In my life I’ve always known I’ve wanted to be a source of compassion to those that are hurting, to make a difference in other’s lives, and to better my knowledge of health and wellness. I never knew how to do that specifically within a career that fit my gifts and calling– that is, not until I learned of massage therapy.
I decided to become a massage therapist for many reasons. The three that stand out the most are that I love people dearly, my interest and passion in alternative healthcare is ever-increasing, and my love language has always been physical touch. I find the art of touch one of the most powerful God-given forms of healing we as human beings possess, and I see it lacking and abused so much in today’s society. To be able to serve a community that is overworked, stressed and hurting through massage is a privilege and great responsibility to me. It is a responsibility I hope to live up to well, and a lifestyle I hope to always lead by example.
When I’m not practicing massage, I love hiking mountains in the Carolinas, swing dancing, supporting missions, reading, spending time with my incredibly supportive family, and journaling all the things I learn in my devotions each morning after a trail run.
I’m privileged with every opportunity to better serve you and your health holistically through massage therapy, and thank you sincerely for choosing me as your therapist.