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Almost 40% of Americans will be diagnosed with some form of cancer in their lifetime and every one of us are affected by it.

While medical science is making amazing progress in fighting cancer, make no mistake that the disease still takes a devastating physical and emotional toll. A gentle massage isn’t capable of repairing the damage done by cancer, but it can give a measure of relief during this stressful time.

Massage therapy is safe for cancer patients as long as they are seen by someone trained in oncology massage. They should have experience with lymphedema and understand how to work around ports and medical devices. Always talk to your doctor before undergoing oncology massage to make sure it is right for you.


Pain is the most common and debilitating symptom among cancer patients. While the exact prevalence of pain varies depending on the type and stage of cancer, research shows that pain generally affects over 50% of those undergoing cancer therapy and up to 90% with advanced cancer experience pain.

Massage therapy shows promise for reducing pain intensity/severity, fatigue, and anxiety in cancer populations. This is the conclusion of a collaborative meta-analysis of research on massage therapy for pain conducted by Samueli Institute and commissioned by the Massage Therapy Foundation, with support from the AMTA. 


Oncology massage can change the way it feels to live with a serious illness. By providing clinically reasoned and thoughtfully adapted massage, therapists nourish body, mind, and spirit to:

  • Improve quality of life

  • Reduce anxiety

  • Help with the management of pain

  • Improve quality of sleep

  • Reduce fatigue

  • Reduce unpleasant sensation from chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN)

  • Increase function in areas affected by scar tissue resulting from surgery and radiation

  • Reduce post-surgical swelling and support rehabilitation and recovery

  • Support the lymph system and assist with lymphedema management

  • Improve body awareness and image

Image by National Cancer Institute


"Avishai is dedicated to his work and very intuitive with his treatments for his patients. He has helped me gain more clarity, direction, and confidence when dealing with life issues. I highly recommend."

- Aaron S.


1 session(60 mins.)


3 sessions


5 sessions


10 sessions


House Calls

130$ per hour


Get 3 sessions per week of 60$ for 2 or 4 weeks each instead of 300$

Get 2 sessions per week of 80$ for 2 or 4 weeks

Back Massage


Couple Package

200$ / Session

Group of 3

270$ / Session

Group of 4

320$ / Session

Longer sessions package plans are available upon request.


New research is helping health care professionals and patients alike understand the role massage therapy plays in an integrative care plan. From providing stress relief to helping patients better handle symptoms such as pain and side effects like nausea, massage therapy can make an important difference for cancer patients. 

  • Are there any side effects to this therapies?
    There are no known side effects, at the most tiredness a day or after or feeling of realizing a burden after a day or two.
  • Is the therapies offered are invasive?
    None of the therapies offered are invasive.
  • Should I ignore conventional medicine advice?
    Not at all always follow the doctors advice. We are all putting the same effort in the healing process.
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