LAKE OZARK, Mo. – Nine licensed massage therapists at Spa Shiki at the Lodge of Four Seasons in Lake Ozark, Missouri completed advanced training on connective tissue massage through the American Spa Therapy Education and Certification Council (ASTECC). Particularly suited for the treatment of circulatory problems (e.g., cellulite, spider veins and fluid retention), connective tissue massage promotes deep relaxation while addressing the somatic body.

The following Spa Shiki therapists completed the ASTECC training and received 16 CEUs: Ann Brown, Anne Watson, Marc Morin, Seth Keith, Anita Wiley, Nicole Roberts, Jaime Bound, Jami Nulsen and Carol Schien. All Spa Shiki therapists are licensed by the state of Missouri and receive advanced training throughout the year to continually advance their skills. Spa Shiki is a member of the International Spa Association.

Spa Shiki offers advanced training for spa professionals throughout the year. ASTECC provides comprehensive post-graduate spa education for top spas around the world, including the Mobil 5-Star Spa Montage of The Montage Resort in Laguna Beach, Calif. For more information, please visit, or or call 573-365-8108.

Located at the Lodge of the Four Seasons on Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks, Spa Shiki is one of the largest resort spas in the Midwest and was featured on NBC’s “Weekend Today” as one of the top values in the United States for a spa getaway. Providing skilled therapists that receive continual education through the American Spa Therapy and Education Certification Council and more, the Japanese-themed Spa Shiki offers a comprehensive array of health and wellness treatments and is dedicated to educating guests on the benefits of spa. Spa Shiki is a member of ISPA, the national governing board for resort spas. Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks is one of the world’s largest manmade lakes, covering 1,150 miles of shoreline.