Oasis Massage for Women
An Oasis in Your Schedule

About the Practitioners

  Angela Yoder, BCMT

Board Certified Massage Therapist

Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Myokinestic System 2012, 2013

Massage Therapy Program, Butler Community College 2009-2010

 

Many people ask me why I chose to become a massage therapist. First and foremost,  I love people and I always want to have a job with lots of people interaction. I also enjoy anatomy and physiology, but I did not think I could handle surgery, syringes, and other things that go with working in the traditional medical field. Therefore, massage therapy is a great fit for me: people interaction and health care that does not require a strong stomach! (And who doesn't love getting massages?! That made me want to be a massage therapist too!)

I love how massage therapy strives to treat the cause of a health concern instead of the symptoms. I especially see that as I continue my education and learn advanced modalities.This approach works, and it has few side effects!

I also think that touch is a basic human need, and that sometimes the deepest need is not physical, but rather emotional. Therefore, I am humbled by the trust that my clients place in me by allowing me to touch them, and my professor says it better than I can: 

"To place my hands upon another human being is the highest honor I will ever receive."

-Sheri Bowersox, CMT

 

Manibel Mendez, CMT

Certified Massage Therapist

Heritage College, 2002

 I began my path to being a massage therapist shortly after high school in 2001. I attended Heritage College in 2002 in Oklahoma City. I lived there for almost 4 years. I graduated in March 12, 2004 with an Associate of Occupational Studies Degree in Therapeutic Massage. I have always had an interest in helping others. In my free time I like to spend it with my two boys: Clarence (12) and Osmar (8.)