I have been practicing massage therapy professionally for over 25 years. My practice focuses on Medical Massage, Scar Tissue Release and Manual Lymphatic Drainage helping people manage their pain with which I have experienced dramatic results in my clients. I began my passion with anatomy and physiology in college where I received my associates degree in Medical Technology. Complimenting that passion is 20 years of Bodywork For The Childbearing Year for which I am a skilled prenatal therapist assisting clients to experience relief from pregnancy discomforts and facilitating labor through physical and emotional release. I bring a medically focused approach to pain and injury for those clients with acute or chronic conditions using a variety of techniques in connective tissue release, Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and deep muscle therapy. Many of my clients are athletes who experience improvement in performance and relief from injury.
I have worked with chiropractors, athletes, midwives, doulas, physical therapist, doctors, psychotherapist and most importantly personal referrals from satisfied clients. I formerly maintained a successful practice as Falls Church Massage Therapy for 20 years before moving to Rejuvenations Massage Therapy for 5 years. I am now seeing clients in the convenience of their home on an out call basis. To schedule an appointment click on any Book Now link, select the appointment type and you are on your way to a great massage. I believe in the bodies ability to heal itself and I enjoy helping to facilitate that process through the release of tension throughout the body whereby allowing new and healthy blood to circulate and heal while removing the by-products of metabolism and oxidative chemicals also known as free radicals.
I have a very strong commitment to professional education and maintain my Board Certification through the NCBTMB. Board Certification is the highest level of professional massage therapist available today. The distinction of Nationally Certified Therapist is no longer available and those therapists who have not met the higher standards now maintain a basic licensure.