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Good Life

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The Alaska Club's spa amenities:

Good Life membership benefits for The Alaska Club fitness membersMembership Plus benefits for The Alaska Club fitness members

Benefits of Massage:

  • Stimulates circulation
  • Improves muscle tone
  • Increases flexibility
  • Reduces mind & body stress
  • Speeds the healing of injuries
  • Relaxes muscle spasms
  • Speeds recovery & elimination of toxins after exercise
  • Helps with overall relaxation & rebalancing of energy


Massage Types

Did you know there are more than 100 modalities of massage? The Alaska Club's Certified Massage Therapists practice the following types of massage and more - if you're looking for something you don't see here, please contact us. We may have a therapist who can provide what you're looking for.


  • Long, smooth strokes with gentle to medium pressure
  • The entire body is worked on in a very slow methodical manner
  • A very relaxing treatment

Deep Tissue

  • Focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue
  • Especially helpful for chronically tense and contracted areas such as stiff necks, lower back tightness and sore shoulders

Sport & Sports Injury

  • Helps increase flexibility, reduce the risk of injury, and alleviate post-workout tension
  • Effective when combined with range-of-motion and gentle stretching techniques

Prenatal Massage

  • Modified Swedish/Relaxation massage with 3–5 body pillows for additional support
  • Safely reduces anxiety, stress, back pain, muscle tension, joint pain and headaches
  • Improves circulation
  • Promotes better sleep

How to Schedule

Available 7 Days a WeekOur massage therapists are available 7 days a week to serve you. Choose from our therapists below and call Reservations Specialist to schedule an appointment, or stop by any The Alaska Club Member Support Desk to schedule.  Not sure which therapist or treatment modality might be right for you? Stop by or call Reservations Specialist, and we'll help you find the perfect fit.


How to Make the Most of Your Massage



During your massage session, you will be draped with a sheet.  You will choose whether to be fully or partially unclothed under the drape.  Only the area of the body being massaged will be uncovered, such as the back, legs, arms & neck.


Light oil is used to enable the therapist's hands to slide over the skin without causing chaffing or pulling hair.  Inform the therapist if you have any allergies that might be aggravated by the oil.

Makeup and Hair

If you prefer that hair and makeup not be disturbed, inform the therapist not to massage your face or scalp.


You may or may not feel muscular discomfort during your massage.  Your comfort level will be respected.  Give feedback before, during and after your massage.  You may experience mild soreness the day after a massage, much the same as your muscles feel after having worked out.  Drinking plenty of water will help remove toxins flushed out during a massage.

Massage Style

Many massage therapists combine styles and techniques.  An integrated approach of Swedish, Therapeutic and Sports is most commonly used.  Let your therapist know if you have a preference.

Participate in your session

Ask questions.  Let the therapist know if you ever feel uncomfortable.  Above all, relax, and enjoy your massage.