Cara Mori, LMP.
Spring of 2008 I graduated from Cortiva Institute Brenneke School of Massage, and obtained my Washington State License for Massage. I have also spent my years practicing and studying injury treatment therapy techniques. With massage, I feel that I have the freedom to use my creativity to reach each client's needs, and create an environment of health and healing through a combination of techniques and energy. By meeting those needs, it can educate my client's to become more conscious and aware of their own bodies. I am a strong believer that during our loud and busy lives, it is essential that we all find grace and grounding, and be present with life. Massage brings us one step closer to harmony and tranquility in our lives... Cara is fluent in Spanish.
Debbie Homchick, LMP.
Debbie is a 1994 graduate of Brian Utting School of Massage. Her training includes Swedish, Deep tissue, Myofascial Release, Reiki and Sports massage, specializing in injury treatment. She thoroughly enjoys continuing her education with courses in Orgodynamics, Color Puncture, Sound Healing with her 7 Metal Tibetan Bowls, Wisdom of Energy, and the latest in Chi Nei Tsang. In her spare time, she enjoys a good day hike, yoga, comedy shows, being with her family and experimenting with chocolatiering in her own kitchen admitting “maybe a little more than I should!”
Vina Apellanes, LMP.
I graduated from Ashmead College in 2006 and I believe that it is in my nature to be caring and helpful that is why I chose this profession, and I put my heart on my work. My training includes Deep tissue, Myofascial Release, Sports massage and Certified Professional Medical massage. I speak Tagalog.
Monica Baxter, LMP.
Monica Baxter is a health focused, Licensed Massage Practitioner whose life is centered around compassion, health and wellness. She specializes in chronic pain relief and injury treatment.Growing up in an athletic, sports minded environment she has always believed staying active is important to staying healthy. Monica spent many years in the equine industry working with injury rehab for horses, and her dedication to purposeful compassionate living lead her to choose a vegan lifestyle. This also began her quest of helping others live as healthy, purposeful, and compassionate as well.Monica attended BodyMechanics School of Myotherapy and massage, focusing on many different modalities of injury treatment and pain relief. She believes that the mind, spirit and body are all connected, and massage is key to maintaining optimal health in all areas. Specializing in deep tissue, trigger point therapy, and myofacial release Monica customizes each massage to meet each individual need for relief and treatment.