When was in the Air Force and stationed in South East Asia, I had my first introduction to Asian Massage while taking R&R in Bangkok. I cannot communicate what a profound moment it was when I had my back walked on. Now that was the tipping point for me and nothing compares to that moment in time.
I graduated from the New York Institute of Massage in 1997 and have passed both New York State and National Certification Boards.
Professional memberships include;
- The New York Institute of Massage Advisory Board
- National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
- Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
- Springville Area Chamber of Commerce
After being in practice for over 17 years, and having experienced hundreds of massage sessions, nothing compares to the way I feel during and after receiving a massage.
Every body needs massage.
Massage is an age old, simple, revitalizing pick-me-up that feels great and promotes health. Massage releases chronic tension and muscular pain, improves circulation, increases flexibility, and reduces mental and physical fatigue. Additionally, massage is one of the most effective means available to combat stress.
Cats, dogs and kids are smart - they know they need their daily quota of touch. And so should you.