Zen Soma Massage & Wellness Center
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At Zen Soma Massage and Wellness Center we are all independent contractors with our own specialties in which we are able to pay attention to your personal needs. Since we are all independent contractors renting space at Zen Soma massage, we ask that you direct any questions or concerns specifically to the therapist you wish to work with or have been seeing.

A Florida transplant from Louisville Kentucky. She began her career in massage therapy after seeking out alternative therapy for herself. She has a passion for the healing power of massage. Having worked with the University of Louisville's sports complex, she is well versed in deep tissue and sports massage. I believe that my strength as a massage therapist is to be able to provide deep pressure with a gentle touch.

I have come to believe that relaxation is the best medicine for healing the mind and the body. It is when the body is in a state of relaxation a balance is created enabling a positive change to take place. My job is to find the target areas that need attention and apply the best pressure and techniques to obtain an ideal state of healing.

read more › For ease of booking and quicker response Please call or text the Therapist of your choice, directly for the Service you seek. Contacts numbers are listed in the margin to the right. A Swedish relaxation massage for our expectant moms, in their 2nd or 3rd trimester, done side-line and on your back with all the pillows, bolsters and support you need. Deep Tissue Massage utilizes medium to deep pressure with concentration on 1 to 2 specific areas of concern. Entails medium to deep pressure, Trigger point application with guided breathing to concentration on 2 or 3 areas the client feels needs extra attention.

read more › Massage is defined by Mirriam Webster as: : manipulation of tissues (as by rubbing, kneading, or tapping) with the hand or an instrument for therapeutic purposes. In the West, basic training for massage therapists is in Swedish massage, which combines a variety of techniques such as effleurage (gliding strokes), petrissage (kneading), friction, and tapotement (light percussion). Other massage modalities, typically learned through continuing education instructors, may encompass some, most, or all of the basic techniques, or draw on other skill sets.

read more › A typical massage therapy session is between 40 and 90 minutes (15 to 20 minutes for chair massage). Your massage will begin with a brief consultation and review of symptoms, medical history, and lifestyle. During your first exam, your massage therapist will spend time getting to know you and your health concerns. You may be asked a wide range of questions about your symptoms, eating, exercise, sleep habits, emotional states and anything that may offer insight into your health. A Medical History and Questionnaire - the medical questions should cover physical contraindications to massage include infectious diseases, blood clotting issues or recent surgeries and injuries.

read more › Some common questions about massage therapy and bodyworks are answered below. Call us if you have other questions or if you are interested in improving your quality of life through massage and other therapy treatments. A Massage Therapist is in one of the fast-growing healthcare professions. For many years, massage therapy was virtually an unknown practice, even considered therapy for spiritual healing. In recent years, public interest has grown. Many insurance companies and healthcare services have started to recognize the benefits of skilled practitioners.

read more › In order for the massage therapist and the client relationship to work properly, clear communication is necessary. If the client has any medical conditions, recent injuries or surgeries, or regular medications, the massage therapist needs to be informed prior to the massage treatment. Below is a list of conditions that you should make your massage therapist aware of immediately. In doing so, you are ensuring your safety and providing the massage therapist with valuable information that will allow them to provide you with safe, effective massage care.

read more › The healing techniques of Thai Yoga Therapy combines acupressure, energy work, stretching, joint mobilization and a series of assisted yoga postures to unblock the major energy channels in the body which we in the West have come to know as tension and knotted muscles and is referred to in India as "sen" lines. In this unique healing system of Thai Yoga Massage the client lies passively on a mat on the floor in comfortable clothing (usually yoga pants or gym pants and a t-shirt) and the practitioner moves the client's body through a series of yoga postures.

read more › Cupping is one of the few, if not the only manual therapy treatment that lifts, separate, mobilizes while decompressing the tissue rather then compressing it. Traditional cupping has been around for over 3000 years. The earliest written record of its use can be linked as far back as 1500 BC by the Egyptians and is widely used in China and all over the world. We use the newer style of cups that are plastic poly carbonate with a pump attachment to create suction. We also use hand held rubber silicone cups that can be squeezed to create a gentle suction for the back and face.

read more › Medical research shows that Yoga as therapy is among the most effective complementary therapies for many ailments in which clients benefit especially for many chronic conditions that persist despite conventional medical treatment. Please scroll down to practitioner who provides the service you are interested in and contact them directly for appointment.

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