Availability: Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
- Deep tissue
- Neuromuscular therapy
- Treatment work
- Swedish massage
"My idea of massage is that it combines both art and science to make a healing and fulfilling career. I love that I get to help people live better and feel amazing. Spreading joy through my massage is my truest passion and I am so happy to share that joy and passion."
- Everest College, Graduated 2014.
- Reiki Training Program.
Most Experience Treating:
- Hip dysfunction
- Menstrual pains
- Knee dysfunction
"I had a client who was in pain every moment she was walking, sitting, or even bathing. Her hip felt like fire. After both treatment work and Reiki, she was able to go days and even weeks with little pain. She was able to walk to her neighborhood store and carry her groceries back home. She felt so wonderful to gain that freedom once again.
What makes your massages unique?
"My massage is unique because it is beautifully balanced between flow, depth, and coordinated movement. My style makes working on troubled areas so much more pleasant that it could be otherwise."
What Continued Education courses interest you?
- Pregnancy massage
- Polarity therapy
- Lymphatic drainage
- Thai massage
- Lomi Lomi
- Chi Nei Tsang
What do you most appreciate when receiving massage?
"When receiving a massage, I appreciate attention to detail when working on any part of my body, not just my focus area."
What keeps you passionate about massage therapy?
"I stay in the moment and I am fueled by the joy and satisfaction of my clients. The reciprocal healing between the client and therapist is unique among the healing modalities. I plan to massage for years to come, to both help the world and help myself."Jeffrey Myre, LMT, MA60433869
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