A therapeutic massage I adjust different modalities to suit your ailments throughout the massage. I use different deep tissue techniques including trigger point therapy and myofascial release while occasionally implementing relaxation strokes. I work specific areas where you are feeling discomfort or full body.
Relaxation massage is exactly as it sounds. This massage is good for when you are struggling with insomnia or feeling stressed and need to turn off your mind and float away. This is simply to take you to an optimal parasympathetic state.
Joint Mobilization is assisted stretching and compressions in areas of tightness and immobility. It is a less invasive type of massage and one can be fully clothed during a session. If you book this type of massage and wish to stay in your clothes please wear loose or stretchy clothing.
KAITLYN TROYER LMT
Welcome and thank you for your interest in learning more about me and my therapeutic services. I fell in love with massage at the very first thought of becoming a massage therapist and have enjoyed every moment of massage since. This is why I decided to dive into my own practice so I can learn more about massage through my clients. Before my own practice I worked at Restorative Massage Therapy where I learned a variety of skills from the talented therapists who practice there.
My passion for massage began when I gave light back rubs to a family member to help her sleep and ease the pain and symptoms of chemotherapy treatments. I was amazed at the way it relaxed not only her but myself as well. Soon after, I began my formal training at Cedar Stone School of Massage and further developed my understanding of the healing and therapeutic power of massage therapy. I am specialized in deep tissue, swedish, general therapeutic, shiatsu, myofascial release and especially have a passion for trigger point release. Through these modalities my goal is to create balance and positivity in the body by relieving stress and anxiety, reducing pain, and improving sleep. Or simply to understand your aches so I can adjust the modalities to best help alleviate pain.
I require a 24 hour notice to cancel your massage. If it is less than 24 hours you will be charged a fee of half the price for the massage you booked. This means that in order to book a massage a credit card is required.