“HELPING YOU BREAK THE CYCLE OF PAIN”
Welcome to my Website!
If you’re looking for a professional massage therapist, you’ve come to the right place.
I am trained in a variety of modalities, and you can click on Services to learn more about the various techniques I use in my work.
Also, if you’d like to request an appointment with me, just click on Request a Session. I will call you back to confirm the details of your appointment, and also answer any questions you might have.
Thanks for visiting, and have a great day!
THIS IS A NON EROTIC MASSAGE. PROPER DRAPING AND UNDERGARMENTS ARE REQUIRED!
My name is Stacey Chisholm and I am a Nationally Board Certified Massage Therapist. At the young age of forty six, I became interested in massage following a serious car accident. After reviewing and visiting a few schools, I chose to attend the International Academy in South Daytona Beach, Florida.
I started school in October of 2007 and graduated in March of 2008. Proudly graduating with very high standards, I was the first in my class to complete all requirements and pass the state board exam and I became a licensed massage therapist. Massage therapy came to me very naturally, not to mention I absolutely love it. Finally discovering massage, I felt it is what I was born to do.
I recently relocated and opened a massage clinic in AA Spa & Nails, located on Third Avenue in beautiful New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
One of the main reasons I chose to become a massage therapist is because I truly believe it is the most beneficial and therapeutic method for our bodies. There are so many reasons one should receive a massage, whether it is a chronic pain stage or just for pure relaxation. I really enjoy helping people feel relaxed and pain free, whatever their case may be.
Massage therapy will make a difference in your life. So schedule your massage today and be on your way to a healthy way of living.
Stacey Chisholm, L.M.T.
Now certified in rotator cuff issues and specializing in sciatica issues!
- Swedish Massage is a very relaxing and therapeutic style of bodywork. It combines oils or lotion with an array of strokes such as rolling, kneading, and percussion to help the body improve its circulation. The benefits of this type of bodywork are wide-ranging and include relief from aches and pains, decreased stress levels in the body, enhanced mental clarity, improved appearance, and greater flexibility.
Hot Stone Therapy
- Stone Therapy is a type of bodywork that uses deep penetrating heat and/or alternating cold from specialized stones. The physiological benefits of alternating hot and cold to the body have long been scientifically and medically proven. Stone Therapy delivers a profound expansion and contraction inside your circulatory system, improving the function of your lymphatic and immune systems, and enhancing your body’s self-healing mechanisms. This style of bodywork takes you into deep states of relaxation, releasing stress and anxiety, detoxifying the body, and balancing your nervous system.
Deep Tissue Massage
- Deep Tissue massage therapy is similar to Swedish but deeper pressure is beneficial in relaxing chronic muscle tension. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tendons and fascia bones and joints.
Why Massage Therapy?
What Is Massage Therapy?
Massage therapy is recognized as one of the oldest methods of healing, with references in medical texts nearly 4,000 years old. In fact, Hippocrates, known as the “father of medicine,” referenced massage when he wrote, in the 4th century B.C.: “The physician must be acquainted with many things, and assuredly with rubbing.”
Now days, in addition to “rubbing,” massage therapy, often referred to as bodywork or somatic therapy, refers to the application of various techniques to the muscular structure and soft tissues of the body that include applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, vibration, rocking, friction, kneading and compression using primarily the hands, although massage therapists do use other areas of the body, such as the forearms, elbows or feet. All of the techniques are used for the benefit of the musculoskeletal, circulatory-lymphatic, nervous, and other systems of the body. In fact, massage therapy positively influences the overall health and well-being of the client:
Physical and Mental Benefits
- relaxes the whole body
- loosens tight muscles
- relieves tired and aching muscles
- increases flexibility and range of motion
- diminishes chronic pain
- calms the nervous system
- lowers blood pressure
- lowers heart rate
- enhances skin tone
- assists in recovery from injuries and illness
- strengthens the immune system
- reduces tension headaches
- reduces mental stress
- improves concentration
- promotes restful sleep
- aids in mental relaxation
Learn more about specific massage techniques and related terms by visiting http://www.massagetoday.com/.
As a ballet dancer, I experience many aches and pains. After a few minutes of Stacey working on my neck and back, I felt extremely relaxed and relieved. She is amazing!Leah S.
I have called on Stacey twice for two different problems, my back and my arm. I am 25 years old and have been riding horses since I was young, therefore causing many back problems. Stacey came right over and worked on me for 45 minutes to an hour. My back has not hurt since. The second time I had her come was for a very sharp pain in my arm due to holding my children. She used a few different methods and, with a little rest from holding my kids the next day, I had no pain. I recommend Stacey to anyone with pain. Massage Therapy is very effective and I back her 100%.Melissa A.
Being a Lifeguard, I have many back problems from sitting in a hard chair all day. One day I made it worse by going horseback riding. I was so sore I couldn’t move. I almost called work and told them I could not come in because the pain was so bad. So, I decided to ask Stacey for help. She worked on me for about 45 minutes and by the time I got off the table I had no pain at all. She even helped my previous back problems. I will definitely be visiting Stacey again in the future.Kathleen B.
I started going to Stacey about 2 months ago because of severe headaches (migraines). Due to the massages, my headaches are completely gone and I’m off of prescription drugs. Stacey is a true professional in every way! I would highly recommend her services.Robert D.
Stacey has exhibited great skills whenever I have gone to her for a massage. She makes me feel my wellness is her top priority.Scott B.
I have had back problems for along time. I started going to a chiropractor for about two days a week for two weeks. When I did not see results, I asked why. The chiropractor told me to just give it some more time. Well, I don’t like to waste my money and I could not take the pain anymore. So, I went to Stacey. After a 30 minute massage from Stacey, my back never felt better. Thank you so much Stacey! I won’t use anyone else.Larry
Stacey Chisholm | (386) 316-5313
Ready to take advantage of the therapeutic and stress relieving benefits of massage therapy with Kneaded Massage? Feel free to call and schedule an appointment or feel free to fill out the request form below. Stacey will return your email as soon as possible to let you know the availability of your requested date and schedule your appointment.
If you are a first time customer, please print and fill out the Client Information Packet and bring it with you to your first session.
Tuesday 10:00-5:00 | Wednesday 10:00-5:00
Friday 10:00-5:00 | Saturday 10:00-5:00
About the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) is the largest 501 c non-profit professional organization of massage therapists in the United States, although there are other professional organizations such as the Associated Massage and Bodywork Professionals (ABMP).
The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) is the only national certifying group of massage therapists in the United States. This is the test that professional massage therapists take in the US even if their states don’t offer licensure, in an effort to demonstrate their knowledge. Over 34 U.S. states currently use it as a requirement for their state license as well. The certification earned by successful completion of the NCBTMB exam produced by the NCBTMB is NCTMB.
Visit http://www.ncbtmb.org/ for more information.