Melissa Windle

  • OH License #: 33.021434
  • OH License #: 011117

Feel better. Live better.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Fitness Management (Capital University)

Ohio State Medical Board Licensed Medical Massage Therapist (DSMM)

Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Licensed Esthetician (The Spa School)

Personal Training Certification (AFAA)




Experience

Worked as an Exercise Specialist at Community Hospital’s Center for Wellness and Fitness (included wellness and fitness for the general public, cardiac rehab patients & physical therapy patients).

Worked at Physiotherapy...

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Fitness Management (Capital University)

Ohio State Medical Board Licensed Medical Massage Therapist (DSMM)

Ohio State Board of Cosmetology Licensed Esthetician (The Spa School)

Personal Training Certification (AFAA)




Experience

Worked as an Exercise Specialist at Community Hospital’s Center for Wellness and Fitness (included wellness and fitness for the general public, cardiac rehab patients & physical therapy patients).

Worked at Physiotherapy Associates as a Physical Therapy Aide. Assisted patients through their therapy routines assigned by the Physical Therapist.

Worked at The Jacob Neal Salon & Spa in Columbus, Ohio as an Esthetician.

Worked at Harris HealthTrends, Inc. A health management company that set up company employees on individualized wellness programs. Worked also as a smoking cessation specialist.

Worked at Anytime Fitness as an On-Site Manager, sold memberships, maintained facility and taught boot camp fitness classes.

Trained in Swedish Massage, Orthopedic Massage, Trigger Point Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release & Neuromuscular Therapy.

Member of the AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association).


Goals

It’s really simple. I want to help YOU feel better physically, physiologically and mentally. INCREASED CIRCULATION is the primary benefit of massage. Chronic tension produces chronic tightness in the muscular system. Increased circulation allows more oxygen and nutrients to reach the cells and tissues, which helps to eliminate those "knots" we associate with tight muscles. RELAXATION is a secondary effect of massage. Massage triggers the parasympathetic branch of the nervous system. This action sends messages to the body to relax, slow down and take a deep breath. Massage stimulates the relaxation response, resulting in the release of muscle tension, increased circulation and activation of sensory receptors.

“Just adding massage makes such an incredible difference. In everything we’ve done, massage is significantly effective. There’s not a single condition we’ve looked at—including cancer—that hasn’t responded positively to massage.”                               


               ~ Tiffany Field, Ph.D. (Massage Research Institute)

    

                               

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Where I Work
Licenses
Massage

OH # 33.021434

Esthetician

OH # 011117

Education
2013

Dayton School of Medical Massage

Medical Massage

2001

The Spa School

Managing Esthetician

1999

Capital University

BA - Health & Fitness Management

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

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