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Massage Therapy is the perfect complement to an active lifestyle! Each therapist at The Massage Center is licensed and insured, providing professional care you can count on. Our therapists believe that receiving regular massage and bodywork is key to keeping you doing the activities you love to do such as playing with your children or grandchildren, enjoying the outdoors, gardening, playing sports or simply maintaining your home!

Massage Center Lobby

Main Office (860) 373-9193

Direct Contact –

Therapist/Owner Melissa A. Biggins, LMT

(860) 608-7453 | melissa

@innerbalancect.com

 

Therapist Linda J. Mckeller-Augustin, LMT

(860) 655-2823 | goodmedmassage@gmail.com

 

Therapist Jackie Gaboury, LMT

860-391-7796 | vibetribewellness@gmail.com


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Melissa A. Biggins, LMT Lic #004305

Melissa has been a licensed massage therapist since 2006. She owns and operates The Massage Center at Summit, which has been open since July of 2008. She is trained in techniques to address both mechanical and neurological issues including numbness and tingling, sciatic nerve pain, low back issues and shoulder issues. Her trigger point techniques will help improve muscle function, range of motion and therefore performance. Her work incorporates

Stretching, Myofascial Release Techniques and energy work such as Craniosacral Therapy and Crystal Therapy. These techniques delve deep into the tissues releasing tightness, restrictions and increasing function, performance and range of motion. She enjoys helping clients heal on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. For more information on Melissa, visit www.innerbalancect.com

Linda J. Mckeller-Augustin, LMT Lic #008511

Linda is a licensed massage therapist with an extensive background in behavioral health. Her unique style of bodywork integrates training and continuing education in several modalities including Deep Tissue Therapy, Myofascial Release techniques, Acupressure, Aroma Therapy, Pre-natal, Swedish, and Seated Massage, and Hot Stone Therapy. She strongly believes in the body’s natural ability to regulate, balance, and heal itself. Her goal in each session is to provide effective massage techniques and bodywork to facilitate the process. Those who benefit from her work include sufferers of chronic pain, migraines, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, stress and/or anxiety, moms and mothers-to-be, those recovering from injury, and many who simply want to relax and feel good!

 

Massage TherapistJackie Gaboury, LMT Lic #009779

Jackie is a graduate of Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She understands that everyone has unique challenges and preferences and prides herself on her ability to hone into each individual’s needs. She uses a gentle, intentional approach to form each session. She understands that massage and energy work can help unify and aid in the healing of the whole self. Her style includes Swedish techniques, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, stretching and Myofascial Release. Her techniques can help chronic pain, migraines, reduced mobility and overuse injuries, stress and many other issues. She believes in educating the client about their body, to help promote the relief of pain and tension. Clients may expect to feel calm and relaxed after a session.


Benefits of Massage

  • – Maintain a full range of motion for muscles and joints
  • – Increase flexibility and stability
  • – Strengthen muscles for balance and symmetry
  • – Improve strength training by releasing trigger points that may be inhibiting progress
  • – Prevent injury by targeting trouble areas that you may be unaware of
  • – Relieve traumatic stress of prior injury or surgery to promote full recovery & strength

 

The Massage Center at Summit has successfully helped people with a variety of conditions including:

  • – Headaches – Tension, Migraine, Cluster
  • – Plantar Fascitis
  • – Knee Pain
  • – Sprains or Strains and Recovery
  • – Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • – Frozen Shoulder
  • – Sciatica
  • – Post Surgical Recovery
  • – Repetitive movement injuries from excessive computer work, sitting or driving
  • – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • – Emotional Stress and Trauma

 

The Birch Room

The Golden Leaf Room

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