I strongly believe that massage therapy is a necessity and not a luxury. Everyone can benefit by incorporating massage into their lives. I strive to personalize each of my treatments so that my clients receive the work that best fits their body’s needs.
Morgan Leavitt is a Clinical Massage Therapist and Certified Medical Massage Practitioner, licensed by the state of Illinois and board certified by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She is a 2009 graduate of The Soma Institute - The National School of Clinical Massage Therapy in Chicago, and attended Soma’s Master C... more
Morgan Leavitt is a Clinical Massage Therapist and Certified Medical Massage Practitioner, licensed by the state of Illinois and board certified by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She is a 2009 graduate of The Soma Institute - The National School of Clinical Massage Therapy in Chicago, and attended Soma’s Master Clinical Massage Therapy program. She has worked in private practice, alongside alternative healthcare professionals in medical and wellness clinics, and as a massage research specialist at The University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Applied Health Sciences.
Morgan believes that massage and bodywork can help reduce the intensity of one’s pain, promote good posture, blood flow and breathing, and improve overall quality of life. She utilizes deep tissue techniques, neuromuscular therapy, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, massage cupping, and corrective breathing to modify structural imbalances, reduce poor postural habits, and stimulate the healing process, providing a respite from chronic pain and dysfunction.
Whether it’s regarding stress or headaches, recovery from an accident or injury, or that final push to run a personal best at the Chicago Marathon, Morgan adapts to the needs of the patient and their unique condition, to help them accomplish their health, wellness and recovery goals.
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