10442 Ridgefield Parkway
Richmond, VA 23233

Massage and Energy Work

Therapeutic Massage – Combines deep-tissue work, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, acupressure, and reflexology. Each massage is tailored to the needs of the client. A full-body massage lasts an hour and includes work on the back, neck, legs, feet, shoulders, arms and hands. Half-hour sessions include back and neck or problem areas.

Prenatal / Postpartum – Massage during pregnancy encourages relaxation and increases feelings of well being, reduces heartburn, back and joint pain and edema. It increases flexibility and muscle tone and strengthens the immune system.

Infant Massage – Teaches parents a therapeutic massage flow and the skills needed to massage their infant. Improves ability to read infant cues, increases bonding and stimulates the digestive and circulatory systems. Reduces discomfort from colic, improves muscle tone and promotes sound sleep.

Reflexology – Reflexology is the practice of stimulating the body’s own healing mechanism by massaging points on the feet that affect related areas of the body. It relaxes the body and mind, reduces tension and anxiety, improves circulation of blood and lymph, and strengthens the immune system.

Couples Massage Training – Learn to massage your partner in a one-hour training session. Training is also available for prenatal couples to train dads to massage moms-to-be before and during the birth.

Thai Yoga Massage – An ancient form of interactive massage, combining energy meridian work and yoga therapy, that is relaxing yet invigorating. Performed in comfortable clothing on a floor mat, the intricate joint mobilization and stretching techniques make Thai Yoga Massage unique.

Reiki – Reiki is a Japanese stress reduction and healing technique. It is a non-invasive practice involving the channeling of universal energy to stimulate the body’s ability to calm, balance, and heal itself. Usually taking place in a massage room, it involves a practitioner placing hands on the body in various positions, but it can also be performed completely hands-off. It is a great complement to Western medicine. Reiki is not a religion and is appropriate for people of all beliefs and traditions.

Glenmore Certified Massage Therapists
Nancy Glenmore Tatum, MS, CMT, E-RYT 500
Kevin Casey, E-RYT–500, CMT
Traci McKinley, RYT–200, CMT
Cheryl Bergh, RYT–500, CMT, Reiki II Practitioner

Additional Reiki Practitioners
Erin Forsyth, RYT–500, Reiki II Practitioner
Dani Whitfield, RYT–500, Reiki III Master/Teacher