Heavenly Healing Hands Massage Therapy
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23360 Chagrin Blvd #207
Beachwood OH, 44122
About Heavenly Healing Hands Massage Therapy
?”When You Are Ready For A Real Massage”
Donna has a background working in chiropractic offices and high-end spas and she heads up the massage services at a prominent country club in Beachwood along with running her own private in Beachwood. She has a rare combination of soothing and strong hands so she is able to give a highly effective and therapeutic massage. Many clients fall asleep during their session but then emerge moving better and feeling like a brand new person. She does not believe in doing cute, fluffy massages because she feels that most clients don’t want to be “petted” but want real, effective bodywork so that is what she delivers. One of the reasons she is so good at what she does is because she gets at least 1-2 massages a week herself so she knows what types of things work best and she has a better grasp of what things might feel awesome to her clients. She is convinced that the reason so many other massage therapists do not offer better massages is because they do not get massages themselves….
The business name Heavenly Healing Hands Massage Therapy: The name of the business, interestingly, was not something Donna chose herself. Rather, it resulted from a year of working on a lot of clients and clients continuing to tell her she had healing hands, a heavenly touch, a soothing touch, etc. After much thought and consideration she adopted the name officially for her business.
A Personal Message from Donna C. Agrinsonis, LMT: It took me over 10 years to decide to become a massage therapist. The first time I received a massage was the result of a spa gift package that I received one year that I broke up into a series of massages. After the first massage I was hooked and I can, to this day, recall thinking “I could do this. I would love to work in this type of environment and help people to feel better and get rid of their stress.”
?Over the years, I have gotten countless massages including relaxation massage, therapeutic and sports massage, and it is rare for me to find a massage therapist who truly gives a great massage all around. Most of the massage therapists who have worked on me do a few things really well but then lack in several areas. Most of them do not listen to what you tell them. Many do not cover the full body (excluding obvious areas). Many will do the feet but then leave out the glutes or they will do half-hearted work on the neck and shoulders – the area where most people hold most of their stress. It is very rare that a therapist has done a complete full foot massage unless I went to a place where that was all they offered. I have had therapeutic massage done at a time when I was already in pain and ended up hurting for two weeks afterwards. Or better yet, I will go in for a relaxation massage only to have the therapist do a lot of techniques that are anything but relaxing or talk to me the entire time I am there. It has been very difficult to find good bodywork and therapists who are consistent in everything that they do and who gives a truly awesome massage.
Health and wellness:
Staying healthy has always been an interest of mine and massage therapy caught my attention because of all the natural benefits it provides and the way it effectively deals with pain, stress and fatigue. The experience of stress headaches and anxiety in the earlier part of my life caused this learned knowledge of relieving the body of toxins through massage therapy to be of great importance to me.
We now have four (4) therapists who work with us who assist with doing couples massages, prenatal, regular office sessions and hotel massage. We are very unusual in that we ONLY utilize seasoned massage therapists who have a proven track record for doing excellent bodywork.
It is my belief that the human body is an awesome creation and that has the inherent ability to heal itself. I believe that massage is one of the most powerful ways that we can speed up the healing process and that the body should be treated as a whole rather than dealt with in parts. This is why I always seek to integrate the whole body. If one part of a person’s body is tense then it could affect another part. If one part is in pain it will inevitably affect either a neighboring muscle or the opposite side of the body will overcompensate for it. So I believe in first balancing the body and then dealing with specific pain issues as needed. This has worked very well for my clients.
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