Practiced for thousands of years, massage therapy provides many health benefits. TheraWays offers massage techniques with a wide variety of pressures and movements. These all involve pressing, rubbing, or manipulating muscles and other soft tissues with hands and fingers. Sometimes, even forearms, elbows, or feet are used.
Currently, more and more people, including insurers, recognize the health benefits of massage therapy. They are seeking relief from painful symptoms or help to heal injuries and to promote overall wellness.
Diane Gottlich, MS, CNMT, LMT, OMT, E-RYT500, CR
- CNMT – Certified Neuromuscular Therapist
- LMT – Licensed massage therapist in the state of Georgia (MT000228)
- OMT – Oncology massage therapist (cancer patients)
- E-RYT500 – Experienced, Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500 hour level
- CR – Certified reflexologist
Diane has 20 years of massage experience and is certified in neuromuscular massage, deep tissue, Swedish, reflexology and chair massage.
She holds an NCBTMB certification, (National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork) which is awarded only after passing a strenuous national massage board, competency exam. If passed, it recognizes the therapist as the most competent in their field.
In addition, she is an experienced yoga instructor certified by the Yoga Alliance and teaches anatomy for Yoga Teacher Training programs.
She holds a BS (Bachelor of Science) undergraduate degree in Health Information Management and an (MS) Masters degree in Psychology with a secondary degree in Business Communications.
Thai-Yoga Massage is a combination of deep compression, breath-work, & stretches to increase range of motion, aid joint pain, & help release muscle tension.
Prenatal Massage is a gentle massage that helps aid pain, swelling & discomfort during 2nd & 3rd term of pregnancy. Please consult your doctor first!
Deep Tissue Massage combines effective techniques that target trigger points and allow the therapist to work the inner layer of muscles aids in pain relief.
Swedish Massage can relax and renew muscle tissue. The therapist uses long gliding strokes that aid blood flow back to the heart and is great for relaxation.
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