The Brattleboro Holistic Health Center offers a broad spectrum of Massage Therapy practitioners and modalities. Massage therapy fosters wellness by addressing the central nervous, circulatory, lymphatic, skeletal and muscular systems, thus reducing tension & anxiety, improving blood circulation to increase oxygen & nutrient flow to cells, speeding healing from injuries, promoting relaxation & detoxifying the tissues. Massage is a wonderful resource for pain management, as well as for conditions such as arthritis, sciatica and muscle spasms.
D. Keller Allen has been practicing body work for more than a decade and is excited to be a co-owner at BHHC. Keller offers therapeutic massage sessions custom fit to client’s needs. Clients can choose to include elements of relaxation, Swedish, deep tissue, sports injury recovery, stretching, range of motion work and/or Thai Yoga ... read more
I am drawn to massage therapy as an effective non-invasive technique for addressing pain, soothing and re-educating the nervous system, and revealing useful information about your body. My goal is to create a peaceful, compassionate environment where you can completely relax and go within. I listen to muscle tissue, gently but firmly coaxing it to ... read more
I incorporate the following techniques into a therapeutic massage: Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point, as well as introductory elements of shiatsu, Thai massage, and reflexology. Massage Therapy is a practice I love because it provides supportive space for deep connection to the present. In this supported presence, you will find increased personal body awareness, your ... read more
Using an intuitive touch Kayla combines Deep Tissue and a Circulatory Swedish massage technique to soothe the whole body and promote musculo-skeletal restoration. She also incorporates movement therapies such as Range of Motion and Muscle Energy Techniques to stimulate joint circulation, increase flexibility and release muscle restriction. Kayla can also soften connective tissues throughout your ... read more
Emma Whiteoak Lee graduated from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine with a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She practices Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as Western Clinical Herbal Medicine. Emma approaches her acupuncture treatments through Shiatsu, a Japanese meridian massage, to further open the meridians and balance the body. She is available ... read more
Your body wants to heal and correct itself, but anxiety, tension and stress frequently get in the way. Physical pain tells you when something is off and in need of attention. My job is to help you reach a state of relaxation that allows your body to bring itself back into balance. My reward as ... read more