Since 1996, Adrienne Mohn has provided pain relief and relaxation as a certified massage therapist. Her specialties range from traditional deep tissue, Swedish, and head-and-face massages, to less pervasive modalities, including French aromatherapy and energy bodywork to balance chakras drawn from Native American and Hawaiian culture. As for the benefits of her treatments, there are many, including decreased anxiety, boosted energy levels, reduced fatigue, and improved joint flexibility.
Licensed massage therapist Jessica Kline can apply six types of massage modalities, including relaxation, deep-tissue, and hot stone. Jessica, who is a parent of three, admits on her website that she specializes in helping ease the tension of expectant mothers or post-thanksgiving eaters with prenatal massage. Kline can also tack on a moisturizing body-wrap treatment.
“My back is killing me!” Steve Corson regularly heard complaints like this while working in the restaurant biz. The desire to quell backaches and workplace stress is what eventually drove him to become a licensed massage therapist. He set up shop in Full Throttle Ink tattoo parlor, where he dissolves tension with long, gliding Swedish strokes and concentrated deep-tissue kneads. Steve also tends to sports-related injuries, and he tackles painful knots built up over time or after pro games of Twister using trigger-point therapy.
Licensed massage therapist Thomas Snyder works in two different settings: clients? homes and his own homey, red-brick studio. In either case, he relaxes muscles and relieves tension with a diverse range of bodywork treatments, including therapeutic massage, craniosacral therapy, and reflexology. He even offers massage parties, during which he treats guests to soothing strokes in celebration of the host?s birthday, bridal shower, or other important events.
Each with more than 10 years of experience behind them, the knowledgeable stylists at Garby’s Salon call upon their expertise while cosseting strands with products from Matrix and Paul Mitchell. Nail technicians add soothing paraffin-wax dips to manicures and paint toes with OPI or China Glaze polish. To complete their clients’ spa experiences, aestheticians and therapists oust stress with massages, facials, and reflexology treatments.
Kimberley Robinson's education didn't stop when she graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage. She went on to study myofascial-release with expert John Barnes and completed an internship at the Myofascial Release Treatment Center. Robinson carries her expertise into the treatment room at Trancendental Bodywork, where she uses myofascial-release to address a range of ailments, including chronic pain, fibromyalgia, and TMJ.