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As a child, well before she became a licensed massage therapist, Maggie Fritzke loved to give rudimentary rubdowns to her friends and family. Today, she has turned this natural inclination into a true art form, intuitively searching out areas of tension with the long, gliding strokes of Swedish massage. Her skill really shines during her deep-tissue massages, when embedded muscle knots relent under the firm pressure, rocking, and stretching of her hands and forearms. Fritzke can even come to clients' offices to perform chair massages while they're taking breaks or working on patenting new ways to sit in chairs.