|Monday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Friday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.|
Knoxville Reflexology Inc./Thermography/Massage
About this pro
23 years in business
18 hires on Thumbtack
Carrie was delightful and very responsive to my request. Jan was wonderful. He's at massage I've had in years. Definitely rescheduling.Feb 18, 2018Verified
I was greeted by Carrie when I arrived and she made me feel very welcome. Jan performed my massage and did an excellent job. Great atmosphere, very friendly staff. I would highly recommend to others.Aug 26, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Massage 30 min $50 60 min $80 90 min $110 Combo Massage/Reflexology $165 Reflexology Evaluation & Treatment with PEMF (new client): $167.50 Reflexology with PEMF (existing client): $158.50 PEMF Therapy 30 Minute Session: $73.50 Thermography Screening: One Region $259 Follow Up $199 2 Regions $359 3 Regions $429 Full Body $559 Body Cleanse: $38 Massage: $80 with hot stones add $10 Reiki 30-45min $75. Full experience with essential oils of Frankincense and crystals placed on chakra points on body during session.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?What to Expect - A Typical First Session Treatments begin with a consultation, discussing your individual medical history as well as your needs and expectations. During your initial consultation you will be asked to complete a Client Information form which consists of questions relating to your general health and medical history. This is so the treatments can be assessed to your individual needs, and is strictly confidential. On the first treatment clients are asked to give their written consent for the treatment and minors need to have consent from a legal guardian. All clients are asked to remove their shoes and socks for the treatment, but otherwise remain fully clothed, and an organic foot wipe is applied to the feet as a medium before the treatment begins. Clients are asked to lie down on a massage table and completely relax in order to gain full benefit. Ms. Wagner will make a visual and tactile examination of the feet and then start the treatment with moves to relax the feet. The Reflexology treatment itself is then performed using a specialized movement of the thumb and fingers with only appropriate pressure applied. Ms. Wagner may detect subtle changes in specific points on the feet and will work on these points which may help bring the corresponding organ or system back into balance with the body. You may feel slight tenderness when certain reflexes are being worked on and again she will gently work these which may help homeostasis in the body. "Is the treatment ticklish?" you may ask. Surprisingly, more often than not, even with people worried that they may be ticklish, the therapy is not ticklish. The pressure used during the treatment is firm without being hard. Reflexology does not tickle. However while the feet are being worked, there may be some discomfort. This is a reaction from illness or damage to a part of the body. Areas of discomfort do improve over each session as Ms. Wagner works to bring your body to zero balance. She will ask you to gage the discomfort between 1 to 10.... 10 being almost unbearable and will adjust accordingly. Treatments typically end with some deep breathing, guided by the practitioner. Reflexology can leave you feeling very relaxed after just one treatment. The therapist's expert touch can help you relax which can improve mood, aid sleep and relieve tension. The result is an overall sense of well-being. On the whole you will find a reflexology treatment stimulates deep relaxation and a sense of feeling reconnected with yourself and the world again. Individuals can feel either rejuvenated or very relaxed at the end of a session, depending on what the body needs. If you feel tired, you will usually feel more energetic once you have rested enough. Ms. Wagner will give you an information sheet outlining what she has found and what your "homework" will be between treatments. A course of treatments may be recommended depending on your body's needs. After the course you may wish to have monthly treatments for maintenance and/or because it makes you feel good. Many clients return again and again because they enjoy the treatments so much and feel extremely relaxed afterwards.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Carrie Wagner, a Certified Registered Reflexologist and owner of Knoxville Reflexology Group, Inc., since 1995, is currently pursuing a Ph. D. in Holistic Nutrition from the University of Natural Medicine and holds a M.Ed. in Educational Psychology from the University of Minnesota and a B.S. in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. These qualifications coupled with more than a decade of clinical experience, make her uniquely able to offer safe and effective Face/Foot & Hand Therapeutic Reflexology. Knoxville Reflexology Group, Inc., Your Path to Better Health, specializing in Foot & Body Pain Relief and Detoxification. Since 2008, Carrie has been an expert at Functional Blood Nutritional Analysis, helping many people with chronic conditions. She teaches the Seven Phases of Toxicity to all her clients and encourages everyone to do regular detoxification, healthy eating and supplementation protocols to improve their blood work quickly. She has received extensive training in the areas of: Applied Kinesiology and Muscle Testing, Auricular Therapy, Cold Laser Therapy, Detoxification Protocols. Emotional Release Techniques, Essential Oils, Facial Reflexology, Foot Reflexology, Functional Blood Work Analysis, Functional Endocrinology, Hand Reflexology, Homeopathy, Korean Hand Therapy, Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field Therapy and Training, Toe Analysis, Thyroid Health and Nutritional Urine Analysis. Her latest certification is in Thermography. Jan Campbell, LMT is trained in Deep Tissue 💆 Massage and offers a very therapeutic and relaxing massage. Essential Oils can be added for no extra charge. Carrie loves to share the knowledge she has about living a long and healthy life. She is often heard on TV and Radio including on WBIR Style Show as a Style Expert on reflexology. She has written several articles for regional magazines including Fresh Outlook Magazine, Celebrating Women and Natural Awakenings-Knoxville, TN. We get to the cause of the problem and help balance the client with a customized protocol that brings their body to homeostasis quickly. I tell people when they walk in my office, whatever you have it is subject to change!, says Wagner. Licenses and Certifications: Licensed Massage Therapist - Jan Campbell. Carrie Wagner, M.Ed. PhD student Owner, RCR, CCTT B.S. College of Health Sciences: Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, UW-Milwaukee M.Ed., University of Minnesota Registered Certified Reflexologist, International Institute of Reflexology Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition, University of Natural Medicine Tennessee Reflexology Association 1997-present Modalities: Foot/Hand Reflexology Facial Reflexology Praxis Verteberalis Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Therapy Trainer Emotional Release Therapy using Young Living Essential Oils Raindrop Therapy using Young Living Essential Oils Korean Hand Therapy Clinical Aromatherapy Auricular Medicine Therapy Applied Kinesiology Clinical Aromatherapy Classes 2 & 3A Cold Laser Therapy Quantum Touch Therapy Functional Blood Chemistry Nutritional Analysis Functional Endocrinology Integra Bio-Markers urine analysis