Teresa Morden

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  • STATE_LICENSE, WI #4981146


  • Blue Sky School of Professions Massage & Therapeutic Bodywork: Madison


Bodywork & Massage

  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Hot Stone Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Neuromuscular Massage

Teresa Morden

Feel good - Massage works!

Teresa's passion lies in communicating and problem solving with clients to get out of pain. She has been a practicing massage therapist since 2008, and continues to advance her knowledge of anatomy, kinesiology, chronic pain, movement, and neuromuscular therapy through attending and teach assisting the Precision Neuromuscular Therapy Seminars as developed by Doug Nelson.

She also currently offers hot-stone and Swedish massage, and is very enthusiastic about women's health and wellness, includ... more

Where I Work

Lightwork Therapeutic Massage  

204 E Capitol Dr, , Map it





Blue Sky School of Professions Massage & Therapeutic Bodywork: Madison
Medical Track


Notable Experiences

Chair Massage
-I've had corporate chair massage clients -I have performed chair massage at farmer's markets
I have been studying Precision Neuromuscular Therapy (PNMT) on an ongoing basis since I was a massage student in 2007. I currently spend my weekends teach assisting these seminars. I am in the process of becoming certified in this work. This is where my passion lies. I attended the PNMT Colloquium in Champagne, IL in 2011, and will attend the 2013 bi-annual Colloquium, as well.
Hot Stone Massage
I took training in Hot Stone Massage in the fall of 2012, and have found that my Swedish massage clients absolutely love it as a supplement to their regular massage.
I have been practicing Swedish massage since I was a massage student in 2007.
Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger Point Therapy is a tool that is used during a massage session focused around Precision Neuromuscular Therapy. Trigger points can refer pain to other places in the body. When utilizing trigger point therapy as a tool to assist patients out of pain, I communicate with the patient to be sure we are replicating the exact pain that brought the person in.
Being that I was pregnant all through massage school (baby was born three days before graduation), I know first-hand how AMAZING pregnancy massage feels. I have a sort of passion for this work, as I found it to be very helpful to alleviate the aches and pains associated with carrying a baby. I love working with mommas-to-be, because I know how good they feel when they get off the table.