Lisa Johnson's motivation for becoming a massage therapist was purely financial. She didn't want to live the life of a broke college student after high-school graduation, so she enrolled in a massage-therapy program. More than six years later, however, she's developed a passion for her work and believes affordable and dependable massage therapy should be within everyone's reach. That's why she opened her own studio, Project Body. Here, clients benefit from massages that employ various techniques, ranging from long, flowing Swedish strokes to the sustained pressure of trigger-point therapy. To augment bodywork sessions, Lisa offers several add-ons, including treatments that focus on arthritic hands and sinus pressure, and the unique option of Project Nap Time, because who doesn't want a quick nap after a soothing massage?