Meet your favorite new therapist
Whether your condition was caused by a sport, work accident, or otherwise, we help people live without pain.
Medical MT/Sports Recovery Specialist
Medical/Sports Massage Therapist and owner of BIOMOTIVES. Simona attended the University of Kansas earning a Bachelor’s in Human Biology and Applied Behavioral Science in 2020 while obtaining a medical technician and nurse assistant certification. Throughout college she worked a few years in healthcare and was also Vice President of the Student Equity and Inclusion workshop group. After graduation, she became dual licensed in Esthetics and Massage Therapy gaining experience in the wellness industry. She values the importance of continuing education holding certifications in pre-natal, medical massage, cryotherapy, stretch techniques, and sports/recovery massage to name a few. She has 6 years of experience in the medical field, spa, and body-work industry working with clients from recreational/professional athletes to retired.
Growing up as an athlete and continuing an active lifestyle has shaped Simona's passion for sports recovery and manual therapy. She's learned through her own experiences & injuries how beneficial soft tissue work can be and enjoys sharing her work with others.
She uses a variety of methods to create a session specific to her client's goals. Protocols includes a variety of technique: Deep Tissue Manual Therapy, Trigger Point, Medical Massage, Decompression Cupping, Isolated Assisted Stretching, Sports Recovery, Compression and more.
License Massage Therapist (L.M.T)
Medical Manual Therapist (M.M.T)
Functional Range Assessment
Manual Lymph Drainage
Sports Massage Therapy
Child/Infant Manual Therapy
Stretch Practitioner (IAST)
every body is not built the same
our goal is to curate a plan that supports you through your wellness journey to feeling new again.
wellness shapes every aspect of your daily lives
staying active plays an integral role in the body's energy balance
recovery allows the body to strengthen and repair itself