We have officially opened our first Partners Medical Massage location. The office is inside Achieve Physical Therapy & Aquatic Center in Syracuse, near the Western Lights Wegmans. Partners Medical Massage is a venture designed to put the massage modality in close proximity to medical providers offering supplementary services. This creates a comprehensive care situation for the patient/client.Read More
Coincidentally, Inside Edge is located inside Edge Strength and Conditioning in the city of Syracuse. At Inside Edge, our staff offers mix of Kinesiology, Yoga, and Sports Massage to aid athletes in performance and recovery.Read More
Christopher is a former United States Marine and graduate of the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. He and his wife have made Camillus their home for more than 14 years and their two boys are students in the West Genesee School District. Chris has been in the massage industry for several years, in both management and therapist positions. Christopher specializes in deep tissue, orthopedic, and sports massage. He is an avid cyclist and runner, and brings his understanding of an athlete’s issues to the treatment room.
Rachel is a 2015 graduate of The Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. Her strengths lie in Orthopedic & Deep Tissue Massage. She has a broad knowledge of anatomy, specifically as it pertains to movement and connectivity. She is strong and able, a solid fit for clients of any build.
Kyle has been a NCCPT certified personal trainer for over 4 years and a Kripalu Yoga Teacher for 3.5 years. He has a strong background in movement along with his experience with weight lifting, bodybuilding, powerlifting, functional training, speed and agility training, martial arts, and various styles of yoga. His approach to massage is deeply rooted in a desire to make you move easier and with less discomfort, while working with you to increase postural awareness and efficiency. His approach can be very deep and uncomfortable, but he will always work within your tolerance.
Joseph Lauricella is an intuitive bodyworker, seasoned yoga teacher, and certified personal trainer who’s committed to helping people through therapeutic touch and movement therapy. He attended the New Mexico Academy of the Healing Arts in 1996 where he studied massage therapy, meditation, yoga, and Shiatsu. In 2003, Joseph became a Thai Massage Therapist while teaching yoga in Thailand. He has owned and operated yoga studios in Arizona before making his way back to central N.Y. As a wellness professional he is passionate about educating people on how to better take care of themselves through nutrition and the healing arts.
Rebecca graduated from The Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in 2015. She has a passion for nature and astrology and carries herself with a calmness and manner beyond her years. She is deceptively strong and can deliver a very deep and pointed massage. She has an intuitive approach to deep tissue massage and can find almost any elusive trigger point or adhesion.
Graduating Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage and getting licensed in 2012, Alisha has had an affinity for massage from a young age. Alisha makes it her goal to ensure a mix of relief and relaxation to each client, and customize the massage based on your needs. Her massage results in a well balanced and intensely cared for body and soul. She began her yoga teacher training in Costa Rica in 2015 and will be finishing in 2016. She shares a deep connection with yoga and wellness as well. When she’s not giving massages you will find her doing yoga anywhere possible or at home with her two German shepherds.
Kathy has been practicing massage since 2004 after graduating from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. She has had the privilege of treating a varied client base while striving to raise awareness of massage therapy as a valuable health and wellness tool. Through years of hands-on work, Kathy has gained great appreciation for muscle/body allowances and a deep respect for the innate wisdom of the body. With Swedish Massage as the foundation, an integrated massage approach allows for a tailored session for each client. From relaxation to more focused bodywork; trigger point therapy; stretching and/or range of motion, Kathy looks forward to helping you meet your wellness goal.
Renee’s desire to help others is what drew her to massage in the first place. She graduated from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in December 2010. While studying at OSTM Renee learned Swedish and deep tissue massage techniques and since has honed her skills to enhance her clients massage experience. Other modalities she has practiced include sports and event massage as well as connective tissue and trigger point therapy. In addition to her massage therapy license Renee holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Cazenovia College and works with people with developmental disabilities. Outside of working and helping her clients relax, Renee enjoys running and participating in charitable 5K events. Renee focuses on the full body wellness aspect of massage. She specializes in Swedish massage modalities and seeks to customize her client’s massage with deep tissue and myofascial techniques.
Josh is a 2015 Graduate of The Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. He is a father and husband, entering the massage world following a career in which strength was key. He uses that strength, along with an integrative approach, to offer an incredibly relaxing Swedish massage.
Krissy is a December 2015 graduate of The Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. She is strong and knowledgeable, and her ability to heal is astounding for someone so new. Her approach to massage is deceptively relaxing so that you can be unaware how deep the work is.
Scott is a December 2015 Graduate of The Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. He brings a strong knowledge of the body, a firm pressure, and a disarming wit to the treatment room. He is skilled at recognizing trouble areas and using a varied approach of techniques to address those issues.
