Nikki Sauter

Deep Tissue Massage Therapist | Certified Medical Masseuse

About Nikki

Nikki Sauter, massage therapist since 2011, licensed in North Carolina, New York and Virginia is a deep tissue therapeutic massage therapist. She is certified in medical massage therapy using such techniques as trigger point therapy, deep transverse friction and medical cupping to relieve fascial restrictions and adhesions that cause pain and impede good posture and movement. Nikki and her 3 little dogs recently moved to the area to be closer to family. She has a small farm where she raises alpacas, emus, peacocks, and Sebastopol geese, all protected by her 2 great pyrenes.

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Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage

Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage rids your body of tension, releases tightness and gives relief from chronic and acute pain caused by injury or overworked muscles. Her therapeutic massage techniques focus on deeper problem areas, with greater pressure applied during the massage. Deep Tissue Massage is highly effective for relieving chronic stress areas, due to misalignment, repetitive motions and past injuries. Client and therapist work as a team to locate and alleviate pain patterns. Soreness can be common after this treatment. Pressure will be adjusted appropriately for comfort.

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Medical Massage Therapy

Medical Massage is an outcome-based type of massage, which means that the objective is not just to receive an enjoyable massage, but to create measurable improvements towards your goals. Medical massage can be an effective treatment for many conditions including back and neck pain, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, ITB syndrome, and many more. This form of massage therapy is especially useful for neuromusculoskeletal conditions but is also helpful for mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

Medical Cupping

Medical Cupping is a therapeutic process that uses suction cups to create negative pressure on the skin, drawing blood and other fluids closer to the surface. This can help relieve muscle tension, promote cell repair, and improve circulation. Cupping therapy is used in conjunction with a massage therapy session. It’s very typical for skin discoloration with cupping that will last a few days to a week or more.



Service Duration Regular Price CBF Members Wellness Series (4) CBF Members (4)
60-Minute Massage 60 minutes $95.00 $85.00 $360.00 $320.00
90-Minute Massage 90 minutes $140.00 $130.00 $540.00 $520.00