Lone Oak Therapeutic Massage
When thinking about my name and logo, someone asked me "why a winter oak? It seems so cold and dead, it doesn't equate to massage for me."
I realized I didn’t think about it, the name just came to me, which made me then ask myself, why?
When I think of the lone oak it brings a feeling of nostalgia. Have you ever stood beneath a majestic 300 year old oak tree and suddenly realized it lived before you were born, and will be alive long after you die? A lone oak on a hill, or out on the prairie, is so beautiful, it doesn’t look dead to me, nor is it. The oak holds its leaves longer than any other tree in fall, as it sheds its last leaves new buds begin at a miniscule level, and the oak’s roots run deep to nurture the new buds. The mighty oak creates a vibration of strength, stability and renewal.
Lori has over 1,000 hours of education in Massage Therapy, including Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Positional Release, Reflexology, Deep Tissue Sculpting, Pregnancy, Sports, Hot Stone and Swedish. Her experience has led her to specialize in rehabilitative massage.