Techniques we offer: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thai Yoga, Hot Stone, Reflexology, Lymphatic Drainage, and Craniosacral.
Deep Tissue Massage: focuses on the tissue below the muscles, and it includes the basic Swedish Massage.
Thai Yoga Stretching utilizes yoga-like positions while the therapist stretches the client’s legs, arms, and back. Some compression massage is also used during treatment. The assisted stretching relieves tight muscles and improves range of motion. This type of massage works well for lower back pain and disc problems.
Aromatherapy uses essential oils to improve a person’s mood, improve lung, stomach, and brain function, as well as relax muscles. Several oils are whisked onto the back, and hot towels are applied to promote the absorption into the skin and muscles.
Hot Stone Massage uses hot stones to apply pressure and heat to certain areas of the body. The hot stones are also used to massage the muscles. They are placed on the spine, legs, chest, head, and toes. The heat deeply penetrates into the muscles for ultimate relaxation.
Reflexology/Acupressure involves applying pressure to certain areas of the body, including the feet and hands, to encourage a beneficial effect on other parts of the body. Some points on the feet and hands correspond with internal organs and the spine. By stimulating these points one can reduce pain and improve overall function of the body.
Lymphatic Drainage: Manual lymph drainage massage (also called lymphatic drainage and lymph massage) is a form of very light massage that encourages lymph flow in the body. It is particularly good for detoxification, edema, pre- and post-plastic surgery and post-liposuction. It can also help with cellulite treatments, scar tissue, spider veins, redness and acne.
CrainioSacral Therapy (CST): CranioSacral therapy is non-invasive and scientifically based. It can be a very effective treatment for a wide range of common conditions such as migraines, neck and back pain, stress-related problems, orthopedic conditions and even dental problems. CST has been used on babies to help reduce colic, crying and miss-shapened skulls, as well as children with attention deficit disorders, dyslexia, autism and learning difficulties. CranioSacral Therapy is also very helpful for accident recovery, helping to gently and effectively release adhesions in the muscles, connective tissue, sacrum and cranium.
Meet our Massage Therapists
|Elizabeth Hansen has over 900 hours of massage training from the Saint Croix Center for the Healing Arts. She has worked as a massage therpist for 5 years. Her techniques include; deep tissue, reflexology, integrative massage,Thai yoga (stretching), hot stone, aromatherapy, Sports massage, prenatal, and accupressure. State Licensed.
Hours: Monday: 9-11:30am, Every other Thursday 9-11:30am, Friday 2-5:45pm,
every other Saturday 9am-1pm, and every other Sunday 9am-12pm
|Julia Westfeild has completed over 700 hours of massage training from Minnesota State College Southeast Technical College. She has been a massage therapist for 2 years. Her techniques include Swedish,deep tissue, sports massage, trigger point therapy, hot stone, and myofascial release. She has worked in sports facilities and has treated athletes. With special interests in headaches and low back pain. State licensed and Nationally Board Certified.
Hours: Tuesdays 9am-12:45pm, and Thursdays 2-7pm, and every other Saturday 9-11:30am.
|Denise Hamp comes from the Minneapolis School of Massage. She has completed 1000 hours of training. Her techniques include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Cranial Sacral, and Myofascial release therapies. She has been a massage therapist for 13 years. Denise has worked in chiropractic clinics and has treated many difficulty conditions. State Licensed
Hours: Every other Saturday 9-11:30am and every other Sunday 9am-12pm
|Kristin Weaver is a graduate of Globe University. Her techniques include Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, prenatal massage, sports massage, and hot stone. She is also certified in Pediatric “Nurturing Touch” massage through the Liddle Kidz Foundation. State licenses and nationally board certified. Kristin has been working as a massage therapist for 8+ months and enjoys combining techniques together to provide a more personalized massage to fit each individual client’s needs.
Hours: Wednesday 3:15-7pm, Thursday 3:15-7pm, Friday 9am-12:45pm,
and every other Sunday 9-11:30am
|Nicole Bornmann has been doing massage for over 4 years. She graduated from WITC-New Richmond. She specializes in Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage with special interest in headaches, neck and back pain.
Hours: Monday 9am-2pm, Every other Tuesday 9am-7pm, Wednesday 9am-7pm,
every other Thursday 9am-12:45pm, every other Friday 9am-3:15pm/11am-5:45pm,
and Sunday 9am-12pm
|Sharon Pollock Sharon has been Nationally Certified through NCBTMB since 2006 and Board Certified since 2014; she is licensed as a Massage Therapist in the State of Wisconsin. Advanced training includes Medical Massage Hospital Training with The Mayo Clinic, Level Four of Craniosacral Therapy, LaStone Hot and Cold Stones, Pre-Natal Certification, Reflexology, and certification as a Lymphedema Therapist. She is currently the Program Chair in Massage Therapy at Globe University in Woodbury.
Hours: Monday 3-7pm, Tuesday 2-7pm, Friday 2-5:45pm, Saturday 12:45-4:30pm,
and every other Sunday 9am-12pm.
Mark Tomlinson is a graduate of the Minneapolis School of Massage and Bodywork. He has six years of experience and is licensed and board certified. His specialty is neck, back and shoulder work.
Hours: Every other Tuesday 9am-10am, every other Friday 9am-10am,
and Saturday 12:45-4:30pm