Infinite Touch of Chicago-Best Massage Ever!

Kimm Danzie


My nerves were shot and my anxiety level was high. I knew it was time to start visiting Kimm Danzie, massage therapist, and owner of Infinite Touch of Chicago, and not just sporadically! With all the stressors in life, I was in dire need of an expert’s touch to rid me of the kinks, knots, and sore muscles, and my visits needed to be biweekly.

First of all, Ms. Danzie is a friendly, welcoming woman,with a calm voice. The location is nondescript and if you’re not paying attention, you can walk right pass the entrance. The environment is quiet, with good, soothing music playing in the background. This modest space includes the little things  that make a difference, like having a hook and hangers for my clothes, plus water and tissue on a stand next to the table. I believe Kimm emits magic dust from her hands or something because I truly can say that her techniques helped my aching muscles tremendously. I swear I dozed off, so I’m still not even sure if she used hot stones (along with the oil that kept me moisturized long after I left).

I had time for a 90 minute massage and it was totally worth every second. She used a combination of techniques (deep tissue, Swedish, and trigger point) to get rid of the bad juju that I was carrying (literally) on my shoulders, neck, back, legs, and arms. Inhaling and exhaling at various times during the massage helped to keep me calm but also helped to reduce the tension. At the end of the session, Kimm wrapped me up in my blanket like a cocoon, and S T R E T C H E D   my bent knees towards my chest!  My lower back started singing “Thank you Jesus!”  I can’t wait for my next appointment (I made this upcoming one while I was still floating from the last massage).

Everyone swears that their massage therapist has the best hands but I’d put my money on Ms. Danzie any time. Not only is she a therapist, but she also nationally board certified and has a “black woman owned” business. Now YOU don’t have to be a black woman to enjoy the massage! I’ll be booking my hubby for one too. You really need to make your way to Infinite Touch of Chicago if you’re in the market for a quality, relaxing experience.  If you don’t believe me, read the Facebook reviews!

Until next time,




As you make your resolutions for the upcoming year, make sure you include beauty and health goa

ls! I’ve been working on improving my overall health and being more cognizant of how I approach my own beauty routine. A few of my resolutions for 2013 are listed below:

1. Log my water intake DAILY! Drinking more water keeps my skin hydrated and makes my makeup look so much better!

2. Follow an exercise plan that works for ME versus someone else. Know thyself.

3. Limit the amount of cosmetics I purchase. This a common problem for makeup artists and product junkies.

4. Keep my cosmetic cases organized at all times! Doing so will prevent accidental repeat purchases of things I already own.

5. Moisturizing my hands and nails after every hand washing. I am a germaphobe but in my quest for clean hands and nails, I sometimes neglect to moisturize.

6. Get a monthly massage. No explanation needed.

I’m sure if think about it, I could come up with even more beauty goals for 2013 but I’ll stop for now. What are some things you resolve to do differently for your 2013 beauty routine? Leave a comment so I can compile a list to share with you all!

See you in 2013,