Finding pathway to relaxation

Jeanne Stoelting of Massage Pathways LLC has joined Sherry Winkel as an independent massage therapist in Kiel.

Stoelting has been working since 2008 after finishing school at Fox Valley School of Massage. She is a licensed massage therapist and was nationally certified in 2008. She also is employed at JomaMaJi Salon and Spa in Sheboygan and GJ’s Salon in Two Rivers.

Her first career was in the dental field as an assistant to an orthodontist and is presently working as a hygienist in Two Rivers, keeping a balance between both careers. The dental field led her into massage because of issues with posture. Seeking massage as an aid to neck and back issues ultimately led to massage as a second career.

“There are so many paths you can take to maintaining health and staying healthy,” Stoelting said. “Massage can be generalized or very focused on specific issues of concern. The majority of people seeking massage do so due to injuries and musculoskeletal issues from all of life’s experiences, just keeping active with daily living. Neck, shoulders and low back issues seem to be the greater needs when seeking massage. Others use massage for relaxation, stress relief, circulation, aiding in all the systems of the body. Massage can reduce pain, release muscle tension, increase joint mobility, boost the immune system and so much more.”

In addition to relaxation massage, Stoelting provides hot stone treatments, hand and foot reflexology and myofascial release.

For more information call 894-7537 or (920) 286-0141; or call Sherry at Therapeutic Touch, 894-7976.