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Therapeutic Massage

  • Cheryl

    Cheryl is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of a 624 hour course in Massagy Therapy at Kirtland Community College and is a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.

    Her massage specialties are:

    • Swedish - gentle action to stretch and relax muscles, stimulate circulation, improve oxygen supply and nutrients, and stimulate the lymphatic system to eliminate lactic acid that can lead to pain and stiffness in the joints and muscles.
    • Therapeutic - promotes general well being, boosting the circulatory and immune systems.
      Trigger Point Therapy and Reflexology

    Cheryl promotes her healthy lifestyle by staying hydrated, eating a balanced, chemical-free diet, taking nutritional supplements, walking, weight training, yoga, getting quality sleep, massage and regular chiropractic adjustments.

  • Sandi

    Sandi is a Cum Laude graduate of Kirtland Community College in Roscommon and is a member of the Assoc Bodywork & Massage Professionals.

    Her massage specialties are:

    • Sport Massage
    • Rain Drop therapy - combines the art of aromatherapy with the techniques of reflexology to stimulate the immune  system.
    • Hot Rock - placed on key energy points  to improve energy flow and healing.
    • Swi-Thai with stretches
    • Paraffin lumbar treatment
    • Deep Tissue
    • Trigger Point Therapy - applies pressure to a muscle that may refer pain sensations to other parts of the body.
    • Magnetic Roll Out - directly affects the electrical nature of the spine. Relaxing, but tingling.
    • Reflexology

    Sandi keeps in shape by being a weight training instructor, 1st degree Aikido instructor, and  a 5th degree black belt Tang Soo Do instructor.

  • Kate

    Kate is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of an over 600 hour nationally approved certification course in Massage Therapy at Kirtland Community College in Roscommon, a graduate of Penn Foster's Physical Therapy Aide Program, and a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals.

    Her massage specialties are:

    • Deep Tissue
    • Swedish
    • Trigger Point Therapy
    • Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)
    • Prenatal
    • Cyriax - deep friction massage
    • Also trained in Lymphatic Drainage, Reflexology, Craniosacral Therapy, Polarity. Oncology, Hot Stone Therapy, Healing Touch Therapy, Infant - Geriatric Massage, and Thai Massage

    Kate is a strong advocate for proper nutrition and exercise in conjunction with skeletal and soft tissue manipulation for optimal health and well-being.

New patients receive Consultation, Exam, Nervous System Scan and X-rays for $159 ($360 value)

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I suffered a back injury resulting in thirty years of pain and deteriorating health. After 2 weeks of chiropractic care I already noticed improvement in mobility and well-being for the first time in 3 decades. I have enjoyed 8 hours of sleep in one night and I can now turn over in bed from one side to the other. Most of all --- hope for future health improvement has been restored."

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