About Precision Wellness
Precision Wellness, located in Springfield, Missouri, has served massage and esthetic clients in southwest Missouri since 2012. We are focused on providing our clients and members with the ultimate wellness experience with friendly, knowledgeable professionals who are dedicated to promoting your well-being. Locally owned and operated by Jenny Yates, Precision Wellness is your haven for rejuvenation and healing.
From Left: Kim Smith, Darlene Graham (Reception), Jennifer Yates (Licensed Massage Therapist and Owner), Travis Willyerd (Licensed Massage Therapist and Assistant Manager), Amber Parrish (Licensed Massage Therapist), Serenia McMellen (Lead Esthetician), Chloe Maugans (Licensed Esthetician). Not pictured, Karissa Stoneburner.
Our Satisfied Clients
Decided to turn back the clock on my face. Being a 46-year-old male I have never had a facial so wasn't sure what to expect. My Aesthetician was Chloe Maugans. She did an amazing job and it really did help. So it's ok guys. Go get a facial!! I already got the next one scheduled 🙂
Amazing massages! All of the staff is well trained and professional. They do a fantastic job of listening to their clients and giving effective, helpful, relaxing massages. It has helped so much with my neck and TMJ pain!
I saw Travis for a deep tissue massage for pain relief. It was the best therapeutic massage I have ever had! I highly recommend Precision Wellness to anyone looking for massage or esthetics services!
Travis is always so welcoming. He treats you with respect while helping you address your ailments and issues. He is considerate and concerned with your well being. I call him "magic hands" because I feel better for weeks on end after seeing him. I would recommend Travis for a massage to anyone.
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Allergy Basics According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthmas and Immunology, allergies affect more than 50 million Americans, making it the country’s fifth most chronic disease, third among children. We spend around 7.9 billion dollars a year on treatment—about 4.5 million on direct care and 3.4 billion on indirect care, including lost work. Allergies … Read more
Weight Loss and Bodywork Helping You Meet Your Goals By Genevieve P. Charet Originally published in Body Sense magazine, Spring/Summer 2010. Copyright 2010. Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. All rights reserved.Massage–anything this good must be fattening, right? Wrong! Scientists now confirm what massage therapists have always known: massage can be a powerful and effective weight-loss tool. By … Read more
Making the Most of Your Massage and How to Prolong the Benefits of Body Work A massage works in wonderful ways, easing stress and pain, calming the nervous system, increasing circulation, loosening tight muscles, stimulating internal organs, and enhancing skin. The multiplicity of physiological responses sends a simple, clear message to the mind: Massage feels good. … Read more