MoJo Wellness Therapies, LLC

Oviedo, FL

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How does your service stand out?

Before even thinking about becoming a massage therapist, I volunteered as a student athletic trainer beginning in high school. Since the age of 14 I learned about anatomy, physiology, injury prevention and rehabilitation, stretches for common injuries and more. That continued through college where I got to volunteer as a S.A.T. for UCF, the New York/New Jersey Hitman (XFL) and the Orlando Predators (AFL), so seeing muscles not only in health but also in injury gave me a better understanding of physiological limits, how far to push the body while avoiding injury. It also allowed me to observe differences in healthy tissue vs. strained, hypertonic, or atrophied tissue. Since becoming a massage therapist, I became certified in pre-natal and reflexology massage, and also underwent the medical massage practitioner certification. Needless to say, I use any and all techniques to fully customize every single treatment I do. No 2 people are the same, so why should your treatments be?
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Oviedo, FL 32765

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3 Reviews
  • Oscar O. Mar 7, 2015
    I had many many sessions of medical massage therapy with Monica. She is simply awesome. She is knowledgeable, professional and has what I call "healing power" in her hands! I would recommend Monica to everyone. As soon as I can I will be getting my massages again. I miss you Monica! You're the greatest!!! :)
  • Andrew M. Aug 30, 2011
    Monica is an amazing massage therapist! She has helped me several times with working out problems in my neck, back and complicated shoulder. She is also very knowledgeable and can help suggest ways to keep your body in good shape.
  • Tristan C. Aug 16, 2011
    Monica restrepo is an amazing massage therapist. She is the only one I have ever let massage me. From knots to relaxation she is number 1. Smartest most wonderful person I know.


What types of customers have you worked with?
I've been specializing in medical massage (manual therapy) for my clients for over a year now. A little bit of a different goal - not as relaxing as a therapeutic massage - but extremely beneficial for those who have been in pain from over-use injuries, previous surgeries, and more. I also do regular therapeutic massages that focus on decreasing stress and boosting the immune system by aiding the flow of lymph fluid in the body's lymphatic system. Short-term, therapeutic massages do aid in pain relief.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Don't be afraid to ask questions! Massage is a very subjective service. There are many different styles, pressures, and backgrounds that make up each individual massage. What is perfect for one person may not be perfect for you - so don't hesitate to specify exactly what you're looking for. Often times, if a therapist can't provide you with what you need, they may know someone in the field that will suit your needs perfectly. Even as time goes on, your needs may change. A more active lifestyle may require a deep tissue massage vs. a Swedish massage to work out some of the tension. Each massage should be tailored to fit your needs, every time.