Massage therapist, Energy Healer, Pelvic Health Specialist.
We facilitate healing of the Mind, Body and Soul so you can become the healthiest version of YOU!
Amy is a single Mom of 3 amazing kids (13. 12 and 9) and opened her business over 5 and a half years ago. She is very aware of the joy and chaos life can bring and she knows fist had that self care is the first we must do to keep on track.
Amy has worked in the medical field for over 20 years; first as a CNA for 11 years, then an LPN for 7 before going to school for Massage Therapy. She had already been offering Reiki for a couple years and thought massage would be a great addition. In April of 2018 Amy took the Mercier Therapy course for fertility and pelvic health.
Since the training, Amy has helped 3 couples achieve pregnancy and dozens of women with other pelvic issues such as PCOS, Ednometreosis, painful or absent periods, c-sections recovery as well as an array of bowel and bladder issues.
"I am incredibly passionate about my work and encouraging clients on their path to wellness."
I was introduced to energy healing from a therapist I'd had been seeing. After my first session I was hooked. I worked with Reiki and meditation and was able to heal myself from the depression and anxiety I had been experiencing. At the time I was an LPN in a nursing home and could no longer feel good about my job. I had to find something that fed my Soul and took me out of the role of a "pill pusher". After seeing how rapidly people heal and the depth of that healing with natural methods, well, I couldn't go back.
Most clients have said that my healing space is comfortable, welcoming, loving and cozy. I have heard comments that they can feel the love and healing emanating from me!
Massage therapy is the oldest form of healing, dating back thousands of years. It can prevent illness and surgery. Touch is healing!!
the body's energy system needs clearing and aligning just like your spine!
Pelvic health is crucial to overall health. It is one of the least touched areas of our bodies and is often ignored. We need to work the front of the body, just as we work the back!