EvolvE offers customizable massages with Organic Essential Oils to ensure our guests relax and recover according to their lifestyle. With additional services options like CBD oil, dry brushing or a luminous body buff to elevate your treatment, EvolvE has something for everyone.
Compression is complimentary before or after your treatment.
EXPRESS (30 minutes)
Member Rate $56
For those short on time, this massage is designed to ease tight muscles throughout the neck, shoulders and upper back. The perfect pick me up for the guest on the go.
GROUNDED (60 minutes)
Member Rate $96
Feel stress melt away with this nurturing massage designed to induce full body relaxation. Calm a busy mind and relax completely with the use of organic essential oils to center and ground mind, body and spirit.
BLISS (75 minutes)
Member Rate $112
Release pressure and tension from the body, restoring energy and vitality. A massage to leave you feeling centered and completely restored.
INDULGENCE (90 minutes)
Member Rate $120
Dry brushing removes dead skin cells and increases circulation, aiding the body in detoxification. This Ayurvedic treatment features Vata oil and soft Swedish massage. Leave in a state of deep relaxation.
CBD OIL (90 minutes)
Member Rate $128
This holistic and blissfully balancing treatment experience envelopes you with CBD oil. Known for Its inflammation and pain reduction properties as well as its abilities to relieve stress and anxiety, sore muscles, and aching joints. Our oil is comprised of organic CBD, the non-psychoactive components of the plant, free of pesticides, gmo’s and heavy metals. This massage will leave you feeling completely recharged.
LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE (60 minutes)
Member Rate $96
If you’re feeling sluggish, recovering from an injury or surgery, or experiencing swelling or reduced immune function, this treatment is for you. Lymphatic drainage is a customized form of bodywork that improves lymph flow and removes waste from the body, helping restore immune function. The lymph is a delicate network of vessels and nodes which is the primary structure of the immune system. Lymph nodes act as checkpoints that filter the fluid and serve as home for lymphocytes – cells that attack and destroy foreign bacteria, viruses and abnormal cells.
Consider an Infrared Sauna session prior for deeper relaxation and detoxification.
Discover Membership for best rates on treatments.
$99 | month
(1X | Month) 60 Minute Acupuncture, Massage or Skin Treatment
Memberships include Compression + Photobiomodulation in our Member lounge.
20% off practitioner services
Cryotherapy or Infrared Sauna only $20
Best. Massage. Ever.
Evolve is everything you can ask for in a wellness center.
Meaghan believes that wellness comes from a balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Her goal is to use massage to help each client get closer to achieving this balance. She graduated in 2012 from Texas Healing Arts Institute in Austin, Texas. As a detail-oriented therapist, Meaghan integrates several modalities during each session including deep tissue, Swedish, and trigger point therapy, customizing each experience to her clients’ needs. It is her passion to continue to grow and expand her knowledge of bodywork to bring lasting, well-rounded care to every client.
After years of being in the fast-paced world of corporate environments, Alicia decided to focus more on her personal philosophies. Centered around her belief that we only get one shot at life, her feeling is that we must make each day special. It is so important to treasure each moment and every experience.
Alicia came to massage therapy after spending 25 years as an IT professional. Outside of work, she has always lived a very active lifestyle. Upon moving to Austin, rowing on Town Lake became a new adventure. Also in Austin, her interests allowed her to delve into the independent film industry. Long distance cycling allowed Alicia to see Texas from the saddle of a Romic bicycle.
Alicia began her massage practice began in 2010, a very great year. She received her training at the esteemed Lauterstein Conway Massage School in Austin, Texas completing the 500-hour program. Through continuing education, she has achieved National Board Certification.
In her continuing education, she explores modalities that support her philosophies and her clientele. Her areas of focus are Advanced Integrated Bodywork, Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation, CranioSacral Therapy and Manual Lymphatic Drainage.
Take time to get back to the basics. Experience the comfort and the joy of massage and body work. Whether for healing or well-being, it’s a gift.
All sessions begin with a consultation and each treatment is designed for your specific needs. Because clients exist in different scenarios that vary from day to day, no two sessions are the same. Each session is designed with the goal of creating maximum healing potential for the body, mind, spirit connection.
It is exciting to work with people who want more from life and who reach for their limits. Together, we can make a difference. You are on a healing journey. I am here to assist you.
Lee Adkins is a massage therapist, massage therapy instructor and continuing education provider. Lee received his massage therapy license in 1999, massage therapy instructor license in 2004 and continuing education provider in 2005. Lee specializes in deep tissue, natal-pre/peri/post, sports, myofascial release, scar tissue work, lymphatic drainage, singing bowls and kinesio taping. Lee employs postural analysis and assessment and detailed body analysis to individualize each client’s session.
Kirsten is a compassionate and sensitive healer. She has been a licensed massage therapist and Reiki master for 10 years, has a masters degree in Oriental Medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine. At AOMA, she was able to rigorously study Chinese medicine academically and clinically. She elected to include tuina (Asian medical bodywork) and medical qigong as focuses at AOMA. Yoga is a daily part of her life’s practice as well.
Kirsten has especially had success alleviating pain from acute or chronic injuries, menopausal and peri-menopausal symptoms, carpal tunnel syndrome, and erectile disfunction.
Her current studies are in Japanese “Hari” style acupuncture with Takayuki Koei Kuwahara. This East Asian medical art regulates and balances the flow of ki in and around the meridians to strengthen one’s life force.
She is currently a member of Acupuncturists without Borders and will soon be learning how to help communities who are faced with natural disasters with acupuncture.
Her first wakeup call to become a healthcare practitioner came when hurricane Katrina hit and the aftermath was felt throughout our southern region. “I wanted to have a skill to help people with their physical and emotional losses that was not dependent upon modern technology. In times of natural disaster, modern technology is not always readily available.”
Another current focus of study is facial acupuncture in order to assist patients in not only feeling their best but looking their best. Constitutional Acupuncture is a form of facial acupuncture that incorporates and treats the patient’s psycho-emotional being by way of the 8 extraordinary channels — therefore treating the root of a person’s appearance. Kirsten is taking into her practice several sources of facial acupuncture modalities to offer to her patients who would like to include anti-aging therapy as part of their wellness care.
“What I love about my work is that every day, I have the opportunity to help people feel better and recover from their illness/conditions naturally with acupuncture and herbal medicine.”