Meet the Massage Therapists
Anne is a Graduate of The Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy where she completed
the Professional Massage Therapy AMTA/COMTA Accredited Program, which includes
Massage Therapy, Anatomy and Physiology, Corrective Medical Massage Techniques,
Shiatsu, Advanced Anatomy and Physiology and Science of Kinesiology.
Anne continued her own personal development while deepening her awareness of the
body's healing and regenerative energy while practicing shiatsu. Anne began her studies
under Jill Silverstein, B.F.A.,Dipl.ABT, NCCAOM; AOBTA CP at the Pennsylvania
School of Muscle Therapy and then continued her advanced studies with Saul Goodman,
AOBTA, CI, founder of the International School of Shiatsu. Studies included Oriental
Medical Theory, Structural Alignment, Food and Healing, Zen Shiatsu, Fascia, Shiatsu
Shin Tai and Hara.
Anne has the skills and intuitive ability to treat each client as an individual to create a
sense of wholeness and well-being using her trained techniques. What you can expect
from a session with Anne is a blend of modalities that will suit you best. Techniques
such as deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial work or shiatsu points are used to help
relax the body and mold the body back to where it wants to be.
At home, Anne is a wife and a mother of three boys, fascinated by the creation of life
and all its beauty. Pregnancy massage and fertility massage is a wonderful way to relax
the body and prepare for this new beginning. Removing yourself from your daily life of
traffic, work and social engagements to think about the intricate process of life will take
you to another world of raw beauty and nature.
Anne is also a Professional Member of the American Massage Therapy Association
and has completed the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.
Pam is a graduate of the Professional Massage Therapy Program at Cortiva Institute –
Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy where she completed comprehensive studies in
therapeutic massage and bodywork, as well as anatomy, physiology, pathology and the
Her specialty areas include therapeutic, deep tissue, and relaxation massage, reflexology,
myofascial release and Reiki. Pam also provides massage and bodywork for the terminally
and critically ill, as well as those fighting cancer. Her work in hospice massage is done at the client’s
location, whether it be at home, in a hospital, nursing home, or hospice. For this work, Pam has
extensively trained in Comfort Touch, Aviana Mindful Touch Therapy, cancer massage,
and the sociology of death and dying. She has written Midwifing Death: The Role of
Bodywork in Hospice in Hospice & Palliative Care, a well-received 15-page paper.
In addition to her work as a massage therapist and bodyworker, Pam teaches massage
therapy and professional ethics at Cortiva Institute, where she also serves as director
of the Student Clinic/Internship.
She is a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association and
successfully completed National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage
A graduate of Cortiva Institute's Pennsylvania School of Muscle
Therapy, Kim has extensive knowledge of massage healing techniques,
theory, anatomy and physiology. Her specialties include Swedish, deep
tissue and sports massage, as well as Hawaiian lomi lomi. She is
nationally certified by the NCBTMB and a member of the American Massage
Health and wellness are important aspects of Kim's life that she hopes
to bring to others through massage. An avid runner, yogini, and outdoor
enthusiast, she has first-hand experience with common sports-related
injuries and methods of treatment, as well as relaxation and meditation
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