Vanessa Mayer is a skilled and experienced massage therapist who has been in private practice for over ten years. Vanessa grew up in Lexington, MA and was a figure skater with The Haydenettes, an internationally competitive synchronized figure skating team. She graduated from the University of Vermont, studying studio art and environmental studies, and in general learning to love all things Vermont--kale, cows, cheese and love of nature!
Vanessa received her initial massage training with the Green Mountain Institute for Integrative Bodywork, attending their four-month intensive program on the southern coast of Portugal. This immersive experience set the foundation for future trainings in trigger point therapy, myofascial release and other modalities involving sports, pregnancy and oncology massage.
Vanessa completed an Orthopedic Massage training with Tom Karis in 2014. She then went on to train and study with Katie Adams and her staff at 360 Neuromuscular Therapy in Needham, MA. This experience increased her knowledge of trigger points and pain referral patterns and has greatly influenced her current work. Ever mindful of the belief that massage is an effective tool in unlocking and releasing built up physical and emotional tension, her style combines long, flowing, integrative strokes with more focused and deeper work on specific areas of tension. She hopes to create a space in which each client feels safe, comfortable and supported.
Beyond massage, Vanessa's interests include yoga, anatomy, tea preparation, juicing, strength training and travel--most memorably to Costa Rica, Hawaii and Bali.
Vanessa is available by appointment on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
Feel free to email, call or text her at email@example.com or 781-572-4465.
|60 min||$100||Package of 5: $450|
|90 min||$130||Package of 5: $600|
|120 min||$160||Package of 5: $700|
Jim Busconi is a licensed and nationally certified massage therapist who graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Therapeutic Massage in 2005. He also studied under John F. Barnes, an internationally recognized physical therapist, lecturer, author and authority on Myofascial Release, and has additional training in Functional Movement, Resistance and Neuromuscular training.
Jim's dedication to healing through hands-on therapies has lead him to incorporate Deep Tissue, Unwinding, Neuromuscular Therapy which includes Trigger Point Therapy, Postural Assessment, Muscle Energy and Cranial Sacral Techniques to his practice.
In 2005, Jim developed a severe case of Ulcerative Colitis that incapacitated him and lead to chronic pain and additional issues with his thyroid. After exhausting traditional medical interventions, Jim embarked on a personal journey of healing by educating himself on alternative modalities and actively pursuing healing through a holistic and integrative approach to diet, stretching, yoga, breath work, hydration and exercise.
Jim has extensive experience in treating clients with chronic issues including structural/postural imbalances, scoliosis, fibromyalgia, migraines, chronic body pain, TMJ, post operative scar release and adhesions, sports injuries, chronic fatigue, frozen shoulder, and whiplash injuries among others.
Jim is passionate about facilitating healing in all people he comes in contact with through the application of hands-on therapies. His goal as a therapist is to restore balance, flexibility, stability and strength to his clients so that they may move freely and without pain and enjoy an enriched quality of life.
Jim is available by appointment Mondays after 4pm, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
To book an appointment with Jim, call/text him at 617-593-5877 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Recommend 90 minutes for initial consultation