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Embody Health and Wellness

2020 is the year of self-care and Sharon Dean, Owner of Embody Healthy and Wellness and a license massage therapist, is making sure that you achieve your self-care goals this year. 

Dean’s woman-owned, small business specializes in massage therapy, skin care, and wellness classes. Currently, they’re also offering talks and classes on CBD and how you can benefit from it, healing martial arts, aromatherapy, and yoga. 
“Started in 2015, Embody Health and Wellness focuses on helping you meet your wellness goals for your mind, body, and spirit,” she says.
Dean wasn’t inspired to start Embody because massage therapy has always been a part of her life. 
“My father was an Osteopathic physician and showed me numerous techniques that he used to relax and give pain relief to his patients with chronic illnesses,” she explains. “I observed how massage helped many of his patients with cancer, arthritis, fibromyalgia, sports injuries, and those who were elderly. I have always been convinced that a healing touch can help patients in almost any circumstance.”
There are three other licensed massage therapists who work at Embody Health and Wellness including Chelsea Yount, Laura Perenic, and Rebecca Stanforth. Jayne Kelly serves as the esthetician specializing in skin care and Dean’s partner Angela O’Neal is an aromatherapist and works with developing essential oil blends and lotions to use in the practice. 
“We also partner with Dr. Bridget Williams of Green Harvest Health to offer expertise on the CBD products that we use for massage therapy,” says Dean. 
Eva McFerran also works at Embody and focuses on building client relationships and keeping the space running smoothly. 

Massage therapy is the core of Embody Health and Wellness and the therapists there use many different techniques to help clients including hot stone, Swedish, cupping, trigger point, deep tissue, sports, oncology, prenatal, and couples massages. 


“Our signature massage is a ‘Hot Swedish,’ which is a blend of hot stone and Swedish massage,” says Dean. “We also do a lot of cupping and CBD massage. Our esthetics offerings include derma plane, facial, waxing, lash life and tine, and make-up application. Unlike some of the chain studios, every service we provide is customized to focus on the client.”

This month, Embody Health and Wellness opened a new classroom space that allows them to expand wellness offerings. 

“Massage therapist Rebecca is a blackbelt in Taekwondo and is a certified teacher in kimodo,” says Dean. “She will begin teaching kimodo classes at Embody in March. Angela’s ‘Amazing Aloes’ and aromatherapy classes are a great way to learn more about essential oils and always include a make-and-take.”

Embody Health and Wellness also sees importance in promoting other women, so Dr. Williams of Green Harvest Health supplies their CBD products and teaches classes. And this spring, the Ohio Baby Co. will be joining the team to teach classes for parents-to-be.

Embody Health and Wellness now hosts bridal showers, baby showers, and other small events. “You get use of the classroom for your group and can add on massages, facials, or even an aromatherapy class,” adds Dean. 

Embody Health and Wellness is located at 3716 Ridge Mill Drive in Hilliard, off of I-270 at Fishinger Road at the Mill Run Shopping Center.

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