Top 10 Reasons To Try Massage
From the desk of Jessica L. Molleur, Lic.Ac., DNBAO... Feel like you need a specific reason to try massage? Here are ten to get you going! Read more about OMBE's massage services below.
Top 10 Reasons to Try Massage
1. Shoulder & Neck Pain
2. Rotator Cuff Injuries
3. Pre & Post Athletic Events
4. Headaches & TMJ
5. Stress & Anxiety
8. ITB Syndrome
9. Prenatal Therapy
10. Hip Pain
OMBE offers comprehensive massage services including reflexology, shiatsu, reiki, craniosacral therapy, hot stone, deep tissue, and prenatal massage. Our massage therapists combine relaxation, deep tissue and trigger point massage with other therapeutic techniques such as stretching, range of motion, and energy work. Clients benefit from our massage therapists' ability to listen and understand individual needs, resulting in customized massage sessions.
As the first green health center in Boston, we have integrated our concern for the well-being of our clients and the environment. Moms-to-be, cyclists, tri-athletes, and office workers hunched over a computer all day have benefited from our stress-reducing massage services. Now environmentalists can relax knowing that their massage session will relieve muscle tension and be gentle on the earth. We invite you to experience any of our eco-friendly massage services complete with paraben-free and organic massage oils as well organic cotton sheets washed with environmentally-friendly detergents. We hope that our massage services are just one way for busy Bostonians to combine relaxation with eco-consciousness.
Jessica L. Molleur is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist and massage therapist in Massachusetts and California. She holds a Masters of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, CA. Her training also includes a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from the University of California at Davis, CA. Jessica first became interested in acupuncture as a soccer player searching for an alternative to knee surgery.
She is a National Diplomate of Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine and Chinese Herbology through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Following her acupuncture licensure, she became a Diplomate of Acupuncture Orthopedics. This orthopedic specialty certification is held by fewer than 300 acupuncturists in the United States. Areas of specialty include women's health, infertility, pediatrics, and sports medicine. For patients interested in learning more about acupuncture for fertility and IVF, please click here.