Massage Therapy is a powerful way to de-stress the mind and body. I believe that the sense of touch is highly effective in promoting healing capabilities. My approach to massage therapy embodies compassion and a soothing touch.
I love to help people through massage; this is one of many ways I choose to assist others. I’ve been on the official path of Massage Therapy since 2013 and practicing for the last seven years providing multiple massage modalities.
Through listening to the body and thoughtful communication, I use a collaborative approach of reaching the specific goals of my clients. My style combines stretching to calm, reset, and relax the body. Flowing movement and specific muscle work is also utilized to help in the body’s natural healing. My intention and hope are that every guest will leave feeling renewed.
Drawn to the holistic path of medicine, education, and an intuitive desire to heal — the world of Myofascial Massage Therapy continues to feel like finding a long lost friend. Following my intuition has led me to find the passion of my life.
Honors graduate of the National Holistic Institute, College of Massage Therapy, I received my license and certification in 2021. I then continued on to graduate with honors in Neuromuscular Therapy becoming a pain management specialist.
I am a proud member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). I have obtained over ten certifications in fields spanning from PTSD, trauma, aromatherapy, and more. You can never have enough education under your belt and I am always eager to absorb all I can.
Massage Therapist & Owner
My strong medical background sets me apart from other massage therapists.
I have a degree in Kinesiology and have been a massage therapist since 2002, which gives me a lot of experience to draw to further help me discover what each individual’s body is doing and what could be the cause for that person’s pain or complaints. I have taught Kinesiology, A&P, and multiple massage modalities at Truckee Meadows Community College. I am a giant nerd about the human body and love to read the latest research about all things human anatomy. I am currently going to school for a Masters in Kinesiology.