Massage Therapists at Lakeside Massage Studio in Lake Stevens WA
Shannon Crossman / Owner,is a graduate of Spectrum Center School of Massage located in old downtown Lake Stevens. Having lived in Hawaii for 6 years she became in tune with natural ways of living healthy and taking care of ones body. Seeking out massage as a profession, she couldn't be happier. Shannon is especially known for her deep tissue massage, including Ashiatsu (barefoot massage)& cupping therapy, but includes and isn't limited to relaxation, sports therapy, clinical treatments, pregnancy massage, hot stone therapy, Reiki and trigger point techniques to name a few. Her goals are to heal the community one massage at a time. Shannon is a powerful believer of healing the body naturally, the power of touch goes a long way. "I have seen too many cures happen this way to not be one! Prevention before cure!"
Shannon Crossman LMP email@example.com
Call or text for an appointment - 425.293.5155
Joanie West LMP
In 2006, due to unforeseen circumstances, I had to make a decision as to what I wanted to do with my life. I remember years ago giving people back massages, sometimes up to 2 hours, without breaking a sweat. So when I heard a commercial for Ashmead School of Massage Therapy, I decided to go check it out. I could actually do something I loved AND get paid for it!
Fast forward 44 weeks, 4 days a week, 4 hours a day, (totaling 850 hours) I graduated top honors from Ashmead in August, 2007.
I love that fact that I can make people have a better quality of life through the healing power of touch. I specialize in deep tissue, treatment work and pregnancy massage.
Call today for an appointment! 425-238-7767
Jennifer Koch LMP
Jennifer is licensed massage practitioner in Washington state and is NCMTMB certified. Jennifer graduated with honors from Maui Therapeutic Massage School in 2008 on the beautiful Island of Maui. Her specialty training in Lomi Lomi and therapeutic treatments as well as relaxation massage. She is always interested in prevention of illness and promotion of wellness. She is an avid practitioner of yoga and has a love for running with a half marathon completed in 2008 along with completed Hood to Coast Relay in 2010 and 2011, with hopes to complete another half marathon this spring! "I have a great understanding of what an athlete goes through with training, and what they need to prevent injury!"
Please call me today for an appointment!
Jennifer Koch LMP
Sarah Merickel graduated from Spectrum Center School of Massage in 1997 where she learned the basics including swedish massage, clinical massage techniques and pregnancy massage. Her continuing education curriculum vitae includes the muscle specific technique known as Neuromuscular Therapy for low back, hip, wrist, neck, upper back, carpal tunnel, TMJD (jaw pain) and TOS thoracic outlet syndrome. She has also taken Myofascial Release for back pain, British Sports Massage, Orthopedic Cupping and most recently Craniosacral Therapy I at Bastyr U. Not every massage is a miracle but when I can help take away some pain, increase your ability to move a bit more freely or just give you the space to be and relax... that feels like a miracle to me.
Call for an appointment: 425-268-0981
Patti graduated from Spectrum Center School of Massage in downtown Lake Stevens. A caregiver by nature, she grew up in a very large family with the true understanding that touch heals, and that our energy really matters. She chose a career in Massage Therapy after MVA injuries that were not helped by western medicine lead her to try several alternative therapies. She studied Reiki even before attending massage school as a means to protect and ground herself, eventually coming to Reiki Master level. Other continuing education areas of pursuit after becoming a Licensed Massage Practitioner have included Pre/Post Natal Certification to ensure the absolute comfort in Pregnancy massage during a womans child bearing years, Structural Relief Therapy (a form of treatment work using positional release techniques) for the Head/Neck, Shoulders/Arm/Hand, also Fibromyalgia Treatment, Aromatherapy, Polarity, Chakra Balancing and Warm Bamboo. She enjoys helping others along there path to wellness through relaxation techniques (with the understanding that the body will not heal itself while in a constant state of "fight or flight from the sympathetic nervous system), and treatment work that may sometimes include quiet work, and positional release techniques instead of deep pressure. Believing that every body is unique in its own way and thusly needs to be treated so; each massage is tailored with the intent to create balance and well being. She believes strongly that the body knows how to heal itself when treated correctly with a healthy lifestyle. When she’s not massaging Patti enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, in the wonderful wilderness of the Pacific Northwest.
I have been providing massage for 4 years now. I've taken classes in arthritis treatment, myofascial release and Reiki level one. I love learning about the endless benefits massage and body work can provide.
Guided by natural intuition, I am able to find and release troublesome pressure points while holding a calm energy throughout your treatment.
My goal for your session is to make sure you leave feeling lighter and more balanced in the body and mind.
I have been a licensed massage practitioner for 8 years and a Reiki Master for 2 years. I strongly believe in our body’s natural ability to heal itself. When we are in a state of prolonged relaxation (or a state of allowing), we give our body time to repair, restore, and ultimately return to its natural state of well being. I firmly believe that if we invest in the essential care of our bodies we can live a life full of vitality and vigor.
Paula Silver LMP Call or text for your appointment today 425-315-3201
Hi my name is Amber. I have been reading up about massage for about 7 years now. My old manager was a Massage therapist and she would rave about a massage (then i had never had one before) I was a little nervous about receiving a massage. I had the worries about i am not the skinniest person, the massage therapist might judge me, and the thought of a random person i didn't know know rubbing on me was a little weird. I went for a massage even though i had these nervous thoughts running in my head and after my session, I LOVE IT. I knew i would be a client for life receiving massages. I did not know I wanted to be a Massage Therapist until i had my son, about 7 year ago now. I had a emergency c-section and my baby boy came out not breathing and some other complications. He was in little baby incubator for about 72 hours. I started to really read about the power of touch. I had found out that Touch is the first of the senses to develop in the human infant, and it remains perhaps the most emotionally central throughout our lives. I started to do baby massages for my son. I know this helped him get better and grow so strong. Right then is when I knew that i wanted to be a Massage Therapist and i wanted to help people. Massage therapy is not just a person rubbing on you, when i massage i see the muscles, how they are stuck and how i can release the tension. I look at a massage the way a Doctor treats their patients. There are many different massages you can receive. I have taken extra classes in Pregnancy massages. I am able to do Hot stone massage, fire cupping, deep tissue, aromatherapy and relaxation.
Call or text 206-291-8554