Kaylee specializes in myofascial massage, reflexology, sports massage, lymphedema and isolated stretching and strengthening. She has been a licensed massage therapist since 2018.
Myofascial release targets pain believed to arise from myofascial (connective) tissue. During a myofascial massage session, a therapist locates myofascial areas that feel stiff and fixed under light pressure. In many cases, regular myofascial massage is recommended to experience the full benefit of this practice.
Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet or hands, which results in relaxation and healing to corresponding organs and systems throughout the body. Studies have shown reflexology as a method of alleviating pain, stress and anxiety, as well as improving relaxation and quality of sleep.
Sports massage is helpful for people with active, physically demanding lifestyles. By focusing on joints, muscles, soft tissue, tendons and ligaments that are impacted by a client’s activities, sports massage can be highly beneficial to active bodies. This form of massage is designed for recovery, performance enhancement (such as improved range of motion and flexibility), relaxation, and even improving sleep.
Isolated stretching and strengthening is a method of muscle lengthening and fascial release that improves circulation and increases the elasticity of muscle joints and fascia, helping to prevent or even treat injuries and pain. This practice can also enhance strength, flexibility and the health of joints and soft tissue.