At Yulli Therapeutic Healing Center, our team represents the best in therapeutic massage and healing professionals. While we’re proud of our many certifications, we’re also dedicated to consistently engaging in continuing education to increase our knowledge of various massage modalities. For instance, in 2019, our therapists traveled to Costa Rica to become certified in oncology massage and better serve an emerging need for members of our community. We’re honored to serve you.
Yully Ludena is a nationally certified massage therapist with certifications in medical, advanced sport, TMJ, and lymphatic drainage massage and specialities in deep tissue and trigger point therapy. She leads the Yulli Therapeutic team, facilitating a culture of joy, and helping her patients incorporate massage to improve their lifestyle and overall health. From carrying her massage table to her clients’ homes in 2008 to opening a brand new studio in McLean in 2020—and every step along the way—Yully has grown a devoted book of clients who are drawn to her for her healing touch and contagious optimism.
Matthew has practiced massage therapy since 2013. Attending the Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage and Holistic Massage training Institute he specializes in Sports, Vedic Thai-Yoga and Medical Massage. Matthew helps revitalize muscular function and spiritual relaxation. His experience has been established in high volume spas, an chiropractic office and mobile massage. In 2018 Matthew spent a year teaching massage therapy granting him vast knowledge of human anatomy, physiology and kinesiology. A session with Matthew can help connect the dots between your daily activities, the accumulation of tension and breaking the cycle of discomfort.
Susie Hoo is a graduate of the Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage, certified in oncology massage, and skilled in craniosacral therapy. Heavily influenced by the power of Eastern medicine modalities, such as cupping and Gua Sha, she is passionate about releasing pain and getting the body in balance through improved circulation and blood flow. After suffering from migraines for many years, Susie experienced firsthand the release and relief that results from deep tendon and muscle work. Susie is motivated by her clients and is engaged in continuous learning to improve and expand her healing techniques.
Luz Marjorie Colorado
Luz Marjorie Colorado, graduated in 2000 with a Masters in Physical Therapy from Manuela
Beltran University (Colombia). She then moved to United States in 2004. In 2012, she joined the Northern Virginia School of Therapeutic Massage and graduated as a Massage Therapist within the same year. Marjorie obtained her Virginia State licensure (Virginia Board of Nursing) in February of 2013 and is a proud member of ABMP. In the past 8+ years, Marjorie has been working at spas and Chiropractic clinics, further improving her therapeutic massage techniques and knowledge of the human body. She is adept in various methods of therapeutic massage including, but not limited to: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Sports Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Bamboo Massage, and several others.
Joseph went to National Massage Therapy Institute(NMTI) in 2014. He has been working in a gym environment alongside athletes for the past 6 yrs. As a former athlete himself, he has experienced multiple injuries and learned from his experiences. He hopes to educate his clients on how to be more aware of their past injuries and overall basic body maintenance such as strength training, stretching and posture for a better quality of life. He can provide specific treatment plans based on his clients’ needs, goals, and activities to improve and maintain overall performance. He specializes in sports massage, trigger point therapy, medical and rehab.
Neung (Thanida) Ampai
Thanida is a nationally certified massage therapist and health wellness expert. She maintains certifications in Thai, Balinese, Swedish, Sports, lymphatic drainage, deep tissue and other forms of massage. She values promoting the ancient skills of traditional Thai massage and has deep expertise in combining stretching, physical manipulation, and rhythmic compression using her hands, elbows and feet to open the energy flow and release deep seated tension. Her goal is to promote an improved sense of well being and flexibility.
Rick specializes in Neuromuscular therapy, which consists of alternating levels of concentrated pressure on the areas of muscle spasm. The massage therapy pressure is usually applied with the fingers, knuckles, or elbow. Once applied to a muscle spasm, the pressure should not vary for ten to thirty seconds.