Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the manipulation of muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, skin, joints, connective tissue as well as lymphatic vessels. It incorporates the use of a variety of techniques including, but not limited to Swedish massage, neuromuscular massage, deep tissue, lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, shiatsu, trigger point therapy, and others. Depending on the type of massage, it is typically used to relieve pain, improve range of motion, increase circulation, enhance immune function, and promote a deep sense of relaxation.

Massage therapists at Elemental Healing Charlotte are highly experienced professionals with a diverse background to suit your specific needs and preferences. Search the Massage Therapists below at EHC and start feeling more relaxed and rejuvenated!

  • Diana Marraccini

    Diana’s interest and study in Alternative Medicine grew exponentially after complications during childbirth and near-death experiences that transformed her perception of purpose, connection, and healing. Using multiple modalities such as Bodywork, Intuitive Energy Work, Polychromatic Light Therapy, Sound Therapy and BioSET Therapy, Diana partners with her clients on a deeper level to facilitate transformation in her clients' lives.

  • Aimee Taylor

    Aimee Joy Taylor (LMBT NC # 7632) has been a licensed massage and bodywork therapist since 2007 and she is the founder of The Institute for Grief Massage Inc. Aimee felt called into service after she experienced profound personal loss and discovered how helpful massage therapy could be during times of transition and grief.

  • Tesia Love

    As an Ayurvedic Practitioner and massage therapist specializing in Ayurvedic body therapies for women's health & beauty, I guide those who want to more deeply tap into their innate healing power with natural approaches to health and vitality. Ayurveda is a complete natural healing system that views everyone as an individual.

  • Betsy Burkart

    Betsy has been a massage therapist in the Charlotte area for eight years. She’s worked full-time for two large massage offices and has previously owned her own mobile massage business. She has worked with a range of clients, including professional athletes with sports-related injuries, pregnant women, and professionals with pains often caused by sedentary office work.

  • Caron Lerner

    My relationship with the client is an integral part of the healing process. The recovery from pain does not end when you get off my table. An understanding has to take place in educating toward a healthy lifestyle.

  • Elizabeth Kriz

    As a bodyworker, a yoga practitioner and teacher, I met my soulmate in Thai massage. The first time I experienced a Thai massage, I walked away on a cloud. My body felt light yet completely grounded; my mind felt at ease, yet not fuzzy or sleepy; my spirit was at peace. I have since come to understand why Thai massage can have such a powerful impact and I wish to offer that to all my clients.

  • Yadi Alamin

    Yadi has trained in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture as an apprentice. After 10 years in clinic, he developed a way to produce the physical/emotional changes without needles.