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An agent that relieves, prevents, or counteracts unwanted effects

Helping you find the antidote to your stress, pain, and movement dysfunction.

We incorporate hands-on soft tissue therapies to promote the healing and expansion of your body’s natural functionality. By restoring mobility, improving circulation, and decreasing stress, we can greatly improve your movement, mood, and overall wellness.

Every treatment experience is unique and fully customized to you, with the goal of cultivating healthy physical capacity. We believe the body is incredibly capable of self-healing, it simply requires the proper expertise and patience to facilitate meaningful change.



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Integrated Functional Therapy

This combination of assessment, soft tissue management (including Functional Range Systems) and mobility rehabilitation incorporates both passive and active care to improve range of motion, performance and alleviate pain. Conditions commonly treated include: back pain, headache, shoulder impingement, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, tennis or golfers elbow, sciatica and many more.

Therapeutic Massage

Pressure dependent on preference, from gentle to deep, soft tissue is engaged and guided to soothe tension and promote relaxation of both mind and body.

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CranioSacral Therapy

A gentle approach to regulating the nervous system, it is effective for a wide range of conditions (including chronic pain, stress and migraines) to relieve discomfort and tension, improving whole-body performance.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)

This non-invasive, soothing, specialized therapy supports the immune system, reduces fluid retention/swelling and increases lymph circulation. Though it is designed for lymphedema, it is well suited for conditions affecting the sinuses, skin, digestion, immune system, as well as pre and post surgical procedures.

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Prenatal Massage Therapy

Customized to meet the needs of pregnant women by easing discomfort, reducing stress on weight bearing joints, encouraging circulation and promoting overall emotional and physical wellness.


With a light touch, this form of energy work is a great tool for stress reduction and deep relaxation. Often utilized for wellness, reiki assists in creating an environment to facilitate healing.

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Danelle Warner LMT

Danelle Warner

Founder Antidote Functional Therapies

Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Personal Trainer, Practitioner of: Functional Range Release, Functional Range Conditioning and Assessment, Postural Restoration Institute, CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation and Reiki

I provide stress reduction, pain relief and mobility restoration by combining hands-on techniques and movement. With each visit you will receive an assessment, a treatment plan catered to your individual needs, as well as strategies to maintain and improve your results. In short, I help you move better and feel better by making stuff work nice! Outside of therapist life, I enjoy weightlifting, hiking and cooking. Downtime activities include cat cuddling, watching British TV and puzzles.

Anna Iskandar

Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Lymphatic Therapist, Certified Yoga Instructor, Physical Therapist Assistant, Practitioner of CranioSacral Therapy, Neuro-lymphatic Therapy and Reiki

To help you find relief physically and emotionally, I incorporate a variety of modalities into a personalized treatment. If you are looking to find balance in your body, clear emotional distress, reduce swelling or improve your ability to circulate fluid (due to edema, sinus congestion, gastrointestinal distress, pregnancy, cramps, headaches, joint pain, cancer complications, etc.) I am happy to be of service. Personally, I find balance practicing yoga, dancing, hiking, and being with my two children and husband.

Anna Iskandar, LMT

Amber Counihan

Licensed Massage Therapist, Functional Range Release Practitioner, Functional Range Conditioning Mobility Specialist, Prenatal Massage Certification, Practitioner of CranioSacral Therapy

I felt called to massage therapy to provide you with an alternative care path to manage pain and stress. In session, I offer a range of manual techniques and mobility reeducation to reduce tension, improve tissue quality and restore joint health. My other interests include cooking, painting, graphic design, gardening, gaming and all things autumnal.



Which service should I book?

When booking an appointment, it's ok if you're contemplating a few treatment options. Your intake and assessment will determine how we proceed with each session. EVERY treatment experience is unique and fully customized to you, as we strive to help you improve your body's self-healing capabilities.

What should I wear?

We recommend coming to your appointment dressed in clothes you can comfortably move in (or bring them with you). At the least we might assess mobility and/or range of motion prior to a traditionally draped session, at most undressing won't be required at all. Either way, it is most helpful to wear attire you aren't encumbered by.

Can I use my health insurance?

In the state of Ohio, health insurance does not cover massage therapy. That said, most people who have a FSA or HSA account can use this towards their sessions. Reach out to your HR department or your medical insurance carrier and ask if massage therapy is considered a covered treatment. They may have you obtain a prescription from your doctor.

When asking your doctor for a prescription, be specific with your symptoms or the type of treatment you're looking for. There are a wide variety of mental and physical conditions that could qualify for massage therapy, including but not limited to stress-related symptoms, circulation issues, sciatica, arthritis, tinnitus, fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression and chronic back pain.

Do you charge sales tax?

According to Ohio State regulations, massage therapy services are subject to sales tax. However, tax can be waived with a prescription from your doctor or chiropractor (see paragraph above). Ask your doctor/chiropractor for a note and bring it with you to your appointment (or email it in advance) and it will be added to your file. Prescriptions are valid for one year.




New Clients:

Please fill out the electronic intake form in advance of your session (link included with your appointment confirmation email). This provides the therapist the opportunity to adequately prepare for your session before the scheduled start time. If need be, you may also arrive 10 minutes early to fill out the form in our office.

Late Cancellations:

A minimum of 24 hours notice is required for any canceled appointment. This allows us enough time to effectively offer that session to someone else. You will be charged 50% of the scheduled service should you cancel or need to reschedule less than 24 hours in advance of your appointment time. You will be charged 100% of the service should you cancel the same-day or no-show. These fees will be waived if you are able to send someone in your place, and they assume the cost of the appointment.

Late Arrivals:

Should unavoidable circumstances cause lateness, please inform us so that accommodations can be made. If we have not heard from you 10 minutes after your appointed start time, we will send out a courtesy call or text. If you are on your way, you have the option to receive the remainder of your appointment at the full cost, provided there is sufficient time remaining upon your arrival. Appointment times are reserved for each client, so it is difficult to exceed that reserved time without making the next client late.


If we do not hear from you, you will be charged 100% of the missed service.

We reserve the right to refuse future appointments based on recurring late cancellations or no- shows.