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I began my career at The European Massage Therapy Institute in San Antonio, Texas, in 2002. In 2007, I earned my Associates in Occupational Studies at New York College of Health Professions. I was honored to study among the most accomplished and brilliant Chiropractors, Neurologists, Medical Doctors, Osteopaths and Massage Therapists in New York. At NYCHP, my focus on Eastern and Western modalities for whole body wellness greatly influences my work today.

Integrating acupressure points, intuitive massage and a deep understanding of human anatomy, has enhanced the healing process for my clients. Upon graduation I began working at a Wellness Center where I gained hands-on experience working with a diverse clientele. I took extensive training in advanced techniques, which broadened my scope of practice.

During that time, I became more interested in the clinical/medical application of massage and its benefits. I decided to devote my time to learning how to distinguish myself from the relaxing "spa" massage and into a deeply effective medical massage.
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How is Spicewood Medical Massage different than a spa? There are a few differences between a relaxation massage and a corrective massage. To begin, let me say that I do advocate for the general Swedish massage technique you will find at spas. It has outstanding positive physiological effects on the circulatory, nervous, digestive, lymphatic and endocrine

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