Massage therapist Ruben Coates was a football player and boxer during college, but he was always known as the "little guy." Going head-to-head with much bigger opponents earned him a lot of aches and pains, but he found relief under the trained hands of a massage therapist. Each successful session left Ruben amazed at massage therapy's effectiveness, so when a commercial for massage school came on TV one day, he jumped at the opportunity to pay it forward and help others.
Now a registered massage therapist, Ruben spends his days helping clients find relief from back pain and improve joint flexibility. He utilizes trigger-point therapy and Swedish and deep-tissue massage. Ruben's massage sessions are held at Precise Touch, unless clients request a mobile massage at their home, sports tournament, or traffic court date.
Always looking to learn new things, licensed massage therapist Ashley Haydel studied massage and bodywork and now wants to earn her bachelor of science in alternative health and holistic medicine. She believes massage bridges both medical and holistic disciplines, and the massages she performs help treat a wide array of issues. Pregnancy massages ease aches on moms-to-be, sports massages help athletes get back in the game, Swedish massages aid in relaxation, and chair massages are a good way to quickly relieve stress and tension.
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Pure Touch Organics massage cream and heated basalt stones help Missi Kibelbek and the rest of her staff loosen tense muscles and alleviate aches during massage sessions. The staff also tends to the skin?s surface with organic sugar scrubs and a butter wrap crafted from organic shea and cocoa butter. The therapists share the secrets of a great massage during a couples massage class that teaches basic massage techniques for the neck, back, and liver.