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ITM Massage Team Members & Specialties


David Schlossberg graduated from the Health Enrichment Center in Lapeer, MI from a 1000-hour massage program. He has over 20 years' experience in spa as well as medical settings. He specializes in neuromuscular (deep tissue) therapeutic massage and myofascial release. In fact, over the years David has developed his own technique to give a very deep massage without hurting the client. He also is well versed in Swedish (relaxation) and trigger point modalities. His main goal is to properly treat every client according to the individual's needs and concerns.


Kelly Bush graduated from Irene's Myomassology Institute in 2013 after studying a range of modalities including Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger-point therapy, aromatherapy, and hot stone massage. She combines a natural intuition for finding tight spots with a passion for knowledge and continuing education to help facilitate each client's individual goals. Clients can expect a massage that both relaxes and balances the body.  Kelly is excited to share the amazing things she has learned about the human body and the ways massage can improve everyone's quality of life. When she's not researching new ways to improve her skills in therapeutic massage, Kelly can be found training for Brazilian jiu jitsu and looking for balance in her own life.


A graduate of the Everest Institute, Jasmine Ware still finds herself in awe of what massage can accomplish and describes herself as being invested in helping to increase the overall health and well-being of her clients. She loves to use all the tools of massage to help people feel better, including Reflexology, Energy (Reiki), Craniosacral therapy, Swedish massage, Lymphatic Drainage, and Trigger-Point therapy.  She will adjust her pressure when needed and where requested.  She wishes everyone knew that receiving a massage can increase blood circulation, which in turn decreases stress and its effects on the whole body.  By using a combination of assisted joint movement and stretches, massage can also help improve the body's ability to move without stiffness or pain.  Outside work, Jasmine enjoys reading, singing, and taking walks in nature.  She also loves spending time with her children, her cat, Reily and her beagle, Joy.  Some day she'd love to write a book of inspiration and motivation.  She works hard to ensure her children continue to be successful in school by leading by example. 


Karen Ann Smith is a certified therapeutic myomassologist (CTM). She carefully designs each massage session for you, as each week you have different needs. Her techniques include medical massage, sport massage, myofascial release, Swedish massage, lymphatic drainage, reflexology, pre/post-natal massage, energy balancing, deep tissue, acupressure, shiatsu, aromatherapy, and trigger-point. She has 22 years of comprehensive experience in the field and is a recipient of 3 state service awards and 1 presidential award for her community outreach and educational efforts. She welcomes weekend warriors, business people, golfers, runners, bicyclists, construction workers, carpet cleaners and pretty much anyone else who is interested in healing to her table. Her interests outside massage include Native American herbology, meditation, and just plain quiet time to incorporate all that she has learned into her busy life.


Maite Collazo is a graduate of the National Institute of Technology in Dearborn, where she trained in various modalities, including Swedish, prenatal, reflexology, trigger points, and deep-tissue massage. Maite likes to educate her clients on the benefits of massage and how it can improve their everyday life. She uses light-to-very-deep pressure according to her clients' needs. 


Malika Horgan graduated from a 2-year program in Morocco in 1993, received training in lymph drainage and sports massage in France, and also graduated from Irene's Myomassology Institute in Southfield in 2000.  She has also studied Shiatsu in Japan for 8 months.  Malika combines these different techniques and 15 years of experience in the field to address her clients' problem areas.  She specializes in upper body and lower back, and begins each massage with myofascial release techniques that can help increases blood circulation and release stress.  She employs medium-to-deep pressure and also incorporates Shiatsu techniques to help stimulate production of red blood cells.  She loves stretching clients on the massage table, and ends her massages with reflexology on hands, feet, and head.


Shogang Bian studied privately with a Shiatsu master in the early 1980s where he learned Shiatsu using traditional Japanese healing therapy techniques. He has worked as a Shiatsu therapist since 1987 and is considered to be a highly experienced practitioner of this modality.  As such, Shogan can help a wide range of specific injuries as well as improve the general symptoms of poor health.  Shiatsu is a deeply relaxing experience that can relieve symptoms as well as help prevent the build up of stress and energy blockages.  In addition to being a licensed massage therapist in Michigan, Shogang also has studied Thai massage therapy, studied at the Japanese Therapeutic-Shiatsu Institute in Yokohama, Japan, and studied Asian bodywork therapy in Tian Jin, China.

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