About Me

Lisa Widdowson has been a massage therapist since 2010.  She was trained by Eric Stephenson, Dr. Pam Popper & Dr. David Bole, nationally known educators in the fields of massage therapy, nutrition, and acupuncture.  She is certified in various modalities, most recently certified to do Lymph Massage for Detox.  Her modality of choice is Contrast Therapy, which uses warm stones and cool marble to warm up the tissue and then rid it of inflammation.  Other techniques employed include Acupressure, AromaTouch® Technique, The Magic of Hot Stone, Myofascial Release (Deep Tissue), Pre-Natal (Pregnancy), Reflexology, and Warm Bamboo. Lisa is also a member of the Nebraska chapter of the American Massage Therapy Association.

After the birth of her son, Lisa started to take healthy steps toward the prevention of disease in her family. Lisa is a distributor of JuicePlus+ and fully recommends eating a "Flexitarian" plant based diet with The Complete Transformation program. The 50 fruits, vegetables and berries in the Orchard, Garden and Vineyard capsule blends and Complete protein powders help Lisa provide the foundational nutrition needs of her family. As a result of improving her food choices, she is no longer suffering from symptoms of chronic fatigue, muscle and joint pain (also known as fibromyalgia), insomnia or brain fog, and her kids rarely go to the doctor.  She is an avid gardener and enjoys growing fruits and vegetables in her Tower Gardens.

Her positions in the past have helped others solve their computer challenges.  She has created and designed databases for various industries, and taught clients how to most effectively use the resources available to them. She was publicly baptized as a Christian in 2001 and volunteers with Keipos VEG (volunteer education gardens) in Papillion. She graduated from Grace University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership.

Lisa lives with her family in LaVista, NE. She offers a unique blend of massage modalities, heat therapies and essential oils to help her clients get what they want: More Energy and Less Stress. Truly, giving all the glory to our Creator, she believes that massage benefits the body, mind and spirit!