Experience the amazing difference a massage personalized to your own unique needs can be!
Address: 821 N. Bethlehem Pike. Spring House, PA 19477
Mon- Sat: 9:30am - 7:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm - 7:00pm
Friendly Staff; Walk-ins welcome (if available).
You're in Good Hands
You're in Good Hands at iCure Massage! For over 12 years we have served our clients in a comfortable, unique and pleasent facility with convenient parking and easy access. We offer customized treatments in preventative care, specific massage therapy and rehabilitation, and now foot massage for an easy and quick recharge in your day. In addition, warm stone, deep tissue and aromatherapy techniques are available and; as the ultimate relaxing and romantic indulgence, Couples Massage. Please call us to arrange your appointment and purchase gift certificates so appreciated by couples, families and friends.
Type of Massage we offer:
Swedish Oil Massage Deep Tissue Massage Hot Stone Massage
Trigger Point Therapy Reflexology Therapy Chair Massage
Acupressure Massage Foot Masssage Sport Massage
- Meridians and Points
The twelve meridians are connected with each other through the hand-foot, Yin-Yang and interior-exterior relations. They form the system of cyclic flow so that Chi(Qi) and blood can travel all over the body to Zang-Fu organs interiorly and to the muscle and superficies exteriorly, nourish the whole body.
The Meridians is a comprehensive term of "Jingluo" in Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM). They are the passages through which the Qi can be conducted.
The meridians mainly refer to the paths of main trunks which run up and down, interiorly and exteriorly within the body. The branches of meridians are called collaternals. These networks, thinner and smaller than meridians, run crisscross over the body. The meridians and its collaterals belong to the Zang-Fu organs interiorly and extend to the extremities and joints exteriorly integrating the Zang, the Fu, tissues and organs into an organic whole, by which they transport Chi (Qi) of blood and regulate Yin and Yang, keeping the functions and actives of the all parts of the body in harmony and balance relatively.