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15 years in business
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Swedish massage (standard),
Patty provided an EXCELLENT massage. In total, the completion of paperwork, her assessment of my health needs/concerns, and the massage itself took about an hour and a half, but she still only charged for an hour. The massage was thorough and relaxing. I would not hesitate to use her services again and I highly recommend her!Dec 30, 2018Verified
Probably the best massage I have ever had. She took her time, she addressed all the problem areas I had. Then, she finished with a nice relaxation massage. And she is very friendly as well. I definitely recommend her!Mar 30, 2018Verified
Patty spends a lot of time with you. She makes sure you have a personalized massage. She is professional and knowledgeable. I will be recommending her to friends and family.Jul 17, 2017
Patty, Was very knowledgeable, and pays very close attention to detail. She will take time to take care of your issues with your muscles on that particular visit. I would recommend her as a massage therapist.Mar 30, 2016Verified
Patty was the first person who first determined any kind of muscle problems that I may have had where other massage therapists have not Extremely satisfied with the service Mobility in my neck and back was so much better she did a wonderful job and I would definitely suggest going to her and I myself will be returningDec 16, 2015Verified
License Type: MT - Massage Therapist (OH)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?There are now multiple session package discounts: 10% off for 5 sessions paid in advance, 15% off for 10 sessions paid in advance, and 20% off for 20 sessions paid in advance. These sessions must be used within a one year time period. They are transferable, for family/friends.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?On the first visit, New clients fill out a questionnaire that gives health information, pain areas, etc. We will discuss that to determine the best "route" to take when dealing with problem areas.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?The state of Ohio has a requirement of somewhere in the neighborhood of 750 class hours for licensing massage therapists, plus needing to pass the Medical Board test. Classroom activities included training in different techniques, such as Counterstrain and Muscle Energy Technique.