Live Well Massage Therapy
It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 3 times
15 years in business
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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
Hot stone massage,
Great experience, would recommend. Very professional.Feb 19, 2014Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Client Loyalty Benefits No membership required like the commercial massage establishments, just your loyalty. New Clients - â¢ 1st Session 50% Off All Clients - My Thanks to You Benefits â¢ 25% Off Next Session for Facebook testimonial â¢ 20% Off Next Session for referral booking(s) â¢ Loyalty Cards o 1 Free Session After 5th Regularly Priced Session Advanced Booking Benefits o Pay as You Go ï§ 20% Off Each Session when Booked 3 Months in Advance ï§ 30% Off Each Session when Booked 6 Months in Advance (Each Options requires Minimum Booking of 1 Session per Month) o Prepay Packages ï§ Buy 4 Regularly Priced Sessions Get One Free ï§ Buy 8 Regularly Priced Sessions Get Three Free (Use Sessions How You Like, Within a Year) Service Providers, Military/Law Enforcement, Fire/EMT, Educators - â¢ 20% Off Each Session â¢ 30% Off Next Session After Referral Swedish Massage: 30 Minutes- $45 60 Minutes- $85 90 Minutes- $115 120 Minutes- $150 Swedish Massage w/Hot or Cold Stones: 60 Minutes- $100 90 Minutes- $130 120 Minutes- $165 Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point: 30 Minutes- $55 60 Minutes- $95 90 Minutes- $125 120 Minutes- $160 Sports Massage: 60 Minutes- $105 90 Minutes- $135 120 Minutes- $170 Craniosacral Therapy: Full Craniosacral Therapy Session 45-75 Minutes- $95 Craniosacral Therapy w/Massage 90-105 Minutes- $125
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?In addition to the required continuing education each year I seek continuing education to stay current with the best modalities I have found serve my clients the best.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I began my college education in Nursing School with the goal of becoming a Pediatric Nurse. During my time in school I began working with individuals with disabilities and Alzheimer's patients. After losing two clients I realized that I may not be cut out to deal with losing children. Over the years I used Massage Therapy as part of rehabilitation from injuries so I became very familiar with the benefits. After changing my career path twice I decided I wanted to get back to the medical field, a field that would allow me to care for others and help make their quality of life better. This desire led me to Massage Therapy school. My mentor calls me a natural and I agree with him as well as clients that I have worked with since I received my license 9 years ago. I am reminded daily of my desire to help others and excited by seeing the benefits of massage helping each person I am fortunate enough to meet.