Despite having a long to-do list and errands, you should definitely unwind after all of it has been crossed out. Or you can even take a break halfway through your list to give you that boost of energy to complete what’s left. Taking a break doesn’t waste your time, it naturally recharges you by maximizing your body’s capabilities as if it were only about to start working. What better way to do that than have a massage?
Massage therapists can relieve your pain, reduce stress, unwind bound-up muscles and make you feel generally better. In addition, they can also help rehabilitate injuries, improve circulation, and increase relaxation. Now who doesn’t want that?
There are a lot of kinds of massage therapy techniques today. Some therapists specialize in deep-tissue, acupressure, reflexology, orthopedic, and sports massage. You’ll surely find one type of massage that you’re most comfortable with.
We’re way ahead of you. Yup, we’ve done our research to minimize the trouble of you having to looking for a massage therapist in your area. We now give you our Top 10 Massage Therapists in Ohio!
Laura attended Knox County Career Center and received her license to practice Massage Therapy in 2009. She makes every effort to create a personalized, relaxing, comfortable and safe therapeutic environment full of respect and caring. Whether the purpose of your massage or Reiki treatment is simply for relaxation or for treatment of a specific problem, Laura’s approach is to work with focus and intent to meet your healing and wellness goals.
John is a graduate of Dayton School of Medical Massage in 2001, with continuing education in Myoskeletal Alignment and Scoliosis, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Therapeutic Massage, and Trigger Point Therapy. He is Licensed by the Ohio State Medical Board in 2002.
DeAnna have been a practicing massage therapist since 2004, first being licensed from the Texas Department of State Health Services, later by the National Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, then the Ohio State Medical Board. She has gained well rounded experience in the massage industry.
Laura work with people to relieve pain and improve their quality of life. Every effort is made to create a personalized, relaxing, comfortable and safe therapeutic environment full of respect and caring. Whether the purpose of your massage or reiki treatment is simply for relaxation or for treatment of a specific problem, Laura’s approach is to work with focus and intent to meet your healing and wellness goals.
Jessica enrolled at SHI Integrative Medical Massage School and graduated in December 2009. She left SHI with certification in Craniosacral, and training in TMJ and Myofacial Release. She has since gone on to take her National Certification boards, as well as certification in Ashiatsu, Reiki, Bamboo Fusion, and is starting her next journey to become a certified aromatherapist and certified in Thai Massage.
Dinah is a graduate of Massage Therapy Technology at Owens Community College, earning her Limited Practitioner’s Certificate from the State Medical Board of Ohio in 2009. She became licensed by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in 2011. Dinah has continuing education in Business Ethics and Professionalism as well as certified training in CPR/First Aid, Hot Stone Massage and Level One Reiki.
Melissa is a 2011 graduate of the SHI Integrative Medical Massage School and licensed by the states of Ohio and Kentucky. She is also nationally certified by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Melissa’s training to-date includes the following classes and certifications, Massage in the Oncology Setting, Manual Lymph Drainage, Massage for People Living with Cancer, Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, CranioSacral Therapy – Level I, Muscle Energy Techniques – Level I, Cervical and TMJ Dysfunction, Prenatal Massage, Acupressure Chair Massage and Hot Stone Therapy. She is also a Level II Reiki practitoner in the Usui line.
Kimberlee is a 2000 graduate of Northwest Academy of Massotherapy, Inc. From November of 2001 through October of 2002 she received extensive training from the St. John Neuromuscular Therapy Seminar group in the following areas, therapeutic massage for cervical injuries, postural analysis, pelvic stabilization techniques, pain relief mechanisms for the shoulder, upper torso, low back, spinal column and extremities, cervical stabilization and atlas-axis mobilization, neuromuscular components of cranial decompression and scoliosis, and pain relief techniques for TMJ dysfunction as well as neuromuscular therapies for the eyes, hands and feet. Other specialized training from 2002 through 2007 were Massage Masters for Golf Injuries and Balance Therapies, Effective Examination and Treatment Techniques for the Foot and Ankle, and the Rossiter Method of Deep Tissues Pain Relief Techniques.