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Elements Massage 6313 McKee Road, Suite #300
Fitchburg, WI   53719
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6313 McKee Road
Suite #300
Fitchburg, WI 53719

Mon - Sat 9am - 9pm
Sun 10am - 7pm

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Words of Wellness / Our Studio

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Brett K., LMT Jun 10, 2016 Our Studio

To put it simply, it is the people.  The people I get to work with everyday and the clients I have the privilege of helping.  There is no better feeling in the world than seeing the look of relief on someone’s face after they get of the table.  Knowing that you were able to help that person, even if it is temporary, experience relief from an injury or the...

Scott F., LMT Jun 2, 2016 Our Studio

A client came in with very limited range of motion (ROM) in her left shoulder, as well as neck issues. After a couple of sessions where we working with myofascial release techniques and some muscle stripping to open the shoulder, neck, and rotator cuff, the client has been steadily improving. She has reduced the frequency of her chiropractic adjustments. We...

Matthew T., LMT May 9, 2016 Our Studio

I love being a massage therapist; it is the best job that I have ever had! Ever since I was little I knew that whatever career I pursued would involve helping people. I have held numerous professional positions throughout my life that did help others, but only tangentially. However, the lack of face to face interaction with others and the mounting stress of surviving in corporate...

Scott F., LMT Apr 27, 2016 Our Studio

Tips for Avoiding Stress   Stress seems to come from everywhere nowadays: job, family, social media, TV, the commute, etc. While massage is great for reducing stress, anxiety, and depression, massage is not something one can do every day (unfortunately!). So what can you do on a daily basis to de-stress? Here are some tips to get you started:   Listening...

Connie C., LMT Apr 22, 2016 Our Studio

Massage has stand-alone benefits, but the benefits improve tremendously when self-care is performed. Self-care may include drinking proper amounts of water, stretching, cold and hot packs, foam rolling, rest, changes to lifestyle habits, and paying close attention to areas of pain and what is causing them. Regular self-care will help reduce tension, keep you hydrated,...

Hannah Rose, LMT Feb 24, 2016 Our Studio

Last year I was working with a client who had just been in an intense car accident. Even though she was the one with the least number of injuries, she was living with severe whiplash and trauma, from the event and also losing a friend. The first few times we worked together on her whiplash, she was also emotionally releasing her trauma and pain, as we slowly softened and opened...

Hannah Rose Ecklund Jan 14, 2016 Our Studio

Not every client is here to "get better".  For some clients getting better is not the hand they were dealt.  Terminal illness, degenerative disease, and paralyzed limbs are just a few examples of conditions I've helped clients manage.  Treatment is focused on feeling a little bit lighter, more aligned, and stronger to carry on with daily medical...

Scott F., LMT Jan 8, 2016 Our Studio

     Dealing with everyday, chronic pain is difficult. One of my clients has fibromyalgia (FM). Fibromyalgia impacts a person's life via perpetual nerve end stimulation, resulting in highly variable pain. The constant bombardment of pain affects quality of life through raised levels of anxiety, depression, fatigue and others.      Massage has...

Nov 25, 2015 Our Studio

One of the most recommended self-care tips I provide my clients with is using a lacrosse ball to roll out their feet, gluteals, back, or neck. A great tool!

LEAH FESSLER Sep 9, 2015 Our Studio

It’s no surprise that a massage can seriously soothe your mind and body, and you already know a solid rubdown has impressive health perks, like better blood circulation, amped immunity, anxiety relief, and even improved sleep quality.
But beyond the obvious, there’s a lot to wonder about the magic of massage. Few therapies are quite so up-close-and-personal, so to avoid awkward moments, wasted cash, and (most importantly) potential pain, it’s crucial to be in the know. We asked certified massage therapists for the inside scoop on how to have the best possible massage experience.

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