Lisa Zamora, LMT
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Integrated therapeutic massage focuses on pain relief and stress management by blending manual techniques to provide a custom fit massage experience. Lisa is a licensed massage therapist and certified medical massage practitioner with more than 30 years experience in the bodywork profession. I'm very pleased I scheduled an appointment. I have acute back and neck pain from being an electrician for over 2 decades.

Relief, finally. I also really appreciated how she didn't nickel and dime me for add on services like cbd cream, essential oil, and hot pack.

read more › Swedish Massage - This traditional massage uses long fluid strokes that focus on the topmost layers of muscle tissue. It is exceptionally beneficial for increasing oxygen and blood flow, releasing muscular tension and improving flexibility while providing complete relaxation. Deep Tissue & Trigger Point Therapy - A firm pressure therapeutic massage. Helps in alleviating pain, muscle spasms, stress, inflammation and tissue damage. Great for anyone with soft tissue problems that produce discomfort, restriction of movement and radiating pain.

read more › Every client has unique challenges and preferences. Through listening to the body and thoughtful communication, Lisa uses a blended approach of deep tissue and trigger point release that is heavily influenced by the flow style of Swedish massage. Her goal is to provide a massage experience that is both therapeutic and deeply relaxing. Lisa has been a practicing massage therapist for more than 30 years. Her journey began as a chiropractic assistant in the mid 80's. Amazed with the healing strength of massage and bodywork on patients suffering with chronic / injury related pain, she was inspired to continue on this path.

read more › Massage Therapy is based on the ability of the body to naturally heal itself and can help ease or prevent many common ailments that are often treated with prescription medications. Every life experience you are involved in, your body has a response: sleeping, driving, exercising, working and stress, to name a few. We all have busy lives and sometimes it's hard to step back and focus on taking care of ourselves, until we hurt.

read more › First visits should arrive 10 minutes prior to treatment to allow time for an initial health assessment. It is preferable that the area receiving treatment is undressed however, you should undress to your level of comfort. A sheet (and blanket if requested) will drape you at all times with only the area being worked on exposed. Always drink plenty of water after your massage to encourage the removal of waste products that therapy has released. This is your time to relax and reap all the benefits that massage has to offer.

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