Our mission at Louisiana Massage Therapy Clinic is to provide a calm and welcoming atmosphere so that you can benefit from our professional, therapeutic treatments. All Of our therapists are registered, each with a unique skill set, and individual massage style.
Mrs. Chunying Li is the Lead Massage Therapist LA8687 and Owner with her Husband . Chunying is a new generation of Chinese women who are trying to make a difference helping the community and changing the way that the community looks at Minority women from the Asian community.
We have two other therapists available on standbys for walk-ins. Please allow 15 minutes after arrival to start Massage Therapy session.
Chinese Massage Store have the most talented naturally ability people who are discipline and focus on the natural abilities that were handed down from there Parents, Grand Parents and five thousand years of evolution . A Chinese store can have a successful business in America and in China.
American Store have good Therapist too and they succeed in America, but they can’t succeed in China. People in China prefer there Chinese Massage Therapists.
Chinese People are very focus on family and good family Values. They are very clean and they are always working hard to learn new information and focus on working hard for there Children’s future and taking Care of there elderly Parents.
Near Cajun Field 3205 Johnston Street Lafayette La 70503. Massage Therapy 30 Minutes $40.00 60 minutes $60.00 90 minutes $90.00
After a fun-filled day celebrating Mardi Gras, listening to vibrant jazz in Cajun Field and exploring The Street of Lafayette , treat your body to a massage after a fun-filled day celebrating Mardi Gras, treat your body to a massage at Louisiana Massage Therapy Clinic at 3205 Johnston Street Lafayette Louisiana 70503.
Licensed Massage Therapists available Monday through Sunday 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Ask for Rachel Mitchell Licensed Massage Therapist LA8972
What is Pediatric Massage?
Massage is beneficial for people of all ages! Pediatric massage is for kids between the age of 1 and 18. Of course a massage session for a one year old is a lot different than one for an eighteen year old. Like all massage at Blaine Healing Arts Massage Therapy, pediatric massage is adapted to the specific needs of the individual. We work within the comfort level of the child and parent to provide the best possible care.
What is a Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist (CPMT)?
A CPMT is a massage therapist who has received advance training to provide massage to children with a variety of health care needs. Both Kari and Laura are trained to provide massage to children in our office as well as in hospital or hospice care. The training includes a variety of massage techniques for working with children with various physical, developmental, emotional, and mental challenges.
Benefits of Massage for Children and Adolescents
Improved muscle tone
Improved joint mobility and range of motion
Improved respiratory function
Improved sleep patterns
Improved gastrointestinal function (regular bowel movements)
Improved concentration and ability to stay on task
Assists in the recovery from injuries and accidents
Helps to treat and prevent sports related injuries
Benefits of Massage for Specific Conditions
Some of these conditions may require you to obtain permission from your child’s primary health care provider prior to massage.
Asthma:reduced hospitalizations, decrease in anxiety and stress hormone levels, improved peak air flow and pulmonary functions, possible reduction in need for inhalers
ADHD:Improved classroom behavior in the areas of the Conners Teacher Rating Scales on anxiety, daydreaming and hyperactivity
Autism Spectrum:less stereotypical behavior and more on-task and social relatedness behavior during play observations, improved sleep patterns
Cancer:release of serotonin and increase in natural killer cells, decreased anxiety and depression
Cerebral Palsy:reduced spasticity, gained more muscle flexibility and motor function and had more positive social interaction
Cystic Fibrosis:Reduced cortisol and norepinephrine levels, improved peak air flow readings
Diabetes:improved compliance with insulin and food regulation, improved mean glucose levels, symptomatic improvement and reduced parent anxiety
Down Syndrome:improved muscle tone and performance on motor tasks
Fibromyalgia:Reduced pain, depression and anxiety
HIV:release of serotonin and increase in natural killer cells, decreased anxiety and depression, increased weight gain, improved performance on the Brazelton Newborn Scale
Leukemia:increased white blood cell and neutrophil counts
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder:decreased anxiety
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD): decreased anxiety, increased acceptance of touch, relaxation, possible decreased frequency of meltdowns and feeling overwhelmed