Paul is originally from Westchester, New York. He moved to Wisconsin in 2002 to raise a family with his wife of 10 years, Jessi. They have 3 children Gabriel (8), Isabella (6), and Carson (2).
Paul graduated with an Associate's Degree from the New York College of Health Professions, located in Syosset, N.Y. Has been in practice for the past 10 years.
Paul was one of the first instructors of The Therapeutic Massage Program at WITC. He has been the Spa Director at, the world renown resort, Canoe Bay for the past 8 years.
Types of Massages offered:
~Swedish Relaxation: a massage that incorporates the five basic strokes of massage; effleurage, petrissage, tapotement, friction and vibration. A nice massage that will calm and rejuvenate.
~Medical: a massage that is tailored specifically to the client's medical needs. Focusing on anything from chronic back pain and strained muscles to post operative surgeries.
~Sports massage: focuses on the individual's sports and major muscles groups involved with that sport. Helps the athlete obtain optimum performance in three phases:
~Training: Helps athlete train injury free by keeping muscle flexibility and pliability.
~Pre Event: massage that is usually done on location that prepares the athlete for the upcoming event. Performed 15-30 minutes before the competition. A great compliment to the warm up period.
~Post event: helps eliminate the metabolic waste that is generated from the strenuous activities. Also calms and re-hydrates the muscle tissue. Also increases lymphatic fluid circulation which aids in muscle healing.
~Chair Massage: A fast and easy way to enjoy the benefits of massage. Performed on location or in office. Great for businesses to implement as part of their health and wellness program. This massage typically focuses on the back, shoulders, head and neck. This massage is performed on an ergonomically designed chair with the client fully dressed. No oils or lotions are used.
~Prenatal: performed using 3 pillows to support the back and during the side lying position.
*Improves skin elasticity that can help reduce stretch marks
*Helps reduce swelling in such places as hands and lower legs
*Can alleviate the stress on weight-bearing joints, like the knees, which are impacted by the extra weight of a growing baby
*Promotes relaxation and deep breathing
*Helps stabilize hormone levels by lessening anxiety
~Deep Tissue/Trigger Point: a very focused therapy that uses specific techniques to help break up chronic muscles adhesions and scar tissue.