I have dabbled in many careers: Recreation Therapist, Esthetician, and made my way to my roots of massage in 2016, where I graduated from The American European Massage Clinic in Raleigh. After my schooling, I craved more and ventured to Costa Rica to learn Medical Massage in 2017 and also obtained my prenatal certification from Claire Marie Miller in 2018. I love the process of never-ending learning within Massage Therapy and am excited about this opportunity to grow with Bull City Soles.
I found massage therapy while participating in Marathons and Triathlons in Florida. I experienced a shoulder injury from a cycling accident. Massage therapy allowed me to regain full range of motion and continue training. In 2011 my passion for athletics expanded into massage therapy and I enrolled at Sunstate Academy in Clearwater, FL.
In 2012 as a brand new massage therapist Read More
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.
I have always been interested in health - physical, mental, and emotional. I attended UNC-Pembroke and obtained my BS in psychology in 2010. I went to college to make my Mom and Grandma proud. Although massage was my desire, it wasn’t a college degree. I graduated from the Miller-Motte College Massage Therapy Program in November of 2015.
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.