Hello, In January 2001 I decided to explore an interest in massage therapy. I loved it so much I left corporate work to pursue my passion.
For the first two years of my massage practice I was blessed to be able work under the guidance of a holistic medical doctor. I developed a deep interest in avoidance of surgery when possible, and reduction of prescription drug use and look for more natural ways to get well. I went on to study Body Somatic Therapy, Zen Shiatsu, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Reiki energy healing.
I also am a Young Living Essential Oil distributor #548538 and have used them in my practice for since 2001.
In line with healthy living I also use and sell Norwex cleaning products for dramatically reducing chemicals in the home.
In 2013 I achieved my certification in Holistic Health Coaching from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. With all the different modalities I have to use I decided to change the name of my practice to
Still Point Wellcare to better represent all that I do to help people achieve and maintain good healthy lives.
After over a decade I still feel so blessed with the caliber of clientele that have come my way. I have treated clients for a wide variety of aches and pains such as elderly clients to help keep them moving, some terminal clients needed touch until the end of their life. Athletes and weekend warriors continue to amaze me with the constant pursuit of their limits. Quite often I see computer/office workers for neck and shoulders pain. Many people don’t know that after a surgery and trauma such as a sprained ankle, a skilled massage therapist can really help to bring about healing and bring a person back to health. I feel honored to have spent two years with the Touched by Cancer foundation working with patients to bring comfort. It is so rewarding when people tell me, “I don’t know what you did but it doesn’t hurt anymore!” What I do is work with the body’s natural ability to heal itself.
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology at Park University
Midwest Institute of Natural Healing
Institute of Integrative Nutrition, New York
Body Somatic Therapy (570 classroom hours + 500 clinical)
Includes: Structural Integration, Myofascial Release,
Zen Shiatsu (over 600 classroom hours) including:
Acupressure, Tradition Chinese Medicine, and Cranio-Sacral
Reiki I, and II
WHolistic Energy Healing (164 classroom hours)
Certified Holistic Health Coach