Fort Worth, Texas – October 15, 2020 – “I am very confident in my body work,” says Brittany Kaseoru, owner of Queen of Cups, a new Fort Worth holistic luxury bodywork studio. A Vermonter who arrived in DFW by way of Virginia, Kaseoru has set out to create a different (and better) client experience at her new studio in Fort Worth Design District.
“I like to have natural light and plenty of open space to work with my clients,” said Kaseoru. “We offer a selection of soothing music at Queen of Cups, but it isn’t what most people think of as spa music,” she added.
Kaseoru is highly proficient in cupping massage, a type of decompression therapy by way of suction. “Cupping increases blood flow to the areas where the cups are placed and works wonderfully to relieve muscle tension,” said Kaseoru.
“Since people learned that swimmer Michal Phelps uses cupping, it’s become popular,” said Kaseoru, who offers a cupping massage that combines deep breathing and joint traction and uses heart-shaped cups.
For clients with edema, those with allergies, or those experiencing post-operative swelling, Kaseoru offers massage for lymphatic drainage. “Starting at the head or neck, I use repetitive, rhythmic light touching to get lymph that have become stuck or sluggish to flow freely again,” said the Ft Worth massage therapist.
A graduate of Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga in Blacksburg, VA, Kaseoru also offers a dreamy pre-natal massage that focuses on shoulders, hips, and feet and uses pregnancy-safe oils and massage practices. “With this massage, I offer an option for a belly massage towards the end of the session,” added the studio owner.
A life-long learner, Kaseoru has recently enrolled in a course on quantum facelifting from the Mind Body Institute. “Quantum facelifting is like Botox without the Botox. It’s quickly becoming one of my favorite methods to treat a part of the body many therapists neglect,” said Kaseoru.
Of course, Kaseoru also offers popular massage modalities such as Swedish massage and deep tissue massage. “Not only does Swedish massage relieve stress and induce sleep, it also encourages internal balance and activates the body’s natural ability to heal itself,” said Fort Worth Massage Therapist Kaseoru.
The upstairs part of Kaseoru’s studio space is where she works with her massage clients. The downstairs space will be an art gallery and retail space. “In the spirit of the Fort Worth Design District, I am seeking pieces from local artists want to exhibit with the option to sell in my studio space,” said Kaseoru.
The downstairs at Queen of Cups will be a fun place to shop for magical items such as Tarot cards, rare books of poetry, as well as skincare products from Sweet Nectar Beauty and CBD-organic herb blends from Tarot CBD.
All massage sessions are by appointment. Both client and therapist will wear masks. To learn more about Fort Worth’s newest holistic massage studio, visit https://www.queenofcupsdfw.com/. Massage appointments can be booked directly on the website or on the spa’s Facebook page. Kaseoru is offering a $22 discount for new clients booking their first session.
About Fort Worth Design District
Fort Worth Design District is a business enclave made for creative entrepreneurs in fashion, design, architecture, technology, and other fields that prize both design and aesthetics. 40+ acres, Fort Worth Design District features retail shop spaces, studios and workshops, showrooms, light industrial spaces for makers, distributors and manufacturers and office suites. The center of the district is Box Office Warehouse Suites (BOWS), an eco-friendly business park made from more than 100 recycled shipping containers. Surrounding BOWS is Golden Triangle Business Park with Fort Worth commercial property for rent. Nestled in the complex is Paddock Place Office Suites, the horse barn turned into coworking office suites.
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