Rx Wellness Spine & Health Tysons/McLean

Rx Wellness Spine & Health Tysons/McLean

5.0 (1)
1 employee
1 years in business

About this pro

My name is Jacki, I have been massaging since 2013. My techniques are very clinically targeted opposed to full body swedish sessions. My sessions consists of clients clothed, preferablly loose fitting like gym clothes and area targeted. 

There seems to be two types of massage; swedish relaxation and deep tissue. When people want more therapeutic session, they run into a problem of either getting too much pressure in the deep tissue, or not enough time was spent in the problem area because of the full body look when it comes to swedish. My techniques work deeper without pushing deeper, its important to have clients having the opportunity to get effective work and meet their goals and standards. I want to educate, provide a different perspective of clinical massage to clients who are looking for help when those other types of massaged haven't been exactly successful. 

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Vienna, VA 22182
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1 Review

5.0

  • Abdulwahab E.

    Great service friendly staff Jacki is beyond perfect!



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FAQs


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

First thing is to find out what the client's goals are for the session then customize a tailored made plan for the session its self 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Graduated from the Center of Natural Wellness School Massage Therapy in NY 2013 also nationally certified. A member American Massage Therapy Association and have many continueing education in chronic/acute pain along with rehabilitation>

-Lymphatic Facilitation

-Microfascial Facilitation (Scar Tissue Removal)

-Live Event Sports Massage

-Myofascial Release

-Rock Tape Certified 


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

All sessions are $1/min at a max of 60 min booked time. These sessions are more area specific targeted than a full body type of session. The package deals listed allow clients to purchase massages at 15% off when paid in full that makes sessions even cheaper. 

The work provided can range from $80-$135 in most businesses that offer these techniques. Insurance isn't taken here nor normally covered so the price set is to help clients get help without breaking their wallets  


How did you get started in this business?

In 2011, after working as a front desk associate for Massage Envy in TX, I started to talk to the therapists about the field and what it entails. They informed me that if I had a chance to get my education in NY that I should because NY has the highest hour requirements in the country. I have a 1,000 hrs of school along with many continuing education classes to be proficient in the clinical side of massage


What types of customers have you worked with?

-Athletes and/or Active Individuals

-Chronic Pain 

-Acute Injury

-Post Surgical Care

-Scar Tissue Removal

-Rehabilitation


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Lymphatic Facilitation:

A light pressured, quick application to enhance the lymphatics systems characteristic role in soft tissue injuries. This technique is meant for swelling and edema from a rolled ankle to post surgical edema. LF is meant to help speed along the speeding process of the body natural acute response to soft tissue injuries of any kind.

Note: This technique is mainly used for soft tissue injuries and not meant for autoimmune/Lymphoma/Lymphedma conditions.

Rock Tape:

Taping methods that can improve the movement and performance of patients and clients. It includes a review of current literature supporting the theories that describe and delineate specific techniques of applying tape for enhancement of rehabilitation or performance outcomes. Taping can widely be used for pain management; edema/swelling control and proprioceptive guidance to enhance postural positioning.

Pre-Event:

Usually 30 minutes long and generally happens the day of and/or during the event . The focus is on preparation for high-intensity activity not to correct dysfunction or reduce stress. Techniques consist will use compression, kneading, ROM & active stretching, vibration and tapotement–all performed at an “up-tempo” pace. Remember, the goal is to get AMPED UP.

Post-Event:

Usually 30 minutes after the event and is focused on recovery, increasing circulation, reducing muscle tension and overall calming the athlete. Techniques consist of ice massage, cramp management, broadening compression, joint mobilization, and assisted stretching. No deep tissue work, muscles need to recover more before that happens.

Maintenance:

Maximum results for a this type of session is best show 72 hrs after sporting event. This session is focused on paying attention to rehabilitation, chronic/acute issues, It’s an opportunity to deal with biomechanical issues, overload, training errors and is to correct dysfunction/reduce stress.Specifically targeted area's with techniques that include deeper (not pressure) techniques, active/passive stretching, athletic taping, acute injury applications and scar tissue removal.


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

Always ask what they specialize in and have multiple therapists for different goals. A practicioner should have a good base of techniques that match what they do. I've met therapists who say they do everything, which to me is almost impossible and makes me think they maybe subpar in their techniques. My sessions are not full body, clothing stays on and are more focused on the medical and clinical side than a therapist who does full body swedish. I'd suggest to have a therapist like me for clinical issues and have a therapist who is talented in swedish if you enjoy those types as well so the client can be sure they know what type of work they are getting that day. I've met therapists who are extremly talented at swedish massage that I cannot replicate, but on the other hand those therapists can't replicate my work either so its good to have options.


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

Structural Integration/Rolfing:

Rolfing bodywork is a system of soft tissue manipulation that affects the body's posture and structure by manipulating the myofascial system (Fascia). This technique is a perfect alternate choice for "Deep Tissue" work. Pushing deeper is different than working deeper when it comes to breaking the pattern of chronic pain cycle. This technique is an effective way to work on deep layers of the body causing postural patterns without the overwhelming feeling of soreness, fatigue and bruises. Rolfing gets to the cause of the problem not the symptom.

Microfacial Facilitation:

A technique that helps loosen scar tissue and a quick application of pain relief for acute or tender areas using more of light to med pressure.

Various Sports Massage Techniques: Quick applying techniques for acute/chronic and post surgical conditions