Mike Van Duyn
Massage Therapist/ Personal Trainer
A balance of fitness, nutrition and self care.
Promoting self healing.
Maintaining balance as a whole.
Being an active father who is very busy I truly understand how hard it can be finding the time to stay on top or begin to worry about yourself; Especially selfcare!
That's why I'm here.
I have a passion to spread and promote proper balance of maintaining true self care. I've had lots of people help me along the way and open my eyes to my own possibilities including the ability to help others.
There are many things in life that drive me to provide answers and solutions to help others on their own personal journey.
There are struggles in life and there is nothing we can do but face them and overcome.
Join my journey so together we can walk and change lives as we change ourselves!
Alizabeth Van Duyn
As a massage therapist we are here to assist the body to do what it was created to do, heal itself. Massage is the perfect instrument to guid the body to relax into homeostasis (balance).
I attended a course to become one of the first Massage Therapists in the nation trained in Graston Technique, a bodywork technique previously reserved for licensed physicians and physical therapists. I have a passion to teach people the important of massage on the human body. I teach my clients ways to continue treatment even after they are off my table and I teach the next generation of Masage Therapists at Indiana Wellness College.
I am originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan where I attended the Blue Heron Academy of Healing Arts and Science and graduated as a Therapeutic Massage Therapists.
I am Shan White. In one word, I would describe myself as an Adventurer.
I have a degree from the University of New Hampshire in Recreation Management and became an outdoor guide after graduating in 2015. I love to #OptOutside, and share my knowledge of the outdoors with whomever is interested in learning. Throughout my guiding career, I often offered fellow guides massages to ease their aching muscles (guides carry a lot of gear). I have had a passion for massage since childhood, and after seeing first-hand how my amateur massages helped my co-workers, I decided to hang up my boots, professional, and grab the lotion bottle. I recently graduated from Indiana Wellness College for Massage Therapy and am excited to join Muscle Mobility’s team.
Everyone’s a lifetime learner, you never stop learning and growing. Whether that is in your career (massage) or in your body’s natural movement (mobility). I’m excited to continue my growth every day in massage, and continue mine and my client’s growth in body mechanics and mobility.
My name is Sarah Lowe, and I have four years of personal training experience. During my lifetime, many of my close family members have struggled with mental health issues, eating disorders, and obesity. This is why I have made it my life’s mission to learn as much about health and wellness as possible so that I can help those around me live their happiest, healthiest lives. As your trainer, my goal is to help you feel comfortable and confident with yourself. My
philosophy is centered around establishing healthy eating habits and effective physical activity. We will accomplish this by holding you accountable to a personalized training plan that takes your current health into account while making steady progress towards your ultimate goals. If
you are interested in an empowering and uplifting experience with a trainer who cares about you,
give me a call!
Sara is a Certified Massage Therapist on staff at Muscle Mobility Performance and Wellness and Franciscan Health- St. Francis Hospital. She is a graduate of Indiana Wellness College and Ball State University. Sara specializes in deep tissue work and medical massage including therapeutic techniques for chronic pain,
migraines, and anxiety. Before becoming a massage therapist, she was a professional dancer and teacher and was inspired to make the transition to massage therapy after sustaining a shoulder injury that was healed by deep tissue massage and cupping. Her work with dancers has prepared her for a career that focuses on the needs of athletes and she is excited to be joining the team at MMPW.