Massage Is Not a Luxury

Sure, massage can (and should!) feel amazing, ease tight, sore muscles and help us relax. But did you also know that massage can help fight off disease, enhance creativity and reduce depression and fear? Here are some other things massage therapy can do...


  • Ease Medication Dependence
  • Improve Mood
  • Reduce Fatigue and Enhance Sleep Quality
  • Improve Concentration
  • Increase Body Awareness
  • Increase Joint Flexibility
  • Reduce Muscle Spasms and Cramping
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • ​Lessen PMS Symptoms


Increase the Benefits with More Frequent Visits!

​Experts estimate that upwards of 90% of disease is stress-related. Used regularly as simply a stress-relieving tool, massage is an extremely powerful and cost-effective way to enhance your healthcare regimen.  


Budgeting time and money for consistent bodywork is an investment in your health. Massage can play a significant role in how healthy you'll be and how youthful you will remain with each passing year.


​Lisa Hinton, L.M.T.

I have been practicing massage since 2008 and I am licensed in the states of Illinois, Ohio and Texas as well as nationally certified by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). My experience spans from the relaxing spa environment to training with and working alongside Chiropractors, Physical Therapists and Rolfers.  


My approach to massage involves a unique blend of head and heart that incorporates aspects of Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Structural Integration and Active Release Techniques as well as intuition and energy work. 


As a lifelong student of massage and wellness, I love teaching my clients the value of massage and self-care and how it facilitates greater body awareness and contributes significantly to overall health and well-being. I would love to be a part of your healthy lifestyle.


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