Owner & Licensed Medical Massage Therapist, Ma37028
Denise Devine-Smith LMTMMP

Denise has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2001 and a Medical Massage Practitioner since 2003. She specializes in post-traumatic injuries, working in conjunction with doctors and physical therapists to continue the medical care of her clients. Denise uses deep muscle manipulation, cross fiber friction, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and arom/prom in her medical massages to ensure her clients receive the best possible care. She also specializes in therapeutic, pregnancy and thai massage.

Aesthetician
Lacie Stills

Facials, waxing

Licensed Massage Therapist, MA87535
Jeanne Robinson LMT

Jeanne became an LMT in 1989, focusing on Swedish and therapeutic/deep tissue massage modalities. Her sure, soft touch and natural empathy for those in pain is in her genes. A native Floridian, Jeanne grew up in a family of healers – both her great grandmother and great grandfather were trailblazing naturopaths in the Live Oak area in the 1920s and 30s. After successful careers in blood banking and real estate through the 2000s, Jeanne has returned to her passion for healing through massage and has added Hot Stone Massage to her growing list of specialties.

Licensed Massage Therapist, MA88147
Caleigh Abbott LMT

Caleigh became an LMT in 2017. She is dedicated to the rehabilitative and healing process. Trained in Swedish, Therapeutic/Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, and Prenatal massage. She is committed to continued education, furthering her skills, and offering clients the newest in therapeutic massage techniques.

BENEFITS OF MASSAGE:

Active Release Therapy: 

Kinesiolgy Taping:

lymphatic Drainage:

Neuromuscular Massage:, 

Cupping Massage:

Swedish Massage:

Orthopedic Massage: and Sports Injuries. It involves therapeutic assessment, manipulation, and movement of tate pain and dysfunction.

Active Isolated Stretching and Strengthening (AIS) 

Sauna for sweating out toxinsrovides an effective dynamic facilitated stretch of major muscle groups, but Saunamore importantly, functional physiological restoration of muscle, tendon, vertebrae, ligaments, and joints

• Mechanical cleanser of lymph system
• Relaxes muscles / relieves tension
• Improves general circulation and nutrition of tissues and joints
• Stretches connective tissue and breaks down  / prevents the formation of adhesions
• Disperses edema following an injury to ligaments and tendons, lessons pain
• Helps reduce blood pressure  
• Improves range of motion
• Relieves TMJ

You may have seen this on the Olympic athletes in the summer 2008 games. It can be used to treat a virtually limitless number of ailments and injuries. It mimics the qualities of human skin and can provide proven, comfortable treatment at any age or condition.  

Relaxation Massage:

One way this can be done is with Hot Stone Massage, done by Susan. Hot Stone Massage is a massage technique that dates back to ancient times. The heat from the stones warms and relaxes the muscles, which allows for deep pressure, if desired. The warmth improves circulation and calms the nervous system. It also improves osteoarthritis and arthritis pain. It helps reduce stress, tension, insomnia and depression. Hot Stone Massage is an hour and a half experience of complete relaxation and healing that your mind and body will be ever so grateful for.

Couples Massage:

Two people can get a massage in the same room at the same time. Male and female therapists are available. If you have a friend whose a little bit timid about getting their first massage, this is a great way to get them in and get them started.