Kelli L. Davila
Kelli has an intuitive ability to locate and treat the affected areas and sore muscles in the body. She does this with her signature therapeutic massage that combines Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue, Swedish, and Lomi Lomi techniques into a single 60-75 minute treatment.
Kelli is a certified Massage Therapist, licensed Esthetician, and First Line Therapy Health Care practitioner. Kelli decided to pursue massage therapy after a family member suffered a stroke and was partially paralyzed. Through touch therapy, she noticed he was more cognizant and was recovering faster. Believing that there was something to this, she left a lucrative career in the insurance industry and pursued massage studies at Abraham's Massage School. She enjoyed the externship hours that took the students out into the community to treat elderly clients in senior homes with chair massage, hand and scalp massage. Kelli took it a step further and went to Paul Mitchell Partner School of Modesto to learn and become licensed in skincare. She is able to incorporate lymph drainage techniques and acupressure with relaxing facials. This combined treatment allows the person to release any toxic load or heavy metals burdening the body and decrease edema.
Recently Kelli traveled to Seattle to become a certified First Line Therapy Practitioner. She was taught by a host of outstanding medical doctors including the founding father of Functional Medicine, Dr. Geoffrey Bland, author of "Disease Delusion." Kelli believes wellness starts on the inside, "What we put in our bodies and the environmental toxins that we are exposed to on a daily basis affects our skin, the largest organ of the body."
She educates her clients on proper nutrition, self-care, home care, and makes recommendations on specific therapies that are beneficial to health and well-being.
This combined wellness treatment facilitates Kelli to help her clients escape pain and enjoy life! When she is not helping her clients at the office, she is spending time with her new granddaughter, Taralynn.