Fountains of Massage is a private practice dedicated to joint dysfunction and chronic medical conditions. Our therapist addresses conditions such as frozen shoulder, carpal tunnel syndrome, radiculopathy and knee complications via medical massage avoiding surgery and alleviating gross pain factors.
Balancing Health with Bodywork is our mission, whether the member needs specialized therapy or an indulgence of spa therapy. Balance is the focus. Members may select any blend of essential oils from the aromatherapy bar to enhance their massage experience. Spa treatment caveats are available to invigor skin brilliance. … Read more ›
|North Harris College||Associates Degree||Liberal Arts||2004|
|Other - Phoenix School of Massage||Massage Therapy||2000|
|Massage Therapy Instructor||Cortiva Institute|
Educating, mentoring, coaching, tutoring and facilitating advanced knowledge of massage therapy industry for future massage therapy students. Teaching courses across a wide gradient of subjects, including, Anatomy, Kinesiology, Pathology, & Reflexology.
|2014 - 2018|
|Licensed Massage Therapist||Fountains of Massage|
Founder of private massage therapy practice responsible for daily operations, scheduling, marketing, social media presence, but most importantly addressing chronic conditions riddled with painful function for the surrounding communities in a clinical way.
|2010 - Present|
Professional Member adhering to the Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice in keeping with a Texas Licensed Massage Therapist.
|2012 - Present|
Yolanda G Williams, LMT has not yet indicated the hospitals that she is affiliated with.
The practice addresses chronic pain, debilitating dysfunction due to injury and medical conditions using non-invasive manual therapy performed by the Medical Massage Practitioner. Custom treatment protocols are designed after extensive consultation/tests.
Years In Practice: 23 (started in 2000)
Accepts New Patients: Yes
Williams specializes in treating the following types of patients:
Medical Philosophy: Functional Medicine