Meet our Massage Therapists  



Julie Routley, LMT

Julie graduated from the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education in August of 2016 where she received training in therapeutic massage, Swedish massage, lymphatic massage, pregnancy massage, infant massage and reflexology. Her techniques include deep tissue, trigger point, active isolated stretching, positional release and many more. 

Julie was born and raised in Big Rapids, MI. She attended Ferris State University where she earned her Bachelor’s of Applied Sciences in Biology. She is the daughter of Dr. David and Alice Routley. You may recognize her as she has been working in the office since 2008. 








Sarina Foster, LMT

Sarina graduated in August in 2016 from the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies & Education (N.I.T.E.) where she studied Massage Therapy and other related body works. She received training in therapeutic massage, Swedish massage, lymphatic massage, pregnancy massage, infant massage and reflexology. Sarina’s techniques include deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial release, positional release and many more.  “Massage has been a passion of mine from a young age. Whenever there was a family gathering, you could find me giving a foot or shoulder massage to my aunts and uncles.” 

Sarina was raised in the small town of Evart where she graduated from Evart High School in 2013.


Therapeutic Massage          Relaxation Massage          Hot Stone Massage         

Lymphatic Drain Massage          Reflexology          Detox Foot Bath         

We use many Essential Oils.

All services are by appointment only.



 Half Hour - $30         One Hour - $50           Hot Stones - $60

Detox Foot Bath $30


Benefits of Massage

        Relieves Stress           Improves Circulation         Relaxes Muscles         Lowers Blood Pressure

       Strengthens the Immune System          Improves Flexibility          Improves Injury Rehabilitation

       Encourages Relaxation          Relieves Headaches


Information on Lymphatic Drain Massage:

            The lymphatic system works with the circulatory system to exchange supplies needed by the cells and carry waste and impurities away from the cells. The lymphatic system does not have a pump; therefore, it is necessary to manually move the fluid by other means. When the lymph system works well, you feel healthy and have a strong defense against illness. When it's sluggish or blocked, you can have swelling, feel tired, and be more susceptible to colds and infections.

            Lymph massage can benefit just about everyone. If you're feeling tired and low on energy, or if you've been sick and feeling like your body is fighting to get back on track, lymph massage would be recommended.  Athletes, surgical patients, fibromyaliga and chronic fatigue sufferers, as well as those wanting to optimize their lymph system for stronger immunity may want to consider a lymphatic massage.

What are some benefits?

Removes the body’s garbage, waste and toxins.    Increases immune response.    Increases oxygen supply.    Improves delivery of food and oxygen to all cells of the body.   Can decrease chronic inflammation