Thanks for your interest in learning a little about me. I am a native of Seattle, WA where I spent many years in the Dental Profession. In my spare time, I pursued my love of horses and fulfilled a childhood dream of owning my own horse. In 1989, I moved to Pensacola with my horse and continued to work in dentistry. It was then, that I began breeding and raising Quarter Horses and I'm now on my third generation of prize winning Cutting Horses. Today I compete in equestrian events, primarily throughout the South.
Owning and working with horses, I found that touch provided a calming effect which allowed my horses to respond to what I was asking of them. This awareness led to a strong interest in the art of massage therapy and its therapeutic benefits. Massage therapy soon became my second passion in life.
I am a graduate of the Pensacola School of Massage Therapy where throughout my education, I maintained a presence on the Dean’s List and ultimately, Presidents List. I have National Certification and am licensed in the State of Florida as well as Alabama. It is with great pride that I get to know my clients’ needs and concerns. By offering different modalities of massage including Swedish, Neuromuscular, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Hot Stone, Prenatal, Thai and On Site Chair Massage, I am able to provide each client a massage suited to their specific needs. I continue my education which includes taking courses on new massage techniques and advanced modalities, thus offering my clients a wider range of massage options. While building my private practice, I spend one day a week working with patients at a Chiropractic Office. A great satisfaction comes from knowing that my massage therapy is able to relieve the patients’ pain. I welcome you to make an appointment soon, so that you too may start enjoying the relaxation benefits, pain relief opportunities and the sense of well being that comes with regular massage therapy.
AMTA – American Massage Therapy Association
NCBTMB – National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Body Work
AQHA – American Quarter Horse Association
NCHA – National Cutting Horse Association