Kate has been a Licensed Therapist since 2005. She received her Master Massage license in 2007 and her Instructor’s License in 2008. Kate specializes in deep tissue,sport massage, massage cupping,TMJ massage (also learning from her own TMJ treatment experience),pain management, reflexology, integrating sessions with therapeutic (myoskeletal alignment techniques) and relaxation (Swedish) massage. She believes a good, properly analyzed massage creates a more balanced body, emotionally and physically…. Kate says, “Arkansas Healing Arts has opened new doors in my life. Each time I walk up to greet my client; there is such an excitement in my mind. I continue to learn through the clients’ expression of needs and I find it personally rewarding to focus on those individual needs, pain, and discomfort.”
Reiko is a Licensed Massage Therapist (MTI #4406). She has been practicing massage since 2004. Reiko believes that when our body is in a relaxed state, it will start to heal itself. “I like to use the Swedish style to relax the client’s mind and body, incorporating that with Orthopedic Massage, Positional release, Shiatsu, Sports Massage and Reflexology to reduce their pain, muscle tension and discomfort. I also believe that every client that comes to me, presents me with a challenge to do my very best, to fill their need, while improving myself as a therapist and as a person. My goal is to give all the clients an invigorating and refreshing feeling when they walk out my room.
Connie is a Massage Therapy Instructor. She is knowledgeable in Swedish,Healing Stone, Raindrop, Hydrotherapy, Prenatal and Chair Massage. Connie has been practicing Massage Therapy since 2003. She also has a Bachelors of Science degree in Dietetics from Quachita Baptist University. Connie state, massage is amazing for relaxing tense muscles.. She devote her full attention to clients, with the use of massage techniques & listening to their verbal comments. She look forward to working with you at Ar Healing Arts for a variety of massage selection or your business office for chair massage. (The massage chair is designed for your comfort. You are fully clothed.) Connie suggest, take time for yourself and receive a massage.
Samern is a Licensed Massage Instructor (MTI#3205). She has been licensed and practicing massage therapy since 2001. She also received her Bachelors of Science degree in Health Education at the University of Central Arkansas in 2002. With several years of experience in Orthopedic Massage, which is the prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal dysfunction and chronic pain, she has received referrals from physical therapist, medical doctors and chiropractors alike. She has additional training in Medical Massage, Deep Tissue Massage and basic Swedish Massage. She believes massage therapy promotes preventionary care, body awareness, and longevity.
Drew has been assisting people heal their own bodies through massage therapy since 2007. “The body is a miraculous creation which strives for balance and wellbeing. I enjoy using many different types of massage therapy to assist my clients in achieving this goal”.“It is my goal to assess and correct structural and functional imbalance, and to enhance the body’s performance. I am interested in correcting a wide range of client complaints, from life stress to pain and discomfort.”Drew is skilled in Swedish, Hot Stone, Soft Tissue and Myofascial Release, Myoskeletal Alignment, Orthopedic and, LomiLomi techniques, as well as Prenatal, Postpartum, andInfant massage. His personal style is a combination of any and all of these techniques custom designed for the needs of the individual client.
Mclees became a licensed therapist in 2013, but her interest in massage goes back at least 30 years.
McLees became a licensed therapist in 2013 after many years of debating going to massage school. She has had a long standing interest in massage which goes back at least 30 years. She has had lots of informal practice on family and friends throughout her life, as well as some professional training, as far back as her freshman year of college. In the years before getting her license, she has worked as a jeweler and has been a regular recipient of massage for her frequent neck and shoulder tension. Perhaps for that reason, she has a particular affinity for working on the neck. Though it took her many years, to finally go to school and get her massage license, she is glad that she finally did. She only wishes she had done it sooner. McLees loves helping others to feel better and become more in tune with their bodies. Her training is in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, ansd Ortho-Bionomy but she is always looking to learn new methods and techniques to better serve the needs of her clients.
Analiza Hodge has been a Massage Therapist since 2006. She has been a full time massage therapist
For 12 years. And also a License Cosmetologist since 2005. She was trained at Arthur’s Beauty College. She’s knowledgeable in manicures and pedicures,Full Body waxing and Basic Facials. She
Has trained in Swedish Massage, Hot Stone, Pre-Natal Massage and Rain Drop Therapy. And she was trained at Arkansas Healing Arts School of Massage where she learned Body flow which is based
On the belief that the healing power of sacred touch is invaluable to our fast-paced society. This type
Of body work offers nurturing touch, authentic presence and intention to engage the whole person into
Deeper level of relaxation. She is passionate about the positive effects of therapy on the body and mind. Assist in the relief of migraines and tension-related headaches or help you forget about life stresses for an hour with a relaxation focused treatment. She encourages everyone to try massage
Therapy at least once, so they can decide if it’s something that can help them become healthier and
A positive addition to their regular self-care.
Ally DeAscentis has been a licensed massage therapist since 2011. Ally attended Heritage College in 2010 and graduated in 2011. She has been a full time therapist for the last 7 years. Ally is knowledgeable in orthopedic, trigger point, sports, deep tissue, pain relief, relaxation techniques, and prenatal massage. She uses these modalities to help relieve discomforts of physical and emotional stresses. Here is one of her favorite quotes:
“Massage is much more than working muscles, I integrate modalities, and listen to your body. Give me a chance to help you heal yourself. Your body and soul contains all the wisdom necessary. I just facilitate the action. ” – anonymous