Since 1996, Adrienne Mohn has provided pain relief and relaxation as a certified massage therapist. Her specialties range from traditional deep tissue, Swedish, and head-and-face massages, to less pervasive modalities, including French aromatherapy and energy bodywork to balance chakras drawn from Native American and Hawaiian culture. As for the benefits of her treatments, there are many, including decreased anxiety, boosted energy levels, reduced fatigue, and improved joint flexibility.
At The Pain Free Institute, massage therapist John Williams improves bodily function while easing aches and pains, offering bodywork services that can effectively alleviate ailments ranging from headaches to fibromyalgia. During the relaxation massage, practiced hands knead, roll, and drum the body in a process aimed at decreasing stress, improving mental clarity and circulation, and transforming stiff muscles into flexible monkey-bar testers. The massage's combination of oils, lotions, and targeted strokes make for a soothing, therapeutic experience akin to whittling a bar of lavender soap into a smaller bar of lavender soap.
Connect With Wellness is a calming spa and holistic health studio run by husband-and-wife team Hannah and Loren. Loren, a licensed massage therapist, offers a range of massage modalities to his clients, including Swedish, therapeutic, hot stone, and sports, along with energy work and reflexology, all of which help relax and heal the body. Hannah is a certified yoga instructor who believes yoga and meditation can provide a range of benefits for her clients, and helps individuals learn to harness the healing power of yoga and mindful exercise.
Ann Buckner's Massage Therapy's eponymous practitioner is a proud grandmother, but she's as active as any young person on the block. A kids' Zumba instructor and graduate of Healing Hands Institute, Ann infuses clients with her brand of revitalization using therapeutic, deep-tissue, and Thai massage. Before she performs therapy, Ann assesses the body's skeletal structure and posture to find out which modalities will work best for each individual.
Licensed massage therapist Jessica Kline can apply six types of massage modalities, including relaxation, deep-tissue, and hot stone. Jessica, who is a parent of three, admits on her website that she specializes in helping ease the tension of expectant mothers or post-thanksgiving eaters with prenatal massage. Kline can also tack on a moisturizing body-wrap treatment.