Melissa Bailey describes herself as a natural caregiver who feels passionate about helping people better their quality of life. She became a massage therapist in 2004. She works at The Spa at Club Northwest in addition to a mobile private practice called Massage in Motion.

Melissa Bailey describes herself as a natural caregiver who feels passionate about helping people better their quality of life. She became a massage therapist in 2004. She works at The Spa at Club Northwest in addition to a mobile private practice called Massage in Motion.

"My goal is to make sure people walk away from every session feeling better physically, mentally and spiritually," Bailey says. "My hope is that they feel lighter, clearer and leaning in a more positive direction than when they came to me."

Bailey focuses her technique on Sweedish and deep tissue, though she may integrate other modalities depending on the specific needs of the client.

"I like to use all the tools in the toolbox," she says. "I feel massage is an entire body experience. Not only does massage therapy help to relieve muscle pain, it helps to cleanse your body of impurities, improves your circulation, digestion and posture, while reducing stress and anxiety levels."

Bailey also describes herself as quirky, light-hearted and a bit of a joker. She enjoys relating to her clients so that she can help them to release some stress.

"I want all clients to feel comfortable and safe, so that they get the most benefit out of their session and we make that time count," she says.