I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2013. I went to New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts in Hudson, New Hampshire, and have advanced training in Oncology Massage Therapy with Tracy Walton. I am currently a graduate student at Plymouth State University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. I am also the student representative for the New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors Association. I recently became a researcher for a diversity project by NH Charitable Foundation. The project focused on what barriers to opportunity exist for people in New Hampshire with dimensions of diversity. You can view the findings here.

I came to massage many years ago as a client, to manage my anxiety disorder. I became interested in being a massage therapist because of the significant effect it had in changing my relationship to anxiety. Massage, along with other forms of self-care, have allowed me to be the person I was meant to be. My further education has led me to a deeper, more integrated understanding of anxiety and pain management and how massage can help.

It is a profound honor and a privilege to serve people through massage. I believe that touch is a language of care and support that everyone needs. I welcome everyone to my table.

NH License #4071