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
What is the cost of a massage?
30 minutes - $50
45 minutes - $75
60 minutes - $100
90 minutes - $145
*Note that your massage time is the entire time your therapist will be performing massage therapy on you.
Appointments Mon, Tues
Teresa spent her childhood in North and South Dakota. Her interest in massage therapy began at a young age, and the natural talent she had for it led her to look into Massage Therapy as a career; it became apparent this was a wonderful way to help those who live in chronic pain.
She graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in December of 2015 with honors in the Massage Therapy program, and also received her Associates degree and her Bachelor's degree in Human Biology. Through continuing education, she has become certified in Neuromuscular Therapy. Teresa also became Nationally Board Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworks in 2017.
While Teresa loves to work on the full body, her specialty is in the upper body, specifically the shoulders and neck. With continuing education, she continues to learn more techniques that help clients find relief from pain, and improve their quality of life.
In her free time, Teresa is usually at home with her husband and two pets, Brutus and Zoe. She is a crafter at heart, and loves to crochet and quilt. Baking is also one of her passions.
Appointments Mon, Th, Fri
Jo grew up in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, showing an affinity for anatomy and physiology in school. Her passion for customer service and human anatomy made massage therapy an easy career choice in her pursuit to assist others with pain management.
In October of 2018, Jo began work as a patient services coordinator at the Natural Care Center of Woodbury while concurrently pursuing training in massage therapy at The Massage School in Minnesota. Completed in the summer of 2019, this education has led her to be skilled in several massage techniques. As a practitioner, she focuses on massage as a form of therapuetic healing. Capable of full body work, Jo specializes in low back pain relief and working with conditions that affect the hands, wrists and forearms. Jo is also a Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist through the NASM.
When Jo is not working in the clinic, she enjoys creating digital illustrations and other types of artwork. She happily takes care of her plants babies and is often found extensively representing her favorite color purple.