In her early teens, a relative of Maxine was involved in a car accident. She quickly saw how massage became a vital part of this person’s rehabilitation treatment. This led Maxine to become fascinated by the health benefits of massage and how it can truly transform a person’s capabilities, increase range of motion, decrease pain, and impart calmness, relaxation and a positive mindset for a happier, healthier life. Maxine is intrigued by how the body’s systems are connected and the infinite number of modalities she can learn to improve clients’ lives. One important lesson Maxine has learned from massage is being humble enough to know you are doing the right thing, yet encouraged to continually learn.
Maxine graduated with high honors in Anatomy and Physiology from Cortiva in 2010. Since this time, she has mostly practiced alongside a physical therapist, treating clients with a variety of conditions, including but not limited to frozen shoulder, sciatica pain, plantar fasciitis, fibromyalgia and injuries due to car accidents. Maxine’s technique is based on your body’s needs. Typically, she applies medium to firm pressure, focusing on muscular or anatomical needs, followed by stretching (passive range of motion). Maxine customizes her massages by using trigger point therapy, localized hot stones or cupping to alleviate muscle tension and perform myofascial release.
Monday 9:30 am - 2 pm, 4 pm - 8 pm
Friday 9 am - 2 pm
Sunday: 9 am - 1 pm (Available every other Sunday)
(Call to request Sunday availability)
Massage Types Performed: Deep Tissue, Swedish, Couples, Cupping, Hot Stone (localized treatment)
Add on to massage therapy offered:
Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release
Stephanie believes in the healing benefits of massage for the body, mind and spirit. She views massage as a natural and safe way to induce relaxation as well as to help manage physical and emotional stress, from acute to chronic.
Stephanie has extensive training in Swedish and Deep Tissue Therapy. She is also experienced in Level 2 Shiatsu, Pediatric Massage, Compassionate Touch Therapy and Reiki.
Her goal is to help you on your healing journey physically and emotionally through learned techniques and to help you feel your best! She bring years of experience to the table and looks forward to sharing it all with you.
Monday: 1 pm - 6 pm
Tuesday: 3 pm - 8 pm
Thursday: 11 am - 6 pm
Massage Types Performed: Deep Tissue Swedish, Reiki, Thai, Shiatsu
From the young age of 10, Alex developed an interest in the human body through practicing competitive judo. He joined the Junior National Team of Uzbekistan at age 16. The team got weekly rehabilitation massages, leading Alex to recognize the importance of massage for athletes. One year later, he began studying to become a judo coach and sport teacher.
During this time, he also studied general massage and sports massage. After graduation, Alex stayed on to work as a gym instructor and sports facility supervisor. It was then that massage truly became his passion, hobby and second source of income. With a wide range of classes under his belt, including 1000 hours of medical massage, Thai yoga massage, hot stone massage, deep tissue massage and anmo, Alex is uniquely equipped to serve his clients using a signature massage he has developed from what he feels to be his most effective techniques.
As Alex puts it, “Not only athletes need regular massages. Everyone does because of excessive sitting, poor posture, lifestyle and ergonomics.” He has found that massage can improve everyone’s life, enabling them to continue working productively. “Massage is not a luxury, but a necessity. I have had many jobs, but massage has a special place in my heart because it inspires and satisfies me when I help to facilitate healing through multiple therapies.” And thanks to his background in athletics and physical education, Alex has a head start when it comes to seeing the big picture: “This enables me to take a more holistic, full-body approach to improve my clients’ lives by giving them tips for a healthy lifestyle.”
Wednesday: 9 am - 1 pm
Thursday 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 9 am - 1 pm (Available every other Saturday)
(Call to request Saturday availability)
Massage Types Performed: Deep Tissue,Swedish, Sports, Thai, Pregnancy, Couples
Add on to massage therapy offered: (Reflexology, Trigger Point Therapy)
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Meredith was originally drawn to massage as a means to relieve people’s suffering. While working as a medical assistant and Certified Nursing Assistant, she realized that drugs aren’t always the answer, and began massaging her patients’ hands, heads and backs. With her intuitive and compassionate gift, she was able to impart relaxation and pain relief. What Meredith likes most about massage is the opportunity to work with different clients, the chance to become a better healer, the spiritual connection, the trust her clients place in her and the joy she experiences in working with them. In addition, she has found that healing others is often a two-way healing process – in giving she also receives, which is what makes this such an enriching career for her. As she puts it, “11 years later, here I am: an LMT, and loving every bit of it!” During her years as an LMT, Meredith has learned to come to peace, be a good listener, be kind and tune in to the body and listen to the muscles. She sees each client as an individual, and because of this she never stops learning. She is honored when clients partner with her on their road to healing. Meredith offers a wide range of modalities, including deep tissue, Swedish, hot stone, hydrotherapy, prenatal massage, craniosacral therapy, myofascial release and sciatic relief. Looking forward, she is excited to gain training in other modalities such as cupping, Thai massage and more.
Tuesday: 9 am - 6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am - 6 pm
Thursday: 9 am - 4 pm
Saturday: 9 am - 1 pm
Massage Types Performed: Deep Tissue, Swedish, Pregnancy, Hot Stone, Thermo Therapy, Couples
Donna began her healing career as a personal trainer and obtained her Bachelor’s in Kinesiology from West Chester University. An athlete her whole life, fitness was her passion from an early age, inspiring her to help and educate people how to acquire and maintain a healthy lifestyle. As she puts it, “You are only given one body; treat it right!” As a personal trainer, her clients were seeing great results in their fitness goals. However, many of them would come to her a few days later, expressing muscle soreness and wanting to know what they could do to relieve this other than stretching.
Donna remembered how as a two-sport collegiate athlete (field hockey/softball) she first turned to massage to help her body prepare and recuperate before and after her games. Consequently, she decided to turn to massage herself to help her clients live pain-free lives. Donna feels that “this is by far the best decision I have ever made”. Donna now enjoys teaching young athletes the importance of taking care of their bodies and the benefits massage has on their performance.
Donna’s approach to massage is both intuitive and clinical. With a gentle yet deep touch, she specializes in techniques such as deep tissue, corrective massage, sports massage, Swedish massage and myofascial release to develop, maintain and rehabilitate the physical function of the body. In an age of technical and, at times, impersonal medicine, Donna believes that massage offers a drug-free, non-invasive and humanistic approach based on the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
Tuesday: 9 am - 3 pm
Wednesday: 9 am - 6 pm
Thursday: 9 am - 3 pm
Friday: 10 am - 6 pm
Saturday 9 am - 1 pm (Available every other Saturday)(Call to request Saturday availability)
Massage Types Performed: Deep Tissue, Swedish, Sports, Pregnancy, Cupping, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Hot Stone, Thermo Therapy, Couples
Add on to massage therapy offered: (Reflexology, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy)