At Escape Massage Therapy, licensed massage therapist Shawnee Moody has made it her mission to help ease the pain of others. Inside her tranquil studio, Moody promotes relaxation during stress-relieving Swedish massages and eases the leg and lower back pains associated with pregnancy during pre-natal massages. And, to help rid the body of deep, persistent pain, she also administers deep tissue massages, which are ideal for athletes or moms who can't keep their kids away from cracked sidewalks.
Licensed massage therapist Cristi Page is passionate about helping her clients relax, manage pain, and heal. She specializes in deep-tissue massage, which uses deep kneading to help relieve chronic, long-held stress in the body. Her Swedish massages also help release tension as well as improve circulation, using a combination of lotions or oils and a variety of rolling, kneading, and percussion strokes.
Licensed massage therapist Mary Jean Serignese alleviates bodily tension with more than six types of massage modalities. Each of her massage types lavishes muscles with customized strokes that emphasize complete relaxation. Aromatherapy oils augment some massages, infiltrating olfactory glands with the rejuvenating waft of essential oils, and hot stones?an area in which Mary Jean carries a special certification?melt away tension.
Though many massage therapists brag about the way they blend techniques to build a perfect personalized treatment, Johnathon Anderson has the credentials to back it up. The nationally certified therapist holds certificates in 18 different massage modalities, which he weaves together following physical and verbal cues from his customers. As clients unwind on the massage table, Johnathon edits their the frenzy in their minds into a slow highlight reel of serene images with classic Swedish massage, diminishes chronic pain with deep-tissue work, and uses prenatal massage to help expectant mothers overcome added joint pressure and tension brought on by complicated crib-assembly instructions.
Ryan McDonald's background in personal fitness informs much of his massage-therapy practice, which specializes in sports- and repetitive-motion-related complaints. Trained in several massage disciplines, including integrated structural therapy, Ryan applies a wide variety of techniques to address the causes, not just the symptoms, of his clients' discomfort. After a thorough evaluation, he may incorporate methods such as strain/counter-strain or myofascial release into his sessions, which take place within the soothing confines of Anew Massage and Wellness.