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Book me: email@example.com and put "Beth/PA" in the subject line 🙂
Beth brings 20 years in the profession of healing arts, relaxation and healthful living. She has over 8,000 hours of hands on body experience.
She began her career at 22 as a Yoga Instructor in NYC, teaching up to 5 classes a day.
In 1997 she began her studies in Spiritual Healing which unfolded into her Massage career. In 1998 she received her CMT.
Green in the profession, she was hired at top spa in CA. Here she worked with celebrity and VIP clientele as well as professional athletes. She also provided services for other primary spas in Napa Valley as well as catering to local VIP clientele. While in Napa she continued her studies of thermotherapy, aromatherapy, and the healing effects of massage.
In 2001 she and her husband moved to Montana where she began her first "Traveling Spa". This is where she fell in love with the idea of bringing massage TO people and letting them "just roll from the table into their beds!" It made perfect sense!
Returning to PA she continued her private practice and moved into spa management.
Her specialties are Deep Tissue, Hot Stone Massage, Cranio Sacral Therapy and Energy Healing.
Contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Melody/Austin" in the subject line 🙂
Hi my name is Melody,
I have been a massage therapist since 1999. I absolutely LOVE helping others. My background is in sports and fitness so I have combined my deep tissue therapy with stretching. I specialize in sports massage and most people tell me I have VERY strong hands. I think it is EXTREMELY important to enjoy what you do everyday; especially in this industry because it is such a personal experience and there is an energetic exchange.
My father is a musician (hence the name), my brother is a FAMOUS musician (drummer in country band) and I grew up playing piano so I am very comfortable being around musicians. I would love the opportunity to use my therapy to help all of you music lovers. Oh and by the way, Sully (Godsmack) put me in his top 3 favorite massage therapist. 🙂
Hope to help you soon.
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.
St. Patrick's Day and night was out of this world fun for me and my friend Chrissi. I was naturally there to massage and I brought her to just hang out and enjoy the sights and sounds of wild rock stars.
The first time I saw Buckcherry was in Berlin around 10 years ago. They were opening for KISS . When I heard the name “Buckcherry” I thought, THAT is a clever name. Then I heard/seen them play and thought “THIS band will make it BIG”. Now they are HUGE.
“Whatever you give a woman, she will make greater. If you give her sperm, she'll give you a baby. If you give her a house, she'll give you a home. If you give her groceries, she'll give you a meal. If you give her a smile, she'll give you her heart. She multiplies and enlarges what is given to her. So, if you give her any crap, be ready to receive a ton of shit.”
The 4th of July and Thanksgiving are the hardest days for an American living in Berlin (or anywhere in Europe for that matter) because no one gives a FUCK about those two holidays anywhere but America. Yanks tend to flock together on those two Holidays whilst abroad. It's pissing down cold rain today through a very gray sky and although Motorhead is playing (at an outside gig) tonight, I will probably just avoid too many outdoor activities "When the rain comes, they run and hide their heads, ya might as well be dead, when the rain comes, when the raaaaaaaaaain comes".
I have an interview with a journalist for German VOGUE anyways and would rather just sit with her over a cup of tea in one of hundreds of lovely cafes around my area after I have a well sheltered jog (hat, rain coat, etc). The Hard Rock Cafe is always fun on the 4th and Turkey day, but oh, so many tourist cram in there.. No barbeque's going on that I know of, sigh. Wish I was floating down the Chattanooga River in Georgia in a big inflated tire tube sipping a beverage with the Leckners in the Sun. THAT is my idea of a good 4th of July.