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Jessica was great! The location was very easy to find. Off of Military and Spanaway Loop aka Steel St. She got right down to the most obvious knotted muscles and slowly yet surely eased the muscle tension and pain. I have been to my far share of massage therapist and she is one of the best! Think I even fell asleep a couple of times. Afterward my husband wanted to go too. And he was amazed by how much she reminded him of our old massage therapist. We look forward to seeing Jessica again in the near future.
Although I have not used Laura's services as of yet,she behaved in a very professional manor when I spoke to her on the phone. I was informed by Laura,about all of the different massage therapy's that she offers. I will be looking forward to receiving her services in the near future. I am certain it will be very nice,with a satisfying result for my sore muscles :)
I've been seeing Nicole for massage therapy for more than 5 years. Her therapy room is calming, cozy and an escape from the real world. There you will enjoy your hour, that's right, she still gives an actual 60 minute massage. I've seen her for therapeutic massage or just for relaxation. I highly recommend her.
I started training with Tim Koffler 8 years ago, yes, EIGHT years ago. Before, I had worked with others trainers, but Tim proved to be the best by far. He introduced exercises that I did not think i'd be capable of doing. He encouraged me to go for them and I learned how to trust him and his judgement. Tim changed the routines all the time to keep me challenged, prevent boredom and see the results I wanted. I can honestly say I would not be in the shape I'm in without Tim. He is demanding and creative. He is always ready with new ideas; always willing to adjust workouts. He has an eye for my strengths and weaknesses (of which there are quite a few). Training is not always fun, but Tim knows that. He is patient when it seems necessary, supportive and very knowledgeable. A few years ago, Tim also became a Licensed Massage Therapist. That extra knowledge of the body and its functions is priceless. He can "diagnose" problems during training; give expert advice and he offers massage therapy if needed. I love the workout sessions with Tim. He pushes me harder than I would ever do myself. He is easy going and reliable and became a good friend after all these years. A great trainer like Tim is such a pleasure. It's a commitment I made to stay healthy and in shape; and it's a commitment on his side, too. I will continue training with him as long as I'm able to lift a 2-pound dumbbell!
Shawn is the Massage Therapist you hope to find. His long medical career gives him a level of knowledge far beyond massage training. His touch is firm, sure, effective......also gentle and relaxing. What a treasure. I feel wonderful after a session with Shawn.
When I started seeing Hans Quistorff my surgeons and other doctors had written me off and told me they had done all they could and there was nothing left to do but manage the pain. One of my problems was that my sternum did not completely heal after open heart surgery making leading a normally active life impossible. Hans has helped me overcome that and many all other obstacles so I am able to live an active lifestyle again which I never thought I would! I have sent all my closest friends to him and some have even traveled nearly 1000 miles to receive treatment from him! Every one I've ever sent to him have been shocked and amazed at their results!
As a landscaper, I'm always bending and leaning, tugging, pushing, lifting equipment and materials for long hours. Though it keeps me in shape, it also wares on my joints and muscles. So I have found getting an occasional routine massage has helped keep me active and virtually pain free so I can continue to do the best job for my clients. Delaney's understanding of body mechanics and the correct way to massage has helped me immensely. For me, he has explained a better way to work to keep my body working. Having a massage as a part of my monthly health ritual has made a huge difference.
Can't say enough. This was by far my best massage therapy session I have ever had! responsive and attentive to my needs and the issues to be addressed, adjusted pressure and intensity as needed. Professional, knowledgeable and skilled! Well worth it and will continue to work with him!
My experience with Charice was excellent. She found tense muscles I didn't know I had. Expertly worked out the tension. Left me feeling like could float away like a feather in a breeze. Her session was very professional. No mindless prattle. She asked what areas needed special attention and went to work. Her work is deep yet relatively comfortable. The kind pain that hurts soo good. I would definitely repeat with her and recommend her highly.
