We are pleased to announce that we have 19 Licensed Massage Therapists on board. We have just finished our new Corporate website and you can check out all of our Therapist biographies in the "meet our therapists" section to find a therapist that may best fit your specific needs. We look forward to your specific requests when you call to book your appointment.
To let our clients know we have on going trainings to keep our staff well educated as well as their own modalities that they would like or have trained in:
Andie: Thai Yoga Massage/Reiki II
Mark: Reflexology/Reiki Master
Nikki: Cranial Sacral Techniques
We would also like to let you know that Andie will be offering Thai Yoga Massage here at Elements. Here is a little bit about Thai Yoga and how it may be a good fit for you:Thai Yoga Massage is an ancient healing art based on the northern style of Traditional Thai Massage. This style of massage follows a specific sequence of massage techniques, passive yoga stretches and a meditative focus that brings balance to the physical, energetic and emotional body as well as to the mind and spirit. This work is performed one on one, fully clothed, lying on a mat on the floor. The practitioner uses her hands, feet, elbows and knees while the client remains relaxed on the mat. As this is not a yoga class, prior yoga experience is not necessary and all levels of flexibility can be accommodated.
To receive this work it is asked that you wear loose, comfortable long pants and a long sleeve shirt that you can move around in easily. It is best that they do not have any zippers or snaps on them as they could become uncomfortable for you to lie on.
If you are pregnant, have had a hip or knee replacement, have acute back problems this work may not be appropriate or beneficial to receive. If you have any questions about whether or not you should receive Thai Yoga Massage they would be happy to speak with you.
Also, Roxana will be performing Ashiatsu massage in the near future. We will have more information as this gets closer as well as more information on the modality of this great work.
In Good Health,
Angie Lamothe, LMT