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Alicia McIntyre NCLMBT # 11884

Alicia studied massage therapy at the Florida College of Natural Health.  She has traveled as far as Costa Rica and Ireland to continue her education with a certification in Medical Massage as well as extensive classes in Orthopedic Massage. Some other modalities she works with are deep tissue, trigger point, massage cupping, swedish and prenatal massage as well as Kinesio taping. After going over client intake forms and listening to clients' wants and needs from their session, she utilizes the modalities that will produce the best results. 

Alicia has been a massage therapist since 2009 with a background working on a cruise ship, in a few different massage clinics, and in an office where the main focus was therapeutic massage. Her time in these different settings has given Alicia experience with many different types of clients including athletes training for events, clients recovering from or trying to avoid surgeries,  clients working through chronic pain in all areas of the body, people that carry unmanageable stress tension, women that are pregnant or recently delivered and clients that just need to relax. 

Alicia encourages her clients to be proactive, and works with them to figure out the causes of their pain and consider possible changes that can be made to achieve a full recovery.  

She has truly found her passion in Massage Therapy and is looking forward to meeting and working with you.

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Amanda Beresic NCLMBT # 14256

Amanda became a licensed massage therapist in 2011 after attending Palm Beach Academy in Lake Park Florida.  Prior to this, she earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Slippery Rock University in 2006.   Her passion for Massage Therapy started when a physical therapist recommended massage to help with pain she was experiencing from a neck injury.  She realized that whether for pain management or relaxation, massage has so many amazing benefits.

Amanda strongly believes in the benefits of prenatal massage.  Having two children of her own, she realizes how one of the happiest times in your life, can also be the most stressful.   Pregnancy brings on so many changes, physically and emotionally. The mother is naturally concerned about the baby, but it’s important that she care for herself as well.   (Bonus – massage can be beneficial for the mother and the baby!)

Along with prenatal massage, Amanda also does various modalities including swedish, deep tissue and sports massage.  Her goal is to make sure your problem areas/concerns are addressed to the best of her ability. She upholds the highest levels of respect and integrity to each individual client.

Diantha Lee NCLMBT # 10984

Diantha’s journey in Massage Therapy began in 2008 when she graduated from the Cleveland School Of Massage & Advanced Bodywork Institute. In 2010 she completed the Massage Therapy program at ECPI in Raleigh. While focusing her work on breaking muscular adhesions, Deep Tissue massage tops the charts as Diantha’s most used massage modality. Other ways she helps clients with daily mobility include Trigger Point, PNF Stretching, and Reflexology.

With most of her focus around the more rehabilitative aspects of bodywork, Diantha also has a great respect for the power of a relaxing Swedish massage. Listening to what a client says, so that she can tailor make each session, is the most important aspect of any treatment in her mind.

Diantha grew up learning about the patterns pain and tension can produce in the body from her mother being diagnosed with fibromyalgia many years ago. Now, having been diagnosed with fibromyalgia as well, she has a uniquely sensitive understanding of the way muscle and fascia work together and sometimes stop working together. Using her first hand knowledge of the ways muscles can sometimes misbehave, every treatment she provides has the same end goal of helping every client to feel as pain-free as possible.