Christine Harrison, LMT
Studied at Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage Syracuse, New York.
Christine brings a wealth of knowledge to her massage profession with her years of experience in the corporate world. She has always been in a role that is Customer/Client focused on problem solving or solution creation. This experience allows her to listen to her clients and present a treatment plan that helps her clients reach their health goals. Christine’s work experience before becoming a massage therapist aids in her understanding of “what makes people hurt.” Whether you are at a desk most of your day, or you drive for a living, or you are a laborer and use your body to do your job, she can help you understand what is making you hurt and how to make adjustments in your day to help decrease discomfort. Massage is a healthful way to address pain without shots, surgery, or medications.
Christine has been practicing at Cunningham Chiropractic for 4 years and has now expanding her practice into the front of the building to allow 3 other therapist’s space to work. A big part of Christine’s practice has been to give back to Veterans by volunteering and working with Veterans. Christine is working on her Specialty Certificate in Military Veteran Massage. This program is the first of its kind in our country and allows Veterans to get massage. Christine accepts Workers Comp, No Fault, Flex Spend, Credit or of course, Cash.
Joshua Reyes, LMT
Joshua Reyes is an LMT and graduate of the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in Syracuse. He has also completed training for Thai Massage in Costa Rica from Vicki Ramsdell, working with the LMT Success Group. He has been employed by the Skana Resort Spa at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino since 2013, and has also worked at various spas and gyms in the Syracuse area. He has recently decided to bring his unique massage approach to Every Body Massage at Cunningham Chiropractic. Joshua’s massage technique incorporates Thai massage training into his traditional massage to provide a multi-faceted, longer lasting massage experience.
Traditional Thai Massage, also known as Thai Yoga Massage, is a traditional healing therapy from Thailand. It consists of a flow of stretches, compressions, rocking, and holds that open the joint spaces, and elongate muscles naturally. Joshua combines this technique with trigger point massage, orthopedic techniques, relaxing Swedish massage into what he calls Realign Massage Therapy. This allows for deeper work with less pain, balancing work with less discomfort, and naturally increased flexibility. This combination of relaxing techniques, elongating and stretching techniques, deep focus work, and intuitive, detail oriented approach, focuses on return the bodies structures back to proper alignment. When realignment is achieved, optimal relaxation is felt, physical performance is maximized, and recovery is aided.
David Hanas, MS, LMT, CHT
Has moved to Syracuse a year ago, and before that had been practicing in Rochester, New York. He started Muscle Pain Therapy 23 years ago. He has lived in the upstate region most of his life and enjoys the beauty that is posses. His joy of the region is the Finger Lakes and the fun it offers. Before starting Muscle Pain Therapy practice, David had worked with athletes with injuries, a strength coach and coached swimming at the college and age group level. He had worked with runners, volley ball players, triathletes , hockey players and many other types of athletes.
Is a graduate of:
Western Illinois University: earned his graduate and under graduate degrees.
Finger Lakes School of Massage Florida School of Massage: earned his therapeutic massage certification, and licensing through New York State Board.
David’s experience in pain management extends over 30 years. He has a Master Degree in Kinesiology and is a Licensed Therapeutic Massage Therapist. Has training in Orthopedic Massage and many other forms of manual therapies, certified: hypnotherapist, fitness specialist and hydrotherapy. He has also studied over seas in Thailand.
He works with all age groups using manual therapies and kinesiology to restore muscle patterns, relieving pain and stress.
Muscle Pain Therapy is a treatment that helps break up your pain cycle restoring your muscle tissue to a healthier state. I work with patients that deal with chronic pain syndrome, sport injuries. Chronic shoulder, elbow, knee, back and neck pain. I also work with carpal tunnel, connective tissue disorder and unexplainable chronic pain. See musclepaintherapy.com
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Lorrie Mathewson, RMT, LMT
Lorri Mathewson, RMT, LMT has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for over 26 years. She took her two-year training in massage at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and became registered in Ontario in 1992 and Licensed in NYS in 1995. She specializes in medical massage and rehabilitation massage as well as relaxation and stress reduction. She has worked with referrals from chiropractors and physicians to treat No-Fault MVA-related musculoskeletal injuries and trauma. She utilizes sound healing with tuning forks and the use of gem stones in her massage treatments to facilitate healing in the physical, mental and emotional levels. Lorri also taught massage for ten years at the Buffalo, Syracuse and Rochester massage schools. She has had a successful massage practice in the Western New York area and relocated to Syracuse in 2015 where she is now working at EveryBody Massage Center. You may consult her website for more information at LorriMassage.com.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday by appointment only.
I am flexible and can accommodate massage sessions according to your scheduling needs.
- 30-minute sessions $40
- 45-minute sessions $55
- 60-minute sessions $70