WOW Massage customizes each session to the client's needs. Each session is different because each person is different. We are more THERAPEUTIC so we focus on the problem not just the symptoms. Give us a call and we are sure you will not need to call anyone else.
Very professional. Experienced LMT.
I have been a massage therapist for 8 years. I am also a massage therapy instructor and continued education provider for massage therapists.
I am more of a therapeutic massage thereapist. This means I focus more on what your body is needing, not on just making you feel good for the moment. I charge for my time only becuause I use all different types of massage techniques to work on my client's issues.
I charge $100 per hour. For my Thervo clients I only charge $140 for 90 mins instead of $150. I offer my repeat clients more discounts as well.
I love taking care of people anyway that I can. The human body is amazing and I do my very best to take care of the problems my clients have, not just relax them for the moment. People need to be able to do the daily things and when our bodies are not allowing us to do as such without pain, I want to fix that. Massage Therapy has helped me and my family for so long, that after I graduated high school, I went to massage school. I love what I do and wish to continue for years to come.
I have worked with all types of clients. All demographics.
I had a client who was in PT for 6 months and was still in pain and had limited ROM (range of motion). I worked on her for about 30-40 mins and her ROM increased tremendously!!! She was shocked at the difference between what she had been doing for 6 months in PT and what I could do for her in 30 mins.
Look for therapist that are more focused on fixing the issues at hand, not just relaxation. Anyone can put you to sleep for the moment. The price you pay should be based on the amount of time you want, not so much for what kind of massage you are looking for. I understand that deep tissue is more work for the therapist, but a therapist that is more focused on your needs instead of what type of massage you are requesting is more focused of your end results, not theire bottom profit. I would never tell someone they should get a different kind of massage only because they didn't have enough to pay me for what they are needing.
Where am I hurting?
Why am I hurting there?
Am I hurting all the time there?
What have I done to help my pain?
*** Focus on your body. Get more intouch with your pain and try to figure out where and why your body is telling you that you have issues here. Pain is your body's way of telling you something is wrong. Don't ignore it and don't put all of your trust in a therapist to fix it or get rid of it.