I offer a variety of therapies - Massage Therapy, Reflexology, Bowen Therapy and more - to help clients find whatever it is they need to heal, rejuvenate and feel whole physically, spiritually and emotionally.
I am constantly amazed by the body's ability to heal itself and am grateful to be part of this process. I find the work I do so rewarding - to have a client walk out of my office feeling better than when they walked in is such a gift. I am passionate about learning new techniques that make me a more effective therapist.
Professional atmosphere and care
I welcome any questions by phone, email or text - I can also be contacted through my website. Please arrive a few minutes before your scheduled appointment to fill out a general intake form. At the start of your first session, we will spend some time going over your intake form, discussing any health concerns and your goals for the session. After the session, I like to get feedback and discuss future goals.
I attained certifications in Massage Therapy, Reflexology and Bowen Therapy at Health Studies, Inc in Cape Town in South Africa in 2010. After moving to New Hampshire in 2014, I also obtained a certification for Massage Therapy from the North Eastern Institute of Whole Health in Manchester, NH and for Reflexology from Footprints Reflexology in Westerly, RI. I have additional training in Shiatsu, Prenatal Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Metamorphic Technique, and Infant Massage Instruction. I also have a Reflexology Certification from ARCB (American Reflexology Certification Board).
30 Minute Massage $35
60 Minute Massage $70
90 Minute Massage. $100
120 Minute Massage $130
60 Minute Reflexology $75
Your first session 60 Minutes or longer is $20 Off!!
Prior to massage therapy, I worked in the fitness field for 3 years focusing on corrective exercise. While that work inspired my interest in correcting musculoskeletal issues, I found I was drawn to a more hands on approach. As I entered the field of Massage Therapy and other bodywork, something clicked into place for me. I find I feel a deeper connection to the work I'm doing now, and that translates into a better experience for the client as well.
I have worked with a diverse clientele from a broad range of backgrounds. I work with all ages. I have experience working with clients with disabilities and chronic illnesses or pain as well. The only limitation I have with my primary office is that it is not accessible by wheelchair, but I can arrange a session at a nearby location that is easily accessible.
I recently undertook training to become an Infant Massage Instructor. In talking with people in the community, I kept hearing a need for these types of classes. I took an extensive training with Tina Allen of LiddleKidz Foundation and have been working with families to get the hours needed for certification. I have been working for about 4 months with a handful of local families and hope to complete the certification within the next month. The benefits of massage for infants and young children has benefits that last a lifetime, not only physiological but emotional. I am excited to be able to offer these classes in the near future for all the familites with young children in my community!
The most important thing when working with a bodywork practitioner is that you feel comfortable and relaxed with them. Education and experience is important and should absolutely be considered, but in the end it is the relationship with the therapist that matters and whether they are attentive to your needs and goals for the session. Never hesitate to call or email them prior to booking to see if they are a good fit for you.
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