I have had a passion for massage since I was a small child and helped my grandmother through massage for her osteoarthritis.
When I got older I went to Heritage college and got my licensed. I also have another certification for prenatal massage.
I love helping people, but especially with issues like neck, back, or anything related to previous injuries. I like seeing my client's progress and knowing I helped.
I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist for 4 year. I have worked at studio and spa environments. I include aromatherapy and hot compresses in some of my massages because I believe relaxation is an effective boost for the benefits of massage.
There are no reviews yet
I like to know why my clients scheduled a massafe. My methods vary if it's because of a new issue, a recurring issue, or if they would like to relax.
I also go over what kind of pressure they would like and if there's anywhere they don't want to be touched. Like face or scalp, for example.
I went to school for 750 hours and received my license after passing the MBLEX. I also have extra certification in prenatal massage. I have been a LMT for 4 years.
I have two main categories:
Just the Basics - just the massage
50 minutes: $55
60 minutes: $65
80 minutes: $85
90 minutes: $95
120 minutes: $125
Not including tax.
Customized Massage - Massage with aromatherapy before/after and hot compresses
60 minutes: $75
90 minutes: $105
120 minutes: $135
There are packages of 3 available for customized massages to match Just The Basics price per massage.
I started when I was a small child and wanted to help my grandmother with her osteoarthritis.
I have worked with a variety of clients.
Clients who just want to relax, had constant pains, new pains, pregnant clients, clients with anxiety, etc.
I recently had a client who came out and claimed she felt "rebirthed." I love it when I can positively impact people's lives.
To go with someone that will make them feel comfortable and do their best for them. Make sure you know the person you go to truly cares for your well being. We aren't doctors but we still are in the medical community. Your health is important.
How long has the issue been occurring?
If a long time, do you know why?
Have you seen a doctor about it before?
Did the doctor recommended massage to you?
If so, did they give you a prescription for massage?