Michelle graduated in 1996 from Utah College of Massage Therapy. She has a Bachelors in Science and holds the highest certification available and is board certified with the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She has experience working in a spa setting, with chiropractors, athletes, and private practice.
Michelle knows the importance in tailoring each massage to each client's specific needs. She continues to set the goal of having each client say at the end of their massage session “that was the best one yet!”
She has extensive experience treating clients with chronic pain, TMJ, tight muscles in the back, neck and shoulders, headaches and repetitive use injuries (work, sports). Her massage techniques focus on releasing the tight areas through the use of deep tissue, myofascial release, stretching, swedish, Muscle Release Technique, and ashiatsu oriental bar therapy. Michelle continues to educate herself on a daily basis and is a believer in the importance of regular massage to promote overall wellness.
I am passionate about ear coning. I was personally introduced to ear coning by my herbalist because I was having trouble with sinus and ear issues. My first session I was absolutely amazed at the tremendous about of wax build up that came out of the cone especially with my left ear. I was able to hear better and my pressure in my ear due to sinus drainage improved dramatically. I have my own ears coned every four months and it has made a huge difference. I haven’t had a head cold with my ears plugged up in almost two years.
My husband felt like he was under water with his ears and couldn’t hear. After three ear conings, he could hear again and the ear drum was no longer red anymore.