About our Massage Therapists
Balance body, and soul.
I attended Healing Mountain Massage School in Salt Lake City, Utah and completed 720 education hours in Massage Therapy and Spa Techniques. During my education, I completed 140 clinical hours and after graduation, I continued my massage training with Healing Mountain Spa as a Graduate Student Practitioner.
In July 2009, I was certified as a Level 2 Reiki Practitioner and have been a Licensed Massage Therapist since September 2009.
I worked for Rocky Mountain Therapeutic Massage alongside chiropractors at the Health and Wellness Clinic in Layton, Utah and medical doctors at Westside Medical in Clinton, Utah.
I am dedicated to providing an alternative way of healing to my clients by offering a balance of Massage Therapy and Reiki.
Supporting you on your individual path to well-being.
After the accident, I received Chiropractic Treatment at an office where they combined the benefits of both, chiropractic and massage. The chiropractor happened to teach for the Utah College of Massage Therapy. In just a few short, combined treatments, I was able to continue dancing as well as other day-to-day activities. At that point I knew massage is what I wanted to do.
After graduating the Professional Program at the Utah College of Massage Therapy, I became licensed in April 2001. By August of 2001, I became certified in Structural Integration through the Utah College of Massage Therapy.
For the next two years, I worked with a physical therapist not only being an aid to them but contracted in massage as well. After that I worked as an assistant to a chiropractor being trained in homeopathies, nutritional supplements, therapies, and the Brimhall 6 Steps to Wellness program for 5 years. The last 3 years I have been contracted in massage therapy full time.
In March 2010, I became a Certified Level 1 Serenity Vibration Healing & Enlightenment Practitioner. I am continually dedicated to learning new and/or updated techniques as to provide my clients with the highest quality care possible. It is my passion to assist others in regaining their health and well-being whether it is as simple as day-to-day life, hiking, golfing, marathon running, dancing, swimming, etc.
Growing up in a home where my Father needed assistance and watching my Mother who is an RN (registered nurse) provide for him. I have always wanted to share my abilities to care and listen to the needs of others.
In High School, my friends and I were hit by a drunk driver. After years of surgeries and physical therapy that enabled me to become more active, I was able to build a family and I share with them my love for the outdoors. I believe in teaching my children the importance of caring for others. Because of some recent changes in my life, I was finally able to pursue a career in Massage Therapy.
After graduating from Myotherapy College of Utah, I became licensed in June 2012. I use a range of techniques from stress reduction relaxation massage to sports massage, and trigger point. I enjoy volunteering and helping the community. I have been able to volunteer at the Women of Steel event, work with professional athletes prior to their games, and volunteer for the 2012 Iron Man in St. George, Utah.
I believe in tailoring massages towards individual needs by using different modalities to get the best results possible.