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Your body is your home. It is the vessel you use to interact with life. The way your body moves, or doesn't, is it's unspoken language. A picture paints 1,000 words while a posture informs a lifestyle. We can hear what the body is communicating to us when we slow down and listen. Listen not with your ears, but with your senses, how you feel. Your body understood a language beyond words before you were born; your sense of Touch was the first sense to develop inside your mother's womb. Massage allows us to connect with our body using it's most primitive and innate method. 


Massage Therapists

Trish Retaleato

 
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I attended the University of Florida and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology. I began my own study of the human body as an exercise specialist, helping people prevent and rehabilitate and manage the symptoms from injuries, surgeries, illnesses and problematic postures. I enjoyed that and desired to continue seeking information about the body and how to contribute a more direct influence. I then attended The Florida School of Massage and graduated in 2015. After graduating, I immediately began practicing massage therapy in a physical therapy office with PT patients and those seeking massage-only treatments. I have worked with people from all types of backgrounds and whose demands imposed on their bodies vary greatly including: office workers, athletes, researchers, artists, runners, dancers, nurses, doctors, pregnant women, seniors, and college students.
While it brings me delight interacting with a broad range of people, my particular area of interest is in working with pregnant clients. I obtained the 32-hour MotherTouchâ„¢ Prenatal Bodywork Training & Certification with instructor Leslie Stager. By working with expecting mothers I am able to make a greater impact on the community at large; I can reach two people in one session! When a mother feels more comfortable in her body throughout her pregnancy, she sends the message to her baby that all is well on the outside of the womb. 


Jamie Wenzell

 

Jamie attended the Florida School of Massage and graduated in 2012. She began practicing massage as an independent contractor working in a spa. She went on to study at the University of Florida and graduated with a Bachelor's of Arts in Religion and Theology and a minor in Chinese. She has been practicing massage therapy in an orthopedic rehabilitation clinic for five years and has worked with people with all types of conditions including some of the most common: low back pain, neck pain, overuse injuries, postural/habitual patterns, post-surgical procedures and more. 
Jamie obtained the 32-hour MotherTouchâ„¢ Prenatal Bodywork Training & Certification with instructor Leslie Stager.