Licensed massage therapist Helen Proulx has been untying knotted muscles for eight years. Her specializations include Swedish and deep-tissue massage, which includes long, gliding strokes and more pressurized kneading, respectively. In her capable hands, mothers-to-be find relief from aches and tension during prenatal massages. Each massage session can easily be customized to concentrate on a specific part of the body.
Jessica Pink, A Whole Peace’s licensed massage therapist,channels a postive spirit––cultivated through her love of painting––during customized bodywork sessions. During the relaxation massage, she uses soothing strokes to calm the mind and rejuvenate tense muscles. Each relaxation session includes an extra 10 minutes of hands-off time, suitable for reflecting upon the day’s peaceful events or moving objects with your mind.
At Spa Services RI, a medically certified aesthetician and nationally certified massage therapist indulge clients in sundry rejuvenating and tension-eradicating treatments. Clients opting for the full-body spa package can choose from a variety of 50-minute facials, including the Antidote, which employs pressure-point manipulation to alleviate stress and staring-contest fatigue. A 60-minute body wrap detoxifies the corpus and banishes cellulite from epidermal strata, and is followed by a stress-relieving reflexology pressure-point treatment.
Led by owner Gioia DeSimone, an American Massage Therapy Association member, the certified team of therapists at Rejuvenating Touch Massage Therapy focuses on deep-tissue and myofascial techniques to knead their clients' bodies towards healthier and less stressful lives. Massages tackle sports-related injuries, post-surgery rehabilitation, and everyday strain amid soft lighting, warm-toned walls, and eclectic decor including feathered masks. The body experts also work with clients so they can retrain their movements as well as become aware of all the systems and puppet strings that control their bodies' inner workings.
Stress is ubiquitous. Not a day goes by that we aren't held captive by the anxious thumb of bills, work, and the giant that lives next door. That's where Patricia Lafond at Victoriaworks Massage Therapy comes in. The studio's licensed muscle mender is an expert at tailoring bodywork to the individual's unique needs. Guests can request flowing Swedish strokes, deep-tissue pressure, or a custom blend of the two for multifaceted healing.
Certified by the American Massage Therapy Association, Jennifer Wilkicki puts her skills to work practicing a host of healing services that range from acupressure to reflexology. From her post at Fit500, Jennifer addresses sports injuries through massage, helps heal with acupressure, and works to realign bodies’ energies by changing out their old batteries.