Meet Our Licensed Massage Therapists

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Jennifer
Jennifer McLeod Hart
Jennifer has been practicing massage since 2007 after completing her training at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy. With her wide range of knowledge in the field, she offers integrative massage sessions tailored to each client’s needs by using techniques such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Reiki and Hot Stone Therapy. Jennifer is also Reiki certified and offers Prenatal Massage. She specializes in relaxation and enjoys her ability to facilitate it through touch. She believes that all healing begins by first calming the body and mind, which she achieves through her movements and intuition. Jennifer intends for her massages to engage the reset button, helping to relax the mind, quiet the spirit and encourage the prana. (LMBT#12841)

Jennifer McLeod Hart

Hsiung Leu
Hsiung Leu
A graduate of the Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy, Hsiung has been a professional massage therapist since 2009. In addition to the standard modalities of Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular and Sports Massage, his training has focused on CranioSacral and Structural Integration based in Myofascial Release. He also offers Prenatal Massage. Hsiung also integrates twenty years of both internal and external martial arts into his massage craft. His desire to refine his knowledge of traditional medicine brought him to the Asheville region and is in the final stages of completing his Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program at Daoist Traditions College of Classical Chinese Medical Arts. (LMBT#14871)

Hsiung Leu

Laura Graham
Laura Graham
Laura confirmed her passion for touch working as an assistant in an acupuncture clinic, where she provided Chinese healing modalities such as Cupping and Gua Sha. She attended the Asheville School of Massage and Yoga and has been licensed in the state of North Carolina since 2015. Laura’s massage therapy treatments have a foundation in Swedish methods and blend Myofascial, Deep Tissue, Stretching, and various Asian massage techniques to provide a thorough and custom session for each client’s needs. She also performs Prenatal Massage. Laura believes that bodies are built to heal themselves, and that massage is a favorable way to facilitate the healing process. She plans to continue to deepen her studies in massage, combining her love of learning with travel in order to further her skills as a practitioner. (LMBT#15187)

Laura Graham

Rebecca Chapman
Rebecca Chapman
Rebecca has been practicing massage and bodywork since 2009 after graduating from Asheville’s Center of Massage & Natural Health. She has worked in both clinical and spa settings and on a wide variety of clients. Rebecca’s massage style is constantly emerging, evolving, and growing based on the needs and desires of her clients. She practices manual therapies to relieve tension in the body, mind, and spirit which deeply relax the nervous system and emotional body. Rebecca’s bodywork is diverse-she can perform a massage aimed at total relaxation or a session targeted at pain relief. She has training and experience in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Orthobionomy (positional release of the extremities), Reflexology, Trigger Point, Accupoint, Prenatal, Geriatric, and Infant Massage. She also practices traditional Hawaiian massage, called Lomilomi, and integrates it into her sessions. (LMBT#09507)

Rebecca Chapman

Christopher Collins
Christopher Collins
Chris realized his talent for bodywork in impromptu shoulder massages he would give his friends. After twenty years in construction, ten of which also as a silversmith metal worker, Chris pursued his longtime interest by attending the Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy and graduated in 2012. He is experienced in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, Trigger Point Therapy, Scar Tissue and Myofascial Release methods, all of which Chris believes eased the aches and pains of life on both physical and energetic levels. His primary focus is deep therapeutic work that he customizes based on individual needs. Chris also incorporates energy healing into his work. Chris pays close attention to the client’s wants and makes suggestions for their ideal massage, standing by his commitment to enhancing the quality of life of each of his clients and stressing the importance of massage as a way of healing. (LMBT#16135)

Christopher Collins

Savannah Yount
Savannah Yount
Savannah’s fascination with massage therapy grew out of a love for Reflexology. After practicing at home on friends and family, she knew that she wanted to study and practice massage and graduated from the North Carolina School of Advanced Bodywork in 2014. Savannah has since gravitated towards Postural Assessment and Alignment work. Her variation of strokes proves to relieve tension and decrease pain, and in addition to Savannah’s dynamic massages that include Neuromuscular, Structural Balancing and Reflexology techniques, she specializes in neck, shoulder and abdomen work in an effort to achieve better body posture in her clients. (LMBT#13839)

Savannah Yount

Danielle McIntosh
Danielle McIntosh
Danielle discovered the healing benefits of yoga and massage after developing severe pain in her hips. By witnessing the benefits of meditation and receiving bodywork, she was prompted to become a massage therapist. Danielle believes that the body is designed to heal itself if given the chance, and after working as a Certified Nurse Assistant, she realized that there was more to the healing process than medications alone. Danielle completed her massage training through AB Tech’s Massage Program in Asheville. With specialties in Deep Tissue and Advanced Reiki, she often blends the two modalities in her massages. Danielle’s intuition for clients’ needs is nuanced and effective. She promotes the body’s healing just as massage has provided hers. (LMBT#16574)

