Massage & body work can reduce chronic pain, anxiety, stress, correct body alignment, and increase range of motion through therapeutic touch and soft tissue manipulation. George Wellbeing Center providers practice a range of techniques including trigger point, deep tissue, sports massage, reflexology, prenatal, neuromuscular release, orthopedic and active isolated stretch.
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Meet our Massage & Bodywork Team
Christine Grisham DACM, L.A.c., Dipl. OM (NCCAOM), CMT
Certified Massage Therapist
Licensed Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner
Christine became interested in training in holistic healing modalities after being a patient with a thyroid autoimmune disease and experiencing firsthand how powerful medical systems like Traditional Chinese (TCM) can be for treating complex illnesses. Through her own wellbeing journey, Christine combined TCM treatments, bodywork with functional medicine and successfully turned her health around. She now strives to help others who struggle to navigate the challenges of chronic illnesses. It is her goal to create a healing space that is unique to every individual, while providing treatment in a safe, nonjudgmental, and relaxing setting. Her areas of specialty are; autoimmune diseases, mental health, depression and anxiety, grief, trauma, addition, infertility, menopause and working with LGBTQ communities.
Christine believes our bodies and our health are like gardens, if we tend to them by giving them proper care, attention and love, we will thrive and be our best.
- Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
- Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
- Certificate of Massage Therapy, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
- Diplomat of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
- Bachelors of Arts in Sociology, DePaul University
Certified Massage Therapist
Swift is a certified massage therapist from Northwestern Health Sciences. Northwestern Health Sciences prepares bodyworkers to be part of the health care team. Swift has been working as a therapeutic massage therapist since 2009. Her areas of practice vary from trigger point, deep tissue, orthopedic, active isolated stretch, sports massage, reflexology, muscle activation, prenatal, oncology massage and neuromuscular release.
Her approach to massage is simple, as she facilitates each session she believes it is her job to relieve the soft tissue of the body to break free from old, inefficient chronic patterns. Through intuitive healing, mind-body connection, and bodywork techniques, she assists her clients in developing more healthful body mechanics.
- Certificate of Massage Therapy, Northwestern Health Sciences