As a clinical massage specialist with over 20 years experience, I am constantly expanding my skill set.

I have acquired a vast variety of tools of the massage trade; however, I am continually weighing the research evidence to keep current with my practice and to meet the needs of those in my care.

My primary 4 primary bodywork approaches :

1) Myofascial Bodywork Therapy

2) Trigger Point/ Neuromuscular Work

3) Manual Lymphatic Drainage Balancing

4) Sports Massage Work

In addition, I do provide wellness sessions for single appointments or ongoing health & wellness massage care plans.

I do not provide "cookie-cutter" massage routines; however, I do offer specific, safe, evidence- informed and beneficial soft-tissue care-- tailored to work with YOU, each and every time.

Assessment & Consultation

Is massage therapy beneficial for you or your current health challenge?

A consultation is time set apart from a hand-on session to help answer any questions, conduct general evaluation, and formulate or re-evaluate health & wellness goals with a fitness professional. (This is not to be used as a substitute to a physical health exam designed by your health-care physician).

*Consultation is complementary with new patient/client session.

Sports Massage

Which muscles do the work?

Sport-specific massage therapy includes integrated soft-tissue therapy which may include "deep tissue", myofascial release, NMT trigger point therapy, muscle activation, lymphatic drainage, active and or passive stretching depending on the goals and training specifications of the client or athlete.

Available in 60 or 90 minute sessions.

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD)

Are you feeling sluggish?

MLD is a type of gentle massage which is intended to encourage the natural drainage of the lymph, which carries waste products away from the tissues back toward the heart.

Myofascial Bodywork

Do you feel stiff or stuck?

Myofascial Release uses specific techniques focused along the connective tissue lines of tension. It helps your body heal properly from injuries and used to help restore range of motion and ease of movement from connective tissue restrictions.