Meet Heath and Nicole
Nicole Reed earned an Organizational Communications degree and later graduated from the Utah College of Massage Therapy. Nicole combines her enthusiasm for bodywork with her extensive experience clearly and humorously articulating the healing arts. She instructed Basic and Advanced Massage Therapy, Craniosacral, Shiatsu and Client-Centered Bodywork at the Arizona School of Massage Therapy for five years.
Of these courses, Client-Centered is Nicole’s favorite to instruct because it weaves diverse modalities to create a custom-tailored session for each individual client. Nicole’s training extends beyond bodywork through her work as a “Doula”, whereby she assists pregnant mothers before, during and after the birth process by educating Mom’s-to-be and providing maternity and post maternity massage.
Every bodywork and training session Nicole facilitates is imbued by her compassionate and warm persona.
ABOUT HEATH REED
Heath Reed earned a Bachelor of Psychology, went on to graduate from the Utah College of Massage Therapy’s Clinical Program, and began focusing on Medical Massage in hospital, clinical and wellness center settings.
Heath is as passionate about energy work as he is about medical massage and was on the faculty of the Arizona School of Massage Therapy for five years instructing Acupressure, Shiatsu, Craniosacral Therapy, and Yoga.
Heath integrates his ten-year experience in yoga and Asian philosophy/healing arts into every massage, and holds the intention of serving each client’s best interest. You can currently find Heath teaching at Inner Vision Yoga in Tempe, AZ.
Likewise, Heath inspires his students to delve into the mystery of who they are to illuminate and manifest their inner truth and beauty.
From our Blog, “Healing Matters”
April 12, 2017
Loving AttentionWe now experience more aliveness and positivity than at any point in our lives! And we’re excited to share the most effective practices we’ve discovered to consciously move your body, breath and attention to reliably cultivate a practice and life of ease and f...
February 7, 2017
PresencingMy relationship to and with myself is changing and evolving into a new way of being. I notice the changes I am experiencing are emerging from the inside out, rather than from the outside in. They are happening “endogenously” (created from inside) rather than “exogenously”...
January 6, 2017
Create More of What You WantAfter reading and still reading The Lazy Man’s Guide to Enlightenment, I am inspired to play with expansion and contraction. Alternating between contraction and expansion as I dance, as I work, and in my relationships with friends and family. What does it feel like in my ...