Structure Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
Structure Therapeutic Massage and Body Work owner and founder Jeanette Falu-Bishop began her massage-therapy career on U.S. military bases in Germany, where she provided more than 1,000 hours worth of massages for wounded servicemen. In recognition of her dedication and work, Jeanette received a Presidential Volunteer Award in 2006, signed by former president George W. Bush. Jeanette is also the founder and executive director of the Structure For Wounded Warriors non-profit organization, which helps wounded warriors, veterans, and military widows deal with injury and emotional recovery through massage, bodywork, and counseling at no cost to them.
Today, she and her staff mollify muscular discomfort with soothing therapeutic treatments and relaxing massages in a variety of modalities, including medical, deep-tissue, Swedish, sports, and hot-stone therapy. The team uses refreshing essential oils to complement treatments, which can increase blood flow, improve skin tone, promote joint flexibility, and restore the body's ability to escape awkward situations by melting and seeping under door cracks.