AT Certification
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Tracy Campbell

Professional Therapeutic Massage

(314) 497-5831








Deep Tissue Massage

Relaxes the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas.


Swedish Massage

Uses a system of long strokes, kneading and friction techniques on the more superficial layers of the muscles, combined with active and passive movements of the joints.


Trigger Point Therapy

Applies concentrated finger pressure to “trigger points” which are painful, irritated areas in muscles, in order to break the cycle of spasm and pain.


Hot Stone Massage

Specialty message that uses smooth, heated stones. The heat helps tight muscles release.


Reflexology (Zone Therapy)

Is organized around a system of points on the hands and feet that are thought to correspond or “reflex” to all areas of the body.



is a form of soft tissue therapy intended for pain relief, increasing range of motion and balancing the body. Techniques include manual massage for stretching the fascia and releasing bonds between fascia, integument, muscles, and bones are applied.



Message that is aided with the art of healing using different aromas made from concentrated extracts of herbs, flowers, shrubs and other plants.


Herbal Consultant

Learn how to improve quality of life with natural, herbal remedies.



Benefits of Massage

· Massage opens up blood vessels, improving circulation and relieving congestion.

· Massage acts as a mechanical cleanser-pushing along the elimination of wastes and toxic debris

· Massage improves the general circulation and nutrition of  tissues.

· Massage relieves many of the normal discomforts such as backaches, a stiff neck, leg cramps.

· Massage can help relieve depression or anxiety caused by hormonal changes in the body.

· Massage stretches connective tissue, improves its circulation and nutrition.


What to Expect


· You will discuss with the therapist areas of complaint and your goals for the session.

· We will address your specific needs.



· You will have privacy to  disrobe and cover yourself with a sheet; the sheet will properly cover you throughout the session.


Relax and Enjoy

· Let go

· Focus on breathing deeply

· Do not feel the need to talk or initiate conversation.



· Please inform the therapist to adjust the pressure or focus differently when needed.


Drink Water

· It is important to drink plenty of water after the session, as it flushes out toxins released from the massage.


Potential Soreness

· After a deep massage, you may feel some soreness;  therefore, drink water and   gently stretch to minimize.

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