Brenda is a seasoned massage therapist, with 25 years experience in clinical, sports, and spa massage. Combining therapeutic methods with relaxation techniques, she tailors each session to meet the needs of the client. Based on the client’s preferences, Brenda can offer an eclectic blend of modalities including Neuromuscular Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Sports Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish Massage, Lymphatic Massage, Prenatal Massage, and Myopractic Massage (postural/structural assessment and correction).
Energy Clearing/Shifting Sessions – 90 minutes to 120 minutes. These sacred transformational sessions are a powerful blend of bodywork and energy work that accesses your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual energy to generate profound shifts on many levels for lasting change. Each session is unique, as she tunes into your needs and can feel in your body where stuck energy resides. Brenda addresses physical ailments, limiting beliefs, negative feelings, and spiritual blocks carried forward from the past.
Combining her gifts and training as both a massage therapist and an energy coach, Brenda works in your energy field, on your body and with your mind and heart to clear issues on every level of your being. As a coach, she ensures you leave your session with the tools and next steps to help you maintain good energy levels, mental clarity, and physical and emotional strength on your own.
Katherine graduated from The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School in 2012 where she studied Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, and clinical massage as well as anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, and pathology. She became certified for Hot Stone Relaxation massage in 2014. Katherine integrates massage modalities to restore flexibility and function, as well as relaxation to your tired muscles. She focuses on muscular release to support the body’s natural ability to heal.
Natalie’s journey in bodywork and massage began with her fascination with anatomy, physiology, and a love for connecting with people. Natalie provides a personalized, integrative massage with techniques that include deep tissue, myofacial release, sports massage, craniosacral therapy, prenatal massage, trigger point therapy and Swedish massage. Throughout her 17 years of experience, she has developed a passion to help facilitate the body’s natural ability to heal. Educating her clients on how to care for themselves after the massage is an important part of Natalie’s craft. She believes in listening closely to concerns and also to what the body has to say, ensuring the most holistic treatment is received.
Rachel graduated in 2007 from The Lauterstein-Conway school of massage in Austin, Texas where she received her massage foundation in Swedish, Sports, structural work and Myofascial Release. She then began to learn Craniosacral Therapy in 2008 through the Upledger Institute, the gold standard in Craniosacral training. Her style is slow, nurturing and deep, intertwining awareness of the craniosacral rhythm with deep manipulation of the body’s fascia. Consequently, pressure may range from light to profound and allows space for unwinding when the cranial rhythm pauses. Rachel is also knowledgeable in the areas of lymphatic drainage, reflexology and acupressure, and is qualified to work with special populations such as children, pregnant women and the elderly.
Born in India, Sonu’s parents incorporated a belief in healing and massage into their livelihood and applied this philosophy into raising their children. “I have a passion for healing,” Sonu says. “And massage is the avenue I use to guide my clients down the path to good health.” Sonu works at the intuitive level, customizing each massage by concentrating; consequently, rarely talking during his massages. His professional temperament adds an honest approach to all practices of massage where his specialties are deep tissue, Swedish, therapeutic, sports massage, and range of motion treatment. His goal is to enhance his client’s mobility, improve flexibility, and enhance healing. His clients describe his massage as Sonu’s fingers melting into the skin as he moves the facia before sinking into the muscles, gently lingering to remove a blockage and enhance blood flow. Intuitively, he pauses with pressure, reminding the muscle how to let go as a natural response to his gentle techniques. With his early knowledge of muscles and his love of sports, Sonu was naturally attracted to wrestling as a child. At the age of 10 he advanced into wrestling professionally where he remained for the next 20 years. In 2004, he earned 1st place and became Australian Wrestler Champion and also placed 2nd in the Free Style Wrestling Olympic Qualifying Tournament. “My experience as a wrestler has enhanced my knowledge of the body which has helped me develop my unique and effective massage techniques.” Sonu explained. His career not only took him to Australia but also to Germany, Russia, and Georgia. When in Georgia, Russia as a professional wrestler, he was asked to join the massage therapist to the massage the Olympic athletes. Sonu’s interest is not limited to sports massage, as he felt honored to have massaged his grandfather through the aging process. His clients include individuals of all ages, with fibromyalgia, migraines, sciatica, whiplash, shoulder pain, and tennis elbow just to name a few. He believes that regular massage helps to maintain a good health, eliminates numerous negative possibilities, and benefits a person’s overall feelings of well-being.
Yvette has devoted her life to promoting health and wellness. With over 16 years working as a medical massage therapist, Yvette offers many different techniques including deep tissue massage and myofascial release, structural assessments, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, sports massage, prenatal and postnatal massage, manual lymph drainage, oncology massage and scar tissue reduction. She is also a registered yoga instructor. Yvette prides herself on educating her patients with not only understanding the source of their pain, but also the management of it. She develops and customizes her massage therapy sessions integrating techniques in accordance with client needs.
Zach has always had a passion for working with athletes and improving one’s well-being. This interest inspired him to follow a path into massage therapy. Zach studied at The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School in Swedish Massage, Deep Massage and Sports Massage. He frequently researches new techniques to personalize his treatments to his client’s needs. Over the last year, Zach has provided massage services to a local, professional sports team and is accustomed to treating a variety of injuries and ailments. It is important to Zach that in addition to providing a personalized massage treatment each client also learns self-care techniques to continue treatment beyond the massage.