We have a highly skilled team of Massage Therapists
David Henderson, BS, LMBT, CLT
A Massage Therapist Blending Intuition, Knowledge and Experience
A combination of intuition and advanced training in the science of anatomy, physiology and bodywork truly make my work unique. Throughout my career I have focused my education and skills on having the ability to help with as many issues as possible.
I use massage and myofascial release to work with muscle, tendon and ligament issues as well as postural corrections; manual lymphatic drainage to work with fluid problems in the body as well as to treat injuries that require a less aggressive approach; and craniosacral therapy to aid in osseous restrictions, release fascia, and calm the central nervous system.
I offer an eclectic blend of bodywork and individualized therapeutic massage modalities that help restore balance by calming the central nervous system, improving function of the lymphatic system, finding and releasing trigger points, releasing myofascial tension, stimulating circulation of fluids, and breaking down neuromuscular holding patterns that cause tension and stagnation throughout the body.
I believe that learning bodywork techniques is just the beginning. An understanding of the science and anatomy of the human body is essential. It’s also important to continue to learn through advanced training courses and workshops throughout one’s career as a massage and bodywork therapist.
My education began with a Bachelor of Science degree in anatomy, and has included the massage and bodywork schools listed below. I continue to attend advanced workshops and training courses in various disciplines in order to better serve my clients.
- B.S. in biology (anatomy concentration), East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
- Fuller School of Massage in Virgina Beach, VA
- Upledger Institute in Palm Beach Gardens, FL
- School of Shiatsu and Massage in Middleton, CA
- Benjamin School for Advanced Studies, Cambridge, MA
- Kinesis Myofascial Integration, Walpole, ME
Licensing and Affiliations
- Licensed by the North Carolina Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
- Certified by the National Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
- Member of American Massage Therapy Associations
- Member of the International Alliance of Healthcare Professionals
- Certified Lymphedema Therapist
Shelley Davis, LMT & Esthetician
Shelley graduated from The Utah College of Massage Therapy in 1997. After nearly 20 years of working with many diverse populations, she’s still fascinated with the body’s systems and it’s ability to repair and evolve. Shelley draws from her experience to customize each session to provide a complete therapeutic experience. Some of her areas of study include: Myofacial release, Injury rehabilitation, Sports Massage, Aromatherapy, Prenatal Massage, Reflexology (feet), Nutrition, and Therapeutic Yoga. She is also a licensed Esthetician and enjoys helping her clients achieve healthy confident skin.
Shelley feels great gratitude to her clients for allowing her to be part of their healing experience. Shelley enjoys the beach, spending time with family, and travel in her spare time.
Education, Licenses & Affiliations
- Shelley Davis LMBT# 2173
- Utah College of Massage Therapy in 1997
- Virginia Institute of Esthetics in 2014
- 200 hr RYT Yoga Teacher Training in 2015
- Member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
Jacquelyn Connely, LMBT
Jacquelyn graduated from The Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage Therapy In Albany, NY in 2005. She integrates her dynamic flow with knowledge of anatomy and intuitive healing. Her wide variety of modalities studied enables her to work on a wide range of ailments from stress relief to sports related issues.
Tracie Rosso, LMBT
Tracie attended the Cayce/Reilly School of Massotherapy in 1995. Traci specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Lomi-Lomi, Prenatal Massage and reflexology. Tracie is licensed by the North Carolina Board of Massage & Bodywork Therapy and certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork.