3 words to describe your bodywork?
Consistent. Relaxing. Therapeutic.
What makes you a great massage therapist?
I think what makes me a great massage therapist is my calming abilities. I have always been told that I make people feel very comfortable and bring a calmness to the room that makes it easy for clients to fully relax and absorb their bodywork.
What type of bodywork do you like receive?
I love a well-rounded body session. One that targets my physical issues, but, as an overthinker, I love, love, love when a massage therapist is able to get my mind to shut off too. That is what turns a great massage into a magical one for me.
What do you do when you are not at the studio?
I am also a full time psychology student, which is taking up most of my free time right now. Besides homework, I am usually spending quality time with my dogs and husband.
Mountains, ocean, or desert?
I go back and forth between the mountains and ocean, but I think the ocean wins. Just laying on some warm sand reading a good book can’t be beat for me.
Do you have animals?
I have two, very spoiled, sheltie/poodle mixed dogs. They are siblings that I got when they were puppies 12 years ago. They are fairly small at about 18 pounds each and can grow a ridiculous amount of hair!
It changes everyday. Or I am just not picky, might be more accurate. I think anything good is a treat. Ice cream, cake, pie, chips, pretzels, sushi, even a good frozen burrito! I love food and can never pick just one thing to treat myself.
“I’m not embarrassed to watch anything on TV.”
– Anders Holm
I have always been a big movie and TV person. I will watch just about anything. Some people have guilty pleasures, but I have shows/movies that I like or don’t like. No shame or embarrassment about which side I fall on.