My name is Joanna Knight, owner and operator of Trinity Holistic Massage. Since 2002 I've helped people with headache and migraine pain, repetitive use injuries, and neck and low back pain. Whether you're experiencing muscular pain or need to relieve stress, your sessions with me will include specific techniques to attain the best outcome for your individual goals.
My specialities include Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Pain Management, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular, Pregnancy, Swedish, and Corporate Chair massages.
I enjoy creating a space for people to nurture themselves and I'm grateful for their trust in me.
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Every client fills out a confidential health form which will be used to do a consultation before your session. We'll design a treatment plan for relieving your muscle ache and/or manage your stress. A variety of techniques may be used to achieve your goals for treatment, and will also incorporate deep relaxation.
I received my Therapeutic Massage diploma from Florida College of Natural Health in 2002. Each year I take continuing education courses to get certification for massage modalities to keep my skills updated.
I offer a $20 savings for your first session. If you remain on a consistent plan of at least one massage per month, you may enjoy a $10 savings with each visit. Please visit my website for details on pricing and session lengths.
I had an interest in natural health and holistic therapies, and worked as a chiropractic assistant before attending massage school. I've had a rewarding career of sixteen years helping people relieve muscular painand stress.
Over the years, I've helped people from young children to seniors relieve muscle pain. My client base currently consists of men and women between 35-70 years of age, who are busy and stressed out. They need relief from muscle ache, and massage is an effective, natural way to maintain their wellness.
I would advise that you seek a therapist who is not only technically skilled, but also has compassion to listen to your needs. This should come across from the moment you speak with them about booking a session. Are they asking the right questions? Do you feel comfortable in their presence?
Sometimes we deal with pain and tension for so long, it becomes a "norm" for us. Before booking a massage, take tiem to really feel what's going on in your body. You'll be better able to communicate with the therapist, and your treatment plan can be better designed if you're in tune with your needs. Ask yourself if you have pain with movement. Are you having trouble sleeping? Is there an unusual amount of stress in your life at the moment? Have you had to take medication for your pain or anxiety?