All of our massage therapists are licensed professionals. Find the therapist that best fits your needs.
Scott Risano graduated from Northern Arizona University with a B.S. in Exercise Science. His strengths as a massage therapist focus on; joint and muscle tension, posture strengthening, range of motion and stretching. His sessions incorporate therapies ranging from deep tissue massage, Swedish, sports massage, body mechanics (for balance), acupressure and mindful breathing. Graduating from the Arizona school of Massage Therapy Scott has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for 5 years. Scott believes that a massage session is your time to dial down the focus off your life, and your day. To bring the body and mind back to a restful state of being, you!
Orgel "Phil" McCoy is a well-rounded Licensed Massage Therapist that graduated at the top of his class. He also is a Certified Manual Lymph Drainage Therapist (CMLDT) from the MLD Institute International. His massage modalities, which include Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Swedish, Myofascial release, Trigger point therapy, MLD, Muscle Energy Techniques (MET), and Craniosacral Therapy, can be easily blended into his sessions. He brings relief, energy, relaxation, and healing to all of his clients. Whether you live an active lifestyle and are looking for help with chronic pain, injury prevention, or if you are just hoping to relax between classes and exams, he has a session for you.
Anthony Mosley, a graduate of Cortiva Institute’s 1000 hour program, is a well rounded therapist who believes in the importance of bringing balance to the mind and body through the power of touch. His modalities include Swedish relaxation, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, sports massage, deep tissue, and Thai massage. Anthony puts a heavy emphasis on structural integration. His sessions harbor a healing effect that leaves clients feeling new.
Daniella Almeida graduated from the 750-hour program at the Cortiva Institute and received her massage therapy license from the State of Arizona. She also studied Physiology and African American Studies at the University of Arizona. Her modalities include Cupping Therapy, Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy (Trigger Point Therapy) and Myofascial release. She is currently in the 250-hour extended Master Massage Program at the Cortiva Institute, where she is furthering her education in other massage modalities. Daniella’s sessions are very client orientated and she definitely makes sure that her clients are leaving the room feeling better than they were when they walked in!
Dana graduated from the Soma Institute National School of Clinical Massage Therapy in 2001. Her goal has always been to help people get to a calm center and just relax. Dana specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Trigger Point, Reflexology, Clinical and also Postural Assessments. Whether you have a chronic condition you are dealing with, have pain or just want to relax, Dana can accommodate your needs. She finds much fulfillment knowing she has made a person feel better through the healing power of massage.