Massage Techniques for Two
No Skill? No Problem!
Couples massage class — just in time for Valentine’s Day!
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Cost: $50 per couple / walk-ins welcome
Questions and more information:
LOCATION: Enlightened Soul Center
3820 Packard Road #280 (2nd floor)
Ann Arbor 48108
NOTE: Our building is in an office complex of several buildings on Packard Road next to the freeway overpass for US-23, just west of Carpenter Road. Find the driveway at the large sign for "Foot & Ankle" and "Gentle Dental". The building number is NOT visible from the road; building #3820 is on the left in the back, facing the freeway overpass.
About Massage Techniques for Two
Do you try to hide under the table when your partner asks you to give them a massage? Do your fingers hurt when you give a massage, and your partner complains that either they can’t feel anything or that it feels like a jack hammer? Understandable. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Let’s make it easy, fun, and just feel fantastic — because it should. Couples are invited to join a veteran Licensed Massage Therapist to learn the techniques to massage like a pro. You’ll melt into a puddle of happiness after learning these simple tools in a safe and fun environment. Come join us!
Wear comfortable clothes, bring a pillow & a blanket, AND a good sense of humor!
About Michelle Krahmalkov Gordon, LMT
Michelle is a Licensed Massage Therapist and 2006 graduate of the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy, where she received certification in Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release Technique, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Sports Therapy. She is a member of AMTA and a Certified Reiki Master in the Usui/Tibetan system of healing through William Lee Rand at the International Center for Reiki. Additionally, she holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in sociology and has been a classical ballet teacher for over 32 years.
When Michelle is approached by each new client, it is her intention to facilitate a healing journey by viewing each person as an individual and unique being — body, mind and spirit. From there, she works with her client so that together they can create a treatment plan that will help them maximize their healing goals. From the lightest stroke to the deepest muscle repair, Michelle's philosophy is that every request deserves to be treated with equal focus and importance — as does each person.