Rhonda Durham LMT knows a few things about healing. Coming from seven generations of healers herself, she literally grew up honing her intuitive touch. Her earliest professional training began in earnest in 1988 when she gained expertise in reflexology, chakra, and quantum mechanics—a scientific field. This early exposure to the complexities of quantum physics and energy healing formed a solid basis for her continuing development. Today, Rhonda helps her clients bring their minds and bodies into harmony with more than 20 holistic wellness techniques. These include soothing massage, micro-current point stimulation, neuromyofascial pain management, to advanced energy practices.
Treasa Cailleach, the founder and owner of Atira Massage and Bodywork, soothes guests with seven massage modalities, including three special styles: shiatsu, Thai, and sei tai. By training as an expert in so many modalities, Treasa built an arsenal of techniques that can tackle any amount of stress or pain caused by muscle stiffness, lymphatic blockage, or riding a tiny motorcycle to work each day. Her treatments cover the full range of massage therapy, from purely relaxing sessions to extreme deep-tissue work and therapeutic massages targeting specific injuries and ailments. In addition to massage therapy, Treasa offers reiki and energy healing, as well as sugar and salt scrubs to slough off dead skin cells.
With an eye towards holistic health, Kathy Harrington, a member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals, took on 720 hours of massage training at the Pinnacle Career Institute. Now she uses a range of techniques—including Swedish, trigger-point, reflexology, and hot-stone therapy—to boost circulation and improve overall wellbeing. Kathy caters to expectant mothers with pregnancy massage, and she can tend to dermal concerns with organic facials and body wraps. She also offers spa packages that include body wraps and aromatherapy treatments.