It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 2 times
2 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
Mon - Fri
8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Credit card, Cash, Square
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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
She’s amazing , you’ve got to try her massage wow !Feb 16, 2019Verified
Trish is an experienced massage therapist. She helped me with hip and back pain. She has a very calm and soothing manner.Feb 24, 2019
I have been getting massages from Jamie for several months and I cannot recommend her enough! She is highly skilled, knowledgeable and professional. She puts you at ease, and you walk away feeling amazing. She also addresses any specific problem spots you may have and gives you advice. I highly recommend her!Dec 1, 2017Review from Google
I’ve received massage therapy from Trish for over a year on a range of issues that include a chronic foot problem, a pulled back muscle and wellness spine and neck ‘tune-ups’. I find relief with every massage and increased range of motion after the spine and neck massage that I haven’t experienced in last 25 years. Trish is a valued member of my health team!May 28, 2018
I came down to Gainesville to visit some college friends and had a recommendation to go see Trish at Body Language for a massage. The office was calm and welcoming. I had the opportunity to meet both Jamie (the other owner) and Trish, who were wonderful and so enthusiastic about their practice. I had a 60 minute visit with Trish and it felt both like it lasted forever and was over in no time at all. She was knowledgeable and considerate. She made conversation when I wanted to talk and was quiet when I wanted to be quiet. She gave me some great pointers about my posture and, overall, gave me a fantastic massage. I would definitely go back!!Jul 21, 2017Review from Google
License Type: MA - Massage Therapist (FL)
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I would prefer you to arrive approximately 5-10 minutes before your scheduled appointment. When I meet you in my waiting room, I will offer you water and the restroom. You may help yourself to the restroom, which is located at the end of the hall on your left, at any time. We will then enter my office and have a seat. I like to discuss what body areas we will be addressing and get a general history of any injuries, surgeries and/or rehab related to the musculature & connective tissue (soft tissue) or joints & bone (hard tissue). Have you ever received massage before? I will then explain which area of the room is yours for undressing and storing your belongings, and also how I would like you to start on the table. I will step out of the room to let you disrobe in private. My preference is that you wear less clothing, and know confidently, that you will be draped modestly and professionally at all times. Less clothing in the way means I can access more tissue but I will NEVER ask you to do something you are uncomfortable with. I will let you know it is OK to communicate with me regarding pressure, especially if it's too much. Please just say "too much!" and I will not be offended. After your full appointment time has been redeemed, I will let you know that the session is complete and step out once again. I ask that you take your time getting dressed and open the office door once you are finished. I will then come back in the room to take your payment and discuss anything else on your mind including a review of this session, future appointments, questions about the body, etc.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a Bachelor's of Science in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from The University of Florida. I worked in a physical therapy clinic from 2014-2018 and I attended the Florida School of Massage for my massage therapy license in 2015. In the physical therapy setting, I gained knowledge and experience working with patients of such diverse backgrounds. Additionally, I have completed the 32-hour MotherTouch™ Prenatal Bodywork Training & Certification with instructor Leslie Stager and am certified to work with pregnant and prenatal clients.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I got started doing this type of work because I worked in a physical therapy clinic as an Exercise Technician and I saw an opportunity to offer more, and help people in a greater capacity. I see a great need for focus and genuine presence in our current healthcare model and practicing massage is a way I get XX minutes of undivided attention with a human being. This type of awareness is pivotal and changes lives. I've seen it happen many times. It inspires me to keep making the change I wish to see in the world.