About the Practitioner
At 18 years old I looked into working as a massage therapist, but back then the industry was not regulated and there were no accredited schools or state licensing. So in 2000 when I found myself at a crossroads, I saw a commercial about the Austin School of Massage and the lightbulb went off. I KNEW this was what I was meant to do....and it's not a job or even a career. It is my calling.
I was born in 1962 in Little Rock, AR. I have 6 sisters, a great husband, 4 children (5 including daughter in law) and a beautiful grandson. I have lived in Germany, Panama, and now Texas. I love to read and swim. I am not great in a crowd so massage suits me well. I am fortunate to do what I love and know that what I do helps people feel better.
The BODY, MIND and SOUL are so linked in our total health, I want you take full advantage of our time together and walk out feeling "comfortable in your own skin".
I hope to see you soon.
State of Texas License # MT029906
Member ABMP since 2008
500 Hours Austin School of Massage Therapy Graduated September 30. 2001
Cranial-Sacral Therapy: Mary Sullivan, LMT, RPP, CR, LA
Accupressure for Massage Therapists, John Martin, D.C.
Pregnancy Massage: Real Bodywork Leslie Stager, RN, LMT
Lymphatic Drainage of the upper body: Don M. Williams LMT, MI, CEP
Lomi Lomi Practicioner. Mary C. Husar, RMT, LMT LLP, ASG
Medical Massage, Bob Johnston, RMT, LMT, AGS
Significance of Stress in Disease, Scott and White Healthcare, Sandra Turpin, AGS, CMT, James Albers, MD, Anupa Patel, MD, Alexzander Asea, PhD, Tamara Herbert, PT, DPT, GCS, CFMT, Lynne Palamara, MSN, RN, AOCN, CNS
Ethics and how they relate to massage therapy. LMCEU.
Upper Extremity Dysfuntion, Healthy structure and function of upper extremities: Sandra Turpin, AGS,LMT Cervical Dsstonia: Medical and Massage Treatment, Paul Friedman, MD. Fundimentals of Hand Rehabilitation: Jaimie Ortiz, OTR,CHT. Shoulder Injuries: Laura Neuman, PT,DPT. Musculoskeletal Disorders: Jaime Ortiz, OTR,CHT. Scott and White Hospital Temple TX