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When you request an appointment, the practitioner will get back to you to confirm. When you receive a confirmation, you will also receive a link to payment for your scheduled services. A non-refundable $50 minimum advanced payment is required on all scheduled services at the time of booking, unless otherwise arranged with the practitioner.
Meet our Practitioners
Kimberly Adami LCMT, NCTMB
Ricia Fleming Ph.D., NCTMB
A long winding life path brought me to where I'm offering you massage today. It began in the ivory tower of Boston University where I taught writing and literature.
As an English professor and then as psychotherapist, before massage changed my life and drew me to massage school, I learned to pay close attention to people and the stories they told. And so today I pay close attention to you and your story during a bodywork session.
It was a blessing to be working at the pain treatment program when the nurses were taught to give Swedish massage to the patients. With my own eyes I saw how the massages helped people manage pain and lessen discomfort.
And the benefits of massage were demonstrated to me first hand as my own troubles melted away under my nurse friends' hands.
I admired the work of my muscular therapists, and developed a desire to do the work myself.
After working with body wisdom as a body/mind psychotherapist for over 25 years, in 2001 I added hands-on healing through direct touch to my repertoire with Reiki training. Finally I gathered my courage and faith, took the leap and enrolled at Palmer Institute of Bodywork and Massage in Salem MA.
After some serious episodes of dizziness, I was fortunate to be helped by a skilled occupational therapist who diagnosed me with Sensory Processing Disorder and used a therapeutic modality to bring me from vertigo back into balance and gravitational security—Upledger CranioSacral Therapy and SomatoEmotional Release. I know from the inside what sensory processing disorder feels like and what the experience of developing sensory processing skills feels like. I've been on that road. I know the terrain and the experience of traveling it.
And Now I'm here as a Massage Therapist to Help You
I went on to complete a 900 hour curriculum in Advanced Massage Therapy at the Palmer Institute of Massage and Bodywork in Salem MA.
Now I am a Licensed Massage Therapist in Massachusetts and a member of ABMP: Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals. I am also a member of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation.
I love the work and have received many "ah..."s from people on my table; and I plan to continue helping people to heal, to relax, and to promote their well being through therapeutic massage
We'll work together to find just the right mix for your greater relaxation, health and transformation.
Ulrike Kapp APP, NBCR
Carrie Lynch has practiced nursing for 30 years and has 18 years of Holistic nursing practice, training and experience.
Holistic Nursing is a specialty practice that draws on nursing knowledge, theories, experience and intuition while partnering with “beings’ to provide a uniquely individualized healing experience.
This practice recognizes the totality and the interconnectedness of body, mind, emotional, spiritual, social/cultural, relational, contextual and environmental aspects of “being.”
Conventional nursing / medical practices are integrated and complimented by the holistic attitude and philosophy which broadens and enriches the scope of the care received.
A holistic treatment session includes a partnering approach.
Investigation into wellness goals utilizing Holistic theory and treatments . Examples of treatment include craniosacral therapy, shiatsu, reiki, massage, somatoemotional release and guided visualization techniques. When you decide it is time to care for you, Carrie will be a partner in your process.
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