Fore River Holistic Therapy
Many bodywork studios customize a massage treatment for you, but few customize a therapist for you. Therein lies one of the distinguishing factors of Fore River Holistic Therapy. Each one of the licensed and certified therapists possesses a specialty, and clients are paired with a therapist specialized to accommodate their condition. For example, there’s a shoulder specialist on hand for clients that have been playing too much golf or paying too little attention to the bumper car on their right. Other therapists address lower back pain, pregnancy pains, and a host of other conditions. Once paired, the therapist and client have a meet and greet and then head to a relaxing treatment room, where a heated massage table plays host to customized bodywork with a framework of deep-tissue, relaxation, or prenatal massage. Couples massages take place in the couples suite and entail two beds, two therapists, and two people that can indulge together instead of arguing about who gets to lie down and who has to steer the beach buggy.
Paula Perino’s massage techniques are so well-liked, she even has potential competitors publicly lauding her talents. On Keepers Therapeutic Massage's website, a client named Leslie says she's been receiving deep-tissue massage from Paula for the past two years—a pretty strong endorsement, considering Leslie herself is a massage therapist who specializes in deep-tissue therapy. Fellow client Rachel praised Ally Ogden's ability to hit the right spots during a massage. In addition to that modality, Paula and her team help clients to relax or manage their pain with seven other types of therapy, including myofascial release and hot-stone massage. For further relief, an infrared sunlight sauna sends heat deep into the body to spur detoxification, melt soreness, and warm hearts still frozen from a bad breakup with a snowman.
Licensed massage therapist Jean Kirby sends soothing ripples across muscle ponds with her therapeutic bodywork. In the comfort of her cozy studio, Jean can boost circulation with flowing Swedish strokes, or administer firmer deep-tissue pressure for lower-layer aches. Bodywork may also be paired with indulgent add-ons such as hot stones, aromatherapy, and Jean's personal blend of massage lotion.
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Though Kara Ouellette was a dancer, her graceful movements were hampered by constant pain. She turned to several different treatments but only found relief through massage therapy. Free of discomfort, Kara was able to study psychology and land a job in corporate sales—a career path that left her dissatisfied until she turned, once again, to massage. She attended Cortiva Institute's massage-therapy program, where she developed a strong foundation in anatomy, physiology, and pathology. After receiving her massage-therapy license, she became a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and founded Emerald Therapeutic Massage. Today, Kara mends muscles with modalities such as Swedish, deep-tissue, and pregnancy massage while wearing green-tinted glasses. In addition to building her practice, Kara volunteered her services by providing post-event chair massages for the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge—which raises money for cancer research—at the 2011 Boston Marathon.