Book me: email me at email@example.com and write “Phyllis/Baltimore” in the subject line
Having made a firm decision to achieve a better work/life balance and ultimately become centered in a more impactful profession, Phyllis chose to change careers and pursued her passion; an education in Massage Therapy. She is a dedicated and steadfast believer in the benefits of holistic wellness; for the restoration of a healthy system of wholeness within the body, spirit, and mind connection. Her intuitive; therapeutic touch is client-centered and tailored using various techniques of muscle and connective tissue manipulation to increase body function, decrease inflammation, and aid in the healing of the human energy system.
Phyllis’ core focus is to unwind the strained body and provide relaxation while restoring its alignment, length, and natural balance. Her treatment is designed to support your journey in wellbeing.
Book me: email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and write “Genia/Baltimore” in the subject line
Genia’s interest in massage began as a young girl witnessing the power of touch. Her grandmother lived with Alzheimer’s and massage is what often brought her comfort. This firsthand experience is what ignited Eugenia’s love for massage. Being passionate about helping people, Eugenia pursued her massage license and graduated from Cortiva Institute in Baltimore, MD.
Believing in the body’s ability to heal itself, Eugenia uses a variety of techniques to aid her in assisting individuals reduce their everyday life stress, as well as level of pain and find rejuvenation.
Book me: email me at email@example.com and write “Anita/Baltimore” in the subject line
Hiya!!! I am Anita and I have traveled the world learning and practicing massage therapy. I have more than 15 years of experience in the massage, healthcare, and the hospitality industry. I have worked on cruise ships, hospitals, sports clinics, wellness centers, private practice, back stage, schools, universities and high end luxury spas. I’m a graduate of Towson University , Baltimore School of Massage, and have received international training at the Steiner Institute in London, England.
My work experience includes, conducting and publishing scientific research, working as a massage therapy instructor, and managing and practicing at a wellness center. I fuse clinically based, Deep Tissue, Myofascial, Stretching, Movement and Kneading through Medi-Cupping to provide a restorative, therapeutic treatment that aids in the body’s natural healing process and reconnect the person as a whole.
Anita is very passionate about working as a Dot Bot bringing positive energy, excitement and supporting individuals in achieving life balance through personal wellness.
Book me: email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and write “Jeanne/Baltimore” in the subject line
Hello! My name is Jeanne (pronounced Genie)! I worked as a nanny back in the day. I also worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant. While working at a long term care facility I acquired an injury. Being someone of an “older” mindset, I had always thought massage was this fluffy thing you did when you had too much time on your hands.
Then I went to a massage therapist suggested by my physical therapist, and my life was CHANGED. I immediately enrolled in school. Massage became my passion, when I graduated I already had a job lined up and have been working ever since. I have experience in the spa setting, a chiropractic office, a wellness office, as well as doing travel massage. This past year I also began instructing at a local massage school.
My style is a bit of a mix. I got into massage for a medical reason, from a medical background. I also enjoy energy work, yoga, and incorporating stretches. I pride myself on finding “spots” you didn’t even know where there and realizing how it is all related! I love doing deep tissue in “my own style”. I can’t wait to get my hands on more people and continue to challenge myself! Looking forward to meeting you!
Reach me at email@example.com and write "Nicki/Baltimore" in subject line 🙂
Hi! My name is Nicki. I graduated from Baltimore School of Massage in 2005. My first job in massage gave me an opportunity to work on professional and college athletes. Also, many of my clients were rehab which was a great learning experience.
I have strong passion for massage. Healing the body and the mind is powerful. I am confident in my work and my ability to help my clients. I am trained in Swedish, Deep, Myofascial, Sports, Acupressure and Pregnancy massage. Deep tissue is my favorite.
I'm so excited to be given the opportunity to work for Dr. Dot. It will be a pleasure to work on you. Contact Dr. Dot to schedule a session with me.
Baltimore statue will honor Frank Zappa A bust of legendary musician and Baltimore native Frank Zappa will officially be dedicated Sept. 18, The Baltimore Sun reports. Members of Zappa's family are expected to attend the ceremony, which will take place at Eastern Avenue and South Conkling Street in Highlandtown, where the bust will be erected.
The location outside the Southeast Anchor Library was chosen in part because Zappa was a staunch advocate for free speech. The bust, which will sit atop a tall column, is a gift to the city from a Zappa fan club in Lithuania, and is being readied for shipment to the United States.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Singh/DC" in the subject line please
My name is Singh.
I learnt massage in India in Ayurvedic style which combine the use of herbal oils for various body problems as per ancient studies. I also learnt Tantra, Yoga & meditation for peace.
In US, I studied Massage Therapy & bodywork from Potomac Massage Training Institute, DC. I graduated in 2007 & started working in the Graduate Clinic. I am trained in Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Thai Yoga, Myoskeletal Massage, Hot stones, all types of body scrubs, foot scrubs, facial, head massage, chair massage.
I am impressed by Myoskeletal Massage techniques taught by Dr. Dalton, and find these techniques help me give more relaxation to my clients suffering from pain, stress, tension caused by Sciatica, Fibromyaolgia, Lyme disease etc.
I am also interested in Lomi Lomi Massage which I feel is very grounded. I also learnt to work on clients operated upon for "Breast cancer" and learnt very tender lympathetic massage, which is very compassionate, soothing and relaxing. I try to give customized massage to my clients as per their body problems.
I am available after 3 pm till 3 am all days. I do incalls/outcalls in MD/DC/VA in homes/hotels/spas
Email me at email@example.com and out "Kerri/Baltimore" in the subject line please 🙂
After retiring from the police department and ending my career as a crime scene investigator (the real CSI), I took classes in massage therapy and discovered a kinder, gentler Kerri. I also discovered that I preferred working with live people as opposed to the dead.
I've been a licensed massage therapist for 4 years now, and I specialize in deep tissue massage and chair massage. I am familiar with the consequences of stress and the negative impact it can have on normal, everyday living, and I've discovered that massage therapy can be a viable alternative to anti-depressants and other medication.
I currently live on a sailboat with my husband and together we plan to see the world on our own terms, traveling with my massage table. Hopefully, I'll sail to a port near you!
Baltimore honors native son with 'Frank Zappa Day'
Posted: Dec. 21, 2009
BALTIMORE — Baltimore's mayor has declared a "Frank Zappa Day" on the birthday of the late rocker and native son.
Mayor Sheila Dixon declared the special day Monday. The eccentric musician was born in Baltimore on Dec. 21, 1940. He died in 1993.
Last week, Baltimore's public art commission decided that it will erect a bust of Zappa outside a public library.
The bust was given to Baltimore by fans of Zappa from Lithuania, where his music was popular among the avant-garde in the early 1990s. A similar bust is a tourist attraction in Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Jennifer/Baltimore" in subject line.
I am Jennifer and I've been a Licensed Massage Therapist for 8 years. I received my education at Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy in Jacksonville, Florida. I am also nationally certified. I specialize in Neuromuscular massage, and also have training in Swedish Massage, Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques, Zero Balancing, and Sports Massage. My massage tends to combine the best of all the techniques I've learned for the benefit of my clients. I love to meet and work with new people as well as see long-term healing with my regular clients.
I became a massage therapist after receiving massage for an injury. I know what it is like to hurt, and what it's like to become pain-free. My main goal is to get all of my clients in the best muscular health I can!
Please contact Dr. Dot if you would like to book an appointment with me!