Meet our Team of Durham Massage Therapists


Quan Mitchell Massage Therapist in Durham at Bull City Soles

Quan Mitchell

LMBT #13892

Specializing in Sports Massage, Cupping, Advanced Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage

A licensed Massage Therapist since 2014, I graduated from Miller-Motte Cary College with an interest in medical and sports massage techniques.

I love to workout, go bowling, play basketball, travel to see different parts of the world, and I'm currently teaching myself Spanish. Most important is spending time with my beautiful wife and daughter. Read More

Tasha Clemons Massage Therapist in Durham at Bull City Soles

Tasha Clemons

Specializing in Cupping, Pregnancy/Prenatal Massage, Advanced Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage, Range of Motion(ROM), Trigger Point, & Rossiter Level 1.

From a very young age, I knew I wanted to help people.  I began practicing massage shortly after graduating Miller-Motte College in Cary, NC, in 2009. In 2013 I went on to become certified in prenatal massage. It was working with prenatal clients, that I decided to focus my career on health and wellness. My journey has led me into many explorations about nutrition, fitness, and overall well-being.


As a massage therapist, I have to... Read More

Sarah Foote Massage Therapist in Durham at Bull City Soles

Sarah Foote

Specializing in Structural Integration, also does Advance Barefoot Massage

It has always been important to me that all people feel healthy, comfortable, and confident. I pursue a path where I can both treat and nurture advocacy. It is inspiring to see individuals grow, achieve their goals, and enjoy their daily lives through healthy and improved body positional patterns. There is nothing better than to see those I work with self-actualize.


Upon graduating... Read More

Julie Marciniak Rolfer Massage Therapist in Durham at Bull City Soles

Julie H Marciniak

Owner, Certified Advanced Rolfer™ & Ashiatsu Barefoot Massage Instructor

I received my original massage training from the Carolina School of Massage Therapy in 1992.  In 2002, after ten years of providing the deep tissue massage techniques my clients craved, the repetitive wear and tear were taking a toll on my wrists, elbows, and shoulders.  I was desperate for an alternative modality and pursued ashiatsu barefoot massage training.

Barefoot massage saved my career... Read More