Licensed Massage Therapist
Let my hands help your body and mind reconnect, reset and restore better health.
Angie has been a licensed massage therapist since 2003. She earned a BS in Health, Physical Education & Recreation from Lock Haven University of PA in 1983, and an MS in School Health Education from the University of Illinois in 1984. A nationally certified athletic trainer also licensed in Florida, Angie became a certified RNR™ practitioner (Reconnecting Neuromuscular Responses) in 2015.
Angie was a high school and college athlete whose favorite subjects were Health, Physical Education, and Anatomy. Athletic training was a natural fit with her interest in first aid and injury prevention. This field is very hands-on with different types of bodywork included, so massage became a special interest throughout the years. This combination of training has become an effective therapeutic practice. Since finding RNR™, the effectiveness of her treatments have increased even more, giving clients pain relief and relaxation.
As a youth I was always active and athletic. That inspired my decision to become a health and physical educator. In college I was introduced to the world of athletic training. Bodywork was a part of that path. Throughout the learning process I discovered my talent for helping people in pain and ways to successfully relieve it. Through education and intuition I can make a positive difference in their lives.
My room is a calming, relaxing space. With the initial intake and the explanations for the first RNR session, they tell me that they appreciate the humor and information. Many appreciate the post-treatment advice for maintaining the most effective results as well.
This bodywork is a comprehensive and effective treatment. The manipulations and patterns allow your body and brain to affect changes back to homeostasis, your natural state. This is a much different massage than the usual Swedish type treatment. The client is fully clothed in comfortable attire to allow for passive and active range of motion. The client is a part of the healing/relaxing process, paying particular attention to how your body feels. Often the client feels relief of 50% (or even more) with the first treatment.