Background/Massage Techniques: Dea Henson received her first license in 1977 from Washington State after completing a 1,000 hour training program and licensing exam
In the years following she has pursued advanced continuing education and life experiences pertaining to massage, allowing her to work with people of all ages and walks of life.
The style of massage she uses is a customized harmonious blend of several techniques rooted in Swedish, Shiatsu (acupressure), Reflexology, and Neuro-Muscular Therapy.
In 2008 Dea was certified in Lomlomi Hawaiian massage.
An active member of the International Ortho-Bionomy Society Dea has studied this gentle but effective positional release technique since 1985.
A member of AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association)
214-893-0035 | email@example.com
Background/Massage Techniques: Susan K. Younger has been a licensed Massage Therapist since 1998 and began massage therapy as a second career after decades in design, architecture and corporate facility management. Her prior education was a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa in 1974.
After receiving her basic Swedish Massage Training from the Austin School of Massage Therapy, Susan continued with advance training in Myofascial Release certification from the C.O.R.E. Institute of Tallahassee, FL July 1999 and Myofascial Structural Integration certification in June 2000 from the C.O.R.E. Massage Institute of Knoxville, TN.
She counts the Anatomy Trains course work from Tom Myers as the most inspiring training that helps her visualize the connections throughout the body from head to toe. Often with this work you are able to understand that an ache in the shoulder or neck is as much effected by issues in feet and legs and not only isolated to the area most associated with pain.
All of her work is based on Myofascial Release and Structural Integration. Even in chair massage she is able to uses these techniques. Susan integrates other modalities she has added to her work throughout the years including Ortho-Bionomy, Acupressure, Trigger Point and Reflexology. This training gives her a unique perspective to work with clients to help them understand their own body and what issues they want to focus on in any session.
After years in corporate work environments she understands the pressures of overwhelming commitments and the effects of extended time frame spent sitting in front of a computer have on an individual to create tension we learn to ignore until it leave you feeling debilitated.
Susan is a professional member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP).
214-677-7109 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Background/Massage Techniques: Patrick Kirk received his massage therapy license when he moved to Texas in 1994. He was born and raised in Northern Idaho, where silver mining and abundant outdoor adventures are still a way of life.
His focus is geared towards relieving aches and pains, while promoting overall healthy muscle performance. Patrick holds several certificates from ongoing massage education programs and is actively involved in the American Massage Therapy Association. He is also a service provider for several medical wellness and corporate programs.
Although accomplished in various specialized techniques and modalities, thorough deep tissue work remains an integral part of his preferred approach. His massages are definitely not in the “Fluff & Buff” category…
972-333-3338 | email@example.com
Background/Massage Techniques: John uses firm pressure, but applies it sensitively. He prefers deep-tissue massage and trigger-point therapy. John has been a therapist since 1996 and has over 1000 hours of advanced training.
Major: B.S. In chemistry, minor in math, University of Puerto Rico
Registered Massage Therapist, Hands On Therapy School, Mesquite
Military: Six years, US Army, Captain. Honorable discharge
Language: Fluent in Spanish
Hobbies/interests: Model & high power rocketry, martial arts, muscle cars, weight lifting.
2000 to present: Massage therapy instructor, Hands On Therapy, Mesquite. Duties include preparation of curriculum to include source material and text books, power point presentation, examinations and answer keys, student evaluation and progress reports. Subject matters include anatomy and physiology, massage technique, Texas state law, business and ethics, health and hygiene, hydrotherapy and advance work on chair massage and carpal tunnel syndrome. Also conduct review classes for state board examination.
214-794-7569 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Background: While recovering from shoulder surgery, Kimberly found that massage therapy was instrumental in regaining the use of and ROM in her shoulder and arm. This was what motivated her to start her training as a massage therapist. Kimberly is now a Licensed Massage Therapist and Advanced Medical Massage Practitioner, as well as a Certified Lypossage Therapist.
Kimberly is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association and is the founder and manager of Healing Touch Integrative BodyWork, a private practice in Dallas.
Massage Techniques: Kimberly is skilled in orthopedic/medical massage, deep tissue massage, prenatal massage, restoration massage, eastern oncology massage and hot stone therapy. She specializes in medical/orthopedic massage, oncology/comfort oriented massage and body contouring.
469-554-8429 | kreynolds@HTIBW.com
Background: Terrie's interest in the medical field started after her mother asked her to help make a difference. She worked as a Medical Assistant and X-Ray Technician for 4 years before acting as a Clinical Research Coordinator for the FDA. While working for the FDA, Terrie decided to go school for Massage Therapy. Her love for massage started when she became fascinated with the body's muscles and it's ability to heal through massage. Terrie has been a certified massage therapist for five years.
Massage Techniques: Terrie is a Certified Medical Massage Therapist and an Exercise Therapy Specialist and a member of Associated Bodyworks & Massage Professional (ABMP). She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial, Trigger Point, Prenatal, Sports and Water Massage. She currently owns WellNew Massage & Health.
214-288-5231 | email@example.com
Major: M.S. in Kinesiology
Trigger Point Therapy
C.I.A.R. Biomechanics of Strength Training
Licensed Massage Therapist since 1993
Member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals
214-986-8575 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Major: B.B.A., SMU Cox School of Business, 1983
Background/Massage Techniques: After 13 years in the business world selling corporate retirement plans, Massage became my path to health and wellbeing. I have focused my time in the study of The Asian Healing Arts with a concentration on Acupressure and self-care techniques. My intent is to help everyone realize their greatest health and wellbeing. My method blends Swedish massage with Acupressure and Thai Massage.
Licensed to Practice Massage since 1996
Member Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP)
214-392-7178 | email@example.com
Major: B.S. in Business
Massage Specialties: Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish/Relaxation, Pre-Natal Massage, Reflexology, Chair Massage
Licensed Massage Therapist since 1996
Member of International Massage Association
214-850-7878 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Background/Massage Techniques: Pierre is currently certified in Swedish and deep tissue massage. He is continuing his education in sports massage/rehabilitation, trigger point and craniosacral therapy. Pierre also works at Massage Envy and previously worked at Christus St. Michael Rehabilitation Hospital.
Hobbies/interest: Spending time with his family, watching collegiate sports, swimming, bowling, traveling, watching movies, working health fairs and watching and participating in Greek step shows.
972-467-4071 | email@example.com
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