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Megan Thom, L.M.T., began her massage career after pursuing professional dance for several years. She attended the University of Utah to obtain her BFA in Ballet and went on to get her massage training from the Utah College of Massage Therapy, in Salt Lake City. She has practiced massage on cruise lines, health clinics and spas for over 5 yrs. Being a professional athlete, she knows firsthand how injury can affect one’s lifestyle in a negative way. She wanted to use her knowledge of anatomy and sports injury to aid others in keeping the quality of life they wanted, so she merged both her passions. She continues to teach dance along with practicing therapeutic bodywork and has found both her careers complement each other very well. When she is not in the dance studio or at the massage table she is enjoying her new life as a mama, with her little boy, Judah and husband, Leonard.
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.
May is Mental Health Month and this year the Mental Health America organization is focusing on habits and behaviors that increase the risk of developing or exacerbating mental illness.1 Along with working with your primary care provider, developing healthier nutrition habits can positively…view full article
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