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 -95 to study Thai Massage.  [Read more...]

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 fifteen years of professional experience. [Read more...]

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.

Ana Vargas

Ana Vargas’ massage experience is an integrated massage using a blend of tragger, swedish, esalen, pressure point, reflexology, point specific deep tissue, passive stretching and prenatal. 

Annie Eastap

Annie Eastap  has over 20 years of experience working in the field of bodywork and over 1000 hours of training from both Europe and the united states. her specialities are firmly rooted in the practices of swedish and deep tissue, although her style encompasses elements of all her years of training in cranio-sacral therapy, reiki, sports massage and postural rebalancing.

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Nicholette Keel

Nicholette Keel graduated from Twin Lakes College of the Healing Arts in Santa Cruz, CA. She incorporates modalities of Swedish, Shiatsu, specialty Pre-Natal, stretching, acupressure, and Polarity Therapy with her fifteen years of industry experience. Her intuitive understanding of the mind-body-spirit connection serves to assist clients in releasing chronic tension and imbalances. Her goal to her clients is for general well-being and optimal health. Her style is best described as slow, firm, relaxing, and nurturing. She accomplishes this by using a combination of long flowing sweeping strokes with specific pressure points that target key areas of stress. Her unique sensitivity enables her to fine tune and craft the massage session around each client’s individual needs. As an active athlete and body-worker, she understands the importance of flexibility and range of motion that massage therapy serves to address repetitive stress injury, fatigue, and tight muscles. She is skilled in using pressure from light to firm with a diverse range of modalities to help clients achieve deep relaxation and recovery.

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  is specifically molded to fit the client’s needs.  Pressure used follows the spectrum, from deeper techniques- Myofacial release, Deep Tissue, and Neuromuscular, Shiatsu and Acupressure. 
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