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Swedish massage (standard),
Deep tissue massage,
Hot stone massage,
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- Lindsay D.
Casey did an incredible job! Very professional and courteous. The massage space was so comfortable and warm. He really listened to what I needed and preferred and helped work out some really painful areas. I left so refreshed! He is an amazing massage therapist and I would recommend him to anyone and everyone!Feb 11, 2020Verified
- Allie B.
Casey did a great job and my husband said it was the best massage he's had. Casey was able to read his body and adapt the massage perfectly to which muscles required more attention. Will definitely use again and recommend.Mar 1, 2021Verified
- Rose M.
We asked for last minute service... he was so gracious to accommodate. We really appreciated him. Amazing massages. Thank you so muchFeb 18, 2021Verified
- Zachary P.
Casey was GREAT! This was the first time I've had a massage therapist come to my home and he made it a fantastic experience! He was extremely professional and made sure that I was comfortable through the entire session. I've already paid for several more sessions with Casey and will absolutely recommend him!Sep 26, 2019Verified
- Shayma E.
Casey was amazing, kind, and very accommodating with my schedule. I highly recommend him for massage therapy.Mar 11, 2020Verified
License Type: Massage Therapist (UT)
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I want my new client to feel comfortable and without any worries for their first session. Feel free to ask me any questions you might have for your first visit. I will have my table heated with essentials oils ready to go before we get started.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I studied at the Utah College of Massage Therapy in Salt Lake City for a year as well as earning my degree from the University of Utah.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Along with most therapists, I started just rubbing family members shoulders at family gatherings. At a suggestion by my sister I decided to check out the local massage school and potential career opportunities. I realized that massage therapy could be a fantastic side career for the rest of my schooling and throughout life. Once in school I developed a passion for the curriculum that was being taught in regards to bodywork and overall wellness. I learned that massage is not just a luxury but a necessity.