A  Kneaded Wellness Experience

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Welcome!

Stress effects us all.  You may notice it when you discipline your children, or during busy times at work, managing your finances, or coping with challenging relationships.  Whatever the issue is we are here to help.  Some stress is O.K. and beneficial but too much can wear you down and make you sick mentally and physically.  We provide many options available to you, to help out with a wide variety of choices.  My goal is to help you achieve your BALANCE and help you maintain it. .
Our Advantages
 
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At A Well Kneaded Massage we are focused on providing service with the highest levels of customer satisfaction.  We all have struggles with life's insecurities and sometimes we need someone to help us out.  As a person who has struggled myself I would love to help you achieve your goals
 

BULAFIT KETOGENIC FAT LOSS PROGRAM

FAT LOSS PERFECTED. High impact fat loss while preserving muscle mass by tapping into your body's natural fat burning metabolic process called ketosis. Reducing excess fat can provide huge lifestyle benefits like reducing your risk of chronic illnesses while giving you greater confidence and energy

 

Body Care &
Massage


Massage therapy is known for reducing stress and promoting relaxation, and a growing body of research also shows that massage is effective for relieving and managing chronic and acute pain.  More than one-third of Americans will suffer from chronic pain at some point in time and approximately 14% of all employee's take time off from work due to pain

I am contracted with Group Health along with Aetna, Cigna, and First Choice 


 

FLOWER ESSENCE AND AROMATHERAPY

Flower essence are liquid extracts used to address profound issues of emotional well-being, soul development and mind-body health.  They are a part of an emerging field of subtle energy medicine which also includes homeopathy, acupuncture, color therapy, and therapeutic touch.  

Flower essence in the modern form were developed in the 1930's by an English physician Edward Bach, he prepared the initial 38 remedies.  In recent decades new remedies from other plant species are now available