Our Massage Therapists
Our Massage Therapists
Harmony Massage has been known for excellent massage since it opened in 1998. Our friendly and knowledgeable Licensed Massage Therapists offer diverse areas of specialty, but all are experts in listening to you and understanding your needs. From relaxation to injury treatment, the massage is tailored to what will get results for each person.
Our massage therapists are interested in hearing the client’s concerns and have the goal of effective treatment for each individual person. The massage therapists at Harmony Massage offer diverse areas of specialty. We offer the very best in relaxation and stress-reduction massage and chronic pain and injury treatment massage. Harmony Massage is a member of the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce.
Tia found her career in massage in an unusual way. When her horse injured himself, she trained herself on horse massage from horse massage books. While doing this, she wondered how she could help people in the same way, and found Cortiva Massage School.
With her background in horse massage, Tia has a special awareness of her client's non-verbal communications and she is highly mindful of a client's body response during the massage.
Deep and relaxing, Tia's hands always find the right spots. She will focus on your main concern while using gentle stretching to release the surrounding tissues.
A customized massage, based on what you need and want, is what Hollie offers. In her massage she will combine a mix of treatment & deep tissue with relaxation techniques to give you the massage that will help you overcome pain and stress.
If you feel a need for work on the head, neck and shoulders, these are the areas that Hollie likes to focus on. In addition to Swedish, treatment massage and Deep Tissue, she also can deliver Hot Stone Massage and Pregnancy Massage.
Lena especially likes helping people who are dealing with neck, head and spinal trauma. She has had extensive training in low, medium and deeper styles of structural integration as well as cranial-sacral biodynamics.
The working method she uses in massage involves coaxing the muscles to relax, rather than forcing them. This approach can get the muscles to release, while causing minimal discomfort.
Dan had suffered from chronic pain as a result of a physically demanding job prior to studying massage. Finding that regular massage alleviated his pain, he chose massage therapy as a new career path for himself. His goal is to help others to get the relief and healing that he has experienced from massage.
Using Deep Tissue massage, Dan has a focus on injury treatment. When you come to see him, he will listen to what you need and want, make a plan for treatment, and then listen to the muscles, tendons and fascia while executing the plan. He has a talent for "Finding the right spot" and having a relaxed and healthy client after treatment.
Cammi has earned the nickname, "The Steam Roller," for her style of massage. Her technique involves long, deep strokes to both calm the nervous system and treat the deeper muscles.
Specializing in Deep Tissue and treatment massage, Cammi's goal is to facilitate healing. She wants to help you get back to doing what you love--living pain free!
Eric primarily uses deep tissue, but his method of working is gentle and pain-free. He also incorporates Range-of-Motion techniques into his massages. His method of massage is very effective at helping a person achieve substantial relief.
Eric observes that massage can bring awareness to the body and help stimulate self healing, in addition to bringing immediate relief.
Eva has studied Massage Therapy both in China and the U.S.A. Along with Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage, she brings to her clients ancient Chinese massage techniques such as Cupping and Gua Sha.
With experience in many different massage styles, Eva is able to determine what will help your body relax and what will relieve any areas of pain and tightness.
Nicole found that massage therapy aligned with her love for health and body, and pursued a career as a Licensed Massage Therapist. At the same time she is also a Hot Yoga instructor.
People find that the stretching she does during a massage is one of the unique aspects about her massages that help them feel better. A massage from Nicole can help you ease stress, reduce chronic pain and keep the body in good spirits.
Ruth is a graduate of Cortiva Massage School. She decided to be a massage therapist because she loves what massage does for the body & she enjoys being part of making people feel well.
In addition to her specialties of deep tissue and injury treatment, Ruth is also trained in pregnancy massage and hot stone massage. She especially enjoys doing longer massages and combining relaxation and treatment techniques.
Ruth se puede hablar español.
Rosie found her passion for helping people as a Licensed Massage Therapist after spending a few years working on a cruise ship sailing the Hawaiian islands and the Caribean. Rosie graduated from Everest College's Massage Therapy program in 2014. We are lucky now that she has chosen to settle down in Bothell and establish her Massage Therapy practice here.
Rosie's massage style includes Swedish with a mix of Deep Tissue Massage. Rosie is great at listening to her clients, and loves to find and relieve the stress in tight muscles.
Sheryle's specialty is relaxation massage. She enjoys combining more focused work with Swedish Massage in her massages.
Sheryle has known that she wanted to be a massage therapist since she was in High School. After gaining other job experience, she pursued her dream and graduated from Everest School of Massage.
When getting a massage from Sheryle, people feel they are getting a deeply relaxing massage from someone who genuinely cares and likes to help!
Alex's focus is on soft tissue injury treatment and chronic pain treatment. She employs mayofascial release, structural integration and neuromuscular techniques to help relieve pain and restore function.
For an effective and intuitive massage, schedule a massage with Lexi.
Harmony Massage also offers Reflexology by a Nationally Certified Reflexogist.
"When I experienced breast cancer 3 years ago, I realized how important health is to our lives.
"At that moment I developed a strong interest in reflexology because I thought health was about more than just the physical body. Reflexology supports physical health as well as mental health. It reduces anxiety and enhances a positive mind. The more I studied, the more I was fascinated by reflexology. After I became a National Board Certified Reflexologist, I decided to leave my 15 year career as a preschool teacher and dive into a new world as a therapist.
What Our Clients Say
The therapists at Harmony Massage are particularly good at asking questions that really get to the heart of what hurts and then designing a massage to target those areas. They are proactive with ice or heat, and stretches. I have been a regular H.M. client for more than 10 years. I have seen a number of therapists over that time. I have seldom been disappointed with the quality of care that I’ve received. On the few occasions that I have asked to make a change, it’s been done quickly, professionally and always with a follow-up to make sure that my concerns have been addressed. Massage has been a regular part of my life for more than 10 years. It helps me deal with stress, head off the aches and pains associated with aging and, in general, makes me feel happier and healthier.
- Debbie Vogel