Whether you are seeking stress relief, needing to ease discomfort in your body, are recovering from an injury, training for an upcoming event, or simply wishing to relax and restore, we are thankful for the opportunity to help you care for your body, mind, and spirit.
Each massage is tailored to meet your needs and incorporates various techniques including: myofascial release, deep tissue, Swedish massage, trigger point work, and gentle stretching.
Aaron Shields, LMT
As a massage therapist, I am able to affect my clients in a positive way that likewise affects me. The meaning of Mudita is “finding joy in the happiness and success of others”, and is a guiding principle in why I do what I do. Helping my clients feel better is a gratifying experience that pushes me to continue improving my practice, learning new techniques, and creating the best possible environment for relaxation and healing.
I believe that having a healthy work/life balance is imperative to presenting the best version of myself in my massage practice. Outside of being a massage therapist, I am an avid Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, mediocre guitarist, outdoor enthusiast, and lover of live music.
Kat Wood, LMT, CYT-200hr
At the root of it, I am a body reader. My role as both a massage therapist and yoga teacher is to watch, feel, and listen to peoples’ bodies. The body has a lot to say when we are able to tune in and listen.
I love that every body and every session presents a new, unique opportunity. And while I can’t promise to make your stress disappear, fix, or heal you, I can promise to listen intently and help your body do what it already knows how to do.
When I’m not at the studio, you can find me scaling rock walls, digging in the dirt, napping (most likely, ha!), or with my nose in a new book with my sweet puppy dogs close by.