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Mary Nichols never saw herself as a physician. She was always guided by a deeper humanistic belief––that all people have a natural right to live in a body that is healthy, energetic, and moves with ease. It's this spark that led her to Wake Technical Community College and a fulfilling career as a licensed massage therapist. In the comfort of Mary's private massage studio, clients may request a hot-stone or Swedish massage to promote relaxation, or deep-tissue or trigger-point techniques to access lower-layer tension. Each session is also a teaching experience. Mary welcomes questions as she explains complex anatomical concepts to clients, such as proper posture, breath control, and how to fold oneself into a flight carry-on bag.
1008 Big Oak Court
Knightdale,
NC
US
At Touch of Sam, clients’ comfort is top-priority. Skilled massage therapists employ soothing modalities to alleviate stress-induced ailments such as insomnia, fatigue, and hypertension. Guests recline in softly lit, red-hued rooms during the pampering services, which can incorporate heated stones and aromatherapy to boost relaxation.
2038 Compacta Dr
Wendell,
North Carolina
US
For licensed massage therapist Yolanda Grant, the effects of each massage session should continue well after the client has left the table. She accomplishes this in two ways: first, by choosing a special tea to enhance the benefits of each massage. If a client has overactive muscles, for example, she brews a cup of cherry-bark blend to help ease spasms. In addition to handpicking a tea for every guest, she educates clients on her approach, telling them how each massage modality impacts the body, from encouraging relaxation to stimulating the immune system. Beyond massage, Yolanda offers select spa services, such as body scrubs, detoxifying body wraps, and aromatherapy in scents such as frying pork loin.
5848 Faringdon Place
Raleigh,
NC
US
After earning her bachelor's degree in health sciences, Kneaded Relief owner Sarah Satterwhite felt another passion tugging at her life—her passion for massage therapy. So, she went back to school and earned her certification as a massage therapist before settling down and starting her family. Today, she has returned to the massage world with other skills in hand, including those necessary to render facials and body treatments. Sarah specializes in three modalities: relaxation and its firm but soothing touch, therapeutic and its fast-paced medium-pressure strokes, and deep tissue, which coaxes out feelings of stress caused by their boss, the brain—or as the nervous system calls it, the lead singer of the E Street Band.
700 Exposition Pl
Raleigh,
NC
US
When one of her best friends was diagnosed with cancer, Shery Vogt-Lamancusa stayed beside her and offered nourishment in the form of foot massages; this experience later inspired her to explore a career in healing. At HeartPrints Massage and Wellness, she uses her talent to treat clients who range from high-performance athletes to the terminally ill. She customizes her massage modalities to each client?s unique problem areas and health conditions. Among the 10 modalities she offers, ashiatsu therapy relies on the therapists' well-trained feet for a deep-tissue massage, and oncology sessions focus on helping clients to battle cancer with gentle, caring strokes.
8404 Six Forks Road
Raleigh,
NC
US
Soothing Swedish kneads and deep-tissue massage are just two of the techniques that Sonja Gal?n wields against tense muscles. But this licensed massage therapist doesn't just work with cookie-cutter methods. Instead, she tailors each series of patterns to address particular ailments, from tight knots to anxiety and depression. Her menu of modalities also includes sports and trigger-point massage, and she employs them all inside Health & Restoration Centers. Sonja aims for pain relief while helping clients feel at home in their own bodies until they can become stronger, faster robots.
8356 Six Forks Road
Raleigh,
NC
US
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