Massage therapy is a helpful addition to your wellness plan. You are capable of being well. Your body has the ability to heal itself. This I know because it is something I accomplished.
After what were two relatively minor car accidents I had painful spasm in my neck and upper back. My internist, the chiropractor, and the orthopedist provided no relief. The ortho begrudgingly gave me a referral to a massage therapist saying “It might make you feel better, but it won’t help.” I experienced immediate pain relief on my first visit, and after a total of 3 or 4 visits my pain was gone, it did help!
I am a graduate of the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy. I was awarded a Certificate of Academic Achievement for maintaining 4.0 GPA in academic and hands on classes. I am an active volunteer, working with the CT Sports Massage Team, providing pre and post event massage at athletic events around the state. I also work with the Community Service Massage Team.
WHY SHOULD YOU WORK WITH ME ?
If you choose to have us work together, our session will always be "all about you." You are the most important person there is during the time that we share. Each person is an individual, I listen to you during the intake and then I do my best to meet your needs. I customize the session to based on our discussion and add what I think is appropriate as we work together. I give an integrated massage, using techniques I know that are appropriate for you and your body. My massage is deeply relaxing while I work to decrease pain, increase range of motion, and help facilitate injury recovery.
I am passionate about being a good therapist and I strive to consistently provide you with an exceptional client experience. My goal is to be a therapist that is “helping to heal the world one person at a time.” It would be both an honor and a privilege for me to work with you.
CT State Licensed Massage Therapist - License Number 8295
American Massage Therapy Association - AMTA Professional Member Number 1306810
Some photos of me:
Doing volunteer work with the Sports Massage Team:
Doing volunteer work during National Massage Therapy Awareness Week:
University of Connecticut
Eastern Connecticut State University
Receiving a Certificate of Appreciation for my volunteer work
Being awarded a Scholarship to the New England Regional Conference of the AMTA