Spa Tech Institute, Westbrook ME, 600-hour program. Graduated 2016.
“With a focus in long-term healing, I am able to problem solve and create solutions for clients that allow them to move easier, live more comfortably, and return to regular activities.”
Treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Sciatica, Plantar Fasciitis, Neck injuries including anterior neck work, Joint Replacements, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular, and Trigger Point.
“I worked with a client that had numbness and weakened grip strength in his right arm due to his rock climbing workout. After just our first two sessions we were able to eliminate the numbness and he got to continue climbing right away.”
WHAT MAKES YOUR MASSAGES UNIQUE?
“I really like to educate my clients and get them invested in their care and wellbeing. I am looking to make meaningful, positive changes for my clients and I feel that every technique I use should be purposeful and effective. I listen to my client's needs to help them create a plan of care that works with their personal wellness goals.”
WHAT CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES ARE YOU INTERESTED IN TAKING?
PRI (Postural Restoration Institute), ART (Active Release Technique).
WHAT CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES HAVE YOU ALREADY COMPLETED?
WHAT DO YOU MOST APPRECIATE WHEN RECEIVING MASSAGE?
"I really look for my therapist to address the specific issues that I bring up and to have a complete understanding of the anatomical structures they are working on. I always feel the most comfortable when I am sure they know what they are looking for and how to work on it.”
WHAT KEEPS YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT MASSAGE?
“Everyone’s body is different and finding each individual’s route to recovery is what makes me passionate about my work. I am always excited to learn new approaches and see real results.”