Deep Tissue Massage in Caledonia

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10351 Washington Ave
Sturtevant,
WI
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Bella Vita Day Spa and Salon offers numerous ways to beautify and recharge. Hair and skin services such as cuts, coloring, and elemental facials utilize the Aveda product line. The staff offers mani-pedis and massages as well as specialized men's treatments. This salon also sells jewelry, soaps, and candles.

8660 S Market Pl
Oak Creek,
WI
US

When Penny Strohkirch and Larry Oliver met on the first day of massage school on September 11, 2001, they immediately knew they wanted to work together. Their closeness came easy, “I think partially because of the very emotional first day of class,” Penny says. After graduation, they found a way to realize their shared career aspirations and opened Rejuvenations Massage and Spa.Fish tanks, whose occupants have names such as Sgt. Pepper, stand in every treatment room, filled with a combined total of 75 fish and two confused treasure hunters. As clients meditate on the tanks’ soothing visuals, Penny or Larry delivers a custom blend of massage modalities such as Swedish, deep-tissue, and shiatsu. They focus on the healthful aspects of massage to complement or even replace the need for traditional medicine. “I have a professional runner who swears he can't train for or recover from a marathon without me,” Penny says. Even she has benefited from the healing results of massage. “I was told that I would never recover from a shoulder injury without surgery,” Penny remembers. She instead began a therapeutic massage regimen, “and guess what? Never had surgery.”

215 6th St
Racine,
WI
US

Deep-seated stresses dissipate at the hands of Limback Wellness Center's certified massage therapists. The center specializes in hot-stone and hot-towel massages, which employ penetrating heat and soothing circular motions to boost circulation, oxygenate muscles, and alleviate the lingering stiffness that comes from serving as the spring festival’s Maypole. Aside from their popular heated modalities, the team of male and female massage therapists treats clients to gentle relaxation massages and more focused deep-tissue work.

2918 East Layton Avenue
St. Francis,
WI
US

When runner Nolan Lee hurt himself during a track and field event, a licensed massage therapist descended from the stands to come to his aid. After the therapist guided Nolan through stretches and massage, he was awestruck to be feeling relief so immediately without wrapping his legs in hot pancakes. He enrolled in massage school and soon after graduation opened V.I.P Massage. Here, he uses an athlete's understanding of muscle pain to inform his sessions, whether the client wants the soothing strokes of Swedish massage or the more in-depth ministrations of deep-tissue therapy.

2918 E. Layton Avenue
St. Francis,
WI
US

Steve Retzlaff’s 8-year career has been spent wrestling twisted muscles and calming achy spots on the body. The massage therapist, who works inside Limback Wellness, uses light strokes and deeper kneading techniques to bust through tension once and for all. He also incorporates heated stones and natural aromatherapy oils into massages that further soothe muscles.

2918 East Layton Avenue
St. Francis,
WI
US