Massage Therapist in Coral Springs, FL

Zen Out Massage

Zen Out Massage photo
Essential Balance. Massage & Wellness.
Licensed Massage Therapist
Trained and Licensed Massage Therapist located in the heart of Coral Springs. Massage techniques include Swedish, Neuromuscular Therapy, Sports/Event, Shiatsu/Acupressure, Reflexology, Cranial Sacral and Chakra Balancing. You will be taken care of with optimal care and respect.

Draping is used during the massage.

You will find my gentle and honest energy refreshing and comforting. The techniques I utilize will revitalize your body and mind. I customize each massage to fit the specific needs of each individual I work with. My clients find relief from chronic aches and pains, relief from migraines, sciatica, severe neck and shoulder pain, hip and knee pain, and most importantly stress!

Not only am I a massage therapist, but I am a Candler. My handmade product line sells from $4.00 and up includes scented soy candles, lotions, scrubs, soaps, incense and air fresheners. I offer a selection of other wellness products, essential oils and Biofreeze is a stable seller. During massage therapy school, it was my vision to incorporate and balance my hobby business with my professional business.

Generally, people use massage for either general relaxation and wellbeing, or to address a specific complaint, such as pain or limited range of motion. Research suggests massage therapy may contribute to both goals.
Some of the general benefits of massage therapy may include:
• Physical relaxation
• Improved circulation, which nourishes cells and improves waste elimination
• Relief for tight muscles (knots) and other aches and pains
• Release of nerve compression (carpel tunnel, sciatica)
• Greater flexibility and range of motion
• Enhanced energy and vitality
• Some clinical styles may help heal scar tissue as well as tendon, ligament, and muscle tears

What specific conditions can massage therapy help?
Massage therapy may help the body in many ways. Massage can relax muscle tissue, which may lead to decreased nerve compression, increased joint space, and range of motion. This may lead to reduced pain and improved function.
Massage therapy may also improve circulation, which enhances the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to muscle cells and helps remove waste products. These circulatory effects of massage may have value in the treatment of some inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis or edema (an excessive accumulation of fluid in body tissues, which may be reduced using manual lymph drainage).
Massage therapy induces a relaxation response, which can lower the heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure; boosts the immune system; and generally decreases the physical effects of stress.
Namaste! My name is Allison Haynes. My purpose in life is to make a difference in other people’s lives, facilitating comfort and love to ease their mind, body and soul. I am happy and fulfilled in my career and family life.

I am a Licensed Massage Therapist, and the owner of Zen Out, a small business in sunny South Florida. Zen Out is a safe haven for people to come and find peace and harmony. Zen is a form of meditation with a focus on the mindful awareness of the present moment. The phrase “being zen” or “having a zen attitude” has come to mean viewing life calmly with self-control and wellness. By this definition, being Zen is about doing right for the mind, body, and soul. It can help you relax, have a positive outlook on life, and find a higher plane of spiritual worth.

I have a strong list of regular clientele who receive massage therapy treatments. My clients enjoy the relaxing environment, the scent of Nag Champa floating through the air and soft new age music in the background.

My career is a source of joy, fulfillment and prosperity. It is an expression of who I am and I have the freedom, strength and courage to express and nurture myself. I enjoy working with people and I make a difference in every life that I touch.

The more you can tell me about yourself and the specific problems you are experiencing, the better your results will be!

When’s the last time you had a “time out” just for you to relax, restore and rejuvenate? If the answer is anything longer than a month ago….it’s time! Studies show all these benefits of getting a regular massage, that means 1 massage every 4-6 weeks not one per year! Call me, your massage therapist, today to schedule a session!
Practice Areas
 Massage Therapy  Myofascial Release  Sports Massage
 Acupressure  Neuromuscular Massage  Structural Integration
 Aromatherapy  Reflexology  Swedish Massage
 Corporate Chair Massage  Seniors and Elder Care  Thai Yoga Massage
 Craniosacral Therapy  Shiatsu  Trigger Point Massage
 Deep Tissue Massage
 Certified Massage Therapist (CMT)
768 Hour Training at Florida College of Natural Health
Payments Accepted
Cash, MC, Visa
Hours:M-F 9-6 Sat 10:30 - 5