About the therapists...
Melissa McCabe, LMT/Owner
In Austin, Texas since 2007 after graduating from Shepherd University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in therapeutic recreation. Having grown up near the hectic Washington D.C. area, I appreciate a place where tension is viewed as a hindrance rather than the norm.
While pursuing my degree, I played collegiate-level tennis for four years and learned a great deal about body maintenance, injury, and recovery. It was during this time that I developed a comprehensive understanding of the human body, be it injured, inactive, or active. I have a fixed obsession with pain-free and healthy living; therefore, massage came naturally.
Dan Krenzelok, LMT
Minnesota native Daniel Krenzelok moved to Austin in 2007 and holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of Texas. An active outdoorsman and yogi, Dan has a natural interest in systems and entered the world of massage.
Analytical and intuitive, Dan's work tends to be slow and deep with a strong emphasis on structural alignment and balance. Dan loves working with his clients to help them live comfortably and move freely. Outside of the studio you might find Dan hiking the greenbelt with his dogs, biking around the east side, or creating projects for himself around his house or garden.
Elijah Dougherty, LMT
Elijah began his journey to healing when he was severely injured & seeking options away from pharmaceutical pain management. He discovered body and energy work, then completed training in 2015.
He pursued his path in corrective therapy & passion for how the body works & how it's used. While in the army Elijah was taught strength and discipline and when he became a father he learned compassion and patience.
Each session is an opportunity to treat everyday wear and tear on your bodies is displayed in each muscle. He approaches each client and as a unique quest for insight. Elijah's bodywork makes clients feel better & his experience help clients live pain-free.
HanChing Wu, LMT
Moved to Austin, TX in 2015 from Taiwan where she ventured on 5 month self-guided cycling trip in Southeast Asia. With a Master's degree in Geography and passion for the outdoors she has explored far and wide leading her to the U.S. and a career shift. HanChing's field work and sports led her to therapeutic massage like many practitioners, bothersome muscle tension/injury paved the way .
She views massage therapy as proactive and protective way to well being and pain free life style. Her work combines firm pressure with multiple techniques like Myofascial Release, Swedish Massage, Sport Massage to let go the tension and improve body performance.