cups to encourage lymphatic flow throughout the body. Unlike traditional Chinese cupping, it does not leave red marks on the skin. It is most frequently used as a nonsurgical treatment for neck, back, and radiating limb pain in the low-to-moderate range. Benefits include increased metabolic response and a release of muscle tension.

Sports Massage

Sports massage is a specialized massage designed to help athletes and people with high physical lifestyles who may need manipulation of major muscle groups to recover from injuries or enhance their athletic performance. Sports massage may include the treatment of tendons, ligaments, joints, and soft tissue and may be used for recovery or maintenance.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is ideal for treating tight and constricted muscle tissue, particularly the neck, shoulders, and lower back muscles. It focuses on realigning the deep layers of muscle and connective tissue, releasing chronic tension with deep finger pressure and slow strokes. It may help treat fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, and other chronic conditions and improve mobility and range of motion.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is another treatment that comes from Traditional Chinese Medicine. Cupping therapy is often used to treat acne, chronic pain, facial paralysis, and herpes zoster. Traditional cups may be made of glass, bamboo, or earthenware. The cups are heated before being applied to the skin, which creates suction. Cupping treatments may be dry or wet.

Add-On Services and Enhancements

We offer various add-on services and enhancements that patients can use to personalize their massage experience.


Aromatherapy is a holistic and therapeutic practice that has been around for centuries. It uses natural plant extracts to enhance physical and emotional well-being. Some aromatherapy oils we use in massage treatments include eucalyptus, lavender, and peppermint.

Hot Stone Massage Mini

Hot stones may be added to any massage treatment as an enhancement. Hot stone therapy is ideal if you have problem areas that may not respond to massage alone. Your massage therapist will use hot stones in conjunction with other massage techniques.

Hot Towel Foot or Hand Treatment

Hot towel foot or hand treatment can be added to a massage for a spa-like experience. A hot towel treatment is ideal for soothing sore hands and feet and may benefit people with arthritis. Your massage therapist will wrap your hands or feet in hot towels, followed by exfoliation and moisturization.

Targeted Hot Stone

Targeted hot stone therapy is ideal for patients who need special attention for painful or tight muscles. The stones are used as part of a massage, with the heat relaxing and helping the massage therapist eliminate tension in the selected areas.

Integrative Reflexology

Integrative reflexology combines the techniques of reflexology, which involve applying pressure to chosen points on the body, with a traditional massage. Pressure in reflex zones may be used to alleviate tension and pain in other parts of the body and may be helpful to patients with chronic muscle and joint pain.

Massage Therapy in Harrisburg, PA FAQ

Here are answers to some of the questions we hear most frequently.

What Should I Expect at a Massage Session?

Before your session begins, your massage therapist will consult with you to learn why you scheduled a massage and what conditions or symptoms you hope to treat. They will use what you tell them to structure your massage for the best possible results. Tell your therapist if you have any allergies to ingredients that might be in lotion or massage oil and about any medical conditions you may have.

After your consultation, your therapist will leave you alone to remove whatever clothing you wish. Some people prefer to be disrobed entirely, while others prefer to leave some clothing on. You will lie underneath the provided sheet until your therapist returns.

Your therapist may play music, but you can tell them if you prefer silence. The therapist will always respect your privacy, uncovering only those body parts that are being massaged. It would be best to tell your therapist about any discomfort you experience so they can modify their treatment.

After the massage, your therapist will leave you alone to get dressed. You may ask any follow-up questions you have and discuss future massage treatments.

Are Your Massage Therapists Licensed and Certified?

All Neurofeedback & Counseling Center of Pennsylvania massage therapists are licensed and professionally certified. They are also insured. You can be confident that whichever therapist you choose is an experienced professional who will respect your privacy and use their training to provide the best massage therapy session possible.

How Often Should I Get a Massage?

Massage frequency can vary from person to person. Some people like to have regular monthly massages for stress reduction. People who experience chronic pain, athletes, and those recovering from an injury may work out a treatment schedule that requires multiple visits. Your massage therapist can recommend a treatment plan and help you decide how often to get a therapeutic massage.

What is Your Massage Cancellation Policy?

Our massage cancellation policy requires a 24-hour notice for cancellation. This system is in place because our expert massage therapists are in demand, and appointments fill quickly. If you can’t make your appointment, we can use the 24-hour notice to accommodate someone on our waiting list.

There is a $50 cancellation fee if you do not cancel at least 24 hours in advance. We are happy to reschedule your appointment if you need to cancel.

Book Your Massage Therapy Today!

Massage therapy services can address various health issues, including chronic pain, sports injuries, stress, and anxiety. Our experienced and licensed massage therapists are here to provide therapeutic massage in Harrisburg, PA, whether you are looking for a one-time appointment or ongoing treatment to help you recover from surgery.

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