Wellness Vibes Therapy Inc

Wellness Vibes Therapy Inc

5.0 (5)
2 employees
1 years in business

About this pro

Wellness Vibes Therapy has a unique approach to bodywork by focusing on improving function, relieving pain & restoring the body's natural balance, by bringing over 20 years of experience in combined bodywork, reflexology, massage & holistic therapies. 

Witnessing the effects of immediate pain relief and seeing how they feel 100% better than when they came in. I just get a lot of satisfaction from seeing direct results of my work,  & knowing that their quality of life has improved because of my time,  work and commitment to their wellness.

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Credentials

Lilburn, GA 30047
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5 Reviews

5.0

  • Victoria

    Sonia is very professional and knows so much about the body. Her massages are therapeutic and very relaxing. I highly recommend her.

  • Penny

    Sonia is amazing! She is so connected to you it's almost as if she can feel what you are feeling. Her massages have done wonders for my chronic pain. Her demeanor is outstanding!

  • Luke

    I find a session with WVT is always effective in treating an aching or sore area, whether it’s a sore neck, lower back, knees, or feet. Whenever I’ve a had question about an affected area, I always get a positive response that helps me to grow in knowledge of the ways stress and movement can affect my over all fitness. They are genuine and nice people, I highly recommend to anyone who wants to feel good!

  • Stacey T.

    Sonia is very professional and really works hard to make you feel like a new person when she is done. She listens to you and concentrate on your problem areas. Great massage therapist.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Getting their medical and health history, I like to find out what issues they're having, how it's affecting their daily activities, what areas they would like to have focused work on, identify repeated or aggravating activities that may contribute to the problem  & their preferences (pressure, temperature etc)


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Licensed Nurse since 1998
LIcensed Master Cosmetologist/Esthetician since 1999
Licensed Massage/Neuromuscular Therapist since 2016
CERTIFICATES, AWARDS & AFFILIATIONS
Certified nutritional counselor.
Certified life / personal health coach.
Certified hypnosis practitioner.
Certified mindfulness meditation practitioner.
Certified Reiki master.
Specific training:
Medical massage, Pre and post-natal massage, Body work/Myofascial release, Chinese acupressure massage, etc

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

30min $45

60min $75

90min $95


How did you get started in this business?

I started out over 20 years ago as a cosmetologist then trained in Aesthetics (skincare), dida lot of body work (scrubs, body wraps, reflexology, light massage), then eventually got trained in massage therapy which I love! ☺️


What types of customers have you worked with?

Worked with all kinds of clients. From the elderly, to those recovering from surgery, pre & post natal,  athletes, day-to-day people, with a variety of pain & tension related problems etc.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I recently worked on Nurses at WellStar Hospital in East Point. I was recruited to massage them and it was a great success, it was a lot of fun and they thoroughly enjoyed it!


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Find out what the therapists strong points and preferences are & what style of massage they offer. That's the most important thing. Also it's important that you get a sense of their personality so you that can determine if you develop a long-term relationship with them or not. This can make for  a good match.


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

What is most important for the therapist to focus on during that session. Our bodies needs change from day-to-day or week-to-week. Just because they had a shoulder problem two visits ago doesn't mean that is still going to be an issue on the following visit. So tell the therapist what's most important for you that day, for that session.