Jenny Yates - Licensed Massage Therapist and Owner of Precision Wellness
Since finding her own relief, Jenny has gone on to help clients relieve several other types of pain as well. She regularly attends continuing education workshops and events to ensure she is always offering the latest industry knowledge and techniques. Jenny is well-versed in Neuromuscular, Thai, Relaxation, Pre-natal, Temporal Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ), Sports, and Deep Tissue Massage techniques.
Travis Willyerd - Licensed Massage Therapist and Assistant Manager
Travis’ massage technique is a unique brand of “hurts so good” and “I feel so much better”. While he is best known for his deep tissue massage and gait analysis, he also practices sports massage, prenatal, craniosacral, and reflexology. He regularly employs client education by giving his clients something that they can take home to assist with pain or improve quality of life.
Amber Parrish - Licensed Massage Therapist
Amber practices Neuromuscular, Thai, Energy Work, Temporal Mandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ) treatment, Deep Tissue Massage, and is learning Myofascial release techniques to provide a healing and therapeutic massage experience. Her focus in massage is to eliminate muscle dysfunction and its symptoms.
Kimberly Smith - Licensed Massage Therapist
Modalities studied include Shiatsu, Acupressure, Hot Stone Massage, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Cranial Sacral therapy, Advanced Cranial Sacral therapy, Orthopedic massage, prenatal massage, Reflexology, Hydro-therapy, Sports massage, Trigger point therapy and injury care, myofascial release, stretching and neuromuscular re-education, Lomi Lomi, Reiki and neuromuscular therapy for the treatment of TMJ dysfunction, patellar tracking, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Frozen Shoulder and plantar fasciitis as part of my continuing education.
Karissa Stoneburner - Licensed Massage Therapist
Karissa believes there is a connection between emotional stress and trauma and physical pain and symptoms. She enjoys working with her clients on this level. She has more than 15 years massage therapy experience and practices Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, sports, and prenatal massage.
Precision Wellness PreNatal Massage Types
PreNatal massage therapy gives relief for swelling, stress, and muscle cramps associated with pregnancy. Particular attention is paid to stress bearing areas such as the lower back and hips. We wait until after the first trimester, so this service is only offered for expecting mothers at least 12 weeks along in their pregnancy. Special pillows and props are used to maximize comfort during this type of session so mama can relax.
PreNatal Massage Packages
Buy 4, 60-minute massages (any kind) for $240. That's a $40 savings!
Buy 4, 90-minute massages (any kind) for $340. That's a $40 savings!
Please call to purchase the massage packages.
Massage packages do NOT expire. However, we encourage you to use your packages within 6 to 12 months to get the full therapeutic value from them.
Sugar Scrub Upgrade
Aromatherapy has many benefits from calming the mind and body to helping relieve muscle cramps, sinus pressure and much much more. Add one of our many essential oils to your massage or ask your therapist to make a specialty blend just for you!
Hot Stone Upgrade
Hot stone massage melts away tension, eases muscle stiffness and increases circulation and metabolism. This is a specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth, heated stones as an extension of their own hands, or by placing them on the body. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help warm up tight muscles so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly. Add this to any massage on just the back or go all in with a full body hot stone massage.
What to Expect from a PreNatal Massage at Precision Wellness
You can expect to fill out a health intake form before your first massage session. Your therapist will ask you about your expectations for the session and check in with you often about your comfort during the session.
If there is something that is really bothering you, that’s ok, just tell your therapist. It’s important to discuss your expectations of the session with your therapist before the session starts so we can customize your session.
It's also very helpful if you provide feedback during your session. If the table warmer is too warm or the music is annoying, or you’re uncomfortable in any way, just tell your therapist so they can make adjustments.
Our therapists are highly educated and they care about your comfort and results. What does that mean? A lot of clients ask us about the requirements to obtain a massage therapy license.
In the state of Missouri, a massage therapy license requires a minimum of 500 clocked training hours and a few hours of continuing education every couple of years. Our training far exceeds those minimums. In other words, we really know our stuff! Our commitment to education is just one thing that sets us apart at Precision Wellness.
You can expect privacy to undress to your comfort level. This may or may not include undergarments. You will be professionally draped during the entire session. Your modesty is of utmost importance and it is our goal to provide you with the most professional and relaxing environment possible.
The therapist will take extra care to make certain that your body and baby is properly positioned and supported during the massage using pillows and support cushions.