I have been doing massages for 13 years.
I do a full body massage but always focus on my clients specifics needs, some times with the permission of the client I add a stretch to increase flexibility and relieve tension.
I can use deep, medium or light pressure depends of the client preference.
I perform pregnance massage, aromatherapy, Sprots Massage, deep tissue, relaxation and hot stones.
I love to help people and feels good to see my clients get their needs improvement through my massages!
It is always wonderful when I see Priscila for a massage. She is always so thoughtful and will ask how i am doing and if there is any particular area that she needs to give extra attention to. I have been seeing Priscila since Sept 2016. I would highly recommend her to anyone that needs a caring an kind therapist. I feel very fortunate in having found Priscila
Priscilla zeros in on my pain and has me feeling so much better when I leave. She is very professional and knowledgeable and friendly.
I have been having massages with Priscilla twice a month for almost 2 years. I have pinched nerve and bulging discs and these massages have helped me avoid surgery! She does a great job and really listens when you explain any pain your having.
She did a great job. Will see again. Very professional
I ask specifics questions to see what their looking for like pain management, relaxation, tension relief, flexibility etc.
I graduated from Atlanta School of Massage in December of 2004, and participated of work shops and continuing education through the years.
I always like massages and when I was younger even when I wasn't a professional yet I liked to give massages for my parents and relatives in the areas that was bothering them.
And when I became adult I tried other things like Nurse Assistent, Beauty Esteticist, and then Massage Therapy was what I identified my self more.
I work with a human been in general.
Typically people that work all day in a desk, Nurses, Dentists, Hair Dressers, Waitress, Physical Therapist, Doctors, other Massage Therapists, Pregnants Women etc.
My advice is to be very specific in what they are looking for, like pain management for example let the therapist know for how long he or she is experiencing it, what causes etc.
The more we know more we are able to help.
What kind of pressure they want, for how long they want a session, and what they are looking for are basically the questions I recommend.