About Us & Costs


Michelle Townsend, LMT

 Michelle is a graduate of the American Institute of Alternative Medicine and has been practicing massage for 10 years. Michelle is a gifted therapist with a talent for finding solutions to pain, muscle spasm, and stress relief while offering sincere compassion and support.

Michelle offers Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Injury & Support Massage, Myofascial Release, Prenatal Massage, Swedish & Relaxation Massage Therapy.

In addition to practicing massage therapy at Beecher Chiropractic & Wellness Center, Michelle is a teacher of massage therapy at Otterbein University. She continues to grow as a skilled therapist herself while training future massage therapists. 


Linda Harness, LMT

 Linda began her career in healthcare as a US Army Medic stationed in Germany. She is extremely proud of her time serving our country and feels that it was an incredibly valuable time in her life. Linda graduated from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine and has been practicing massage for many years. 

She studied many different types of massage while in school including Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Pre-Natal Massage, Reflexology, Reiki and Geriatric Massage. As life takes many different turns, Linda discovered Lymphatic Drainage or Lymphatic Massage when a beloved family member became seriously ill. She began to study this style of gentle and effective massage to help and fell in love with this amazingly powerful therapy. 

She is one of only a handful of therapist certified to perform Lymphatic Massage and she continues to study and further her education in order to help her clients with serious conditions requiring this therapy. She continues to love all types of massage and enjoys helping people though the power of massage therapy. 


Bethany Beckman, LMT

 Bethany Beckman graduated from SHI Integrative Medical Massage School in 2008, and has felt blessed to be practicing in the field she loves ever since. She does full body massage, or customized massage to specific problem areas, for pain relief and relaxation. The modalities she offers are Swedish, cranio-sacral, pre-natal, deep tissue, and work on issues such as carpal tunnel, migraines and headaches, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, whiplash, TMJ, fibromyalgia, and frozen shoulder. She’s also currently continuing her education in massage therapy to offer more modalities in the future, and will be able to offer Thai massage in August 2018. 

Cranio-sacral Massage: Cranio-sacral therapy is a modality that uses gentle touch to release compression and manipulate the bones of the skull, spine, and pelvis to help increase and normalize the flow of cerebrospinal fluid. It can help to relieve pain, insomnia, fibromyalgia, and reduce stress and anxiety.

Thai Massage: Thai Massage (also known as Thai Yoga Massage) is an ancient healing practice that consists of acupressure, assisted yoga stretching, and joint movement. This type of massage can reduce muscle tension and spasms, mobilize joints, improve blood circulation, balance and increase energy, reduce stress, and help treat sciatica, headaches, and neck pain. The client is fully dressed, wearing clothing that is comfortable to get a deep stretch in, such as yoga clothes, sweats, or other workout apparel. While the client relaxes on a mat on the floor, the massage therapist will take them through a series of muscle compressions, stretches, and joint movements, including work where the therapist may walk on the client or use their feet for deep kneading and stretching of muscular tissue. . 

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