For the love of Massage. Massage Therapy began during my early years as an athlete. I was the first person in the history of my Junior High School to compete in every sport two years in a row. All the hard work I put into each sport put hard knots into my body. I began asking everyone for massages and in return I would massage them. By the time I graduated from High School, I had a Masters in Trigger Point Therapy and Chair Massage. Opportunities in the most unlikely places. Although my dream of becoming a MT was put on pause to fulfill a degree at the University of Sam Houston State. During that time, I had become a member of their Rockwall Staff in their Outdoor Recreation Program. The experience was more than I ever hoped for. I went back to my old habits of exchanging massages as frequently as possible. Over three years experience, I developed in their program and now I have the finger and body strength to express my passion for massage. As well as, further my ambition to bring together mind, body, and massage. When Passion meets Profession. I never gave up on my dream to become a Massage Therapist. Within two months of being home from college, I enrolled in Massage Therapy School from Milan Institute. I was able to develop my skill and expand on modalities. I stayed late, arrived early, and volunteered whenever possible to graduate with 908 hours; surpassing the expectation of a typical graduate with 740 hours. I was even awarded for the month of February, "Most Services." At that time, I was lucky enough to be working at a Massage Spa. On the occasion, I would have a double shift in clinic performing eight massages, and then head to work after for another four hours. From experiencing the field of massage first hand, I've learned certain principles in practicing massage. Effleurage. Mind. Body. Massage. Effleurage, the Aloha of massage, bringing a warm welcome through the touch of healing. Today, I practice as a mobile therapist. I setup, massage, and pack up all within the comfort of your own home. The rules and regulations from working in a spa taught me I want to do things differently. Running clients through like an assembly line wasn't my idea of relaxation. Now, I have the ability to work on the needs of clients with an emphasis on the Therapeutic side of massage. At the close of the massage, the client does not have to worry about driving or stressing the body. Just relax... Scheduling A Massage. Call or text to schedule an appointment, (661) 889-4002. A week in advance is prefered to lock-in a scheduled time. $100 per session. Most massages are about 2-3 hours. This allows me to work on your body through what you and I feel necessary. The best part is that it is not restricted to a time limit! So sit back, relax and enjoy a massage. Effleurage, Amanda Hernandez Massage Therapist
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