Steve Zeswitz

Steve Zeswitz

A certified professional massage therapist in the Commonwealth of Virginia, certified by the National Certification Board of Massage Therapy and Bodywork. He is a professional SRT Certified Health Care Provider & SRT Instructor certified by the Spinal Research Institute, International. Steve studied massage at Northern Virginia Community College.

Massage Treatment Prices

Full 20 minute massage – $30

Full 60 minute massage – $75

Full 90 minute massage – $85

*Rates above apply to any desired massage modality.

** Yoga Nook clients receive a 20% discount on all massage offerings.


Tension Tamer

A necessity when time is limited.  Two 20 minute massages working on the specific area you need tension relief!

2 x 20 minute massages - $50

Stress Buster

The daily stress of life quickly takes its toll on our body, mind and spirit.  De-stress with 2 x 90 minute full body massages on the days and times of your choosing.

2 x 90 minute massages - $150

Zed Lite

We treat our cars better than we treat our bodies.  It’s time to make a commitment to yourself.  This package puts you on the right track.

3 x 60 minute massages - $186

Zed Special

Whether chosen as a treatment plan designed to meet your specific therapeutic needs or as a regular addition to your overall wellbeing, this package is the best value for better health.

6 x 60 minute massages - $330

*Rates are applicable to any massage.

*Packages are non-transferable and cannot be shared.

*24 Hour notice is required for cancellations or fees are forfeited.

*All Massage packages must be prepaid.

Massage Offerings

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is the most commonly offered and best known type of massage. The technique was developed by a Swedish physiologist, Henri Peter Ling in 1812. It uses a firm but gentle pressure to improve circulation, ease muscle aches and tension, improve flexibility and encourage relaxation.

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage aimed at the deeper tissue structures of muscle and fascia, or connective tissue. Deep tissue massage uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massage, but the pressure will generally be more intense with intent to create thixotropy within the connective tissue.  As a rule, deep tissue should not cause muscle bracing or for the client to have to catch her breath, as that would be physiologically counterproductive; however, tender areas of tension or injury may arise during the massage.  Communication between therapist and client is essential.

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy

A trigger point is a hyperirritable point in a muscle that causes generalized pain, stiffness or weakness. A trigger point often refers pain to other locations on the body.  This therapy will locate and deactivate the trigger point(s) using 3-phase ischemic compression.

Spinal Reflex Therapy (SRT)

Created by Dr. Frank Jarrell at the Spinal Reflex Institute, Spinal Reflex Therapy is a science-based soft tissue protocol that stimulates the physiology of muscles, joints, and the nervous system to reduce pain and soft tissue dysfunction throughout the body.  SRT applies a steady pressure technique to receptors at the musculo-tendonous junctions, stimulating both tissue lengthening and release of the body’s natural pain-relieving neurochemicals.

Sports Massage

This massage uses a combination of Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Trigger Point techniques, focusing on specific muscle groups that  are dominant in sporting activities. Depending on the client’s desired result, focus will be on the shoulder girdle and upper arms, the pelvic girdle and thighs, or the trunk. This massage is a great addition to a yoga practice, for preparation and cool-down (20 minute sessions).