I started receiving massages from Bonner while he was still in massage school, and even then, he was amazing. He is very intuitive and quick to learn what works and doesn't work for you; best of all, he REMEMBERS what works and doesn't have to be told or asked twice. I can highly recommend him.
I offer therapeutic massage including several techniques such as Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, MFR, friction, etc., to improve and maintain optimal health. I deliver specialized treatment massage for injuries and specific conditions due to accident, injury and/or illness.
Oceanview Massage Clinic (OMC) offers relaxation and stress-relief massage and craniosacral therapy. Renew and delight in massage by honoring your well-being. Optimize the functioning of your central nervous system and treat physical and emotional injury and trauma with the light touch of craniosacral therapy. OMC promotes the holistic interconnection of body, mind, emotion and spirit. One client had this to say "Your love and presence is felt in your touch."
I'm looking to promote awareness of and strength within the human body, providing pain and stress relief through integrative massage. I've proven to be a skillful licensed massage therapist looking to expand on my existing experience and further grow my clientele. Providing the ultimate service in the comforts of your home, my office or even a hotel room, I aim to rid the aches, pains and tension from the stress we all experience at work, at home or out playing, perhaps a little too hard at times. With a over 1,000 hours of training and succeeding practice, I have experience in Swedish, energy palpation, neuromuscular therapy, hydrotherapy, medical and cancer massage, elderly massage, prenatal massage, infant massage, Shiatsu I and II, sports massage, aromatherapy, and connective tissue therapy. With my knowledge of the body and my intuitive nature, I am able to apply certain techniques utilizing specific movements to best help each body. I specialize in medical massage, combining Swedish, deep tissue, medical massage and a fusion of stretches and movements to alleviate as much discomfort as possible within one massage, or over several personalized-designed sessions.
I currently specialize in massage therapy but continue to grow and will be offering additional services, such as cranial-sacral services.
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I've been practicing medical massage for 10 years, and work primarily with people who are struggling to resolve chronic pain and joint mobility issues. The holistic bodywork protocols combine: advanced massage techniques (like myofascial release, hot stones, hydrotherapy, essential oil therapy and cupping massage) + guided relaxation and meditation + self-care strategy sessions.
I provide therapeutic massage and one-on-one yoga instruction. I really enjoy knowing my clients' needs and designing a class or a course of treatment that will address those issues. I also really enjoy people, period. I have 18 years of massage experience and around 8 of yoga.
Kay is a graduate of Cortiva Institute of Massage and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She has been a massage therapist for over five years, specializing in athletic, rehabilitation and relaxation massage. Massage Modalities include, Deep Tissue: Deep tissue massage is best for giving attention to certain painful, stiff "trouble spots" in your body. The slow deliberate strokes and pressure focus on layers of muscles, tendons, or other tissues deep below the skin’s surface. Deep tissue massage can be quite therapeutic –relieving chronic patterns of tension and helping with muscle injuries. Myofascial Release: Myofascial Release is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion. Neuromuscular Techniques: Neuromuscular therapy is a form of soft tissue manipulation that aims to treat underlying causes of chronic pain involving the muscular and nervous systems. This medically-oriented form of massage addresses trigger points, circulation, nerve compression, postural issues, and biomechanical problems that can be caused by repetitive movement injuries. Pregnancy: During pregnancy, your body goes through major changes. Pregnancy massage can help with these changes by reducing stress, decreasing arm and leg swelling, and relieving muscle and joint pain. Using the specially designed massage pillows will help with positioning for this type of massage. Sports: Developed to help with muscle systems used for a particular sport, sports massage uses a variety of approaches to help athletes in training - before, during, or after sports events. Sport massage can be used to promote flexibility, help prevent injuries, or aid in healing post sports injury. Swedish: Swedish massage therapy is the most common type of massage. As the best-known type of bodywork performed today, one of the primary goals of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. This is accomplished by rubbing the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart.