Surround yourself with a healing community founded to help you to restore your mind, body, and spirit. We are highly trained, experienced therapists with a passion for creating health and wellness.
Tom Clift, LMT
Tom Clift graduated from Myotherapy College of Utah in 1999. His 15 years of experienced started in the spa industry with Green Valley Spa. There he focused on a variety of clients with injuries and health concerns. Using energy work, injury rehabilitation, and mental awareness he helped clients understand what is needed to overcome their health issues.
In 2001 Tom graduated from a teacher training course at Sensory Development Institute starting his path guiding students in massage. Tom worked from 2002-2005 at Sensory Development teaching Sports Massage, Swedish, Tuina, and Injury Massage. He continued to teach from 2005-2007 at South West Academy of Healing Arts. His classes included Anatomy & Physiology, Injury Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, and Advanced Massage. From there he taught Sports Massage, Anatomy & Physiology, Advanced Massage and Kinesiology at Healing Mountain Massage School. Tom continues to teach continuing education to advance the knowledge of massage therapists.
In 2005, after working with thousands of people at Green Valley Spa, Tom decided to open his own practice in a chiropractor’s office to continue to help clients heal. The experience gave him a better understanding of how injured joints, ligaments, tendons, ad tissue can release through massage.
With the collaboration of doctors, Tom felt he needed to advance his education of the body. He is currently working on a degree in Biology from Southern Utah University and integrating his new knowledge to better help his clients.
In 2010, Tom began to see a need to other massage therapists start their businesses. With this in mind he opened The Healing Tree and started his dream of bringing alternative and traditional medicine together under one roof. Hoping to bridge the gap of the two modalities so they could work in harmony with one another.
Christine Roelandt, LMT
Reggie Zerkle, LMT
Graduated from Massage School in 2009. Her experience includes working with a chiropractor, spa and many sporting events. Reggie has been teaching since 2011 and is also an Emotion Code Practitioner. She believes in giving the body what it needs to heal itself naturally.
STYLES OF MASSAGE
Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, noninvasive form of alternative medicine that deals with the movement of the fluid surrounding the skull and spine. Find relief from headaches, neck and back pain, TMJ and more.
Deep Tissue massage is similar to Swedish Massage but it is used to target knots and release chronic muscle tension. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons, and fascia. Benefits include reducing inflammation and scar tissue.
Manual Lymph Drainage is a gentle form of massage intended to support the natural flow of the body’s lymphatic system. It can improve the immune system, reduce general swelling and swelling from injuries, and improves the quality of skin.
MyoNeural Kinesis addresses all aspects of an individual’s body, mind, and spirit. It uses advanced massage techniques to realign the structure of the body via deep physical reconstruction of the soft tissue and teaching you how to maintain your body with exercise. This technique uses specialized energy work and visualization techniques to integrate the physical body to the mind and connect the spirit to body and mind. Myoneural Kinesis will change your life physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Pregnancy Massage promotes relaxation and soothes nerves. Our professional therapists work to relieve the normal discomforts experienced during pregnancy, such as backache, leg cramps, headaches, joint pain and swelling.
Reflexology is a branch of massage that focuses solely on the feet and hands. It uses specifically targeted points on the extremities to send signals to the brain and balance the nervous system. The therapist works and applies pressure to reflex points.
Sports Massage was developed for athletes who need to keep their bodies in great condition and quickly work out any stress or injuries. It can be used to get an athlete ready to compete, support their bodies while they compete, or help it recover.
Steaming Stone massage uses smooth rounded stones that have been heated in water. The therapist uses the stones as an extension of his/her hand and may also place them on your belly, hands or back.
Massage Therapists use long, smooth strokes, kneading, and circular movements on superficial layers of muscle using massage lotion or oil. It is very gentle, relaxing, and the perfect “beginner” massage