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The Therapists at Stowe Village Massage

All Massage Therapists at Stowe Village Massage are registered by the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation. To look up your massage therapist’s registration, please go to the following website: https://sos.vermont.gov/massage-therapists-bodyworkers-and-touch-professionals/

Beth

Beth

Beth believes bringing awareness to the body/mind condition is the first step to relaxing, releasing tension, and allowing the amazing body to balance. Seeking the client's most beneficial, unique response, she may use a variety of techniques from her 25 years of experience. Her training and interests include Therapeutic, Shiatsu and Thai massage, Hot Stones, Cupping, Reiki, Integrated Energy Therapy (IET) and the connection of thought to physical manifestation.

Charles

Charles

Charles has been practicing massage since 2013 upon graduation from massage school in New Jersey. Charles has been fascinated with the true healing power of the body and the relationship with therapeutic touch provides. His trainings and certifications include Swedish massage, Myofasical bodywork, Hot Stone and advanced Cupping Therapy. Charles does also offer 2-hour Massage sessions. When he is not at work, you can find him outside, reading and planning his next travel destination.

Emily

Emily

Emily's approach to restorative, therapeutic massage is trauma-informed and dynamic. With a strong foundation in anatomy and physiology, Myofascial Release, and Polarity Therapy, they create integrative treatments for each client individually. A graduate of the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics, they are dually licensed in New Mexico and Vermont and have worked in spa, clinic, and private practice contexts. Emily especially loves to incorporate Active Release Techniques, Reflexology, joint mobilizations, and grounding compressions into their bodywork sessions. They stay attuned to each client's nervous system and work methodically to increase range of motion, improve posture, unwind tension, and facilitate the release of stuck energy. They are devoted to continuing education and are currently studying Musculoskeletal Alignment Techniques to target and correct the root causes of pain and disharmony in the body. After several years in the desert southwest, Emily has returned to the northeast to grow their practice and pursue a land-based existence with their partner and two dogs.

Holly

Holly

Holly started her bodywork journey in 1991 with an extended program in Polarity Therapy, a modality that draws from Ayurveda, homeopathy, and Oriental medicine and seeks to balance the energies of the body through touch. In 2004, Holly received her National Certification in massage from Community College of Vermont. The program included excellent training in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Shiatsu, cranio-sacral, and reflexology modalities, as well as a thorough introduction to the principles of Oriental Medicine and anatomy and physiology. She also have subsequent training in myofascial release, myoskeletal, and trigger point therapies. Ongoing interests in mindfulness, herbology, diet and nutrition and the energetic dimensions of bodywork, as well as movement modalities such as Qigong continue to inform her approach to massage. Holly endeavors to listen deeply and intuitively and to bring to her work the combination of approaches that best suits each individual.

Jan

Jan

Jan has been working in the spa industry in Stowe for over 20 years. She went to the New Mexico Academy of Massage and completed their 1000-hour program in l986. Her areas of proficiency are Swedish, Deep Tissue and Reiki. Over the years she has taken trainings in Myofascial Release, Modern Cupping, Lymphatic Drainage, Somatic Therapy, La Stone, Thai and many more. Jan is semi-retired and therefore only works at Stowe Village Massage on Tuesdays. She loves meeting new people and exploring each person's areas of tension and blockage and finding ways to address their individual holding patterns.

Jasmine

Jasmine

Jasmine specializes in deep tissue work, with an emphasis on neck, shoulders, and back. She enjoys evoking positive change in the body’s she works with, both through pain management and increasing range of motion. The pressure she uses is adjusted to the individual client meeting their unique needs within a deep tissue session, ensuring clients don’t leave feeling ‘beat up.’ Jasmine is an athlete and cherry picks massage technique that are most effective to create a treatment that is continuously improving. Jasmine does offer 2hour Deep tissue appointments, call our office to inquire.

Jenn S

Jenn

Jenn graduated the Pyramid Holistic Massage School of Rutland, Vermont in 2013. She is trained in several types of massage including relaxing Swedish, deep tissue, maternity, sports, hot stone and reflexology. That same year she received her Bachelors of Science degree concentrating on Wellness and Alternative medicine. She continued her wellness education in 2019 with a 200 hour yoga teacher training. Jenn believes bodywork is an essential part in practicing wellness. When she's not massaging you can find Jenn snowboarding and enjoying the mountains.

Mary

Mary

Mary graduated from Green Mountain Massage School in 2014. She has been trained in Deep Tissue, Swedish, Reflexology, and Hot/Cold Stone Massage. During her time with GMMS she participated in Johnson State College Wellness Day, introducing chair massage to community members. She volunteered at the 2014 Burlington City Marathon, giving massages to athletes post-race. She looks forward to exploring the many health benefits of massage.

Mia

Mia

Mia has been the Massage Manager at Stowe Village Massage since March 2012. She graduated from Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in Worcester MA in 1997 and had her own private practice in MA until 2011 when she relocated to Stowe. Mia have had extensive training in anatomy and physiology as well as Maternity massage, Stone massage and stretching. She has also studied Reiki, Clinical Orthopedic Massage and Cupping. Mia combines a variety of modalities in order to achieve the client’s needs and wellness goals for their massage.

Timberly

Timberly

Timberly has been practicing massage and bodywork for 25 years, having worked at some of the nation’s premiere resort and spas on the both here in Vermont and in Colorado. Timberly is a graduate of the Vermont Institute of Massage Therapy where she received her degree in Swedish massage. She has continued her training over the years and currently holds certification for Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, LaStone Massage, Reflexology and Lomi Lomi Massage. She studied with Aaron Mattes and is both certified in Sports Massage as well as proficient in Active- Isolated Stretching techniques. Timberly has a keen understanding of anatomy and physiology. She is well trained in a multitude of full body treatments, exfoliations, wraps and Ayurvedic treatments. Her work is a blend of several techniques, providing a deep feeling of therapeutic relaxation.