Availability: Saturday & Sunday
- Deep tissue
- Trigger point
- Neuromuscular therapy
- Pin and stretch/active release
- Sports massage; pre- and post-event
"Whether the pain that's bothering you is specific or all over, an hour or more of my massage will leave you feeling refreshed, energized, and more mobile. By utilizing a blend of deep tissue, trigger point, and active release techniques, I can help re-train your muscles and relieve your pain."
- Everest College, 750-hour program. Graduated 2015.
Most Experience Treating:
- Levator scapulae syndrome
- Frozen shoulder
- Tension headaches
- Tennis/golfer's elbow
- Plantar fasciitis
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
"A client came to me with a practically immobile right shoulder. She could not lift her arm above chest level or bring her arm behind her back. She needed assistance getting dressed, and was having difficulty performing her job duties without pain. After four deep tissue sessions, I was able to help her restore full range of motion and achieve a 100% reduction in pain. Not only can she now get dressed without assistance, she is able to perform her job duties and provide for her family pain-free."
What makes your massages unique?
"I provide a unique fusion of Swedish and therapeutic strokes, which I apply according to my client's needs and what their body tells me. The result leaves my clients feeling energized, which a reduction in pain, stress, and improved range of motion."
What Continued Education courses interest you?
- Craniosacral therapy
- Intraoral massage
- Manual ligament therapy
- Manual lymphatic drainage
- Thai massage
- Release therapy
What do you most appreciate when receiving massage?
"When a practitioner intently 'listens' to my muscle tissue; the ability to meet muscle resistance, feel release, and apply a wide variety of techniques."
What keeps you passionate about massage therapy?
"My passion is knowing that by practicing massage, I make an impact on the world. By reducing pain and stress in people's lives, and bringing smiles to their faces, that sense of well-being inevitably spreads to the community and helps to build a better world."
Zachary VanRy, LMT, MA60549257
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