Ann Lumbrezer has graduated from The Toledo
Hospital School of Nursing, The
University of Toledo, and Northwest Academy of Massotherapy. She is
licensed in Ohio to practice both nursing and massage therapy. Ann
practiced nursing for 36 years, mostly in emergency nursing. Ann is certified in Clinical Aromatherapy and
Nursing (as per programs sanctioned by the American Holistic Nurses'
Association) and Manual Lymph Drainage (Vodder Method). Ann also holds professional memberships in the American Massage
Association and the National Nurses in Business Association. Post-graduate education includes studies of various
modalities and clinical aromatherapy.
What others are saying:
"I refer patients to Ann because she meets them
where they are. She takes time with them. Her
credentials as a nurse let me know she is looking at them in their
entirety, not just as one sore body part." Mounir El Khatib,
MD, Medical Director, Great Lakes Center for IntegrativeMedicine.
"Since infancy, I have dealt with the effects of
polio. One leg is significantly shorter than the other and
this results in a strain on my back, shoulder, and arm. The
gentle massage Ann gives relieves the muscle tension and allows a
freedom of motion that would be otherwise painful. I would
recommend Ann's massage to anyone to relieve the tension of the
typical stress-filled days we all seem to be having."
"The first time I had a massage session, I was
going as a last resort to help a very sore left shoulder. It
was bothering me to do simple things like get dressed! My
first session with Ann helped. So I had another. That
helped and I had another. Within a few sessions, I had full
range of motion of my shoulder and was no longer in pain!!
Now, I try to have a massage once a month. It is truly
therapeutic and gets the kinks out from everyday life. I
recommend it to everyone as a first resort." Marie