What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We offer a 75-minute massage which is customized according to our client's needs using a variety of massage techniques. We also offer facials and sugar foot scrubs as an add on service for an additional fee.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I once had an injury which did not seem to heal until I received massage therapy. Not only did it heal, but rapidly. Even old scar tissue began to break up and the pain disappeared.
What do you love most about your job?
Being able to make other people feel better all around. Massage has an impact on the person as a whole and not just the physical body.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
I had a client that who had a car accident and was left in a significant amount of discomfort. She said after receiving my massages she can walk without pain and sleep through the night. She chose massage therapy as her treatment rather than physical therapy.
Donna Bilek, Earthwalk Center for Wholeness’s founder, has a passion for health, wellness, and spirituality. She holds a national certification in massage therapy and a master’s degree in theology, and imparts her knowledge to others as an adjunct instructor at Notre Dame of Maryland University. In 2005, Bilek and massage therapist Scott Kover brought together a staff of massage therapists, psychotherapists, spiritual companions, and reiki practitioners to found Earthwalk Center for Wholeness. Through bodywork, spiritual guidance, and individual and couples psychotherapy, Earthwalk Center for Wholeness’s staff works toward a common goal: improving clients’ quality of life with holistic wellness services.
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Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
The therapists at Mommie Massage Center focus their skills on mothers, expectant mothers, and other women who endure their fair share of stress. Their specialty—prenatal massage—relieves tension in the lower back and hips, where moms-to-be tend to experience the most pain. The therapists also offer foot and leg treatments that can alleviate water retention and reduce the appearance of varicose veins. Often they rely on special add-ons—aromatherapy scents, hot stones—to make the treatments that much more relaxing. In a bit of synergy, Mommie Massage Center is located inside of Little Bo Peep, Inc., where sonographers create 3D ultrasound images that tell mothers if their babies will in fact be born in three dimensions or will simply exist as a straight line on a sliver of graph paper.
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Although considered alternative, these doctors produce great results and are willing to help you with any discomforts you're having.