Why Choose Carolina Massage Therapy?
Just as you would with selecting the right doctor, selecting a massage therapist should be no different. You want someone who will meet your specific needs, whether you’re looking to soothe aches and pains of daily life or just after a major sporting event such as a marathon or just to relax.
General certification in Swedish massage—long, sweeping strokes over the entire body—fits the bill when you’re simply looking to relax. (Swedish is what you’ll get if you ask for a basic massage.)
Whereas Deep Pressure or Trigger Point features more targeted finger pressure in specific areas.
There's no denying the power of bodywork. Regardless of how we explain the experience, (pampering, rejuvenating, therapeutic) or the reasons we seek it out (a luxurious treat, stress relief, pain management), massage therapy can be a powerful ally in your healthcare regiment.
John Osika LMBT #3890
Education: 2001 New York Institute of Massage
Specialties: Focus is on Sports & Medical Massage. Able to work many types of massage but I like to find the root cause of myoskeletal problems.
Continuing Education: Oriental, Medical Massage 2000, Reiki Practictioner 1st & 2nd Degree 2000, Medical Massage 2004, NeuroMuscular Reprogramming (72 hr course) 2005, Active Isolated Stretching 2008, Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (Eric Dalton) 2008, Kinesio Taping Levels I, II, III Certification 2010.
Certifications: Kinesio Taping, Gua Sha
CURRENTLY NOT ACTIVE - WILL NOTIFY WHEN AVAILABLE
Dennis Dickinson LMBT #13799
Education: 2004 American & European Massage Clinic, Inc.
Specialties: Main focus of practice is medical & sports Massage. Russian Medical-Massage V method 500 hours (Vladimir Bogatov, MD), Sports Massage, Neuromuscular for neck, Trigger Point, Myofascial, & scar release-advanced, Myofascial Sports Massage, Pre-natal, Migraine & Headache Treatment, Reflexology, acupressure.
Gua Sha and Myo-facial Release. 2019 certified in Cupping.
Dennis taught anatomy, pathology, medical massage, ethics, & business classes for the School of Health Sciences, ECPI University, Moorefield Campus, Richmond, VA.
Libby Kemp LMBT #13694
Education: 2013 American & European Massage clinic.
Specialties: Swedish, Russian Medical- V Method, Lymphatic drainage, Prenatal, Deep Tissue.
Continuing Education: Certified in Prenatal Massage and Lymphatic Massage.
Certified in Gua Sha - 2016 (in May 2018 - took advanced course)
Certified in Cupping - Sept 2019
I've found massage to be such an important part of helping people to have a healthy and active lifestyle. My clients range from expecting mothers to athletes to people suffering from pain and health issues.
Davelyn Rivers LMBT #4987
Education: Graduated 2004 from Wake Tech Community College - Massage
Nationally certified in Massage therapy and body work.
Specialties: Deep Tissue and Swedish
Continuing Education: Prenatal/Pregnancy Massage and Myo-facial release.
2016-Manual Lymphatic Drainage
2018 - Gua Sha and Myo-facial Release
I've been practicing massage for the last 14 year. It's a career that I will never stopping learning about because there is always something new to learn. I feeling like massage is one of the best things you can do for youself. I am able to help people through massage and that is something I am very grateful for.
Bridget Lynch LMBT #17164
Education - 2009 - Claire Marie Miller Seminars, Inc for Integrated Reflexology
2017 - American & European Massage Clinic, Inc Massage Body Work. Having focused on Russian Medical Massage, it is a different approach to the standard modalities.
Continuing Education: 2018 - Gua Sha and Myo-facial Release
Worked in a variety of spas in the Wake Forest area doing Reflexology as well as front desk work. Having 9 years of experience in Reflexology and now having my bodywork license, I can treat the whole body and help people get back to health.