Massage therapy has a long history in most cultures around the world. Today, people use many different types of massage therapy for a variety of health-related purposes. In the United States, massage therapy is often considered part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), although it does have some conventional uses.
Juli Burris, LMT
Juli is the owner of Knead Deep Therapy, and has been practicing massage therapy since 2009. She specializes in deep tissue, myoskeletal massage, prenatal, and over all general relaxation massage. Juli caters each massage individually to each one of her clients.
Find out more about Juli: www.kneaddeeptherapy.com
Gabriel Vydra, LMT
Gabriel specializes in neuromuscular therapeutic massage and is sought after by athletes and those suffering pain from injuries, fatigue, and stress. Muscle “knots” are caused by having a muscle that is fatigued from constant contraction. Neuromuscular therapy focuses specifically on releasing these muscle contractions and deactivating trigger points, which can also alleviate nerve pain such as sciatica, migraines, and even improve posture. He has traveled around the world in an effort to explore how other cultures treat pain and promote wellness. Gabriel brings his varied experiences and his in-depth knowledge of the human body to provide his clients with a holistic treatment approach.
Find out more about Gabriel: www.relaxandrecharge.com