Michelle has been a Licensed Massage Therapist -LMT, since 2007. Her love for massage dates back to her childhood when she used to massage her mother’s feet after a long night of country western dancing. Between undergrad and graduate school, Michelle decided to make her dreams of becoming a massage therapist a reality and has enjoyed the path massage therapy has taken her. Her specialty is deep tissue and has worked with college football players and marathon runners throughout her career. Michelle firmly believes in the benefits of massage not only from a physical standpoint, but also when it comes to mental wellbeing. When the mind is stressed and cannot find release, the symptoms become physical through aches and pains. Massage therapy helps relieves these aches and pains through various skin manipulating techniques. These techniques release endorphin’s allowing the mind to finally find peace.
60 minute Swedish – $60
Swedish massage is more for relaxation purposes with the use of long flowing strokes. Pressure can range from light to firm.
60 minute Deep Tissue – $65
Deep tissue is more for specific issues like back and shoulder pain. At times the pressure can be considered painful, but the reward is relief. If you have not had a massage before, do not schedule a deep tissue as your introduction to massage.
60 minute Prenatal – $65
Prenatal massage is for pregnant women over the 14 week mark of their pregnancy. Firm and flowing strokes are combined to help mothers get through the aches that pregnancy bring.
20 minute Reflexology – $30
Reflexology believes that all the organs can be found on the bottom of a person’s foot. Various techniques are used to help release any tensions these organs have bringing peace with a person’s body. And, it’s a really good foot massage. It has been known to help those with stomach and digestive issues.
Aromatherapy – $10
You can add aromatherapy to your massage. These essential oils are added to the massage cream and tailored to your specific needs at the time. It is great for sinus issues, headaches, and wanting to feel calm. Essential oil choices – lavender chamomile, eucalyptus spearmint, eucalyptus, ginger mandarin, lavender vanilla, grapefruit, and bergamot mandarin. Whatever lotion is not used will given to you in as a gift.
All sessions are tailored to the client’s specific needs.
First time clients will get free aromatherapy with their session.
- Gift certificates are available.
- Sessions are available by appointment only. Please call or text 254.218.5848 to schedule an appointment.
- Cash or Check only
Service dog/Emotional Support Animal
- Counseling Solutions has a service dog/ESA dog advocate to help you with any questions you may have about having a service dog or ESA. Our advocate will help you figure out if you need a service dog or ESA, go over the requirements and processes of having each, as well as, how daily life may change, and how, once you have your service dog or ESA.
- A huge defining factor distinguishes a service dog from an ESA is that dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the American Disability Act (ADA).
- Service dogs are working animals, not pets. The work or task a dog has been trained to provide must by directly related to the person’s disability.
- Please do not try to pass your pet off as a service animal. Fake service dogs can hurt the reputation and acceptance of valid service dogs and the people who truly need those dogs to assist them.
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