Massage Therapist

Helen Lacey

Massage Therapist

Helen Lacey, LCMT

Helen Lacey is a licensed and certified massage therapist with nearly 20 years of experience. She holds professional recognition from the American Massage Therapy Association and the California Massage Therapy Council.

She has obtained accreditation in many modalities including Swedish circulatory; Chinese Tui Na; Shiatsu acupressure; GuaSha; Thai Mat massage; aromatherapy; triggerpoint and myofacial release; cranialsacral; hot stone therapy and reflexology.

Through the years, Helen has worked with outstanding practitioners in chiropractic medicine, acupuncture, postoperative healing and injury-related manual therapies. In addition, she practiced oncology massage at the Hillman Cancer Center in Pittsburgh allowing her to enhance her clinical and technical knowledge. It was here that she gained an even better understanding of how hands-on bodywork induces natural healing.

Having a music and dance background and then an injury of her own lead Helen to study with Suze Angel in Laguna Beach, California where she was a Feldenkrais teaching assistant. She then worked with former President of The American Board of Massage Therapy, Sifu Michael B. Epstein, where she gained experience with qigong detoxification and deep breathing for healing

Helen’s bodywork therapy combines Western and Eastern modalities with an intuitive understanding of intention and the specific needs of the individual.

 

 

 

Rebekah Deiling

Massage Therapist

Rebekah Deiling, LMT

Rebekah Delling has been practicing massage and energy work for 17 years. She believes that massage is the missing piece of the therapeutic puzzle that makes chiropractic care, physical therapy, and acupuncture more effective.

Since completing massage school at Allied Medical & Technical Careers in 2001, Rebekah has gone on to receive advanced training in Shiatsu, prenatal massage, Reiki, medical massage, hot stone, and Active Isolated Stretching. Recently, her practice has evolved to include helping people sleep better. The new name of her practice, SleepWeavers Massage, reflects this change. She is currently developing a sleep massage technique and is seeking certification as a sleep coach. Rebekah’s other passions include hiking, mindfulness, meditation, and journaling. She endeavors to stay active and engage in self-care so that she can better care for her clients.

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced Integrative Bodywork Therapist

Joe Nezavich

Joe became interested in natural healing during grade school when he completed a book report about vitamins and minerals. His journey into bodywork began when he learned Thai Reflexology and received excellent results while working on his family members.

The therapeutic energy bodywork that Joe utilizes has evolved throughout his 20 years in practice. He refers to it as transformational healing and the results are frequently amazing.

Joe has a true love for the healing arts and you will find his work extremely effective. He continues to learn new techniques to assist his clients on their wellness journey. He is a key element on the staff of Peace, Love & Zen.

 

 

 

 

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