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BACKSTORY OF WES

It began 22 years ago with an accident resulting in back surgery. Physical therapy was my introduction to massage therapy. However, due to physical complications I allowed pain to take over my life and before I knew it, I was an inactive, extremely overweight, unhealthy person.

In 2011, I had a wakeup call when the lives of two close family members were affected by lung cancer. Fighting for their life, I realized like so many people needing therapy for pain management, I needed to fight for mine. I dedicated my life to learning proper nutrition, how foods affect inflammation of the body, and how physical activity and massage therapy can benefit everyone; from those with stress related tension to those whose lives are being overtaken by severe pain. Thanks to massage therapy, changes to my diet, and a lot of hard work, I am now able to once again enjoy fishing, bowling, exercising, hiking, camping, etc.

In June 2014, I realized my dream and graduated from Hill College’s Massage Therapy program and was soon licensed by the State of Texas to perform therapeutic massage. In February 2015, I was blessed to be hired on as the licensed massage therapist at the University of Texas at Arlington.

WHY MASSAGE THERAPY?

I am dedicated to using my massage therapy training to help people prevent pain and recover from the pitfalls I suffered as a result of pain. I believe in treating the whole body, not just the symptoms.

I currently employ, depending on which techniques best benefit my client, the following:

  • Swedish massage
  • Deep tissue
  • Reflexology
  • Stretching
  • Sports Massage
  • Ice and Hot Stone
  • Trigger Point

I continue to study different modalities to enhance my clients' experience and speed their recovery. Whether it is an injury you are recovering from, regular maintenance to prevent an injury, or stress relief you are seeking, I will always do my best to help you achieve the desired results.

HOURS OF AVAILABILITY

Summer: Monday - Friday 9am - 9pm

Spring and Fall: Monday - Friday 9am - 9pm & Saturday 1pm-5pm