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Rynice Hanson Rynice Hanson, LMT

Rynice, a transplant from Indiana, is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and since 2008 has been a Nationally Certified massage therapist specializing in injury rehabilitation, chronic pain management, and sports massage. She received her bachelor's degrees in French and Theatre, and her minor studies in Biology took her as far away as Finland. After spending a year teaching English in France, she received her initial 750 hours of massage training at the Atlanta School of Massage. She has five different modality certifications (Swedish Massage and Deep Tissue Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Spa Therapies, Foot Reflexology, and Seated Massage), and she is also trained in orthopedic assessment, hydrotherapy, sports massage, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation stretching, active-assisted techniques, pregnancy massage, and oncology massage. When she's not working at her professional passion, Rynice is usually out running, hiking, taking part in a live music or theatrical performance, or reinforcing her street cred as a Sci-fi/Fantasy geek.


 Renee Schroder Renee Schroder, LMT

Renee has been working with PWC patients for more than four years.  In April of 2006, Renee completed 300 hours of massage training at the Austin School of Massage.  With a thirst for more knowledge, she attended the Lauterstien-Conway 250 hour advanced massage program which she completed in May 2008.  She now specializes in deep tissue, myofascial release, sports massage, Swedish, and structural massage.  When not working, Renee practices Shaolin-Do Kung Fu and enjoys running, biking and swimming as often as possible.



Sunnie Gonzales, LMT

Sunnie has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since January 2009. Health and healing are her top priorities when working with clients.  Every massage she performs is specialized to fit the needs of each client’s specific ailments. She has 565 hours of training in Swedish and Deep Tissue massage.  She is also certified in Hot Stone Massage, Chakra balancing and Reflexology (with Ariana Vincent), Prenatal Massage (with Rima Star), Sports  Massage, Trigger Point, and Hydrotherapy.


Slade Manes, L.Ac., LMT, M.S.Ac.O.M.

Slade Manes (pronounced Manus) was born in Baton Rouge, LA on Nov. 5, 1979. He attended Catholic High School, playing football while there. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from LSU in 2002, then attended Medical Training College where he earned a Massage Therapy diploma. His NeuroMuscular Therapy ("Deep Tissue") instructor, Steve Thomas, was an understudy to Janet Travell, the woman who developed the technique and literally wrote the books on Deep Tissue. He graduated as valedictorian of his massage class and gave the benediction speech at graduation. Additionally, Slade has been blessed with the gift of touch. This, combined with 12+ years of experience, make him an excellent massage therapist. He migrated to Austin in 2004, quickly falling in love with the music, nature, and the culture. In 2006, Slade furthered his education at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine. After taking two breaks- one to take care of a sick grandmother and once to be a stay-at-home dad, he eventually earned his dual Masters degree: Masters of Science in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (M.S.Ac.O.M.). Slade maintains state licenses and national certifications in both acupuncture and massage. He makes Chinese herbal tinctures locally and in small batches. He is also a certified Supreme Science Qigong Foundation Level 1 Form facilitator. He is also certified by Kinetacore in Functional Dry Needling. Slade's focus outside of work is his family. His wife is a physician assistant for a urology group in Austin. They have two children, Edi and Ethan. Personally, he enjoys music, cooking, good food, travel, hiking, camping, disc golf, and anything outdoors (especially water-related activities). Slade follows LSU football, and during big games, he manages blood pressure spikes with good bourbon. 

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DayCHIROPRACTICMASSAGE
Monday7am - 4:30pm8:30am - 6:30pm
Tuesday7am - 6:45pm8:30am - 6:30pm
Wednesday12pm - 6:45pm8:30am - 6:30pm
Thursday7am - 6:45pm8:30am - 6:30pm
Friday7am - 3:45pm8:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday8:30am - 12:30pm9:45am - 2:45pm
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