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Honor Your Body

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Pain, Pain, go away: Strokes for Folks Therapeutic Massage has been relieving aches, pains for five years

Lynette M. Stauffer founded Strokes for Folks Therapeutic Massage, LLC in June 2004 in Rosemount. It was a landmark move for Stauffer, who worked with.....
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Lynette Stauffer - Owner / Massage Therapist

Hello my name is Lynette and I am a Nationally Certified Therapist of Massage and Bodywork, NCTMB, #397175-00. After completing my certification training at St. Croix Center for the Healing Arts in Hudson, Wisconsin, I inquired at the City Hall about licensing and opening a massage center in my home town. I was surprised to find out that the fees and structure of the ordinance were out dated and written to discourage massage therapists from wanting to work in Rosemount. It took two years (in which time I met Karen) and many meetings with the police chief and city council members to re-write the ordinance and remove it from the adult entertainment section. Now the ordinance is both therapist and client friendly.

With the biggest obstacle out of the way I started searching for the perfect place and name for my new massage center. I wanted it to be conveniently located and accessible. (We are located in Downtown Rosemount on the ground floor of the Rosemount Plaza Mall.), and for everything to be centered on the client (Where it's all about you!). So, Strokes for Folks Therapeutic Massage was the perfect name. The wellness clubs were created because I wanted to make massage more affordable so it can be used by more people.

Lynette is a 5/2003 graduate of St. Croix Center for the Healing Arts, Ltd. The 640 hour curriculum is made up of nine courses including: 140 hours of Integrative Massage; 120 hours of Deep Tissue and Sports Massage; 100 hours of Acupressure; 120 hours of Anatomy, Physiology and Path-Physiology; 64 hours of Related Business Communications and Ethics; 48 hours of Aromatherapy; 28 hours of Foot, Hand and Ear Reflexology; 10 hour Body Wrap course; 10 hour CPR and First Aid course; Negative Pressure Massage Cupping 8 hours; and 48 hours Cranial Sacral Therapy I & II. NCTMB #397175-00