What is Massage Therapy?
Massage therapy is one of the oldest forms of health care. Our therapists are highly trained in the anatomy of the body and have a unique understanding of the musculoskeletal system. Therefore, they work with hands-on therapeutic and rehabilitatve techniques to address conditions that are soft tissue in nature (muscle, tendon/ligament, fascia, etc.). This promotes rapid functional improvement and optimal healing and recovery for patients.
What Massage Techniques are available?
Our practitioners are educated in the following techniques:
Trigger Point Therapy
Sarah graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Superior with an Associate's degree in 2012. In 2020, she graduated with her Associate's degree in Therapeutic Bodywork from CenterPoint Massage School.
While Sarah loves to work on the full body, she particularly likes to hone in on injured or problematic areas. She is skilled in Swedish and therapeutic massage, as well as Shiatsu techniques.
Sarah loves working in a collaborative environment and is ready to help clients relax, recover, and manage their overall well-being!
What massage times do you have?
*Note that your massage time is the entire time your therapist will be performing massage therapy on you.
Originally from Minnesota, Tracy has been in successful practices in Arizona and New Mexico since graduating in 1999 from the Minnesota School of Massage and Bodyworks. She also studied with John F. Barnes, who is considered the "father" of authentic Myofascial Release.
Tracy loves helping people return to their active lives, and works with both acute and chronic conditions, such as TMJ, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, PTSD, women's health, and much more!