Meet our Massage Therapist and Bodyworkers
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Natalie Nelson TYM RP
Thai Yoga Massage and Reiki
Natalie Nelson is a Thai Yoga Bodywork Therapist, certified yoga instructor and Reiki practitioner. She left her ten year career as a CPA in 2018 to pursue her yoga teacher training (200 YTT) certification in India where she traveled for two months and learned the traditional style of Hatha yoga. She has a particular interest in offering community yoga classes and making health and wellness available to all. She has a natural ability to feel what each client needs when they are in her care and puts all of her energy into helping her clients heal themselves. Each session is unique – she may incorporate marma therapy, acupressure, reiki or breathwork. She wholeheartedly believes in the healing power of touch and the amazing benefits of bodywork and massage.
Lori Gibson LMT
I have been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2011 and enjoy helping others achieve relaxation and pain relief. Currently I practice Swedish, deep tissue, oncology, hot stone, and pregnancy massage. I also have training in lymphatic drainage. I also go to the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge every week to provide free massage to cancer patients and their caregivers. Come see me and together we'll work on your relaxation, serenity, and pain relief.
Tom Macintosh RMT
Reiki and Meditation Guru
Mindful Leadership Coach Tom MacIntosh brings over 30 years of experience leading and developing teams, as well as extensive training in psychology, together with a commitment to calling on every individual’s highest potential, or as he calls it, their inner light. His mission is to restore places and people to a state of clarity and calm so that they can approach uncertainty and volatility with more compassion, precision and creativity. Tom’s personal experience with depression brought on by a toxic workplace culture initiated him into a lifelong practice of mindfulness, meditation and relationship to self. It is this merging of the inner world of self-awareness with the outer world of business and organizational success that he has found to be the tipping point for better relationships and high-performance. He believes that our capacity to stay curious
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