Massage Therapy


Massage TherapyResearch studies show that some of the benefits of therapeutic massage are:

  • Decreases stress
  • Increases blood circulation and lymph flow
  • Reduces heart rate
  • Improves ranges of motion
  • Relieves muscle tension and stiffness
  • Improves posture
  • Decreases anxiety
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Faster recovery from accidents and sports injuries
  • Boosts your immune system
  • Massage therapy works extremely well in tandem with your chiropractic and other health related services.
  • Massage therapy can improve posture by allowing the body to reinforce healthy and natural movements.
  • Many aches and pains are due to poor posture. Poor posture can increase body stress and breakdown.
  • Massage therapy helps you relax, realign and rejuvenate.

After a massage, don’t be surprised if you are a little sore. Soft tissue has been manipulated and stretched. Make sure to drink water after a massage, for it will help flush out the toxins.

Sessions are available in 30, 60 and 90 minute appointments, and most therapeutic massage is covered by health insurance. We also have private pay rates and wellness memberships available. DON’T WAIT ANOTHER DAY, SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY!

Meet our Massage Therapists

 

Natalie Turney, LMP

Natalie Turney, LMP
Balancing mind, body, movement, and breath

Natalie masterfully draws from a variety of modalities to give each client what is needed to improve his/her current physical state. Natalie’s method for bodywork is treatment-oriented and includes (and is not limited to):

  • Myofascial and Connective Tissue Release
  • Muscle Energy Techniques
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Deep Tissue Techniques
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • A variety of PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitative) Stretching
  • Cupping
  • Zero-Point Wanding
  • Chakra Rebalancing
  • Use of premium Essential Oils

These modalities give her Western-Allopathic therapeutic massages an Eastern-Holistic quality. In 1983, Natalie was introduced to therapeutic massage. While living in Arizona, she attended Phoenix Therapeutic Massage College. Sustaining a perfect academic score in their program, she was one of only a handful of students invited to work on cadavers at ASU in their medical school. It was a life-changing experience! She was sold out to helping people feel their utmost best while living in their bodies on this planet. While working in Arizona, she was nationally certified as a licensed massage therapist. She devoted her free time to participating in local health fairs and healthcare events; sharing the benefits of massage on healing/balancing the human body. Moving back to Seattle in 1996, she tested out of the highly reputable Brenneke School of Massage to attain her Washington state license as a licensed massage practitioner. Considered a medical massage therapist, she is highly effective at treating injuries to the head/neck, shoulders, and low back. Arm/ elbow and leg/knee muscle conditions are relieved with her massage treatments. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Sciatica, and TMJ dysfunction are some of the specialized areas she has been trained to treat.

Having given thousands of massages over the last three decades, Natalie values educating her clients on how each can support their unique rehabilitation. She offers breathing/stretching routines and other self-care actions. The use of ice/heat and Kinesiology Tape often foster shorter healing times. With compassion and deftness, she encourages her clients to be active participants in their healing journeys.

Whether it’s an acute injury or it’s a chronic problem, Natalie has great success in calming the body down and alleviating painful conditions. Her goal is to provide the best results possible in the time she is given and to promote long-term wellbeing.

Nicholas Pennacchi, LMT

Nick Pennacchi, LMT
Nicholas has massage training in the following modalities:

  • Swedish
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Deep Tissue Techniques
  • Injury Massage

He was born in Seattle Swedish Hospital. Jack LaLanne was his childhood role model. In 2000, he graduated from Renton Technical College. Clients often provide feedback that that his massage treatment is the best they have ever received. Nick works with many patients after auto injury, sports injury, work injury and for general pain relief.

He believes that Massage Therapy is salubrious for the eleven organ systems of the body; digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, skeletal, nervous, reproductive, endocrine, muscular, immune, excretory, integumentary and it hastens the recovery process by reducing inflammation & increasing range of motion.

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” ― Benjamin Franklin

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