All of our therapists & technicians work independently. Contact information is in their bio on the Staff Page.
They offer relaxation and/ or pain specific Massage Therapy, Ashiatsu Massage, Electrolysis Permanent Hair Removal, Skin Care, Lash extensions and More.
Margaret is a graduate of the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy and has been practicing massage since 1997. She founded "The Center" in Plymouth in 2000. She is nationally certified and licensed in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, Ashiatsu Oriental Bar massage, a Yoga Fit Instructor, willPower & grace Instructor, and a Infant Massage Instructor, working with parents & caregivers to teach the techniques of the Loving Touch Foundation. She also holds a certification in Positive Psychology through the Wholebeing Institute.
"After many years in the corporate world, and then running a busy restaurant, I've learned a little bit about stress & it's effects on us through the mind/body connection. Receiving bodywork helped me stay focused and healthy during those years and I want to be able to help others find well being though massage & yoga."
Margaret is actively practicing Ashiatsu Massage and Traditional Massage Therapy. She is also teaching individual yoga sessions, willPower & grace, and couples massage instruction.
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Mandi Bradford is a proud graduate of the Flint School of Therapeutic Massage with over 1,200 hours of training in massage therapy. Her courses of study include 600 hours of Basic Massage Therapy training in 2007 and 600 hours of Advanced Medical Massage training in 2008. In July of 2010 she completed training for Barefoot Basics Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy. She is continuing her education in this unique deep-tissue modality and is able to provide clients with the full-body Ashiatsu experience! Mandi's massage style would be considered integrative as she blends different massage techniques so your massage suites your specific needs. Choose from Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, and Prenatal Massage. Mandi is available for chair massage events and has success in doing them for baby showers, schools, and businesses.
Gift Certificates Available.
Sara Lepine - Certified Yoga Instructor
Sara became passionate about practicing yoga at The Center during the summer of 2016. She felt the positive changes that yoga brought to every aspect of her life. The Center cultivated her yoga practice through its warm and welcoming community of inspirational and authentic yogis (students and teachers alike). In the fall of 2016, Life & Teacher Training was offered in Michigan with Eric and Caren Paskel. Training was a opportunity to have a greater understanding of this life changing science and she felt it was an active pathway to healing her own emotional instabilities. Initially, teaching yoga was not the goal, but was the result of her enthusiasm for sharing this profound gift with others.
Sara is also a Jin Shin Jyutsu® Practitioner and Self-Help Instructor. Jin Shin Jyutsu® physio philosophy is an art which harmonizes the life energy of the body. It is practiced by gently placing fingertips (over clothing) on designated safety energy locks, to harmonize and restore energy flow. This facilitates the reduction of tension and stress which accumulate through normal daily living. The physical practice of yoga is a perfect compliment to this subtle art as both philosophies coincide.
Lynette with “Canton Electrolysis Clinic” Permanent hair removal I’ve been practicing for nearly 40 years state license and certified plus continued education training in all modalities of Electrolysis plus training in laser hair removal (however I’m not presently doing) With my knowledge training and experience I can guide you to the Best treatment plan Please call me at 734/397/9703 to schedule an appointment
Kisha's Practice within The Center is named Deft Bodywork.
At Deft BodyWork, we believe in improving your quality of life.
Focusing on pain management and injury recovery. We strive for a distinct balance between therapeutic and relaxation treatments. Recharging your mind and soothing your body. Passionate about the well-being of others, an integrative approach ensures you can feel confident in receiving a customized treatment plan for your needs.
Book Online: www.deftbodywork.com
Tel: 734 - 589 - 9897
Certified Cupping Therapist (CCT),
Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT)
Christa uses multiple techniques and methods blended together to achieve results that help you find relief from chronic pain and stress.
In her words...."I have always been drawn to healing by touch. I believe in the body's capacity for self-regulation and know it has an amazing ability to heal itself. I work with my clients in all aspects of their life to help them find the best health solution for them."
Book your session at Https://Destinationrenew.as.me/
Alyson’s classes embrace the mind, body, and spirit connection. Focusing on the breath to move you through your practice.
My soul honors your soul. I honor the place in you where the entire universe resides. I honor the light, love, truth, beauty and peace within you, because it is also within me. In sharing these things we are united, we are the same, we are one. -Namaste
LeAnne’s classes are dynamic and rigorous while deeply embedded with the priority of compassion and self-love. Her teaching style embraces the connectedness of mind, body, and breath with a playful spirit.
LeAnne holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish Education from Eastern Michigan University with a passion for teaching. She was drawn to teach yoga by the sense of connection and gratitude she felt in her own practice. Eager to share yoga with others, she completed her 200 Hour Life Power Yoga training while living in Denver, Colorado and is now certified in Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, and Slow Burn yoga. Her goal is to share the benefits of the practice in a way that is accessible to all: to meet people where they are, as they are. .
“Your breathing should flow gracefully, like a river, like a water snake crossing the water, and not like a chain of rugged mountains or the gallop of a horse. To master our breath is to be in control of our bodies and minds. Each time we find ourselves dispersed and find it difficult to gain control of ourselves by different means, the method of watching the breath should always be used.” -Thich Naht Hanh