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Deep Tissue Massage

This therapeutic massage is a combination of different techniques ideal for those who suffer from chronic tension and pain. This technique targets the painful “knots” built up in the muscles. Deep tissue massage improves circulation to flush toxins from the muscles, to promote healing and full body wellness. Myofascial Release uses specific techniques to stretch and repair the connective tissue between your muscles (fascia). It helps your body heal properly from chronic tension, pain and can restore range of motion.

Clinical Sports / Orth..

This advanced therapeutic Deep tissue massage session is perfect for rehabilitation of injuries and/ or remedial of acute and chronic conditions, this combination of modalities will target the athlete’s and injured needs. Whether to prepare the muscles for an event or to recover from an injury or post sport event. Techniques like advance stretches, range of motion, Trigger point therapy, myofascial release and scar tissue break down….are used to get you ready or to start recovery and strengthen the muscles.

Lypossage Massage

Lypossage is a Healthy, Holistic Body Contouring Treatment. It is an outcome based, non-invasive body contouring treatment that may help with temporarily diminishing the look of Cellulite. A Body Contouring and Cellulite Treattment that Deliver Measurable Results.

Deep Tissue Massage

This therapeutic massage is a combination of different techniques ideal for those who suffer from chronic tension and pain. This technique targets the painful “knots” built up in the muscles. Deep tissue massage improves circulation to flush toxins from the muscles, to promote healing and full body wellness. Myofascial Release uses specific techniques to stretch and repair the connective tissue between your muscles (fascia). It helps your body heal properly from chronic tension, pain and can restore range of motion.

Clinical Sports / Orth..​

This advanced therapeutic Deep tissue massage session is perfect for rehabilitation of injuries and/ or remedial of acute and chronic conditions, this combination of modalities will target the athlete’s and injured needs. Whether to prepare the muscles for an event or to recover from an injury or post sport event. Techniques like advance stretches, range of motion, Trigger point therapy, myofascial release and scar tissue break down….are used to get you ready or to start recovery and strengthen the muscles.

Lypossage Massage​

Lypossage is a Healthy, Holistic Body Contouring Treatment. It is an outcome based, non-invasive body contouring treatment that may help with temporarily diminishing the look of Cellulite. A Body Contouring and Cellulite Treattment that Deliver Measurable Results.

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What We Do

Bonjour et bienvenue to L’EVEIL Massage and Bodywork! The name L’EVEIL is French; it means “The Awakening” (the Awakening of all your senses)! That’s what I felt the first time I received a TRUE professional therapeutic massage; The Emotional and Physical Release I experienced in that moment changed my life. That’s what I try to share throughout every single customized session.

The Awakening of all your senses by bringing awareness to the body, mind and spirit. I love my studio and love what I do; but mostly I love that it is a sanctuary I get to share with YOU, my clients.

Escape into a world of total comfort, relaxation, and wellness. We take away the concept of “luxury” to replace it with “Wellness”, because Making you feel limitless again is our goal!


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Happy Clients

Amazing From the moment you walk into her doors, the ambience and her professionalism and sincere care. Priceless!!! I love my massage therapist!!!
by Iris on Apr 2022
Elie is THE BEST!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️
by Tracey on Mar 2022
Elie is knowledgeable and professional.
by Tom on Mar 2022
Elie has a phenomenal gift for massage and provides whatever tool is necessary for my physical relief.
by Sue on Mar 2022
Ellie always takes great care of me! Focusing on trouble spots and assisting me to take care of the problem through stretching or other modalities.
by Anonymous on Mar 2022
Amazing as usual! You will feel like a changed person after your treatment!
by Anonymous on Mar 2022
Elie is so talented and caring. Her deep tissue massages leave you feeling whole and restored.
by Nichole on Feb 2022
I recommend Elie to everyone! She is the greatest.
by Anonymous on Feb 2022
The BEST massage I have ever had, and I have had about 300… Elie always helps me to recover faster from long rides and crashes!
by Phil on Feb 2022
My wife went here for a prenatal massage. I hadn’t seen her so relaxed after the massage in years!
by Detlev on Feb 2022
A massage from Elie is life changing! Simply the best!
by Suzanne on Feb 2022
Highly recommend
by Kathy on Feb 2022
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Artificial Supplements – What you don’t know hurts you

The majority of supplements available on the market today are made artificially. These include vitamins, antioxidants, minerals and amino acids, among others. They can be taken in pill, capsule, tablet, powder or liquid form, and are made to mimic the way natural nutrients act in our bodies.

Largely because of the large number of fitness regimens cropping up as well as the accessibility of needed equipment, trainings, and support, bodybuilding and high-intensity fitness activities have turned into a fad. Aside from rigorous exercises, high-performance individuals rely on many different types of supplements to achieve their top form. But do these (mostly artificial) supplements really boost their users, or do they slowly break the body down?

According to the archives of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, about one in three people use supplements to enhance their diet. In fact, you do not need to be an athlete, bodybuilder, or the like to understand their importance—even nutritionists consider them as important tools of the trade.

In this light, it is not a wonder why supplements are getting more and more artificial in order to produce more and meet the growing demands. Though there are some valid arguments towards this (i.e., there are just some nutrients that are impossible to handle in their raw, natural forms), they in no way justify the dominance of artificial supplements in the market. For starters, synthetic nutrients are not typically as “bioavailable” or usable as their natural counterparts. They are made through processes that are vastly dissimilar from the natural metabolic processes plants and animals use. Due to this, the finished products are not immediately recognized by the body, causing them to be hard on the kidneys or are otherwise treated outright as toxins or foreign particles.

On top of the ready absorption benefits that natural supplements provide, consider the ways in which artificial supplements—say, vitamins—are made. Take Vitamin C, for example; one of the most widely-taken supplements. In its natural form, Vitamin C is readily available from citrus fruits, berries, and a lot more. Aside from its raw form, it is also combined with different flavonoids and specific phytonutrients that hasten and improve its absorption and utilization.

On the other hand, artificial Vitamin C (known to everyone as Ascorbic Acid) is isolated from a type of genetically modified corn sugar. This is then hydrogenated, and processed with acetone – the same chemical used to remove polish from your fingernails. When taken in this form, it is also isolated from the phytonutrients and flavonoids that help make it work.

Also look at the case of choline, a nutrient that is vital to the neural processes. In nature, choline is often grouped with (and hence is obtained along with) B vitamins. It is also combined with phosphate, assisting in its processes and also keeping fat cells and cell membranes in check. Artificially, however, choline (in the form of choline bitartarate) is made using ammonia, ethylene, and either hydrochloric acid or tartaric acid. Also, it lacks the natural phosphate components.

For those involved in high-intensity routines or regimens, Vitamin B12 is necessary in order to help in the body’s general metabolic processes. The only natural sources of Vitamin B12 are specific microorganisms such as micro-algae and perhaps some species of seaweed. Laboratories, however, have managed to isolate the vitamin in the form of cyanocobalamin. If the prefix “cyano-” racked you a bit, you would be right—it is made from a fermentation process that involves cobalt and cyanide.

There is much to be said about going all-natural, but it must be emphasized that it is more than simply buying non-GMO food items. It also means committing to remove everyone’s intake of artificial foods at every level. Thankfully, several websites and online communities can help by making all-natural food items available to every person. A few clicks and you’re on your way to a revolution, towards a healthier body and lifestyle.

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