Melt your stress away at Elements Therapeutic Massage
- Lori Hall
- Lake Oswego Review - Business
It's all about you at Elements Therapuetic Massage your aches, your pains, your tension your general well-being. From the owner to the therapists, the folks at Elements care about each and every client and their health.
Rick Snook recently took over the Central Village location at the beginning of this year. Manager Carisa Smith also recently came on board. Along with them are new renovations and features at the location.
From the warm welcome at the front door to the serenity in the tranquility room, Elements is sure to relax both the mind and the body.
Snook is quick to point out that Elements is not a spa there are no facials, manicures or pedicures or products to sell. Instead, they focus strictly on therapeutic massage.
"Regular massage is great for your health," he said.
Along with dealing with aches and pains, massage can also benefit those with:
Besides loosening muscles and just feeling great, massage has many health benefits.
No matter your reason for seeking massage, the people at Elements will take the time to get to know you.
"The biggest message we want to get across is that we listen to our clients and address what they want," Snook said. "We just tailor to what they want."
Every client is matched with one of 11 therapists based on their needs and wishes, and each massage is customized to address problem areas or health conditions. From marathon runners to gardeners to moms chasing after young children, each client gets individualized attention.
The variety of massages and treatment ranges just as much as the customers. There are trigger point massages, pre-natal massages and hot stone massages to name just a few.
Elements really does focus on the people, from each individual client to the entire community. They regularly partner with the local schools and nonprofits.
"It's not just an appointment. We are part of the community at this point," Smith said. "Our focus is community and being part of West Linn."
Elements is planning an open house in October for the community to come in and see the improvements and meet the new management.
For more information, visit touchofelements.com/westlinn or call 503-722-8888.