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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
Hot stone massage,
My husband was super amazed with the service and all he does is keep talking about the massage. She has definitely gained a new client.Feb 15, 2020Verified
Sharon is an excellent therapist- her sports massage worked wondersAug 21, 2019Verified
Hands down one of the best massages ever....! Sharon was efficient, effective and on point with her services. I feel very new! Pain relief does exist! I will use again!Nov 2, 2019Verified
Both my husband and myself had 90 minute massages. His was a deep tissue and mine was a Swedish massage. Both of us were very pleased with the service and she really helped my back, which had been spasming. Normally I don’t let any masseuse touch my back due to spinal fusion surgery, but decided to give her a try. Great results and we’ll definitely use her again. Highly recommended.Sep 29, 2019Verified
I travel a lot and get massages all over the world. This was one of the best massage experiences I have had. I was in town for a conference and chose this provider. If you are a person that enjoys a spectacular deep tissue massage from a person that is pleasant and professional, look no further.Oct 26, 2019VerifiedPeaceful Pain Relief Therapeutic Massage's reply
So cute! Thank you so much!
License Type: Massage Therapist (FL)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Normally I go with the companies that pay best, but I am also very flexible with people that need a lot of treatments for pain. It all depends on the needs of the client as well.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Well I typically try to get the best intake I can, asking general questions about what are their general concerns, if they're physical, stress related, work related, lifestyle related. I listen for the information I can to create the most customizable treatment that will meet their needs. I also watch for what they like and dislike, that's very important at first, to know what type of touch they're accustomed to and how deep of pressure they can tolerate. It's a lot of active listening mostly and asking the right questions.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?My most recent continuing education course was a rehab fitness specialist because I see the need in my clients to know when they need to strengthen their muscles to prevent future pain or eradicate current pain from muscle weakness. This is the latest class and I am working on developing those skills more as soon as I take my personal training test very soon.