Laura Ann Boudwin
Laura a Licensed Massage Therapist and certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She graduated from Medix College located in Smyrna, Ga. May 2008. She prides herself on her ability to care and listen to the needs of others. She is well versed in anatomy, physiology, pathology, and ethics. Laura believes in tailoring a massage towards the individual needs of each client by using multiple modalities to get the best results possible. She is a member of the National Technical Honors Society and the Alpha Beta Kappa Honors Society.
Christina Dobbins Laird
Christina is a Licensed Massage Therapist through the State of Georgia. She graduated from Medix College located in Smyrna, Ga. in 2004 and has worked for WellStar Health Place ever since. Christina specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point and Pre-Natal Massage. She is also a certified Infant Massage instructor. Christina is currently working on completing a certification in Butterfly Massage.
Regina is a Licensed Massage Therapist and is certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. She graduated in May 2008 from the Atlanta School of Massage located in Atlanta, GA. She specializes in Swedish, Sports, Reflexology, and Hot Stone.
Tinasha “Tish” Gray
Tish is a Licensed Massage Therapist and certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Tinasha’s life long career with Massage Therapy started in 1994 while living on the Island of Grenada. Upon moving to the United States she returned to school and graduated from Atlantic school of Massage in Coconut Creek, Florida in 2007. Since then she has been a practicing License Massage Therapist, Massage Therapy instructor and wellness educator who incorporates the holistic approach to the Body-Mind-Spirit connection. She is proficient in Classic Swedish Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Pre & Post Natal Massage. She loves camping in the Georgia state parks and resides in Douglasville with her family of five. Tinasha’s motto is “experience the difference” with regular massage therapy sessions. Tish is available for massages at Cobb Hospital.
Sundee is trained in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Reflexology, Pregnancy and Hot Stone. She has advanced training in Oncology Massage and Burn Scar Massage. She is a Preferred Practitioner with The Society for Oncology Massage and a volunteer with WellStar Tranquility Hospice. The benefits of massage for Cancer patients and burn scar survivors are not only to help with over all relaxation, anxiety and fatigue, but more importantly the feelings of isolation that many experience. Sundee finds this work very rewarding and wants to be part of your journey to wellness and recovery. In addition to Health Place, she is also available for appointments at Paulding and Douglas Hospitals.
Precious Mathews is a native, born and raised in Atlanta, and she is a Licensed Massage Therapist through the State of Georgia. She has been providing specialized massages for clients for 5 years now with modalities that include deep tissue, swedish, nmt, sports, prenatal and hot stone. She prides herself on making sure that her clients get the best treatment that they desire, and that they are walking out the door with a feeling of rejuvenation and a smile. Nothing makes her happier than providing the healing of touch to those who want it and need it.
LaTina has been practicing massage therapy since 2005 and loves every second of her career! She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, and Hot Stone massage modalities. She has treated auto accident injuries at physical therapy clinics as well as setting up chair massage events and so on. She has volunteered her services to hospice employees, and she has massaged victims at battered women’s shelters in the past. Massage has helped her life in many ways. She not only gives massages, but she likes to receive them as well! She is a mother of two beautiful girls, and they both reap the benefits of massage along with her mother who is arthritic. She has a great passion for the massage field and believes the best is yet to come!
Kozue is a Licensed Massage Therapist through the State of Georgia. She graduated in September 2017 from the Atlanta School of Massage located in Atlanta, GA. She specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Reflexology, Shiatsu and Hot Stone. She will customize the session in accordance with the client’s condition and needs. The client will be able to relax while muscle tension is released.
Kaori “KJ” Robinson
Kaori (or KJ as she is known by her coworkers) graduated in 2017 from the Atlanta School of Massage in Dunwoody, Georgia. She is a licensed massage therapist through the state of Georgia. Kaori specializes in Swedish , deep tissue , hot stone , reflexology , Thai and chair massages. She continues to learn new techniques. Her massages are so relaxing they will put you to sleep, and you will wake up feeling like a new person!
Keisha is a License Massage Therapist through the State of Georgia Board of Massage Therapy and a certified graduate of Atlanta School Of Massage, Atlanta, GA. Keisha takes a custom and integrated approach to each session to provide the best outcome possible for each client. Modality practices includes Swedish, Deep Tissue, NMT, Reflexology, Spa Therapy, Seated Massage, Sports Therapy, Myofascial Release and Stretching. Hot Stone certification soon to follow. Keisha is a veteran who enjoys being of service and welcomes any opportunity to do so. Her goal is to be a lifelong student in the art of promoting well being and massage therapy is at the top of that list. She will hold a sacred space for you in order to facilitate healing and enhance relaxation so you will leave feeling better than when you came in.
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