Licensed massage therapist Robert O'Brien has more than 11 years of experience massaging achy human hinges out of his private bodywork studio. He is NCCAOM-certified in Asian bodywork therapy. However, his specialties are extremely diverse, ranging from flowing Swedish strokes and reflexology, to Asian techniques such as Thai massage. Hot-stone massages are also available to promote circulation in clients and wooden marionettes who dream of becoming human.
In 1994, Chris Hammond traveled to Sri Lanka as a Peace Corps volunteer. That experience was so impactful that he stayed in South Asia until 2000, studying the art of meditation and yoga. Now a licensed acupuncturist and yogi, Chris helps people suffering from chronic pain, anxiety, depression, digestive disorders, and infertility issues at Baltimore Acupuncture Center.
Respite caters to mind, body, and spirit alike, rejuvenating and relaxing clients through massage, yoga, and energy healing. The team boasts a wide array of credentials, including reiki certifications and licenses in massage therapy and acupuncture.
Unlike many massage therapists, Hands To You Wellness Studio owner Zina Sanders incorporates holistic healing elements into her treatments to provide additional therapeutic and stress-relieving benefits. Traditional Thai massages take place on floor mats so their yoga-like stretches can be more easily achieved, and integrative reflexology treatments focus exclusively on pinpoints throughout the body to improve balance and circulation and locate the body’s “eject” button. Since graduating from the Baltimore School of Massage in 1996, Zina has continued to broaden her skills by pursuing ongoing education at various seminars and workshops.
The practitioners at Razan Women's Center for Natural Healing strive to heal women's minds, bodies, and souls with a variety of holistic therapies. They apply fragrant herbs in fertility treatments and foot reflexology sessions, or brew them into pots of piping-hot tea. They also unlock tension and boost circulation with soothing massages or cupping therapy, which also uses suction to encourage lymph flow. The Center also offers a cleansing program for those looking to eat healthier for the long-term, and a holistic life-coaching program that helps clients take charge of all aspects of their lives.
The massage therapists at Spa Therapeutic Massage treat the body as a whole, using holistic methods to promote healing and a positive sense of well being. Their fingers are trained in a variety of party dances and massage modalities, including Swedish, deep tissue, hot-stone therapy, and acupressure. They also specialize in cupping therapy to helps promote circulation and relieve pain. Giving clients an extra bit of luxury during their sessions, all massages are performed using blends of organic oils and herbs to soothe skin and promote relaxation.