This technique offers the most benefits, and requires the least amount of time and transition. – Kirsten
About the Massage: Chair or table massage (15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes)
Time and Location: typically 9 AM to 3 PM; Thursdays in Waterman 123D, Fridays at 109 Prospect St., Room 004.
Cost: $12 for 15 minutes; $25 for 30 min; $40 for 45 min; $50 for 60 min – cash or check
2015-2016 Schedule in Waterman:
This form of massage requires no disrobing and can be beneficial in sessions as short as 15 minutes. e-Mail Wiley.Kirsten@gmail.com for more information.
Free demonstration sessions are available for people who have not experienced integrated Swedish/Tuina massage.
To register, use the online scheduling feature at www.kirstenwiley.com. Click on UVM schedule and follow the instructions. The calendar defaults to 15-minute appointments unless you click on a different session length, (the buttons are directly under the calendar). Sessions can be created in quarter-hour increments.
A liability waiver must be completed by each participant. Please download the form here, complete, and turn into Kirsten at your first appointment.
Cancellation/Late/Missed Appointment Policy: If you are late, full fee is still expected for your remaining appointment time. If appointments are missed with less than 24 hours' notice, non-rebookable time must still be paid in full. (Contact Kirsten at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 802-839-6228.)
On-site massage is highly popular for many reasons:
Kirsten Wiley is a nationally Certified Massage Therapist. She writes:
With over 20 years of massage experience, I remain continuously impressed by the transformative effects of massage. I began with chair massage, as a receiver. I experienced not only a relief from headaches, but also a boost in energy and morale. After training at the Vermont Massage Institute in Burlington, I set up my first practice in a physical therapy office where I was positively influenced by the work of the skilled therapists . . . . In 2007 I trained at the Sports Medicine Hospital in Beijing where I studied Tui Na (pronounced twai-nah). Tui Na has enormous potential to relieve pain and energize. I look forward to bringing this service into the workplace. This technique offers the most benefits, and requires the least amount of time and transition. My strong background in anatomy, and my knowledge of multiple relaxation and stimulation techniques helps me find areas of stress and address them efficiently.