MAssage therapist Brevard County, CNA care taker brevard county

I began my career in the medical field as a Unit Clerk at a hospital, but the more I interacted with the caring Doctor’s and Nurses that I was privileged to work with, the more I knew that something else was needed besides hospital care. I think in many situations there were things people could have put into practice that might have saved them from having to be in the hospital. And I wanted to know what those things were.

A nurse at that hospital told me that what I needed to do was go into the practice of massage therapy. I have been doing it ever since. Some of my people have been with me for 30 years, others come and go..and sometimes the new people I work on turn out to be a family member of someone I massaged years ago. It’s funny how life is cyclical like that.

For years I fought to get the medical community in general to respect what I do for people, and slowly, over time, I got many of my referrals from MD’s and Chiropractors in Brevard County. The understood the healing power of Touch, of Massage, Tai Chi,Yoga and Pilates.

from WebMD:

“Emerging research suggests that touch therapy works: In one landmark study, 16 happily married women were subjected to the threat of a mild electric shock; touching their husbands’ hands brought immediate relief from the resulting anxiety. Even a stranger’s touch was somewhat calming. “We know that anxiety decreases immune function and makes you get sick more often,” says study author Jim Coan, Ph.D., a neuroscientist at the University of Virginia. “If touch can help you be less anxious, you’re more likely to stay well.”

I already knew most of this, because I see it every day, not only in my Massage practice, but also in my work as a CNA. Touch heals, massage can heal.

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About Brevard Massage

I have been a personal trainer and massage therapist for many years now. My specialty is getting people moving again. I have learned through the years that preventing injuries is as important as relieving pain after an injury. To that end, I have also learned Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Pilates.