Practitioner Bios

Adam Lacey

Adam started doing massage professionally after attending the Baltimore School of Massage in 1991. Two years later he decided to focus on Asian bodywork and attended the Baltimore School of Shiatsu, which led to a journey through South East Asia in the winter of 1995 to study Thai Massage. He attended the basic through advanced massage training at the main Buddhist temple, Wat Po, in Bangkok and completed another course at the Old Medicine Hospital in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Adam began a 3-year sabbatical from massage in 1998 to teach English as a second language and explore Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. He joined the Well Within family in 2001 and has been on the Well Bodycare team for over 7 years. Since 2011 he has been training at Esalen in the Deep Bodywork modality created by Perry and Johanna Holloman. And in 2013 he began an intensive training in KMI, a Structural Integration approach based on Ida Rolf’s method and teaching.  

Adam is a Well Within Spa Bodycare practitioner and his specialties are Deep Tissue, Thai Massage and Shiatsu.

Adrian Kyle

A good massage will activate a deep state of relaxation and well being throughout the whole body. It is my hope to facilitate a pain-free, balanced state of being for each client. I use an integrated and compassionate approach that combines over eighteen years of professional experience. [Read more...]

Aimee Hanson

Meet Aimee Hanson, a Certified Massage Therapist with over 12 years of experience in client-centered therapy focused on comfort and results. She combines different styles to customize sessions for a balanced holistic approach, providing relaxation, flexibility and pain management.

Aimee is an herbalist, aroma therapist, nutritional consultant, farmer, gardener, singer, dancer, photographer, swimmer and advocate for children and animals. She loves to hike, practice yoga and meditation, play in nature and practice kitchen alchemy.

Thank you for your interest, looking forward to working with you.

Alice Palacio

Alice combines a blend of long, fluid swedish strokes and slow, deep myofascial release to bring you back into your body. She finishes each massage with gentle Craniosacral unwinding techniques. Her specialty massages include Craniosacral and Prenatal sessions. She is also available for Bodycare sessions.

Ashley Boyd

Ashley Boyd has been practicing massage therapy since 2000. She is a well-rounded and balanced therapist with knowledge and experience in both Eastern and Western modalities. Ashley’s nurturing yet strong therapeutic technique, instinctively tailors the pressure and focus on areas which need care, bringing profound healing and relaxation to all of her clients. She is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle, as well as facilitating health and wellness to all. Ashley’s main focus is on relaxing and rejuvenating each of her clients. She uses several different therapeutic modalities depending on her clients needs.

Ashley specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Aromatherapy, Prenatal, Acupressure, Shiatsu, Thai, and Foot & Hand Reflexology.

Ashley Keith

Ashley’s foundation for her intuitive, creative bodywork sessions comes from her study and practice of yoga, sound health and her passionate genuine connection and deep listening to another person’s well-being.  She began her studies in Berlin, Germany where she apprenticed in a studio called OSHO Rebalance Massage.  She continued her education at Cypress Health Institute of Santa Cruz and Esalen Institute of Big Sur.  Ashley combines the elements of Swedish massage, Acupressure, Polarity and Reiki energy work, to tailor each session to meet every client’s needs.

Barbara Roettger

Barbara is a graduate of the Atlanta School of Massage. She has been doing massage since 1983 and has over 1500 hours of bodywork training. Barbara uses an eclectic approach to massage. Her massage is specifically chosen to fit the client’s needs. Pressure used follows the spectrum, from deeper techniques suchy as Myofacial release, Deep Tissue, and Neuromuscular, Shiatsu and Acupressure. 
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