Wellness 2019-12-16T09:03:05+00:00

Welcome to the Fitness and Wellness Department at the WRAC! Fitness and Wellness can mean many things to many people. To us, this means taking care of our bodies both mentally and physically through proper diet, exercise, and healthy habits. We know that staying well is an important aspect of life, yet because of its many components and the diverse nature of our campus community, it is difficult to construct one definition of fitness and wellness that applies to all. At the WRAC, we aim to help our community create a healthier, more functional life for themselves through the many services we offer. We encourage you to visit this site frequently to get the latest updates on schedules, specials, and programming.

Massage Therapy Prices

I started my massage therapy career not by massage therapy, but a fascination for martial arts. As I was reading up on Aikido (a Japanese martial art) it lead me to another technique of Pressure Point styles of martial arts. The pressure point styles then lead me to Shiatsu massage therapy techniques. While there weren’t any local places to studies formal Aikido, I found a college in Shreveport, Louisiana to studies Shiatsu. I started Blue Cliff College in the summer of 2007. It was a nine-month course where I studied varies types of massage therapy. The general modalities being Swedish, Deep Tissue, Shiatsu Massage, Pre and Post Natal Massage, and Sports Massage. I’ve worked at various location around Louisiana in almost every type of massage therapy scenario possible (Medical, Spa, Resorts, and Fitness Clubs). Some advanced modalities I’m familiar with are Cranial Sacral Therapy, Myofascial Release Technique. Trigger Point Therapy, as well as a forearm style like the Lomi Lomi Massage. I’m currently studying Touch for the Elderly and Seriously Ill.

Lantz Vercher
Licensed Massage Therapist
Lic# LA-5251