Our Therapists

Each Therapist in our team is required to complete extensive professional training in the anatomy and functions of the human body as well as basic massage modalities, and must adhere to a code of ethics. We employ only multi-skilled, fully credentialed Massage Therapists.

Massage modalities in which each of our therapists are skilled in include: Swedish, Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Trigger Point Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, and Assisted Stretching. Each of these modalities may be administered through modified gentle or firm pressure, applied with various massage “strokes” including: Compression, Kneading, Squeezing, Friction, and Tapotement (Percussion). Feel free to let your Massage Therapist know if you are uncomfortable with any of these techniques, and would rather they not use it during your session. You can read about each individual Therapist’s specific approach to massage, and any distinctive modalities and styles they may practice, below.


Abigail G.

Abigail G.

“A good massage should be therapeutic and relaxing, leaving the client feeling refreshed both mentally and physically.”

The Chicago School of Massage Therapy, 1999
Zen Shiatsu Stretches
Cranial Sacral Therapy
Hot Stone Massage
Compassion
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Secret ingredient:
Eric L.

Eric L.

“Massage is a powerful tool to satisfy the basic, very important human need for comfort. Once the physical aspect of comfort is satisfied through massage, emotional and spiritual relief easily follows.”

Illinois School of Massage Therapy, 1995
Qigong Certification
Energy Work
Hot Stone Massage
Madonna
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People who inspire me:
Richard O.

Richard O.

“I love having the ability to make a positive impact on the lives of my clients and open new worlds for them.”

The Chicago School of Massage Therapy, 2008
Yamuna Body Rolling
Hot Stone Massage
College Football and Basketball, Soccer.
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Interests:
Corinne R.

Corinne R.

“Massage improves both physical and mental well-being by inducing relaxation through careful manipulation of the body's musculature.”

Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy, 2012
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Hot Stone Massage
“Winners do what losers don't want to do.” – Gary Busey
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Favorite Quote:
Erin S.

Erin S.

“A soothing massage benefits the mind, body and soul, and can help lead a client to perceive a fresh outlook on life.”

The Soma Institute of Massage Therapy, 2005
Pregnancy Massage
Zen Shiatsu Stretches
Hot Stone Massage
Cooking, writing, being crafty, coin collecting, and traveling.
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Gene S.

Gene S.

“Massage can make a wonderful addition to anyone’s wellness program, and has a profound healing impact; boosting immunity, reducing anxiety, relieving muscular tension, improving circulation, and increasing body awareness.”

The Chicago Institute of Massage Therapy, 1992
Pregnancy Massage
Zen Shiatsu Stretches
Hot Stone Massage
Coretta Scott King, President Jimmy Carter, Judy Collins, Ben Cohen
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