Justin has been a practicing massage therapist for 3 years. During which time he has crafted a style of massage that is both therapeutic and relaxing.
He enjoys working with varying types of clients, wether they are exercise or sport enthusiasts, or just looking to relax and destress from the hectic
life they lead. He has also continued his education and studied the modality of Fire Cupping, a technique of using glass jars and fire to create negative
pressure to give the benefits of deep tissue massage, and lymphatic release.
John Hamm graduated from the Birmingham School of Massage and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2016. John excels in deep, therapeutic massage and enjoys seeing his clients relieved from chronic aches and pain.
Reiko is a licensed massage therapist and neuromuscular therapist. She attained her massage certification from Birmingham School of Massage and achieved her license in 2013. She looks forward to learning and growing in the massage field and using her abilities to help the Birmingham community with their massage needs
C. J. Wade graduated from Virginia College. She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Sports, and Prenatal massage modalities. Using her dance experience, she also customizes stretching techniques to help her clients. C.J. believes that time for oneself is not a luxury; it is a necessity.
When Sha’ Doss talks about being a massage therapist, the excitement in her voice bubbles over. After a series of unfulfilling warehouse jobs, Sha’ knew it was time to return to school. A quick assessment sent her on a career path of therapeutic massage. “I knew I loved animals and I loved people, so massage seemed like the perfect fit,” she explains. “Since I received my license in 2012, I have continued to expand my knowledge on what I love to do.”
Known professionally as Doss, Sha’ enjoys deep tissue massage the most. “There’s nothing like getting down into those muscles and relieving that deep pain,” she says. “No one likes to hurt, so I start out with moderate pressure until the muscles begin to relax then I get into that deep tissue.” Sha’ also loves watching someone’s tension leaving their body. “That alone is a stress reliever for me,” she says. “Helping someone have a better day or sleeping at night is the part that is the most rewarding.”
In her spare time, Sha’ enjoys her bengal cat, Tabitha, being outside, exercising and being with family.
Stella graduated from Virginia College in 2011 with an Associates degree in Therapeutic Massage. She is Alabama licensed and certified in Clinical Massage for pain relief. She is able to customize each session to every individuals unique needs and is a true believer in using massage as a way to calm the mind as well the body.
Ally Mann enjoys working with her hands—from drawing and painting to arts and crafts, she loves creating. She also uses her hands to heal as a massage therapist. As an athlete, Ally understands the benefits of massage and how it can overall impact the body. “Massage combines perfectly with my desire to work with athletes,” she says. “I love to make my clients feel better and to know that I did it using my hands.”
Because she has experience recovering from injuries herself, Ally knows firsthand how important massage can be for the recovery process. “I was in a car accident in 2015 and massage helped my injuries and allows me to be able to exercise,” she says. “I’ve witnessed what it has done for others as well as myself.”
Ally specializes in Classic Relaxation, Mellow Mama, Active Recovery, Knot So Painful Anymore and Hurts So Good massages and has been a licensed Massage Therapist since 2014. She is a graduate of Heritage College in Columbus, Ohio, and has lived in Alabama since 2018.
Brittany, a Birmingham native, has been an LMT in Alabama for over 10 years. In 2014 Brittany received her BS in Kinesiology from UAB. Brittany enjoys providing all modalities of massage including prenatal and sports massage! Brittany is certified in Reflexology and had has Lymphatic Massage training. Brittany’s passion is to educate the community about the benefits and importance of routine massage therapy.
Garret Sisson graduated from Wallace State in 2019 in Therapeutic Massage and received his Alabama State License. He is trained in Swedish massage, deep tissue, sports, stretching, and pregnancy massage. He is dedicated to help anyone to promote healthy lifestyle through therapeutic massage.
Brice Jackson has always been the guy that could “fix” someone. Whether it was on a sports team or with friends, Brice could put a finger right on the spot that hurt and help relieve someone’s pain. Like many, Brice detoured and became an elementary school teacher before he found his way to massage therapy training. “I decided it was time to get a master’s in education or follow my heart and go to massage therapy school,” he explains. “After I became a licensed massage therapist, I continued to teach for several more years and practiced massage on the side.”
In 2015, Brice left education and founded Birmingham Wellness Massage with the goal of helping as many people as possible move away from the usual pain cycle and toward a new cycle of rest, renewal and resilience. “The most important thing is to make massage a crucial part of your routine wellness,” he says. “When you integrate it into your life, your massage therapist can help ward off things that might become big issues if not addressed.”
Brice specializes in growing his team of therapists to achieve his greatest mission—to bring reset, renewal and resilience to as many people as possible.