Relaxation Massage

Depending on your symptoms, needs, and goal for the session, different bodywork techniques are combined into a flowing massage, providing relaxation while at the same time detoxifying the body, increasing circulation, and relaxing tense muscles.

Integrated Bodywork is a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach to massage that combines bodywork techniques from a variety of disciplines for a holistic healing experience, balancing mind, body, and soul. Ulrike holds a Certificate in Integrated Bodywork from The Healing Bodywork Centre in Vancouver, where she was trained in Swedish massage as well as the basics of lymphatic drainage, foot reflexology, and Polarity (balancing the body's subtle energies).

Ulrike specializes in helping people with anxiety, depression and high stress, drawing on many years of experience working in the field of trauma recovery. She can combine your massage session with gentle energy healing for even deeper relaxation, or teach you yogic breathing and other self-healing tools.

30-Minute Treatments - $40:

60-Minute Treatments - $70:

90-Minute Treatments - $100:

2-hour Deep Relaxation - $130:

Senior discount every Thursday: 20% off

Please note that massage is not a substitute for medical care. If you have any health concerns at this time, please contact your doctor.


Pamper your feet

Start any massage with a detoxifying foot bath and exfoliation of the feet with organic aromatherapy soak and scrub.

15 minutes $20

Nurture your face

Finish your massage with a rejuvenating mini facial with organic products:

  • Weleda gentle cleanser and toner for sensitive skin
  • European Green Clay mask, mixed specifically for your skin's needs (firms, tones, and refines pores)
  • Aura Cacia moisturizing skin serum

20 minutes $50.

Exfoliate your back

Hawaiian sea salt scrub with citrus to remove dead skin cells, detoxify and rejuvenate


Specialty oils

Ulrike uses pure coconut oil, but you may also choose from these organic oils specifically for your needs:

  • Arnica for injuries and sore muscles
  • Lavender for relaxation
  • Birch for celulite
  • Pomegranate for skin regeneration
  • Calendula for very sensitive skin or eczema


The Importance of Touch

Physical contact improves our health as well as our relationships. Touch is as important as sunlight - without it, we become depressed, our immune system is compromised, and emotional pain and physical damage get worse. Why? When we're touched our bodies release oxytocin, one of those "happy hormones" that affect everything from how fast wounds heal to how much we trust other people and it increases the level of endorphins, leaving us with a greater sense of well-being.

Massage is known to relieve muscle tension and stiffness, increase circulation, and promote lymphatic drainage, but it does so much more. Massage:


Sessions are offered in the quiet sanctuary of the Kaleidoscope Healing Den at 591-D Wallace Street every Thursday and Friday, as well as on some Tuesdays and Saturdays. Mobile services in the comfort of your home or care facility are available at a small surcharge.

On Mondays and Wednesdays you can find her at the Healing Springs Spa in Harrison Hot Springs.