Brittany Jordan grew up here in Washington Township where she graduated Romeo High School. She went on to Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids where she recieved her Bachelors of Fine Arts and found her way right back to Washington!She then opted for a career change and massage therapy appealed to her because of the opportunity to make a difference in the way people feel. She studied medical massage therapy at Blue Heron Academy of Healing Arts & Sciences in 2007 and received national certification through the AMMA-the American Medical Massage Association.
She continues to do continuing education courses through Blue Heron Academy to keep her skills and knowledge fresh and her certification current. Brittany enjoys educating anyone and everyone on the multitude of health benefits of massage therapy! E-mail her with any questions you may have about your specific circumstance!
Aubri Brown is a massage therapist at Simply Bliss Massage. She has three years experience in this field. She attended Baker College and received a certification in Massage Therapy. While attending she learned various massage modalities such as: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Pregnancy Massage, and Sports Massage.
Previously she has worked at a specialized modality massage therapy office as well as a health and wellness spa. From those employment experiences she has focused on massage techniques of Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, and Trigger Point Therapy. Simply Bliss is the great fit for Aubri so she can integrate all of the techniques learned from school as well as previous work experience into her work here.
Michelle was born and raised in Madison Heights Michigan and moved to Windsor in 2002. She graduated from Canadian College of Health Science & Technology in May 2006 and successfully passed the registration exams in June 2006. She then moved to Vancouver, British Columbia where she worked as a Massage Therapist for 9 months, before returning to Windsor and joining the team at Active Body Physical Therapy in April 2007.Michelle is very excited about returning to Michigan & joining the staff at Simply Bliss Massage. From the 7 years of employment experiences in a physical therapy clinic as well as a spa setting, she has focused on massage techniques including Swedish Massage, Trigger point Therapy, as well as Deep Tissue Massage. Michelle is very passionate about client care and the healing process massage therapy can offer.
"Massage is my second career after many years in the automotive field. After taking time off to have a family, I decided to repackage myself in a different occupation. I enjoy people and wanted a career where I could be "a bright spot" in people's lives. Therefore, I took the appropriate steps to become a licensed massage therapist in the state of Michigan.
I graduated from Healing Hands Holistic Health Center for Massage and am ever pursuing further education. I have studied many different modalities among which I am a certified therapist in warm Bamboo-Fusion. Also, coming in 2014 will be Oncology Massage.
Although I am familiar and able to give many different types of massage, I enjoy giving a decadent, detailed Swedish massage involving essential oils and aromatherapy. I am very passionate about client concerns and the profession of massage as a whole. I look forward to seeing you!"
Massage Health Benefits and Informative Links
Research on massage therapy has been ongoing for over 100 years and the findings are astounding! Massage not only reduces stress and helps muscles recover from overuse. In fact, research has shown regular massage improves immune function, sleep quality, concentration in office workers, and athletic performance while decreasing depression, anxiety, headaches, and even pain in general! Massage may also help if you are suffering with arthritis, lupus, fibromyalgia, sciatica, tennis/golfers elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, and even reduces pain for surgery recovery! Experts estimate that upwards of 90% of disease is stress related so whether you are looking for just one hour of pure relaxation or you have medical reasons massage might very well be the best solution for you!
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