Massage therapy increases circulation, bloody supply, and nutrition to the body's muscles. Critical to any sports or exercise program, massage therapy helps circulate more oxygen throughout the body. Muscles that have optimum circulation are less susceptible to injury. In addition, massage therapy can compensate, in part, for a lack of exercise and muscular contraction.
MEET OUR SPECIALISTS
Marcy is a 1996 graduate of the Health Choices Center for the Healing Arts in Princeton, New Jersey. Her massage practice encompasses the body, mind, and spirit connections. By integrating many modalities of body work, Marcy's intention is to cater the massage to the client's needs and wants. She is truly blessed to be able to use her talent and intuition to positively impact the lives of others. When she is not massaging, Marcy enjoys taking spending time with friends, her son & daughter and dog Oliver.
Rebecca graduated from the Milwaukee School of Massage in 2013, and is certified in Lomi Lomi, yoga instruction, and Reiki. Prior to specializing in massage therapy, she enjoyed work as a stay-at-home mom, yoga instructor, and "jill of all trades". Rebecca specializes in conscious massage: working in union with the physical, mental, emotional, and energy bodies. She loves being with her clients, and also enjoys hiking and camping with family and friends. Visit her website at www.rebeccadevogel.com.
Kristen is a graduate of Aveda Institute of Beauty and Wellness. Her approach is one of combining deep relaxation with therapeutic results. She understands that every person has unique challenges and preferences, and prides herself in being able to hone into the needs of each individual. She integrates a variety of modalities in the session such as myofascial release, acupressure, trigger point therapy, Swedish, deep tissue massage, and stretching to promote pain and tension relief. Kristen enjoys working with clients who want to overcome on-going muscular pain and soreness in order to live happier, healthier lives. When Kristen is not in the massage room you may see her smiley face helping out at the front desk. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, biking, reading and competing in Latin style dancing.
Karen graduated the Lakeside School of Massage Therapy in 1988 prior to completing a degree in Occupational Therapy from UW-Milwaukee in 1997. She has taken additional coursework in muscle sculpting, cranial sacral therapy, and biomechanics. Along with her practice at Jensen Health, Karen works as an occupational therapist at St. Luke's South Shore. She resides with her husband in their lakeside home with four cats. Karen has been a Big Sister to a young man for over 18 years, and enjoys learning, cooking, and swimming.