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LIcensed Massage Therapist

Alesha Gaviria’s passion for optimal movement and wellness, led her to the massage therapy industry in 2002. Her multi-faceted background entails experience as a physical therapist assistant and later a massage therapist for a Chiropractic clinic, where she honed her post-surgical specialty.

She has spent the last decade in mobile massage and traveling to her clients in need. However, she has since joined KINETIK, as she understands the importance of clients having an office and environment outside of their normal routine to relax and heal. Alesha is critical to the collaborative care model that KINETIK provides.

Alesha offers her services to a vast range of clients and competitors, from sports/deep tissue massages to relieve pain to post-surgical recovery,  to professional athletes, and all those clients in need that lie in between.

“Everyone needs a massage tailored to and for their specific needs”


Deep Tiusse Massage is a focused, therapeutic massage that targets muscle knots (also known as "adhesions") and specific problem areas in the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. Using deliberate, slow strokes or friction across the grain of the muscle, the therapist addresses chronic tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems, or injuries. This type of massage is particularly beneficial for people with chronic pain or lingering injuries that cause limited mobility.

Similarly, is the sports massage, aimed at manipulating the body’s soft tissues to prevent and treat injuries, improve flexibility, and enhance athletic performance. A sports massage can be used by athletes of all abilities to prepare for or recover from athletic or sports events. Even if you aren't an athlete, a deep tissue/sports massage can help with increased blood flow, increased range of motion, and increased flexibility.

Sports/Deep Tissue Massage

Cupping is used to release toxins, adhesions, scars and knotting that cause restrictions in the body which in turn causes pain. This incredibly effective technique increases blood flow which in turn relieves pain by clearing debris, opening drainage, and easing limited movement which enables the body to promote healthier tissue. 

Decrease or relieve pain and inflammation from injury or chronic conditions. Relieve deep muscular issues and reduces muscle spasms.
Release and soften scar tissue and loosen post-surgery adhesions. Lift and stretch soft tissue to separate fascia and restrictions. Increase range of movement and flexibility in joints. Promote healthy circulation and open the energy flow of the body. Move stagnation and enable normal lymphatic flow. Enhance any athletic training program to improve performance.


A unique blend of assisted yoga, passive stretching, and pressing massage movements, Thai massage is more energizing than other forms of massage. It's a little bit like yoga without doing the work, as the therapist moves and stretches you in a sequence of postures, usually on a table.


Through a therapeutic and rhythmic compression, thai massage is great for reducing muscle spasticity, treat back pain, improve flexibility and range of motion, improve bodily balance, and is often utilized for migraine symptoms.

Thai Massage

During a lymph drainage massage, our specially-trained massage therapist uses a  very gentle technique and series of gliding, compressing, stretching, and cupping motions that helps to push fluids through the lymphatic system, thus reducing inflammation, removing toxins and wasters, and boosting the immune system.  Lymphatic drainage is especially helpful for people who have swelling, perhaps because of a recent surgery or injury.

Lymphatic/Medical Massage