A New Hampshire native, Nicole graduated from the Massage and Bodywork program at McIntosh College in 2007. She has over 14 years of personable, professional, and reliable results in holistic massage and bodywork.
Nicole quickly began working alongside chiropractors, helping patients overcome patterns of pain and dysfunction they were experiencing.
Throughout her career, she was able to observe and refine the optimal techniques, modalities, and holistic approaches, to create a lasting and beneficial massage and bodywork experience.
With continued education and special interest in pathology, she is able to work with the variety of conditions that lead to tension, chronic and acute pain, or discomfort, that keep you from feeling your best.
What is therapeutic for one person, may not be for another; that is why Nicole dedicates time to truly understanding each individual’s needs and helps to restore range of motion, facilitate healing, and an overall balanced sense of well-being.
Nicole’s experience working with chiropractic patients and veterans, allows her to offer clients a tailored and comprehensive massage therapy treatment that will bring you relief and help you get back to a better feeling you!
Whether you are looking for moderate to deep pressure, or lighter pressure that focuses on relaxation and increased circulation, Nicole’s experience and abilities can help you get the results you are looking for.
There is a chiropractor on site for those who are interested in, and in need of full musculoskeletal treatment options.
A thorough medical intake consultation is required for all new clients to be sure that you receive the most appropriate massage and bodywork treatment. This will be done at the beginning of your session.
Phone consultations are available.
Holistic massage concentrates on the whole being- the physical body, emotional body, and spiritual body. This type of therapy is ideal for those who feel deeply stressed or disconnected, and helps to restore and recenter all aspects of the self to help alleviate chronic pain patterns.
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
Creating increased flexibility and range of motion, PNF helps to lengthen muscles, increase elasticity, and improves neuromuscular efficiency. An advanced form of flexibility training, PNF was first used in clinical rehabilitation. This is ideal for those with mobility issues.
Cupping therapy is a great addition to any massage session when the fascia is restricted along with chronic tension in the muscles. There is no additional charge for this service, but it must be requested in advance and discussed with your therapist.
Integrative Therapeutic Massage
The “whole bag of tricks” massage. What is therapeutic for one person may not be for another. This type of session allows the therapist to assess the needs of the client and apply the most appropriate techniques and modalities.
Healing takes place in both the physical and spiritual body. When necessary, and requested for by the client, Nicole is able to facilitate the appropriate environment for you to find clarity. In this loud and busy life, you can finally hear yourself think, without being drowned out by the noise of the world.