Each therapist and bodyworker at Renu is a nurturing healer who is highly recommended.
Which Therapist Is Right for You?
Let our short quiz guide you!
Each therapist is nurturing, highly skilled, and has a unique style.
Olga has a great mix of styles and defaults to a strong medium pressure which feels just right to many. She is firm yet gentle and is not one to chit chat during her sessions. She is great with cupping therapy and clearing energy as part of her massage work.
Jenn has firm pressure and does deep tissue work. Jenn has also studied the John Barnes method of Myofascial Release and enjoys doing that kind of lighter work. Her techniques are a mix of East and West, and she enjoys using cupping therapy.
Amanda enjoys doing detail work on specific issues and taking her time on each area, so longer sessions are preferred. Amanda defaults to medium pressure but also enjoys deep tissue work and prenatal clients.
Amanda blends her own massage oil using natural oils that are good for the skin (coconut, beeswax, raw cacao butter). Amanda is quiet when she works but is fine with any conversation that arises.
Client’s describe Cy‘s massage as a conscientious smooth flow , with considerate painless relief & attentiveness . Myofascial techniques, attachment points & working with synergistic & antagonist pairs are effective approaches they like to use in sessions.
Brian excels at therapeutic massage and is a Certified Cupping Therapist. He will work with you in a firm yet nurturing way to achieve your session goals.
Brian is at Renu every other Saturday.
Rosalinda Sanchez integrates muscle activation, stretching, acupressure, among other techniques which assist the body in releasing. Rosalinda learned Traditional Chinese Medicine and Eastern techniques from East-West Healing Arts in Madison, and she is trained in the John Barnes method of Myofascial Release.
What kind of pressure do you prefer for your massage?
How do you feel about alternative Eastern techniques like cupping?
I have a preference about the gender of my massage therapist.
It’s important to me that my massage therapist is either a member of the LGBTQIA+ Community or has strong ties to it.
I want someone who has studied the John Barnes method of Myofascial Release.
I want a therapist who is from Europe and brings a different cultural influence to the session.
I’m interested in trying something different like CranioSacral Therapy or Reiki