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Christa Byler is a bodywork enthusiast due to involvement in multiple styles of dance, sports, yoga, jobs that have been physically demanding, and previous injuries. She began her pursuit in massage therapy in 2010 thinking that she would use her education as a building block to pursue physical therapy. However, Christa has found refuge in bodywork and has decided that this is where her community needs her most. Her clientele ranges from professional dancers, athletes, individuals with chronic mental and physical illness, people with sedentary jobs, service workers, and those with unfortunate whiplash and/or impact injuries. Christa is skilled with lessening or removing people's migraines, TMJ pain, whiplash, and Bell's Palsey and with helping individuals gain back full range of motion in areas such as the neck, rotator cuff, hips and back. She uses a variety of techniques involving structural integration and biophysics. One of these techniques is Paul St. John's Neurosomatic Therapy which includes postural and gait analysis, cranial/sacral decompression and rebalancing, myofascial release and unwinding, and organ manipulations. She also uses Tui'na which utilizes eastern acupuncture points and PNF (proprioception neuromuscular facilitation) stretching patterns in a method similar to an invigorating sports massage. Christa is eager to alleviate your body issues and to determine the root cause. She believes in prevention planning and maintaining a balanced structure is most important for a better quality of living
L.M.T., BCTMB, CRT, CMT
Sandra Amyotte, L.M.T., BCTMB, CRT, CMT, completed her education at Sister Rosalind Gefre School of Massage and has been practicing massage therapy and reflexology since 2009 and is certified through the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (BCTMB). Her credentials also include CRT (Certified Reflexology Therapist), CMT (Certified Massage Therapist), and LMT (Licensed Massage Therapist).
Sandra partners with physical therapists and chiropractors in assisting patients with their recovery. She encourages proactive wellness and enjoys teaching clients self-care methods. Sandra is passionate about helping people with muscle injury and pain and specializes in soft tissue injury rehabilitation. She also specializes in reflexology which provides many benefits including increased energy levels, circulation, and relaxation.
Sandra’s outside interests include yoga, ballet, walking, gardening and volunteering to help and serve people and animals.
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