(262) 673-7502 wings1@nconnect.net

About Us

Wings Massage Therapy is located in the rolling hills of the Erin township in a beautiful log home uniquely set into the hillside creating a sense of peace and tranquility. Located west of Holy Hill along Hwy. 167, Wings has offered relaxation massage, neuromuscular therapy, deep-tissue massage, and myofascial release therapy since it opened in 1997. Our mission is to help people feel comfortable and secure by creating a safe and nurturing place for them to experience healing.

Our Hours

Mon, – Wed.: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Thurs: Closed
Fri: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Our Philosophy

Massage therapy affects all levels of our being holistically. The release of muscle tension helps to unlock and balance the overall flow of life energy throughout the body.

At Wings, our therapists integrate caring touch with specific techniques to release physical and emotional tension which ultimately helps facilitate healing.

In addition to nurturing your muscles and tissues, Wings provides an avenue for people to be touched in a safe and caring environment. Because our culture gives us so few opportunities for nurturing contact, one of the most significant benefits of massage is the comfort of human caring.


Massage therapy helps to promote a state of well-being. Living in more relaxed and balanced body makes it easier to handle the stress of day-to-day life, and provides balance to your state-of-mind.

Your massage takes place in a comfortable and safe environment, free from life’s stress. Wings speaks a language of gentleness, trust and caring.

Meet Our Staff

Marlene Ziemer, LMT, NCTMB

Licensed Massage Therapist

Marlene Ziemer, LMT, NCTMB is a 2003 graduate of the Blue Sky School of Massage. She specializes in a neuromuscular approach to her massage sessions. Marlene prides herself in helping clients reconnect to their body, mind, spirit by using a blend of soft tissue massage and muscle therapy in addition to her ability to use honed techniques and skills to help create a transformation process. Her goal is to partner with her client to bring release and balance to help them maintain a healthier homeostasis.

Marlene also offers Relaxation Massage, Prenatal Massage and Hot Stone Therapy.

Patricia Knaebe, LMT, NCTMB

Owner / Licensed Massage Therapist

Patricia Knaebe is the Founder and Owner of Wings Professional Massage Therapy. In her 35 years in the health field, Patricia has long promoted the benefits of wellness. Her goal is to help people achieve wellness through massage therapy and her mission is to help people feel comfortable and secure by creating a safe and nurturing place for them to experience healing.

Patricia is a graduate of the Chicago School of Massage Therapy, and is a Certified and State Licensed Massage Therapist who specializes in working with people who have chronic pain.

Linda Preschat, LMT, NCTMB

Licensed Massage Therapist

Linda Preschat, LMT, NCTMB is a 2008 graduate of Lakeside School of Massage Therapy.  Her passion for the Myofascial Release approach to therapeutic massage led her to the John Barnes Method. Linda is proud to call herself a Myofascial Release Therapist after completing several MFR courses. Linda utilizes a combination of life skills, myofascial release, and aromatherapy techniques to assist her clients in releasing physical and emotional tension to help facilitate healing.

One of Linda’s life purposes is to bring a warm touch and a smile to others.  Her goal is to help clients deal with both chronic pain and the everyday stress effecting the body, mind, spirit by addressing issues in a therapeutic manner that brings lasting benefits opposed to just a temporary fix. For more information about myofascial release, visit Natural Balance Therapy

It’s a real pleasure to drive up to this serene log home for our monthly massages. The therapists at Wings always seem to know what we need. We have reaped the benefits from making this beautiful and tranquil experience a part of our wellness program. We always leave feeling refreshed both physically and emotionally.

Jim and Mitzi Knapp