Elizabeth is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy and has been practicing for over 15 years.
In addition to her training in foundational Swedish Massage Technique, Elizabeth has pursued studies in both Eastern and Western manual therapies. She spent a year apprenticing with a Chinese bonesetter, learned Traditional Thai Massage in Thailand, studied Traditional Chinese Medicine full-time for eight months, completed courses in John Barnes’ Myofascial Release Therapy, Erik Dalton’s Myoskeletal Alignment Technique, and Upledger’s CranioSacral Therapy as well as Lymphatic Drainage Therapy.
Her client base has been diverse ranging from sedentary office workers, expecting mothers, seniors with mobility issues, teenagers coping with anxieties, weekend warriors to professional athletes (including former world champion boxer, master sprinters, NBA players) as well as regular folks coping with aches and pains.
She believes massage should be an integral part of a natural approach to health and wellness and hopes to work with her clients to attain their wellness goals. Her role is to listen, assess and deliver a treatment that incorporates science-based Western modalities and ancient oriental art of healing.
Elizabeth’s interest includes reading, boxing, watching films and adventure travel. She has set foot and massaged people on Kilimanjaro, Inca Trail, Annapurna Circuit and the Sahara Desert. She aspires to be a good therapist and enjoys being an avid couch potato every now and then.Book Appointment