A great massage can relax the mind, renew the body, and revive the spirit. When you combine a great massage with a wonderful therapist, your benefits are multiplied because they have taken the time to listen to you and the needs of your body. Our massage therapists are intuitive, holistically-minded, generous with their time and talents, and wise in the art of healing both mind and body. Each therapist possesses their own style and rhythm of massage, but the outcome is the same. When our clients leave the spa, they feel at peace with themselves.
We all know that massage therapy reduces pain, muscles tension, and stress. The Mayo Clinic reports that massage may also be helpful for :
- Digestive disorders
- Insomnia related to stress
- Myofascial pain syndrome
- Soft tissue strains or injuries
- Sports injuries
- Temporomandibular joint pain
Let’s take a moment to get to know our massage therapists:
Danielle studied massage therapy at the Cohutta Healing Arts Institute. She joined Practically Perfect Day Spa in December 2015 as a master cosmetologist and massage therapist. Her friendly spirit was right at home with us.
Chelsey graduated from Atlanta School of Massage in 2012. During the past several years, she focused her work in medical massage. She specializes in hot stone, Thai, sports, Swedish, therapeutic, scrubs, and is in the process to update her pre-natal certification. She love what she does and hopes that you, the recipient, will feel the same way once you have received a massage.
Amanda went to Touch for Healing, Reiki School of Massage in Jasper. She specializes in Reflexology, Relaxation Massage, and Sinus Relief Pressure. She feels most at home ensuring client’s health and happiness with her skills as a massage therapist.
Melanie Freeborn graduated from the Atlanta School of Massage in 2002. She was trained in an integrative therapy that incorporates a variety of massage techniques such as Neuromuscular , Deep Tissue, Swedish, and PNF stretching. Each massage session is customized to best meet the needs and wellness goals of each client.
Tracy first graduated from the University of Georgia with her BS Ed. in Health Education, and she formerly taught High School Health Education. In 2006, she graduated from Career Education Institute with her degree in Massage Therapy. She is trained in various modalities of Massage Therapy, including Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Specialized Massage techniques including Athletic/Sports Massage, Prenatal Massage, Reflexology, Trigger-Point Therapy, Neuro-Muscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Head & Neck Lymphatic Drainage, Lypossage, TMJ Massage Treatment, Chair Massage, Aromatherapy, and Spa Services. She also has training and experience in Food-Based Healing. One might describe Tracy as a Total Wellness Advocate, as she understands how so many parts must come together to allow the person to experience wholeness and Total Wellness. One of her main goals in life is to help others improve and enhance their lives and help them reach their goals.
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