Some people see scars, and it is wounding they remember. To me they are proof of the fact that there is healing.
— Linda Hogan


Oncology Massage

Cancer and cancer treatment affect every person differently. As a cancer survivor myself, I understand the challenges faced when learning about a diagnosis, undergoing treatment, and hopefully finding a way into recovery and beyond.

Some benefits that cancer patients and survivors may receive are:

  • reduced pain perception

  • reduced fatigue

  • reduced nausea

  • reduced anxiety and symptoms of depression

  • relief from chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN), even years out of treatment

  • increased sleep quality

  • improved range of motion from surgery related restrictions

“Oncology Massage” incorporates modifications and adjustments to traditional massage techniques in order to meet the unique and changing needs of someone in treatment for cancer or with a history of cancer. A safe massage therapy care plan generally revolves around the side effects (both short- and long-term) of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. The changes that might be made to a massage that make it an “oncology massage” can fall under any number of categories, but typically they will be related to session length, pressure, position of the client on the table, and areas of specific compromise or concern like mediports, skin and bone fragility, and risk of lymphedema.



Oncology massage should only be provided by a Massage Therapist who has received training in the specifics of cancer and cancer treatment. This training is actually more about cancer and less about massage. A written treatment plan can be presented to your doctor for approval. I am a Preferred Practitioner with the Society for Oncology Massage and have completed over 200 hours of training and hands-on practical work in cancer, lymphedema, and end of life care.


She is patient and kind.

"Amy is a great massage therapist. She is patient and kind. She is very skilled with mld massage for oncology. I will definitely be going back!"

— M.R..


Complete Oncology Package: $385

Five (5) sessions focused around the needs and concerns experienced by many people undergoing or living with a history of cancer and cancer treatments. Sessions include a variety of hands on work and education for self-care at home:

  • One (1) 75 minute new client session

  • One (1) 60 minute session focused on surgery related issues such as scar tissue, restrictions, and ROM limitations

  • One (1) 60 minute session focused on neuropathy work and self-care education

  • One (1) 60 minute session focused on lymphatic work and self-care education

  • One (1) 60 minute session focused on whole body integration

This is a $30 savings and clients who purchase this package will receive $5 off all future 60 minute sessions.

Individual Session Pricing:

New Client: 75 mins* - $95

30 mins - $45

60 mins - $80

90 mins - $120

*New Client Sessions for Oncology Massage require extended intakes and allow ample time for this as well as 45-60 minutes of working time.

Massage therapy makes a wonderful gift. Consider purchasing a session or a custom amount for a loved one to help them through their journey.

My experience with massage...

My experience with massage has led me to believe that the mental/psychological benefits may actually be more important that the physical ones. The state of relaxation that I was able to achieve as a result of massage therapy was really something that I'm unable to accomplish on my own. (ALS patient)

— S.C.