Our Philosophy: Focus On the Individual
With our therapeutic work, our primary concern is caring for your health and well-being by providing individualized solutions. Just ask our large pool of satisfied clients. A knowledgeable team, regular ongoing training and an awareness of current methods of treatment are hallmarks of our work. Experience true results with our mind-body approach!
- State-of-the-art massage equipment
- A broad range of therapeutic services
- A clean, relaxing environment
- Personal attention and care from our well-trained staff
- Handicap-accessible facility
- Complimentary hot towel at the end of each service
Want to Learn More About Our Holistic Approach?
Visit our Therapy section or call us at +1 916 4920725.
" I wish there were more stars, because they certainly deserve more than 5!"Parmis
I’m Amy Dininger, and I’ve been a Certified Massage Therapist since 2006. My goal is to help clients find the cause of their aches and pains; relieve their tension; and give them tools, tips, and stretches for at-home body care between their massage appointments.
I attended the Body Institute for my initial massage certification and continue to attend a few other local schools for continuing education. I love to seek knowledge; specifically in the fields of massage and business. I have over 600 hours of certified massage classroom hours. I also received my Bachelors degree in Business Administration with honors from William Jessup University in May, 2012. I’m currently studying Traditional Chinese Medicine to become an Acupuncturist.
Business and massage are both passions of mine. Outside of work, I also have a strong love for travel.
I’m Shellie Bailie, and I’ve been practicing massage since 2002. I hold Massage Therapy certification in California, New Mexico, and Arizona, as well as certification in Massage Therapy Instruction. I have taken continuing education courses in Ashiatsu, Neuromuscular Therapy, Energetic Deep Tissue, and more! Additionally, I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of New Mexico.
As an athlete, I am especially enthusiastic about Sports Massage and Deep Tissue. I use a combination of range of motion, compression, and a slower touch to allow the muscles and nervous system to truly relax.
If I am not giving (or receiving) a massage, you’ll find me skydiving, bicycling or making a mess in the kitchen!
My name is Erin Mahoney. I have always been sensitive to the energies around me. This sensitivity led me to Asia, where I became curious about Thai massage. I completed a course in Thai massage at the Old Medicine Hospital in 2012. I loved it so much that upon returning to the United States, I decided to pursue massage therapy as a career and enrolled at the Bodhi Tree Center for the Healing Arts. Since graduating, I have worked with thousands of individuals to bring the body and mind into a state of balance.
The work I do is a fusion — largely influenced by the Asian modalities as well as deep tissue structural bodywork. Each session is customized to the individual. I always try to connect with the client’s energy field and let that direct my work. The most important thing in a session is that you, the client, feel comfortable and relaxed.
When I am not working, I like to spend time with my husband and fluffy animals. I enjoy experimenting in the kitchen, practicing yoga, and going on outdoor adventures.
Hi, my name is Nichelle Greenlee. I have been in the medical field since I was 16. I have worked in a major local hospital, as well as for two different specialist and taking care of elderly living with Alzheimer disease. I love to take care of people.
Over the past 5 years I have been practicing my own healing through yoga. It has reassured me of the importance of taking care of your body as well as the mind. Too often we forget that and let stress overwhelm us. This is also why I am so passionate about showing others new ways to take care of themselves.
Through all my years of experience, I have found myself at Nurturing Touch Massage where I can once again help people achieve relief and comfort. By going out into the community to market our business, I am able to seek out others in need. My goal here is to help clients get the right services they need for what is ailing them.