Our Therapists – Madison
Reach your greatest potential with the help of Peak Performance Massage. Our skilled massage therapists listen to your needs and employ the proper techniques to deliver a therapeutic experience. Peak Performance Massage invites you to enjoy the benefits of therapeutic massage today, and discover the long-lasting positive effects it can have on your body and your mind.
O’Neill is a graduate of Lakeside School of Massage Therapy, and she practices massage therapy for The University of Wisconsin-Madison Athletic Department. As a dancer for 15 years and the daughter of a basketball coach, she has been involved in athletics most of her life and has first-hand knowledge of the toll athletics can take on people’s bodies. With a bachelor’s degree in psychology and several years of massage experience, O’Neill also understands the extraordinary pain management and mental health benefits of massage.
Kelby is a 2016 Spring graduate from the MATC Therapeutic Massage program which consisted of over 800 hours of training in a variety of modalities. Kelby currently serves as an assistant coach for high school football and wrestling and as a former 3-sport high school athlete and D-1 collegiate baseball player. Kelby knows the importance of bodywork. “I enjoy working with clients to determine what their body needs that day to help restore balance.” Kelby also has two young boys who keep him and his wife very busy so he also understands the importance of a relaxing massage. “Not everyone needs the same thing out of every massage and I enjoy bringing to each session what that person needs at that time.”
Certified Cupping Therapist- Lymphatic Drainage, Reconstruction of Connective Tissue, Myofascial Release, Cellulite Treatments, Sports Cupping, Abdominal Cupping, Biomagnetic Therapy, Foot Reflexology.
After I graduated from MATC’s Massage program in 2014, I started my career at spa, which after I moved to work alongside Chiropractors. Working with Chiropractors gave me a better understanding on how to treat people with ongoing conditions and treat people to cope better with post-surgery recovery. After a year there I decided to move back to Madison for work to be close to my wife and daughter. I have a year old daughter that is my motivation to keep going. Seeing her grow in such short time allows me to reflect that growth is a bliss and part of life. Something that I take to heart and apply in to my work. My interest in therapeutic work and sports therapy have been my number one priority as a therapist. I enjoy working on athletes from all different aspects of sports and training. One of thing I love about my career is to simply help anyone looking to change their lifestyles, and to see them grow and have their goals accomplished is without a doubt rewarding.