Danielle McIntosh

Sonja Pezzelle
Sonja Pezzelle
Sonja has been a professional massage therapist since 2012, having received her training at Palm Beach State College in Boca Raton, Florida, and her CranioSacral Therapy training at the Upledger Insitute in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, in 2013. She has experienced the benefits of receiving massage herself for many years, which guided her to pursue massage as a career. Sonja specializes in CranioSacral Therapy, a powerful modality that works to gently harmonize the central nervous system. She also offers Swedish Massage and Reflexology. Sonja’s thorough blend of modalities and developed intuition allow for well-rounded massages that are unique to each client. (LMBT#15545)

Sonja Pezzelle

Lee Buck
Lee Buck
After graduating from the Health Builders School of Therapeutic Massage in 2000, Lee owned his own practice in Florida that incorporated outcalls to private clients and chair massage at local events. He is a former member of FSMTA sports massage team and after moving to Asheville, he completed additional massage training from AB Tech in 2010. Lee’s extensive specialties acquired from his schooling and continuing education include Structural Alignment and Relief Therapy, Positional Release, Kinesiology, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release, Sports Massage, Thai Massage, Chi Reflexology, Zone Therapy, Shiatsu and Acupressure. Whether the client is in need of relaxation or pain relief, his massages are tailored to the individual’s needs. Lee practices with a multi-modality approach in order to achieve the most effective results. He believes in the power of massage through what has been proved through research and first-hand experience. – (LMBT#10567)

Lee Buck

Marshall Leach
Marshall Leach
Marshall developed an interest in massage from his nurse and massage therapist mother who encouraged the attitude of giving. He attended the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage in Charlotte, North Carolina, where his mother served as the dean, and graduated in 2005. His massages are a hybrid of breathwork, stretching and Neuromuscular Massage, which he defines as the systematic release of muscle tension involving static holds, compression and elements of Swedish Massage. He has additional focuses in Sports Massage, prenatal massage, and Thai Footwork. Marshall stresses the importance of therapeutic touch, especially in a world of technology that tends to promote isolation. – (LMBT#05890)

Marshall Leach

Tifphanie Camp
Tifphanie’s gravitation towards bodywork and healing stemmed from personal health concerns. After her first eye-opening CranioSacral session, she became aware of her greater consciousness and began the path towards healing. Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage also improved her health and allowed for her body to achieve the balance it had been missing. As a firsthand witness to the powers of therapeutic work, Tifphanie shifted her career from social worker to massage therapist. She received training at both the San Francisco School of Massage and the Lauterstein-Conway Massage School in Austin, Texas, graduating in 2005 and 2007, respectively.
Tifphanie’s concentrated study of Zen Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine gave her the framework for understanding the body’s natural energy systems. Her wide range of specialties, which include Zen Shiatsu, CranioSacral Therapy, Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Prenatal Massage and Traditional Chinese Medicine, gifts her with an encompassing approach to her massages. Tifphanie believes that by helping her clients achieve a higher sense of well-being, the intention of wellness will extend to the community and have large-scale effects. (LMBT#17442)

Tifphanie Camp

Jamie Williams
After graduating from Asheville’s Center for Massage & Natural Health in 2015, Jamie worked closely with a chiropractor where she developed extensive knowledge of structural variations, such as scoliosis. Her attention to detail in working with clients there has translated to her accumulated techniques she practices at Sachi. Jamie’s massages are integrative by nature and consist of light to firm touch that encourages the settling of the nervous system, which leads to beneficial sessions based on individual needs and requests. Specific modalities Jamie employs are Swedish, Hot Stone and Neuromuscular Therapy. (LMBT#15384)

Jamie Williams

Kylie Winkles
Kylie pairs an attentive, holistic massage style with a sharp wit and good ears for listening! Specializing in deep tissue massage, energy work, and sound therapy, she is one of WNC’s most well-rounded therapists. Kylie graduated from Gainesville’s world- renowned Florida School of Massage. She has been lauded for her intricate knowledge of the muscular highway. Satisfied clients have called her massages “heavenly,” “precise,” and even “untouchable.”
“My goal is to create a soothing therapeutic space, accommodate the client’s unique needs and personality, and provide unforgettable relief.” -Kylie (LMBT#15131)

Kylie Winkles

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