Infinity is Moving!

We are excited to announce that Infinity is moving to a new location! This fall, we’ll be moving to 3802 Trinity Road, Suite 2 in Duluth. The new space will feature additional treatment rooms, an expanded retail section, a larger infrared sauna and better accessibility. Just minutes from our current office, we’ll remain easy to get to and parking is still free and ample. Our new space is currently under construction so stay tuned for updates on our progress and when we’ve confirmed a move-in Read More +

Happy Holidays!

Happy holidays from all of us at Infinity Massage and Wellness! 2020 has been a challenging year for all of us, but thanks to the tremendous support from our clients and community, we’ve made it through stronger as a company and as a team.  We thank you for supporting our local business and trusting us to be a partner in your wellness. We look forward to serving you in the new year and beyond! We hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday season. Read More +

When Life Throws You Curves

A PT with scoliosis helps others with the condition   By April Gerard, PT A Defining Moment Feature, published in PT in Motion Magazine, April 2020   From a pretty early age I wanted to be a physical therapist. Two experiences with Pts determined my future career. At 13 I qualified for the Junior Nationals in Alaska in alpine ski racing. When I underwent my first sports physical I learned that I had rather severe scoliosis. I worried this would mean I’d have to wear Read More +

Ahead of the Curve

Exercise-based physical therapy method helps people with scoliosis By John Lundy (Published in the Duluth News Tribune April 2, 2019) April Gerard had been a physical therapist for decades when she discovered a treatment method that helped with her own scoliosis. Now she’s using the same method to help her patients. “I was always in front of the class showing off my terrible spine or my bad knees,” said Gerard, 63, who practices at the St. Luke’s Mount Royal Medical Clinic. Once a top downhill Read More +

Summer News from Infinity

Take care of that Summer Skin Summer fun means time in the sun, wind and water. Despite all the enjoyment, summer activities can take a toll on your body and skin if you’re not careful. Remember to stay hydrated, and think massage for those tired muscles, and don’t forget to take care of your skin. In addition to sunscreen, it’s incredibly important to moisturize and keep your skin hydrated too. Introducing Essence One Infinity is proud to be carrying body products from Essence One – Read More +

Infinity Massage & Wellness Wins MINDBODY Visionary Award

Infinity Massage & Wellness has been honored in the second annual MINDBODY Visionary Awards, given for business excellence in fitness, beauty and wellness industries.    “The Visionary Awards are our way of celebrating the business owners we serve, for both their hard work and for how they lead the charge of helping people live healthier, happier lives,” said Rick Stollmeyer, MINDBODY CEO and co-founder. “Our commitment to connecting the world to wellness starts at the local level, and our honorees deserve special recognition for their Read More +

Allergy Time?

The snow is melting and spring weather is finally on its way. While the warmer temps and longer days are a welcome change, it also marks the transition from cold/flu season into allergy season. Thankfully, Infinity has options to help you manage your health through the changes. We’re proud to partner with Stacey Quade with Energy For Life Connection and offer a wide variety of her tinctures and syrups to boost your immune system through all seasons. Stacey is a Certified Healing Touch Practitioner and Read More +

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 +