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New Happenings for 2013!
Happy New Year! I hope the holiday season was a time of fun and relaxation for everyone and your new year is off to a great start. If you're thinking about ways to help yourself this year, don't forget that massage promotes relaxation, self-awareness, rehabilitates injuries, and can even prevent future injuries!

And now, I am delighted to announce that the Carrboro location is teaming up with a new therapist, Sarah Blaine. Sarah is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) whose training has focused on therapeutic yoga practices to empower you to progress towards improved health. Her one-on-one sessions take the time to set goals for your work together and focus on specific areas in your body by applying the teachings and practice of yoga. Please visit her website at to find out more about her great services.

Also, as some of you may have already noticed, I am expecting a baby in May! My intention is to work as long as I can up until the baby is born and then take a few weeks off. In the upcoming months, with my ever increasing mid-section, an occasional belly bump might be felt. If this makes you uncomfortable in any way, please let me know and I would be happy to refer you to other massage therapists in your area. 

Finally, I would like to thank you all again for being such an outstanding client base. Now, as I enter into my fourth year of service, I hope to continue providing quality massage therapy as well as increasing my knowledge in this vast field by taking continuing education classes. The next workshop I'm attending with Sarah will be on Thai Massage, which I hope will only enhance our future sessions! Stay tuned!
New Partner: 

Sarah Blaine



By Appointment Only

(Carrboro location)


Out of Town Notice:

Please Note: Both Sarah and I will be out of town from February 1st to  3rd for a Thai Massage workshop in Wilmington. Soon after our return, we'll be able to start offering Thai Massage sessions!


What is Thai Massage?
Thai Massage (or better named Thai Yoga Massage) was developed in Thailand over 2,500 years ago. Through the use of passive stretching and gently guided pressure, the therapy works to increase flexibility, and relieve muscle and joint tension. The session takes place on a mat and you are wearing loose fitting clothing (so as to not impede stretching). Many of the stretches are common yoga poses, hence the more appropriate name Thai Yoga Massage.

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