Our staff at TWC make each client feel at home and have an exceptional experience.
We are all fully devoted to each clients’ wellness. The TWC massage therapists are truly talented, friendly, compassionate women, with a magic touch. Our therapists have taken many advanced seminars in different massage modalities like Neuromuscular, Myofascial Release and Lymphatic Drainage to name a few.
Our acupuncturist offers her many years of experience and great talents here at the TWC. Our front desk staff is organized, friendly and helpful with booking your appointments and answering any questions you may have.
Christina Reed has been with the company since April 0f 2017. She’s a huge asset to our company and makes sure your time and scheduling at TWC is perfect.
Meride Dooriss also works our front desk to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Karin Whitbeck, Owner, LMT
Years ago a friend asked me if I have ever thought about Massage Therapy as a career? My answer was NO! He must have seen a quality in me and I took that to heart and trusted he was on to something and invested in an introductory class in massage. I was HOOKED!
I love the joy and connection I get with my clients. To help them return to doing what they love after being in pain for so long is very rewarding. A big part of my work is to teach my clients to listen to their bodies, know what to do with that information, focus and take action. The most inspiring part is to see my client when they “Get it.”
Taking a look at the whole puzzle (where the problem stems from) vs just a piece (the current pain or symptom) is where our journey begins, TOGETHER! With Bodywork and BodyMind Coaching, you can begin to move forward towards the life you have been dreaming of. I work with clients that are ready to do the work and invest in themselves. They understand I can’t do it for them. They have to do their part to get to the other side with a new outlook on life!
I received my massage license in 1994 and I believe it’s important to continue investing in my education and myself. To always continue learning and growing with my profession. Some of the modalities in my ‘tool box’ are Myofascial release, CranioSacral therapy, Whole Body View, Lymphatic Drainage and BodyMind Coaching. A combination of techniques are used to ensure the best experience and result at every massage treatment. Clients comment that my massages are ‘very different’ than others they have had.
One of my favorite things to do is boating. I love the water and that probably has something to do with where I was born. My parents were boaters too. While on vacation, my Mother told my Father that the baby is coming, (she’s a nurse) and told him what to do. I was born on the boat, almost 3 weeks early…oops!
Kathleen Kelley-Wildeboer, LMT
License #: MA 23951
Graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of arts in Education. She also studied at the University of Connecticut- Sports Medicine Research Program. In 1996 she completed the massage therapy program at the Sarasota School of Massage Therapy, and has been working in the massage field since. Certified in Neuromuscular therapy and continuing education in Myofascial Release, Ortopedic, CranioSacral and Medi Cupping to name a few.
Lorraine "Lorrie" Ross, LMT, CMMP, BCTMB
Those are the questions that I will ask you. I sincerely want to know where your aches and pains are and how I can help to improve your quality of life. My clinical and customized blend of massage/bodywork will address the key issues of tension and pain while relaxing your mind and body. This work; massage and bodywork, is what I love to do. I am grateful for the opportunity to work one on one with clients in a safe and healing environment. Massage Therapy may be just the treatment you need to reduce your pain and increase your range of motion. My goal is to improve your quality of life. I can help get you back on the golf course, tennis court or playing with grandchildren.
National Board Certification in Massage and Bodywork, Certified Medical Massage Practitioner, Total Motion Release© Clinician, Massage for People Living with Cancer, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports and Chair Massage. Member: FSMTA, FSSMT, AMTA, Fascia Research Society.
If you are interested and want to know more about Medical Massage or Total Motion Release® call and I can explain the process and how it might resolve or reduce medical issues for you.
Trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Eileen Chaleff-Wein is a Board Certified and Licensed Acupuncturist. Her training includes a degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, a certification from the International Acupuncture University in Beijing, China, and several internships in Sports Acupuncture, Oncological Support Acupuncture, Eastern Nutritional Techniques and Women’s Concerns. Eileen takes pride in her years of helping patients find balance in their overall health, while reducing and eliminating pain, regulating female cycles and hormonal imbalance, infertility resolution, and digestive issues. Through acupuncture, patients feel more in control of their health, and gain a positive attitude toward creating and attaining their life’s goals.
Also a Certified Professional Coach, Eileen works with groups and individuals so that they can discover the thoughts and ideas that block their happiness and, by planning ways to move forward, help them create a fulfilling and rewarding, value centered, life plan.
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Practicing massage therapy since 2002. Some of the modalities she incorporates into her massage are Reflexology, Deep tissue, Trigger Point therapy, Reiki, and Relaxing Essential oil muscular therapy. She is booking Half hours, Hours and 90 Minute massages. Call or text to schedule an appointment at 941-258-0769