Healing hands was founded by Lynne Luckow in 1993 and is the oldest massage therapy clinic in Milwaukee. After researching many massage schools, Lynne chose to attend Aesthics University, a unique massage school with a strong emphasis on anatomy, physiology, and medical massage. While still in school, Lynne began training in Paul St. John’s method of Neuromuscular Therapy and found her niche in deep tissue/medical massage. Lynne was experiencing great success with her massage clients, and decided to open healing hands massage therapy center in 1993, renting space on 88th and North Ave. After experiencing positive results with a paraplegic client, brain injury patients, and fibromyalgia cases, as well as continuing her education and training with noted experts like Leon Chaitow and Deepak Chopra, Lynne became sought out by chiropractors, doctors and personal injury attorneys. Once Lynne had grown the practice to the point where she was working 6 days a week, 12 hours a day, she decided it was time to start hiring more massage therapists. After outgrowing several different offices,healing hands settled into our current location at 10625 West North Avenue Suite LL1.
Today the staff at healing hands includes eight (8) massage therapists, a health & wellness coach, 2 yoga instructors and four office staff. The team members at healing hands are chosen for their education, experience and ability to offer truly therapeutic, healing services. Other reasons for our continued success are our reasonable rates and high level of customer service. Healing hands pays great attention to the little details that add up to a great experience. All the treatment rooms are unique and warmly decorated. We use high quality massage creams and oils, and offer heat treatments at no additional charge.
In addition to her human Massage Therapy Licence, Lynne is also a certified Canine Massage Therapist, certified in Healing Touch by the Holistic Nursing Society, and has trained for four (4) years with Deepak Chopra, learning Ayurvedic Medicine and becoming a certified teacher of his works.