Deep Tissue Massage

A fusion between Swedish massage and structural massage, Deep Tissue Massage relieves aches and pains that are stored in the deepest parts of the muscles. Deep massage therapy features firm pressure and long, slow strokes to reach the deepest layers of muscle, tendons, and fascia. These are the protective layers of connective tissue that surround our muscles, joints, and bones.

It is perfect for working out the muscle knots while alleviating stubborn tension and soreness. Also, deeper massage is beneficial for chronic aches and pains in the upper and lower back, shoulders, legs, and neck.


  • Deep Tissue Massage: 90, 75, 60, 45 or 30 Minutes
  • Aromatherapy
  • Warm Neck Pillow
  • Hot Herbal Steam Towel Treatment on Neck & Feet
Total Time: 30-90 Minutes Price: $95-$180
  • 90 Minutes | $180
  • 75 Minutes | $155
  • 60 Minutes | $135
  • 45 Minutes | $115
  • 30 Minutes | $95
  • Save On A Series:
  • Purchase 5 Massages, Get the 6th Free


  • Express Magic Mint Foot Reflexology | $15
  • Hand or Foot Hydration Treatment | $15
  • Full Body Dry Brush Exfoliation w/ Take Home Dry Brush | $15
  • Extra Massage (15 Minutes/Choose a Body Part) | $25
  • Magic Mint or Lavender Scalp Treatment (15 Minutes) | $30
  • Warm Sugar or Salt Foot & Calf Scrub with Essential Oils (15 Minutes) | $30
  • Mini Hot Stone Treatment (15 Minutes) | $40
  • Sauna Time with Hot Herbal Steam Towel Treatment in Room | $40
  • Foot Ritual: Reflexology, Warm Sugar Foot Scrub & Hydrating Massage (30 Minutes) | $90

Deep Tissue Massage FAQs

What Are The Benefits of Deep Tissue Massage?

Unlike relaxation massage techniques like Swedish massage, deep tissue massage offers both mental and physical benefits. The main benefits of a deep massage:

  • Stress relief and headache pain
  • Relief for lower back pain, plantar fasciitis, fibromyalgia, and sciatica, and sports injuries
  • Helps lower blood  pressure and heart rate
  • Helps break up and minimize scar tissue
  • Treats the many symptoms of arthritis

Deep Tissue vs. Swedish Massage: What's the Difference?

The main difference between Swedish massage and deep tissue massage is the amount of pressure used by your massage therapist. Deep tissue massage uses more pressure than Swedish massage. However, there are lots of other reasons you may prefer one massage technique over the other.

Learn more in our article “What’s the Difference Between  Swedish And Deep Tissue Massage?

Deep Tissue Massage Near Me?

Viva Day Spa + Med offers deep tissue massage in Austin at all of three of our spa locations.

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