- Training: 500 hours
- School: A New Beginnings
- Licensed since: 2011
- With Myo since: 2021
- Continuing Education: Somatic Trauma informed, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, and Ashiatsu
- Areas of expertise: Deep Tissue, Swedish, Myo and Ashiatsu
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Heather has been a practicing LMT since 2011. She graduated a New Beginnings School of Massage 500hr program and immediately started working for a Chiropractor. She worked for Dr. Harrington for 5 years honing her skills as a Therapeutic Deep Tissue/ Trigger Point Massage Specialist. She has years of experience working with people who have had serious injuries resulting from car accidents, falls, sports injuries, and work injuries. She has helped people heal from whip lash, frozen shoulder, sciatica, low back pain, ect. She is highly skilled at helping to relieve neck pain and restructuring scar tissue. She became a certified Ashiatsu therapist in 2017. Ashiatsu uses over head bars which the therapist holds to massage and manipulate the client on the table from above using the feet and weight
How long have you been a licensed massage therapist?
How many hours of training do you have?
Why did you choose massage therapy as your career?
I chose massage therapy as a career because I enjoy helping people heal and feel better. It is a very rewarding career. It’s a win/win because everyone loves getting a massage. My clients are always happy to see me and I get to help people in a good way.
Where did you go to school for massage?
A New Beginning School of Massage
How do you describe your massage/work to others?
Intuitive, healing, deep, responsive, effective
What are some examples of Continuing Education you are interested in and why?
Somatic Trauma informed, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, and Ashiatsu
What do you do to stay healthy?
Yoga, running, lifting weights, eating healthy, prayer and meditation
How has receiving massage affected you personally?
It has helped to heal me on many levels.
What do you like about working at Myo Massage?
Myo is a really great place to work. I feel valued and cared for as an employee. I enjoy working with so many wonderful clients and fellow therapists.