“Reward your body with the benefits of an apparently simple luxury: touch!”

PEAC Health & Fitness offers massage therapy services to members. Services are performed by licensed massage therapists in private massage therapy room. The stress relief offered by a massage may reveal additional side benefits:

  • Decreased anxiety
  • Enhanced sleep quality
  • Greater energy
  • Increased circulation
  • Reduced fatigue


Massage has become an integral part of the new athletic regiment from sports medicine clinics, to college training rooms, to professional locker rooms to Olympic training. Growing number of trainers believe that massage can provide an extra edge to the athletes who participate in high performance sports. Massage has become a necessary ingredient for a complete workout.

Sports massage is not just an indulgence for spoiled athletes. Even the average fitness buff can gain significant benefits by incorporating massage into a training program.

If you engage in any regular athletic or fitness activity then you have likely experienced the consequences of your attempt to maintain a level of fitness. Muscle strains, pulls and aches are common occurrences of both professional and amateur athletes alike. Sports massage can help reduce the frequency and severity of these ailments. And that’s just the start of the benefits.

Whether you are participating in competitive sports or simply exercising to stay in shape, massage will help you to remain in better condition in general and will help to prevent injuries during competition or workouts. Massage can help an athlete to train more effectively, perform better and recover more quickly. Incorporating massage into an overall fitness program can insure that muscles remain supple and healthy thus insuring the maximum effectiveness during workouts and peak performance during events. Regular massage during training is essentially a maintenance program and helps insure that optimal results are achieved during training by promoting flexibility and avoiding debilitating injuries.

Kathy Czihowski

Master Therapist C.M.T.
Kathy Czaihowski (Kathy Mac), C.M.T. is a 2002 graduate of The School of Body Therapies, where she studied Deep Muscle Therapeutic Massage. Her eclectic technique incorporates a number of modalities including Acupressure, Stretching, and Trigger Point work. Through continuing training and education, Kathy also offers Reiki, Warm River Stone, Raindrop Therapy, Manual Lymphatic Draining, and Pre-Natal Massage. Kathy’s main goal is to work with the client to make each massage unique and specific to his or her needs. In her spare time, Kathy enjoys walking, spending time with her family, and vacationing.

Kathleen Hauf

Master Therapist, C.M.T.
Kathleen Hauf, C.M.T is a 1998 Graduate of Health Choices Massage School.  While pursuing her passion to become a Massage Therapist as a career, Kathleen simultaneously assumed the positions of Director of Student Clinics and Assistant Director of Continuing Education at Health Choices Massage School. In her 14 years as a C.M.T. Kathleen has worked in chiropractic and spa settings and has since developed her own private practice specializing in therapeutic massage and rejuvenating massage. Her integrative massage includes elements of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Polarity, Shiatsu, and Stretching.  Each massage is personalized to individual needs and requests. In her spare time, Kathleen enjoys cooking, going to the movies, and travel.  Kathleen donates her time to Hospice, and both the Make-a-Wish and Sunshine Foundations.


Massage Therapist