Therapist Spotlight: Ali Marnich

I have been a massage therapist at Infinity Massage & Wellness for 2 ½ years. I moved to this beautiful city in the summer of 2014 after completing my Bachelors Degree at Bemidji State University. I had switched majors multiple times and discovered that a career in massage therapy was what I was looking for all along. I received my training in massage at Lake Superior College and did my continuing education training in cupping and gua sha at Adagio Holistic Therapies in St. Paul. My sessions range from Read More +

Therapist Spotlight: Mandy Felknor

I have been doing massage for 16 years. I went to Lake Superior College for my massage therapy training. I have been working at Infinity Massage and Wellness for 4 years. One of my favorite areas on the body to work on are the feet. Our feet work hard for us every day. A foot massage can offer the benefits of relaxation, stress relief, ease headache pain, improve circulation and can help with anxiety. To do your own foot massage– start with massaging the pressure Read More +

Therapist Spotlight: Lynn O’Connor

I’ve been doing massage therapy for 8 years now. Worked for a B&B right after I became certified in massage therapy from Duluth Business University (DBU) in 2011, then worked for Massage Envy (2014) and began with Infinity Massage and Wellness in 2017. I enjoy helping people become stress free and seeing their aches and pains melt away. I really enjoy working the neck and shoulders as this seems to be the area needing the most work lately. Now a days almost everyone works at Read More +

Infinity Massage & Wellness Wins MINDBODY Visionary Award

  Infinity Massage & Wellness has been honored in the inaugural MINDBODY Visionary Awards, given for business excellence in fitness, beauty and wellness industries. “The MINDBODY Visionary Awards are our way of celebrating the businesses owners we serve, for both their success and for how they translate that into helping their communities live healthier, happier lives,” said Rick Stollmeyer, MINDBODY CEO and co-founder. “Connecting the world to wellness starts in our own backyards, and our honorees deserve to be recognized for their commitment and achievements.” Read More +

Infinity Massage & Wellness Adds Downtown Location

Duluth, MN – Infinity Massage & Wellness has announced the addition of a second location opening April 2, 2018 in Downtown Duluth. The new office will be located in the Regus Office Center in the Wells Fargo building (230 W. Superior Street, Suite 400). Infinity Massage & Wellness has been serving clients from their main location in Gordy’s Plaza in Hermantown since 2014. The second location will allow Infinity to better meet the needs of a section of their clientele that works in the Downtown Read More +

Infinity Voted Best of the Best

Infinity Massage & Wellness is pleased to announce that they have been voted Best of the Best by readers in the Duluth News Tribune. The contest allowed readers to nominate and vote for their favorite local businesses in a variety of categories. Infinity was nominated in four categories, and won the categories of “Best Massage” and “Best Workplace Culture – Small Business.” “It means so much to be recognized by our clients, community members and friends,” said Michelle Wall, co-owner of Infinity.  “We strive to Read More +

4 Ways Massage Therapy Benefits Runners

By Trisha Haws, LMT, LST, Published Feb. 9, 2015 on When was the last time you had a massage? Photo Whether you run for fun, competition or stress relief, here are four ways massage therapy can significantly improve your running potential: 1. Reduced Muscle Pain and Fatigue When you have started a new training program, increased the intensity of your training or are simply just running more mileage, massage therapy can be extremely helpful. Often times, the increased workload results in muscle pain and Read More +

Take Charge of Your Health: How Does Massage Work?

How Does Massage Work? Massage causes physiological changes in your body through: The relaxation response, which is an involuntary, yet predictable response of the nervous system to massage techniques and touch Mechanical responses, which are physical effects that occur in the body when pressure is applied to the soft tissues Together, these responses can produce physical and emotional benefits. What is the relaxation response? In a massage, a caring, safe touch is an invitation to relax. This, together with pain relief, generally produces a “relaxation response.” The relaxation Read More +

Dry Skin Brushing: Benefits and How To

By Dr. Mercola Taken from   Many people carefully tend to the skin on their face, regularly exfoliating, cleansing, and moisturizing. But when’s the last time you tended to the skin on the rest of your body? Your skin is your largest organ, after all, and there is one simple step you can add to your morning routine that can greatly improve its health – dry skin brushing. I’m not only referring to your skin’s aesthetic appearance, either (although many would agree this is Read More +

Can Cupping Promote Healing and Pain Relief?

The ancient practice is enjoying modern-day popularity. By Stacey Colino | Contributor July 20, 2016, at 9:00 a.m. Shared from U.S. News & World Report. Cupping involves applying heated glass or plastic cups to the skin to help restore the flow of blood and energy, or qi, and promote healing. (GETTY IMAGES) In recent years, celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston have shown up to star-studded events with mysterious circular, red marks on their backs, telltale signs of the ancient practice of cupping. While Read More +