Deep Tissue Massage in Riverwest


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  • Basic Human Kneads
    Basic Human Kneads is a pampering boutique run by owner Kate Ninneman. She brings experience and a personable nature to her massage and waxing services, customizing each treatment to match her clients' preferences. Her knowledge of bodywork includes therapeutic massage with myofascial release, gentle lymphatic drainage, and firm yet playful noogies. Also specializing in a waxing technique that is swift but gentle, services are available on the face, arms, legs, back, and bikini areas. She leaves both men's and women's skin smooth with a full menu of depilatory services performed with a swift hand.
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    1761 N. Warren
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Chloe Organic Massage & Bodywork Studio
    Gauzy curtains line the path to the cream-colored room where licensed massage therapist Chelsea Oglesby kneads skin and soothes aches. During her Signature massage, Oglesby applies organic lotions and essential oils, calibrating the depth of the massage to suit the pains that her client reports. Hot stones and steaming towels send warmth into muscles, encouraging knots to untie themselves without enlisting the help of a rugged mariner. Clients can also soothe stressed feet with the Sweet Treat, which includes a hot soak and a salt-and-sugar scrub.
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    1693 North Astor Street
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Wellness by Gregory
    At Wellness by Gregory, a licensed massage therapist soothes backs with skills acquired over a decade of massage experience. Swedish massages quiet aches with gentle pressure and relaxing kneading, while the deep tissue modality helps clients deal with chronic pain. Convenient chair massages relax clients while they're fully clothed, while hot stone massages provide a more professional substitute for DIY pop rocks massages.
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    1840 N Farwell Ave.
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Sunset Massage
    Deep-seated stresses dissipate at the hands of Limback Wellness Center's certified massage therapists. The center specializes in hot-stone and hot-towel massages, which employ penetrating heat and soothing circular motions to boost circulation, oxygenate muscles, and alleviate the lingering stiffness that comes from serving as the spring festival’s Maypole. Aside from their popular heated modalities, the team of male and female massage therapists treats clients to gentle relaxation massages and more focused deep-tissue work.
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    2918 E Layton Ave.
    St. Francis, WI US
  • Core Essence Yoga
    Sunlight filters through the windows of Core Essence Yoga?s loft-style studio, reflecting off the rare patch of hardwood floor that remains uncovered by a colorful yoga mat. Stretch-induced groans escape the lips of students as they lift their legs high into the air or arch their backs and touch their palms to the floor behind them. The studio?s instructors?all of whom are registered yoga teachers and many of whom have achieved 200-hour certifications in their chosen style?look on approvingly and illustrate subsequent poses with their own lithe bodies. The above scene typifies the classes offered at Core Essence Yoga, a studio on the east side of town that caters to beginners and experienced yogis alike. Music diffuses throughout the semi-heated room during Slow Flow classes that introduce new students to the Vinyasa style with gentle movements and focused breathing techniques. Instructors crank up the thermostat for advanced Power Vinyasa classes, which establish stronger ties between breath and movement and experiment with challenging poses such as arm inversions and downward-facing octopuses. Muscles strained during these sweat-inducing sessions regain their vitality during relaxing Thai bodywork. An ancient form of bodywork that draws on the collected wisdom of 2,500 years, Thai bodywork balances the body?s energy channels, releases emotional blocks, and evaporates stresses.
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    1437 E Brady St
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Riverglen Plaza - Wellness East
    After an unfortunate car accident, Michael Vlahoulis suffered a debilitating spinal injury. Though he benefitted some from physical therapy, he noticed the most significant healing came from massage. As soon as his recovery was complete, he attended the Lakeside School of Massage Therapy. Today, this American Massage Therapy Association member massages muscles into relaxed states. Michael received training in craniosacral therapy and skillfully blends an array of modalities such as connective-tissue release and trigger-point therapy. He uses these techniques to soothe carpal-tunnel syndrome, loosen frozen shoulders, and relieve the pain resultant from hunching over a typewriter all day.
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    204 E Capitol Dr.
    Milwaukee, WI US
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