I am not only a massage therapist but a nutritionist & trainer as well with a specialty in Sports Therapy and Recovery. I have been working 1 on 1 with many amateur & pro athletes over the last 5 years & also have almost 20 years of rehab, injury recovery and prevention experience.
Looking to do more locally after having my last child to stay closer to home so I'm now open to take on local general clients as I embark on a new journey with my wellness & fitness center.
I enjoy seeing a client come in thats either been in pain or recently had an injury needing healing and recovery or in much need for a relaxation or rejuvenation session from stress and walking out feeling 100x better. Most all of my clients are recurring clients & that means I'm doing my job making them feel better. So often massages aren't just for the physical healing but very much a mental healing as well. Feeling Refreshed, Relaxed, Rejuvenated.
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Typically when contacted I will ask a few simple questions to asses the clients specific needs, previous injuries or concerns they may have. Next step would be to schedule their appointment during my open availability. Can be same day but prefer setting appointments at minimum a few hours if same day but ultimately would like to schedule 24 hrs in advance.
First became licensed in 2006 but took a few years off. 3 different certifications specifically regarding Sports Therapy & Recovery.
I do have mostly standard pricing but would prefer to be contacted about pricing in case there are custom services they'd like to combine or injuries to be considered or specific techniques requested.
My Uncle broke his neck in an accident & became a Quadriplegic & needed daily physical & massage therapy so that's how I got my start but once my athlete clients realized I had it in my background it became a demand in my services.
Some general clients with normal needs of relaxation & muscle tension pain but mostly athletes of all levels dealing with either injury prevention, recovery & rehab or specific problem areas due to the beating their bodies take while playing their sport.
Back in Jan I provided the NFL Prospects of a Combine the recovery room during their week long combine, practice, training, drills, etc so I got to work with so many athletes during that event and to this day have retained the many in this area as regular clients.
Make sure they are aware of any problematic areas you have. History of injury or surgeries of any. Chronic pain or soreness in any areas of the body. Make sure they listen to your body's reaction. Unless you are getting a deep tissue or trigger point there should never be any pain that's unbearable. Only slight discomfort if they're working on a knot in your muscle.
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What their actual desires of type of service is, whether for relaxation, healing, circulation, flexibility, etc?
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