When Barbara L. Baaden underwent what doctors said was life-altering eye surgery, she drew upon her skills in massage therapy, hypnotherapy, homeopathy, and aromatherapy to ease her discomfort. Now, when she's not applying her medical massage skills to fellow eye surgery patients, she uses those techniques to help heal clients at Body by Baaden. The licensed massage therapist incorporates homeopathic and essential oils into seven varieties of massage, including shiatsu and myofascial styles. She also enriches bodies with skin-soothing aromatherapies and her natural Flawless Facial, whose botanical oils help prevent wrinkles and brighten complexions more effectively than attaching a strobe light to your forehead. Barbara also ministers to inner wellness, stimulating bodies' healing responses during homeopathic sessions and plumbing the subconscious during hypnotherapy sessions that rid patients of addictions and phobias.
The massage therapists at Sanctuary 7 Massage Therapy alleviate stress and pain using a soothing spread of therapeutic modalities. Swedish kneads help boost blood circulation and loosen muscles throughout the body, whereas deep-tissue services send targeted pressure to untie knotted muscles. To enhance the sessions, the staff can top patients' backs with hot stones that warm muscles buried beneath layers of tissue.
The licensed massaged therapists at First Choice Therapeutic Massage are experts in administering Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, and chair massages. Whether you’re stressed out, too tense, or experiencing muscle pain, massage can soothe and relax the mind and body. First Choice’s educational classes are taught by an experienced instructor who patiently teaches students the secrets of the trade.
Michelle Campbell, a seasoned massage therapist and a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals network, pilots Myo Massage's team of licensed practitioners. The therapists specialize in medical massages, channeling their shared passion for healing into stress-staving strokes that can alleviate a wide range of chronic ailments, such as fatigue or lower back pain caused by National Walk Like a Spider Day. Though they regularly strive to improve clients' health, the crew also gears its diverse arsenal of modalities toward relaxation, and fully customizes every massage session. Their skill sets run the gamut of soothing techniques, from sports and pregnancy massages to shiatsu and reflexology.
For licensed massage therapist Carol Greene, there's always more to learn. After receiving her degree in massage therapy, Carol completed an extra course, and her continuing education shows a dedication to her work and her patients. It results in ultrarelaxing, customized bodywork sessions for her clients; she finds alleviating their chronic pain and sweeping clients away from their stressors rewarding. That's why, no matter the modality, Carol immerses her massage recipients in soothing music and fully customized kneads, just like a child humming a lullaby while molding something from Play-Doh.
Massage In The Park's licensed massage therapists employ injury- and stress-alleviating techniques to energize physiques in an intimate, two-treatment-room establishment. Enjoy the relaxing strokes of a Swedish massage as tension releases its pinion hold on tendons, and stress melts away like ice cream haphazardly scooped onto a pancake griddle. Insidiously docked pain can be soothed by the firmer touches of a deep-tissue massage, and a sports session is designed to rehab aches and pains obtained from blindfolded archery matches and other high-intensity physical activities. Massage In The Park also offers an array of specific massage techniques including pregnancy (pre- and postnatal), shiatsu, acupressure, and cupping.