From Our Editors
Good massage therapists use their talents to relieve pain. Great massage therapists instill those talents in others. That’s why licensed massage therapist Gina Treuter channels her two decades of experience into teaching pupils how to turn their hands into instruments of healing. When she’s not teaching, attending workshops, or undergoing advanced training programs, she uses her qualified hands in an array of modalities to heal clients’ bodies. Each of Gina’s sessions—which take place inside scent-free therapy rooms to help people who have allergies or who are just human-sized bundles of sage—begins with a consultation designed to uncover clients’ specific needs and pressure preferences. Guests can also benefit from energy-based therapies such as chakra clearing and structural balancing, and the center’s monthly women’s-wellness retreats help melt away anxiety with massage, deep-breathing instruction, guided meditations, and presentations on healing foods.