Vicki has been a Professional Registered Massage Therapist for over 18 years. She is a leader in her industry. After completing her Massage Therapy diploma and writing her board exam in 1999, Vicki spent the next 4 years Massaging aboard Cruise Ships where she gained a great deal of experience working with a diverse client base.
Seeking to remain closer to home and build her own loyal patient base, Vicki decided it was time to start working in a clinical setting. She spent the next 3 years working in an office with Chiropractors and RMT’s.
At the beginning of 2006, the time had finally come for Vicki to move her business to her home. This has enabled Vicki to provide the absolute best service she can to her patients with the most flexibility in her scheduling. Her Massage Office is very warm, inviting and professional with the focus on her patients and their needs second to none. Vicki strives to continually upgrade and increase her skills. By taking advanced courses like RAPID adhesion release technique, LAST technique, Myofascial Cupping, Advanced Trigger point therapy she is able to customize each treatment to your needs and get you feeling your best in the shortest amount of time.
Vicki is very passionate about Massage, making it her mission to ensure the best care for her patients. She shows a rare compassion that goes above and beyond the call in her profession. The time for you to feel your best is now! Let Vicki help you get there!
Vicki has also studied Nutrition for 5 years, obtaining her Diploma in Sports Nutrition, and her diploma to become a Registered Nutritional Consultant Practitioner. She finds that Nutrition and Massage go hand in hand. Vicki focuses on anything from minor rashes like eczema and acne to common colds to treating type 2 diabetes, hormonal imbalances, infertility, depression, thyroid issues and more. Vicki feels that Nutrition is so important in every aspect of life. She gets down to the actual cause of the issue which helps to heal the body, not just treating the symptoms. Our food should be our medicine, and our medicine should be our food.
Vicki is very grateful for each and every person she has helped over the past 18 years.