Despite having a long to-do list and errands, you should definitely unwind after all of it has been crossed out. Or you can even take a break halfway through your list to give you that boost of energy to complete what’s left. Taking a break doesn’t waste your time, it naturally recharges you by maximizing your body’s capabilities as if it were only about to start working. What better way to do that than have a massage?
Massage therapists can relieve your pain, reduce stress, unwind bound-up muscles and make you feel generally better. In addition, they can also help rehabilitate injuries, improve circulation, and increase relaxation. Now who doesn’t want that?
There are a lot of kinds of massage therapy techniques today. Some therapists specialize in deep-tissue, acupressure, reflexology, orthopedic, and sports massage. You’ll surely find one type of massage that you’re most comfortable with.
We’re way ahead of you. Yup, we’ve done our research to minimize the trouble of you having to looking for a massage therapist in your area. We now give you our Top 10 Massage Therapists in Vermont!
Hands of Solace is the practice of Charlotte. She graduated from the Soma Institute, National School of Clinical Massage Therapy in March of 2005, and practiced as a licensed massage therapist in the city of Chicago for 7 years. Charlotte is nationally certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She is a certified Dr. Vodder Manual Lymph Drainage Therapist. She is also certified in Pregnancy and Postpartum Massage, as well as specializing in Oncology Massage.
Center Rutland, VT
Sarah is a graduate of the Swedish Institute, College of Health Sciences in New York City, where she was trained in Swedish, Shiatsu, and Medical Massage, and is licensed by the State of New York. She has received further certification in Pre- and Peri-natal massage by Carole Osbourne-Sheets; and in pre-and post natal yoga by Janice Clarfield of Urban Yoga in Vancouver. Sarah is also an A.L.A.C.E trained doula. She has received intensive training in connective tissue/deep tissue massage-with an additional focus on addressing pelvic and deep hip issues with women. She has been working as a massage therapist for over 14 years, and has been working with pregnant women for over six years.
South Burlington, VT
With over 25 years extensive professional training and experience as a Masters level psychotherapist, certified massage therapist and certified energy work practitioner, Noni is uniquely qualified in the field of personal growth and have guided families, couples and individuals with a wide variety of issues.
Since 2002 she has been using bodywork to support the health and wellbeing of her clients. Sabina has been practicing massage therapy for the past ten years. In 2008, she added Integrative Manual Therapy to her work, as she found IMT to be a powerful tool for healing.
Paul is a ABMP-certified Massage Therapist and have practiced massage therapy in Vermont since 1993. A graduate from the NJ School of Massage, he has furthered his massage skills through continuing education in deep tissue therapy, sports massage, acupressure, reiki, polarity therapy and cranio-sacral therapy. Paul’s practice includes men and women of all ages.
Hanna has over 1000 hours of training in massage therapy. She is a graduate of BodySoul Spa and School and Elements of Healing of Vermont. She is a Certified Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy Practitioner (also known as Barefoot Bodywork or DeepFeet Massage) through Barefoot Bodywork Training Course. Hanna’s studies included anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and pathology as well as hundreds of hands on clinical hours working with the public. She has received training in Sports Massage, Chair Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Thai massage, Shiatsu, Hot Stone, Spa Services, Deep Tissue Massage, Infant Massage, Reflexology and more. Hanna attend workshops and continuing education courses on a regular basis to enrich my knowledge and understanding of healing touch.
Stephen has been helping individuals find significant and often permanent relief for chronic and recurrent musculoskeletal pain since 1990. Trained in a wide variety of therapies including Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Deep Tissue Bodywork, Somatic Movement Education, Craniosacral Therapy, and Active Isolated Stretching, he has spent many years developing an integrated technique and unique philosophy of pain relief.
Nancy graduated from the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in 1991 and brings with her more than 25 years of experience as a nurse specializing in women’s health. Nancy has extensive continuing education in prenatal massage, infant massage, doula training, myofacial therapy, ashiatsu, hot stone therapy, thai yoga massage, foot reflexology and orthopedic/deep tissue massage. Nancy is a licensed and nationally certified massage therapist.
Burlington , VT
Eileen is a graduate of the Swedish Institute in New York City. She specializes in Perinatal Massage Therapy – Prenatal & Postnatal Massage, as well as Reflexology. Eileen is also proficient in classic Swedish Massage & Deep Tissue Massage techniques. She is a professional member of the AMTA & is an ARCB Board Certified Reflexologist. Eileen has also studied Aromatherapy under Linda Tilton and Michael Scholes where she learned the properties and the art of blending essential oils.