Like a kernel of popcorn, the human body has a hardy, solid appearance whose frailty isn't apparent until stress makes it pop. Keep your corpus together with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a one-hour massage of your choice at Ahimsa Massage & Healing in Leawood.
Ahimsa Massage & Healing's multifocal approach to healing attempts to soothe the body, calm the mind, heal the spirit, and shrink-wrap the soul in robustness. Jeana L. Timmons, a licensed massage therapist, utilizes her healing expertise in all Ahimsa massages. Different treatments are available depending on customer preferences––the deep-tissue massage, for instance, aims to relieve tension in the lowest layers of tissue in the body, releasing chronic stress with an intense and concentrated pressure, and the Swedish massage combines oils and lotions to relax clients with rolling, kneading, or keelhauling movements. Also offered are the positional release, pregnancy massage, and sports massage, which can be customized based on individual needs or problem areas.
Five Yelpers award Ahimsa Massage & Healing a perfect five stars:
- I am a longtime regular client. Jeana Timmons is a highly skilled professional and accredited therapist. She takes the time to listen to your individual needs and customizes your sessions accordingly. – todd h.
- For the past six years my wife and I have been utilizing the skills of Jeana Timmons. She is a gifted and compassionate massage therapist who takes the time to know her patients…I highly recommend Ahimsa Massage and Healing. – Philip H.
The licensed massage therapist at Ahimsa Healing pulls out every tool in the musculoskeletal toolbox, calling on everything from the popular gliding strokes of Swedish massage to the energy-based healing techniques of Japanese reiki to defeat chronic pain. Visits begin with an intake form, on which clients or enchanted pencils scribble down notes regarding chronic conditions or injuries so that therapists can design a custom pain-relieving treatment. Nimble hands then manipulate muscles, calling upon deep-tissue kneads to offset injuries and craniosacral therapy to reduce headaches caused by accidentally holding your helmet and wearing your jackhammer.