Applied Wellness, LLC
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4 hires on Thumbtack
Amazing neck massage! By far the best masseuse I've ever been too, he actually listened and focused on the problem areas in my neck and shoulders. Very professional, I definitely plan on going back!Mar 13, 2016Verified
I'm very pleased with John and the service he gives. He takes very good care of me and my individual aches. I don't think anything about it could be better except I'm always sad when the hour comes to an end.Dec 29, 2014
John always provide excellent service and comes from the heart in everything he does. I highly recommend me as a wellness practitioner!Dec 13, 2014
Best massage I have ever had and I am experienced in this area. I explained my trigger and stress points when John first asked if I had any areas of concern. Pressure was perfect. John is amazing I would highly recommend him. Thank you John I look forward to my next massage!Dec 12, 2014
I have been getting massage from John for the last 8 months. He is very professional and has a confidence that makes me feel comfortable with him. He is a fountain of knowledge about the body and shares information not only about exercise but other factors in your life that affect how you are feeling. I have been getting massages for over 20 years and I would rate John among my top two therapists.Dec 12, 2014
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Unless you are a member at one of the local franchises a massage is listed anywhere from $80 to $129 for an hour depending on the environment. To drive, set up, break down equipment and perform service will take close to 1.5 - 2 hrs total. Therefore, I consider $99 for a hands on hour session to be fair. I will discount my services to two reasons: 1) multiple sessions (family members) per visit I would lower my price to $75 per session. Or, I would ask a lower rate of $75 per session if the client has their own equipment (table, sheets) that is set up upon arrival.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?My current interest has been in Lymphatic and Myofascial work.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?My wife was in a head on auto accident before we married in 1993. One of the only healthcare modalities that helped alleviate her pain and her headaches was Massage Therapy. After being complimented on my hands many times and knowing her condition was semi-permanent, I decided to go through a training program in CO to help her as she needs it. She is doing much better and only needs thorough work once a month to help keep her tension in check.