About Our Staff

Audrey Reardon is a passionate licensed massage therapist who studied at the National Holistic Institute in Studio City, California. There she was able to reinforce the connection she has always had with the mind and body through all different types of modalities. She takes pride in Myofascial and Trigger point therapy along with Shiatsu, Thai, Deep Tissue, energy work, and relaxation massage. Oak Park has always been her home, and she is very much looking forward to being an asset to the community in a positive, intimate and connected way. She believes every session can be a journey that takes place between therapist and client tackling the issues that are giving discomfort that day, while providing a treatment plan for prevention. Dr. Gerou and Audrey work very closely so that your treatment plan can be worked on together, allowing you the best results possible. She hopes you can leave her hands feeling safe, hopeful, and rejuvenated. 

        "The secret of getting ahead is getting started"

                     -Mark Twain 



Lynda Jo Shlaes has a style that is mindful, gentle and very grounding. Her classes are appropriate for students who are just beginning their yogic journey as well as those with experience. She is generous with sharing her knowledge, creating an atmosphere of learning and fun for students of any level. Lynda Jo is a certified yoga instructor from the Temple of Kriya Yoga in Chicago. She has studied with and been influenced by William Hunt, Christine Cipra, Kim Schwartz & Rich Logan. In addition she has worked with April Storms developing techniques to support sacrum stability and low back challenges. She began her study and practice of Yoga in 1999.


                           

Darcy Adams works with clients to help them learn to use their own movement to enhance the work that Dr. Gerou does in-clinic. She has a background in small group fitness including barre, yoga, and strength and mobility classes. Darcy has suffered several injuries to her spine and has used movement, as well as the help of practitioners like Dr. Gerou, to make a full recovery without surgery, medication, or shots. She wants to do everything she can to help women and men feel empowered by their own healing, strength, and flexibility. In her classes, she aims to provide people with tools and skills for how to assess their own alignment, add movement to their daily life, and put into practice the advice and prescriptions they have received from Dr. Gerou. She lives in Oak Park with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs.