A sampling of our bodywork services

We host an array of bodywork styles and bodyworkers from all over the city.  If you have a special need, or if we discover one during a corrective movement session, we reach out to our extended team.  On a daily basis, this is our home team!  Come see for yourself why we love them so!.


Merced Tecuanhuehue

Merced is our resident massage therapist, uniquely skilled in the art of deep relaxation, that which is most needed for healing on all levels.

Merced graduated from the Northern Lights School of Massage in Muncie, IN. She specializes in deep tissue massage, swedish massage, and has spent continuing education time in sports massage, healing touch, and cupping. She brings with her an offering that is unique to her family heritage, Haikali Cactus massage and also offers other specialty work such as peppermint scalp rub and foot massage.

Merced’s schedule is LIVE on scheduler. Book her today!

Kaitlyn Steiner, CMT, specializes in Swedish/Relaxing Massage, deep tissue, and Pain Relief.

Danyell Wiley

Danyell began her career as a graduate of the Graham School for Massage Therapy in 1990.  Danyell takes an integrative approach to bodywork, utilizing Ortho-Bionomy, neuromuscular, fascial and energetic work.  Ortho-Bionomy is a practice in which the recipient remains fully clothed.  It is known for it's ability to release pain, and enlists the body's innate systems for healing.  Danyell likes to work with people pre and post surgery support, scar work, and knee and hip replacement.  She also has extensive experience working with equestrians.


Amy Fuller

Amy is a 2004 graduate of Midwest Academy of Healing arts.  She's a veteran massage therapist who has gathered a deep toolbox with which she works to solve myriad problems!  Among them are Craniosacral therapy, Lymphatic Drainage, and Trauma Release therapy as well as Myofascial Release. 


Keri Brown

Keri is our most seasoned practitioner having begun her career as a graduate of the Alexandria school of healing arts in 1997.  After many years of work and continuing education, Keri has settled on Ortho-Bionomy as her tool of choice.  Orthobionomy is a gentle practice in which the recipient remains fully clothed.  It is known for it's ability to release pain, and enlists the body's innate systems for healing.  Keri's work is called upon often with our NeuroPlastic Movement work, as it is instrumental in helping us to re-pattern movements and release joints.