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Testimonials

7 months ago
Lindsey is a great massage therapist with a very relaxing atmosphere. She does a great job overall and gives extra attention to troubled areas. Highly recommend.
- Bob H
2 years ago
I have had many massages from several massage therapists. What I find exceptional about Lindsey is her ability and skill to listen to what you need and then tailor her knowledge, skills and techniques to your issues. She also makes recommendations of what you can do at home to help alleviate the issues. She is honest about the massage skills she has and those she has a basic understanding in. That is so appreciated. She goes the "extra mile" to tailor treatment to what you need. She does not use a "one size fits all" approach. Lindsey is the best massage therapist I have ever had. I highly recommend her.
- Jan D
a year ago
Lindsey is very kind and professional. I’ve been to therapists that don’t really augment their treatment for their client, but that’s not the case here. She really does want you to feel better and changes her cares for your needs. I’d recommend her to anyone with pain. She’ll see you and make recommendations for further treatments. I was skeptical yet willing to try cupping, and am amazed at the difference I feel.
- Megan T

About Me

What is Qi? 
Qi (pronounced CHEE), is universal energy circulating in all living things. As a bodywork therapist, I use massage to redirect this flow through the soft tissues. There are many reasons why this energy can be blocked and cause disharmony, such as emotions/stress, diet, and strain/overuse/poor posture. 

Meridians and Acupressure:
Meridians are pathways containing flowing Qi. Acupressure is applied to certain intersections of these meridians, and aids in clearing blockages. These junctions, or points, are the same used in acupuncture, just without the needles. 

Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Eastern Bodywork from East West Healing Arts Institute, I focus mainly on combining modalities such as Swedish, Deep Tissue and TuiNa. Fitness, especially Yoga and Tai Chi are very important in my life and I bring this into my practice. Passive stretching is one technique I use, as it opens up joints and brings movement into the body, but also allows the nervous system to register new and healthy movement patterns. I incorporate tools such as Gua Sha, Cupping, and Hydrotherapy to help with circulation and muscular tension or injury.  I use Acupressure to work within the meridians and bring balance to the channels, and Infrared Sauna to further relax the body and relieve stagnation.  My  background in Traditional Chinese Medicine allows each session to be tailored to the whole person. I love working with clients along their wellness path, and helping them find which healing art suits them best. 



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5310 Valley Ridge Plaza
Middleton, WI 53562
USA

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Mon:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Tue:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Wed:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Thu:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Fri:Closed
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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