Christine McQuillen uses integrative massage, a combination of deep tissue, neuromuscular, joint range of motion techniques and myofascial release to facilitate positive changes in people's lives. Her therapeutic massage will help reduce stress, increase range of motion, reduce pain in muscles and joints, and improve function and posture.
Stefan Paulsson is from Sweden, and was schooled and trained at the prestigious Axelsons School of Healing Arts in Stockholm, Sweden. He has over 25 years of experience as a massage therapist. Stefan specializes in modern Swedish Massage techniques along with Soft Tissue Release, Cranio Sacral, and Sports Stretching.
Caila Booth is a Licensed Massage Therapist, who studied massage at Sheridan College, Sheridan Wyoming. With five years in the field, she has worked in a wide variety of environments including five star spas, chiropractic offices and even a luxury dude ranch in the heart of the Big Horn Mountains. Caila uses a combination of Swedish relaxation with deep tissue and sports massage techniques to personalize an hour to two hour long massage to fit nearly anyone's specific needs. As a runner, she understands physical pain from exercise and what a relief massage can be by decreasing pain to increase performance and overall health.
Susanna Kallenbach graduated from Colorado School of Healing Arts in 1998, and has over 20 years of experience in Massage Therapy. Having working with chiropractors for ten years, she gained experience in injury work and sports massage. Her intention is to provide a unique and personalized massage for each client.
Susanna strives to provide muscle release, increased range of motion, decreased pain and tightness, and deep relaxation by using various modalities such as myofascial release, deep tissue, medical massage, cupping, sports massage with stretching techniques, Swedish, and Healing Touch. It is her goal to empower each client with knowledge and practical application of sustaining a healthy musculature while offering options to obtain that goal.
Susanna believes that as we become more aware of the body/mind connection, we can implement daily habits to help ourselves maintain a more relaxed and less stressed body. In a world of increasing technology use and increased stress levels, Massage Therapy is a very important piece of maintaining good health.