Meet Our Team
Andrea Duty - LMT
Hi! My name is Andrea and I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2014. I graduated from the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy with certifications in neuromuscular therapy, trigger point work, and myofascial release. I like to take an integrative approach to my sessions and combine multiple modalities and techniques to achieve optimal therapeutic results.
Samantha Horner - LMT
Hello! My name is Samantha Supplee and I've been a licensed and certified massage therapist since 2010. I graduated from Irene's Myomassology Institute in Southfield, MI with over 625 training hours. My specialties and areas that captivate me the most are deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy. I love to problem-solve and help people with a massage treatment plan that produces results and relief!
Qi McCulloh - LMT
I am a licensed and dual certified massage therapist. I hold certifications in a myriad of alternative healing techniques including: reiki, rebirthing, hypnotherapy, raindrop technique as well as: prenatal, sports, myofascial, lymphatic drainage, and reflexolgy modalities.
I've studied ancient healing techniques for over a decade including: mantras, mudras, meditation, sound resonation (crystal and Tibetan singing bowl sciences), Earth/mineral crystal formation, shamanic healing, nutrition, and herbal healing.
Tiffany Willis - LMT
My name is Tiffany Willis and I have been a massage therapist since graduating from the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy in 2004. I am certified in myofascial and neuromuscular therapy, but apply various techniques needed to bring healing and relief to the body. I am also a participating member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).
I greatly enjoy working as a massage therapist because it allows me to work with people to help improve not only their physical concerns, but their lifestyle as well. I look forward to working with every client on a plan that provides physical well-being and relaxation.
Dan Farkas - LMT
My name is Dan Farkas and I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2009. During high school I began resistance training for the sports teams that I was participating on and found that I enjoyed the exercising almost as much as the sports themselves. After high school I continued to coach lacrosse and found a need for my athletes to recuperate faster. I looked into different possibilities and massage was always near the top of the list. It was then that I decided to go back to school and become a massage therapist and athletes is where I tend to keep my focus today. Since completing my certificate in massage I have taken classes on upper cervical releases and have completed my Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science. This degree focuses on strength, conditioning, and recovery to ensure top performance of professional and amateur athletes as well as the average person who just wants to feel better.
Kim Davenport - LMT
I received my certification for massage therapy from the National institute of Technology, as well as trained at the Sally Esser School for Esthetics. Over the years, I've enhanced my training in numerous massage modalities such as sports therapy, deep tissue massage and neuromuscular therapy, hot stone, facial massage and trigger point therapy, and found enjoyment in donating massage hours to events such as Karmanos “Race for the Cure” Breast cancer awareness. I am also first aid and CPR certified. For me, what I love about my job is having the opportunity every day to make people feel their best. Massage is the perfect elixir for good health, but it can also provide an integration of body and mind. By producing a meditative state or heightened awareness of the present moment, massage can provide emotional and spiritual balance, bringing with it true relaxation and peace. I believe in taking the time to get to know each client’s needs, and pride myself on the attention and precision I devote to each session. The benefits of massage are diverse. No matter how great it feels, massage isn't just a luxury; it's a health necessity.
Jody Firneno - LMT
In 2003, I became a graduate of Irene's Myomassology Institute. After leaving a medical billing position of 8 years, enrolling at Irene's became a turning point in my career, allowing me to focus on learning all the different types of massage therapy and the wonderful benefits accomplished through the healing art of touch. I am a firm believer in the inseparable connection between body/mind, and am a proponent of massage for relieving physical as well as emotional stress. I also strongly believe in massage as a viable modality for enhancing over all health and well-being.
I am able to provide an invigorating sports massage for fatigued, sore muscles, or I can work with you on injury rehabilitation, relieving migraines and tension-related headaches, or helping you forget about life stresses for an hour with relaxation focused treatment. Each session is tailored to meet your needs, done in a serene, comfortable, and professional setting.
Kristin Szlinis - LMT
As a child I had many injuries which were treated with physical therapy. After 6 years of PT I still had pain, as well as anxiety over re-injuring something. Physical therapy helped me recover from the breaks and surgeries but I still didn't feel myself. I began using massage therapy to help address the ailments that physical therapy hadn't resolved. I was so grateful for the physical relief massages brought that I was compelled to help others find the same benefits.
For years I have practiced in various chiropractic clinics helping clients discover the amazing benefits of massage therapy. However, some clients came back complaining of their ailments as if our last session hadn't happened. Curious of other therapies claiming to create long term results, I sought different types of manual therapies.
After ten Rolfing sessions my body felt better than it ever had! I found a new confidence in how I moved, no longer fearing what injury might happen if I moved wrong. I gained better range of motion, deepened my stretches, moved more gracefully and my outlook on the world completely changed.
I graduated from the Rolf Institute with a burning passion to spread the awareness that relief IS possible and it's a revolutionary experience!
My other massage training includes graduating from the School of Orthopedic Massage and Bodywork in 2007 with over 800 hours of training in basic anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, deep tissue and medical massage, orthopedic assessment and sports therapy. I also have continuing education in craniosacral therapy, fascial fitness, and Rock Taping.
Melissa Rainer - LMT
Hi, my name is Melissa. I have been a practicing massage therapist since 2005. I am a graduate of Irene’s Myomassology Institute, where along with learning swedish and deep tissue massage I have training in hot stone, prenatal, thai massage and stretching. During a session I like to use many techniques to help each client reach their individual goals of health and wellness. Assisting in the process of connectedness and healing is in part why I chose to be in this field. I enjoy working with pain management, rehabilitation and general relaxation. I look forward to working with you in bringing balance back into life.
“Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts” Zen Buddhist Monk ~ Thich Nhat Hahn
Stacy Kelly - LMT
I've been a practicing massage therapist since 2004, graduating from the Health Enrichment Center where I received over 4,500 hours of massage training. In my years of practice I've developed a keen awareness of structural and postural patterns that contribute to our everyday aches and pains. And although I've had specialized training in such areas as deep tissue massage, lymphatic drainage, craniosacral therapy, kinesio taping, and myofascial release, I find the greatest success in utilizing a combination of modalities. So whether you're suffering from headaches or back pain, are an athlete or elderly, or are just looking for a relaxing experience, I have the tools to provide the experience you are looking for. It's all about balance.
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