Chris became a licensed massage therapist since 2007 and has been practicing ever since.
After 10 years as a therapist with RFC, she took on an administrative role as Senior Massage Coordinator to help oversee the massage side of operations. Chris is the person to see if you have questions or concerns about a therapist or scheduling.
Lisa blends a variety of techniques to customize her massage for each client. Techniques include deep tissue, neuromuscular, myofascial release, TMJ, light touch, cranial sacral, pregnancy massage, and stretching.
In her 34 years as massage therapist, Lisa has learned to listen to clients and empower them with knowledge. Educating and involving clients with their care can encourage their success. Homework may consist of stretches, postural awareness, an evaluation of their computer ergonomics, learning when to use heat vs cold, and how to enjoy an epson salt soak.
Lisa and her husband keep busy training their rescued dogs. She enjoys traveling, adventure, sailing, skiing, and kayaking.
A 2007 graduate of Georgia Medical Institute, Lavette specializes in Swedish massage, firm massage, and neuromuscular therapy.
Rubecca graduated from The Core Institute School of Somatic therapy in 2011. As a licensed massage therapist, she specializes in CORE Myofascial Therapy, CORE sports & performance bodywork, CORE structural integration, sports massage, neuromuscular therapy (NMT), deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, cupping, and MET.
Rubecca has taken specific courses in medical massage and studied myokinesthetics with Dr. Michael Uriarte. She has also studied pre and post-natal massage, post-surgical massage, frozen shoulder, and sports-related injuries
Chad is an experienced Professional Licensed Massage Therapist in the States of Missouri and Georgia.
Nationally certified and a member of the ABMP Massage Association, Chad started Massage School in 2006 at Missouri College. His fourteen years of experience has provided valuable knowledge in the areas of trigger point work, hot stones, deep tissues, Swedish massage, prenatal massage, sports massage, medical therapeutic massage (including lymph drainage), myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and reflexology.
Chad also possesses excellent communications skills and the ability to interact with individuals at all levels. Familiar with the importance of responding to clients’ needs, Chad helps people to relax and enjoy respite from everyday stress.
Chad believes massage is one of the best forms of wellness care for improving physical and mental health. He has always been a hard worker with a great imagination and a sense of humor. To Chad, communication is one of the most important tools when providing massage because it gives you the ability to care and listen to the needs of others.
He also believes continuing education helps massage therapists treat their clients and expand their skills.
Charlene has practiced as a Licensed Massage Therapist in the state of Georgia since 2012. She enjoys helping all her clients by applying an array of different techniques.
She aims to customize every massage session based on the concerns and issues of her clients. Using her knowledge in multiple massage modalities, including deep tissue and Swedish, Charlene applies a combination that provides the best result for each client. Helping people has always been a passion of hers, and massage therapy has been the perfect fit.
Tom graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy in Salt Lake City in 2002. His modalities include injury massage, Russian sports massage, deep tissue massage, and trigger point therapy.
Tom is a therapeutic therapist who specializes in helping people to recover from injuries such as muscle strains and sprains, whiplash, rotator cuff injuries, neck or lower back pain, sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, golfers and tennis elbow, and more. He also specializes in recovery from surgery including spinal fusion, joint repair and replacement,and similar procedures to correct chronic pain that develops as a result of soft tissue damage and the loss of range of motion.
Randi is a 2009 graduate of ASHA School of Massage. With over a decade of experience, she continues to pursue further education to expand her healing practice. Randi is certified in Neuromuscular Therapy, Swedish relaxation, and clinical sports massage, and provides a wide range of other modalities, including trigger point therapy, myofascial release, and stretch techniques. She also performs reflexology, energy work, and is a reiki practitioner. She specializes in pain management, injury rehabilitation, post-surgical recovery, migraine relief, and stress management.
Randi’s interest in massage therapy began in childhood, when she noticed that her hands would get unusually warm as she touched people. This observation touched off a lifelong passion, and she has been cultivating her craft ever since. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, festivals, and being outdoors as often as possible, hiking or kayaking with her husband and son.
Lucretia blends a variety of modalities to customize each session for each client. Techniques include Deep Tissue, Swedish, Facilitated PNF stretching, Manual Resistance Stretching, Prenatal Massage, Reflexology, Sports Massage and Manual Lymphatic Drainage.
Lucretia believes massage should be a part of everybody’s healthcare regimen and should be done on a regular basis.