Rebekah comes to us from a short time in the Spa side of the massage world. She brings a fantastic Swedish massage to the office, but seeks to do more Therapeutic work with clients. She has a strong knowledge base and balanced body work.
Genevieve is a recent graduate of The Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage. Along with her passion for healing, she is a personal trainer, former body builder, and kickboxing instructor. She brings an athlete's approach to massage, but hasn't lost that ability to provide a deeply relaxing massage
Courtney received her training from Trimurti Yoga in Dharamsala, India. The 5 week journey she took in the motherland of yoga has forever instilled in her that the shift within is always possible. She has trained with so many amazing teachers from different traditions. Their guidance, along with her ever present desire to learn, has made her a diverse instructor. She is experienced in leading gentle practices including yin & restorative, more powerful practices including vinyasa, ashtanga & sivananda, and specialty practices including children’s yoga. She also specializes in private one-on-one sessions to truly mold the practice to the individual. She is passionate about finding balance and cares deeply about sharing the many healing aspects of yoga. Courtney blends her skills as a yoga teacher and as a fitness professional to help guide her students and clients to find their own balance.
I have been blessed to have found Camillus Massage Therapy. I see Chris every two weeks now and the therapeutic work he has done on me, has been outstanding. I have a total of seven herniated discs in my back and neck and will undergo surgery on my back in November of 2014. Additionally, I have stenosis of my discs, Fibromyalgia, arthritis and am almost always in terrible pain, in spite of being pretty fit. Their facility is very simply decorated, immaculate and in short - just what I was looking for! I have been getting professional massage for over 20 years now and I have been fortunate to have had some great therapists along the way - but Chris is hands down the best for my needs. He combines a great combination of deep-tissue, assisted stretching and relaxation/breathing work. I will absolutely NEVER go anyplace else against a massage...
I have suffered for many years with back, neck and shoulder pain with Fibromyalgia to top it all off. Three fusions and four shoulder surgeries in six years has been a long, painful road. Today was my first massage with Chris, it definitely won't be my last. I feel amazing! I have had massages before, but none as thorough as he performed. His expertise and knowledge is impeccable. I would recommend him to anyone looking for relief.
I have fibromyalgia and degeneration of the spine and neck, along with some arthritis...(I know right!) Anyway, I went to see Chris after he reached out to me about an article I posted on facebook about fibro. I have been to other massage therapists, all great people!!! But I have to say, Chris is pretty amazing!!! He was very informative about my problem areas and in general; informative about treatment. I feel SO much better!!! Thank you Chris!!! See you soon!!!
I work at a job where I do alot of bending and lifting and looking down which really puts stress on my back and especially my neck. I've had 3 visits with Chris now and I feel absolutely amazing. I've been waking up with headaches alot lately and after my most recent massage with Chris I am waking up feeling relaxed and refreshed with no headaches. I definently recommend you go to camillus massage therapy Chris is amazing at his job!
Great massage in a comfortable setting. This establishment has a small but inviting waiting area. My massage therapist was Renee. I was taken to one of three very intimate and relaxing therapy rooms. Decor was tasteful yet subtle. The music and lighting were both very calming. My massage therapist Renee had great technique, and gave me a wonderful, relaxing one hour massage. Perfect way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon!
The quick answer is no. While some premier insurance policies do offer a rider for massage therapy, their rules for payment make it impossible for us to bill. We can, however, provide you detailed notes and a statement of charges so you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
If you have a Flexible Spending Account or Health Savings Account, you can use that to pay for your massage services at Camillus Massage and Inside Edge Sports Massage if you have your debit card with you. If you do not have a card, we can provide you a detailed billing statement to submit to your insurance carrier for reimbursement.
No. At Camillus Massage and Inside Edge, we provide high quality, professional body work. We do not offer facials, hot stones, waxing, or any other associated services. We do not mean to diminish the value of those services to people seeking them, we are simply not in that business.
Generally, no. In a very rare instance, a therapist may be at the office and not with a client. For example, if a client was a no show, or if there was a small gap between clients. We do not employ a receptionist, which makes greeting walk-ins impossible. We can, however, very often provide same day appoints. Check our schedule page to see what is available.
We can provide travel services to clients in select situations. Each request is subject to authorization by the owner. In the event of it being authorized, there is a $25 travel charge added to the cost of the massage.
Absolutely. Packages are available for massages of 60 min or longer and are a Buy Five, Get One Free. There are some times, generally around holidays, when we offer different short term options. Be sure to follow us on social media to be aware of these specials.
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