Shayna S., RMT
Kim has 3000 hours of training and is a graduate of MaKami College. She likes to incorporate relaxation massage in with myofascial release, deep tissue work, and trigger point therapy. Combining these different techniques makes for a relaxing, yet effective massage in relieving tight muscles from every day use or injuries from overuse. Kim decided to become a massage therapist because she loves helping people. At the end of the day she find's such a fulfillment knowing she has made a difference in helping her clients feel better. Kim plans on taking Reiki levels 1 and 2 to expand her knowledge of energy healing and to help attune herself to understand clients injuries even better. Kim strongly believes in staying active in the gym to live a happy, healthy life. Kim Listhaeghe, RMT.
Natasha V., RMT
Kendra considers routine therapeutic massage to be very beneficial in prevention of every day wear and tear injuries, sport related ailments, and motor vehicle accidents. As well as in aiding and sustaining relief for chronic conditions and pain. She uses a variety of relaxation techniques to provide the client with comfort and allow muscle tension mitigation. This then contributes for easier manipulation of the muscle through GTO (Golgi Tendon Organ) release and passive stretching techniques. Her main focus as a therapist is to educate her clients and provide them with the information needed to prevent injuries due to incorrect posture and help them to counter act repetitive strain injuries.
Krystal M., RMT
Krystal has a wide range of pressure which ranges from relaxation to deep tissue. With a preference of a therapeutic style with trigger point release. She has been healing clients for the last 4 years where she worked in a chiropractic clinic specializing in sports injuries, whiplash, and general rehabilitation.