Nestled in Highland Plaza just down from Cobblestone Cafe you’ll find a warm yellow door that opens into the calm, light-filled space of Anointed Touch Massage. Owner and founder Tiffany Maple is an absolute delight, making you feel instantly welcome and positive you have come to the right place. Displays of local artwork including watercolors and photography add a sense of place.
Tiffany has always been driven by the desire to help people. Her career began with a BS in Sports Medicine and Athletic Training from UC and an MS in Public Health from Wright State University where she worked as a head athletic trainer. Her interest in massage grew out of her experiences with sports related injury and using massage to alleviate pain, restore and revitalize the body so that it is able to heal itself without physical impediment.
Anointed Touch Massage offers a variety of massage services all of which are tailored to meet individual needs.
Massage Services and Essential Oil Packages
● New Service: Prayer Massage
● Swedish Massage - increases oxygen in the blood, decreases muscle toxins, improves circulation and releases tension
● Deep Tissue Massage - reduces chronic muscle tension and stress hormone levels, improves mood and promotes relaxation
● Trigger Point Therapy - releases muscle constriction and is used to naturally manage pain and stress from chronic injuries
● Sports Massage - targeted therapeutic treatment for athletes
● Prenatal Massage - improves mood, reduces prenatal depression and lowers stress levels, reduces muscle tension and improves sleep
● Essential Oil Upgrades (available upon request)
New Service: Prayer Massage
By opening our pain up to God and listening to what our body is trying to tell us, we may come to understand what the heart cannot.
Prayer Massage explores the mind-body-spirit connection by opening one up to inner healing prayer. A session encourages the body’s ability to heal itself and allows space for a shift both emotionally and physically. Through a combination of massage and opening the pain up to God, healing can begin.
Prayer Massage Overview:
● Explores mind-body-spirit connection
● Opens pain up to God
● Reconnection to the body
● Connection between inner life and physical ailments
● Explores root of undiagnosed chronic pain
● Push beyond impulsive behaviors
Painful memories held in the muscles over time can lead to a variety of illness as the emotional trauma gets trapped and physically presents itself. A session allows a safe place to discern the root causes of suffering and opens a channel up for healing to begin.
A session allows you the space to process and discern the possible emotional root causes of physical pain. The process of reconnecting the body, mind, and spirit brings about a shift in perception. By combining prayer and massage we begin to heal of our soul, mind and body.
Prayer Massage rates:
● 60 mins - $90
● 90 mins - $125
Expansion and New Massage Therapist
Anointed Touch Massage opened in 2013 at its original location in the historic Hiland Building and moved to its current, larger space after demand for Tiffany’s services increased. She has been transitioning the downstairs into a quiet, comfortable waiting area for her clients complete with local artist paintings and photographs.
In addition to expanding her new space she recently brought aboard another massage therapist, Meg Wilson, for whom Tiffany and her clients have only the highest praise.
Tiffany’s journey to massage therapy is rooted in her passion for helping people and an understanding that the body is designed to heal itself. Tiffany brings over 10 years experience in sports medicine and injury prevention to her work. She is the official massage therapist of FC Cincinnati Professional Soccer Club and was recently awarded the title of official massage therapist for the Cincinnati Cyclones. Bringing Meg on board at Anointed Touch has opened up availability for new clients and appointments.
To learn more about services or to make an appointment at Anointed Touch email email@example.com or call (513) 673-9252.
By Nicolette Meade