Upon graduating from the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy in 2003, I wanted to focus on the clinical side of this profession. My training includes Trigger Point, Neuromuscular Therapy, as well as Myofascial Release. This background has given me the ability to address a vast array of problems not affected by traditional massage therapy.
Prior to living my dream of being an independent business owner, I worked in spas doing traditional full body massage (Swedish) where I began to focus on area specific work. Client response to the clinical / focused technique was profound. This support allowed me venture out and create my own practice.
I am licensed in North Carolina (4209). Constantly in practice since my certification as well as attending continuing education classes allows me to stay updated on the muscular system. This dedication to my profession enables me to refine my techniques to better serve my clients.
Headaches and Migraines ~ TMJ Disorder ~ Sciatica Pain ~ Carpal Tunnel Symptoms ~ Postural Imbalances ~ Pain from Functional Scoliosis ~ Tennis Elbow ~ Plantar Fasciitis ~ Thoracic Outlet Syndrome ~ Exercise Soreness ~ Fibromyalgia ~ Whiplash