Molly Crow Gorup is an experienced massage therapist who enjoys helping people improve their quality of life through massage. Whether massage is used for relaxation, pain relief, or increased mobility, she believes it's an important part of any health routine. Molly is certified in prenatal massage and also enjoys working with athletes who need focused work on specific areas of the body. She works with many clients who are runners and triathletes with tight IT bands and calf muscles. Molly gives and excellent deep tissue massage but is also able to adjust pressure to make sure clients are getting the massage that is best for them. If you're planning to make massage a part of your self care routine, Molly is happy to help.
Jordan graduated from the University of Spa and Massage Therapy. Her specialties are neck, back and shoulders. She can perform Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, prenatal, as well as, lymphatic massages. She enjoys focusing on specific areas of the body to progress her clients recovery as much as possible during each session. She has been a massage therapist for 5 years now but enjoys taking cores to learning and growing in her profession.
Mike received his massage license from USCA here in Springfield in 2013. He is now an instructor at USMT teaching Kinesiology to massage students and has recently completed his degree in Business Administration at UIS. He became a therapist to help others in the community that suffer from pain, stress and fatigue. He enjoys helping others overcome injuries, medical conditions, recovering after strenuous exercise or even a long weekend of yard work. Relief is accomplished through deep tissue massage, trigger point work, sports massages, stretching, myofascial work and joint manipulation. By adjusting each massage to the individual's needs, no massage is ever the same. The majority of Mike's continued education has focused on muscle function and exercise science. When he is not at work, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, both indoors playing board games or outdoors playing sports, camping, hiking, and biking. Mike is an Eagle Scout and aspires to becoming a physical therapist. In the future, he also hopes to open his own gym with a focus on maintaining health and wellness through exercise, nutrition and massage therapy.
Vincent received his massage license from USCA here in Springfield last November. He specializes in deep tissue and focus work. He views the body as a puzzle, pin pointing which muscles are the cause of the problem. He also specializes in therapeutic and relaxation massage. In his free time he enjoys spending time with friends and family, watching movies, reading, playing video games, and is a huge fan of stand up comedy. His goal in the future is to be a business owner. He envisions opening a float center that has sensory deprivation tanks, massage, and sauna.
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