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15644 Madison Ave #105, Lakewood, OH 44107
(216) 221-8832

Coronavirus Update:
  
Due to the governor’s order In Carol’s Care will be closed for the time being.  I will comply with the State’s order as far as reopening the business. Please feel free to check back with me.
 
During this time I will be giving Wellness Consultations.  Strengthening immunity is my expertise as I have been living with an autoimmune condition for 20 years. I can provide you with a huge knowledge base for your toolbox during this difficult time to help keep you safe. I am not a medical professional and do not treat or diagnose any disease.   I am also offering The Standard Process Protocol for immune and viral support. Please call me for specific info on their protocol and for ordering.
  
I am also giving long distance Reiki and energy healing sessions.
 
Please call me for more info:  216 221-8832
 
Stay safe and healthy.  I miss every one of you and am looking forward to helping you in the near future.
 
Love to you,  Carol

Massage

Thai Massage
Sometimes described as having yoga done for you, Thai Massage is a hundreds-of-years-old style of body-mind-spirit care in Thailand that is a combination of stretching, acupressure and tissue compression/release. You relax and the practitioner does the work. The practitioner uses hands, forearms, elbows, knees and feet to stretch, press and support the recipient. It's done on a low mat on the floor with no disrobing. The Buddhist concept of metta, loving kindness, is sent to the recipient during the entire massage. This full body massage increases circulation, range of motion, and relaxation while harmonizing the body-mind's energetic flow. It is appropriate for athletes and exercise enthusiasts as well as office workers and those who do a lot of sitting/standing/repetitive motions.
Our talented massage practitioners are available on an on call basis. 
To schedule an appointment call (216) 221-8832.
Why Should I Be Concerned About My Colon?
Jessica Reddick
Jeremy Hutchison
Jessica was born and raised in Nebraska and has lived in Ohio since 2005. She made the decision in 2010 to take her career path in the same direction as her yoga path. Along the way she discovered Thai massage, which led her to complete a traditional Thai massage course, alongside her yoga teacher training program. Since then she has received a second 
I am passionate about massage, bodywork and all aspects of the natural world...using the elements to balance and sustain one's self. I study the wisdom of ancient healing as well as modern practices to align the body, mind and sprit. The Thai Yoga massage certification course opened the world to me. 


My expertise lies in doing slow and thorough 11/2 hour massages. As a Thai Yoga and a Relaxation Massage practitioner I use all my prior studies as well as my intuitive guidance to meet the needs of each individual client. 

At the Arizona School of Integrative studies I was introduced to modalities such as Craniosacral, Polarity, Myofacial, Neuromuscular, Sports, Connective Tissue, and Ayurveda Therapy. I received my diploma for completion of the 750 hour program in 2014. Currently I am working toward licensure in Ohio for massage therapy. Please call Carol regarding Thai Yoga sessions, packages as well as Relaxation Massage sessions.

certification in Thai massage. Prior to that her education and employ-ment were in the human services field. Jessica also has a strong interest in traditional medicine.

Thai Massage is a style of bodywork that involves acupressure, joint mobilization, and yoga-like stretches which helps to improve range of motion, as well as circulation. This form of bodywork is typically performed on a mat on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement. No oils are used in Thai massage. It is known in Thailand as "nuat phaen boran", literally, the ancient-manner massage.

Thai Massage
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Thai Massage
Sometimes described as having yoga done for you, Thai Massage is a hundreds-of-years-old style of body-mind-spirit care in Thailand that is a combination of stretching, acupressure and tissue compression/release. You relax and the practitioner does the work. The practitioner uses hands, forearms, elbows, knees and feet to stretch, press and support the recipient. It's done on a low mat on the floor with no disrobing. The Buddhist concept of metta, loving kindness, is sent to the recipient during the entire massage. This full body massage increases circulation, range of motion, and relaxation while harmonizing the body-mind's energetic flow. It is appropriate for athletes and exercise enthusiasts as well as office workers and those who do a lot of sitting/standing/repetitive motions.
What to do before a Colon Hydrotherapy session
Jessica Reddick
Jessica was born and raised in Nebraska and has lived in Ohio since 2005. She made the decision in 2010 to take her career path in the same direction as her yoga path. Along the way she discovered Thai massage, which led her to complete a traditional Thai massage course, alongside her yoga teacher training program. Since then she has received a second certification in Thai massage. Prior to that her education and employ-ment were in the human services field. Jessica also has a strong interest in traditional medicine.

Thai Massage is a style of bodywork that involves acupressure, joint mobilization, and yoga-like stretches which helps to improve range of motion, as well as circulation. This form of bodywork is typically performed on a mat on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement. No oils are used in Thai massage. It is known in Thailand as "nuat phaen boran", literally, the ancient-manner massage.

​Jessica is available on an on call basis. To schedule an appointment call us at (216) 221-8832
Jessica Reddick
Why Should I Be Concerned About My Colon?