My natural affinity toward massage started at a young age, as I was an avid sports participant who often needed help loosening up my muscles and reviving them for the next big thing. I learned that self care and the body’s need for muscle relief helped me be at my best, thus I slowly learned from others and developed my own strategies for creating a massage technique that helped members of my family and a number of friends over the years. It wasn’t until after college that I realized I really wanted to make this a fundamental part of my life.
In 2018, I attended the Center for Massage and Natural Health in downtown Asheville. I have taken continuing education courses specializing in releasing muscle tension in the deeper layers of tissue, cupping, and trigger point techniques. I have found that I enjoy working with clients to identify their needs, attune themselves to the needs of their body all while being aware of how much relaxation is vital for our health and well-being. My goal as a therapist is to help release the tension from the body and help you delve into a world of relaxation with every inhale and exhale.
In addition to my work as a massage therapist, I am furthering my understanding of the human body and the need for rehabbing it after an injury as a Physical Therapy technician. When I am not at work helping my clients feel their best, I can be found living my best life adventuring in the outdoors–which includes: mountain biking, road cycling,whitewater kayaking, exercising (including yoga), cooking for friends and pet sitting.
I look forward to meeting you and helping you find your zen of the day.