Salisbury Therapeutic Massage
Mary Zimmerman is a graduate of Salisbury High School and received an associate degree in business computer programming from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.
She worked for Electronic Data Systems for 14 years before graduating from Blue Ridge Healing Arts Academy in 1997.
Mary opened Salisbury Therapeutic Massage in September 2000. Prior to opening her own business, she worked two and half years as massage therapist at Blue Ridge Healing Arts Academy.
Cindy Corby worked for Salisbury Therapeutic Massage for 8 years. Before that I she was a nurse at Northeast Medical Center in the Cardiac Cath Lab.
"- In massage, I specialize in Swedish/deep tissue with warm stones. I combine my knowledge utilizing years of classes in My official Release,Positional Therapy for trigger points, and Bodytalk in my practice.(www.bodytalksystem.com) Coming up with a treatment plan that's unique for the individual’s personal needs. I also love giving Facial Massages using warm towels and wholesome facial cleansers. I went to the Belavi Institute in Virginia where I learned this technique to rejuvenate sagging, aging skin. With the facial, I give a lot of neck and shoulder massage; which everybody can use. This is one of the most relaxing treatments available and great
for gift certificates. I transitioned from nurse to massage therapist because I believe
massage promotes such a healthy lifestyle and leads to improved circulation, detoxification, and relaxation of the mind, body and spirit."
Mary Gillespie graduated from Blue Ridge Healing Arts Academy in 2000. She is nationally certified and licensed by the state of NC. She does deep tissue, Swedish, pre-natal and infant massage. As well as sinus massage, facials, reflexology and Thai massage. She was also trained in and practices Quantum Touch which is a type of hands on energy work. Mary has worked as a massage therapist for over 13 years.
Travis Alligood, Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist of Salisbury.
Travis is a 2008 graduate of Blue Ridge Healing Arts Academy with a diploma in massage and bodywork therapy.
While in school he studied Swedish massage, Sport Massage , and Deep Tissue Massage, Kinesiology, and upon graduating he has continued to learn different massage techniques to bring to the table to help bring a positive effect to his clients. Upon graduating he has continued studies in Kinesiology as well as Kinesio Taping. Travis has been an independent contractor with the JF Hurley Family YMCA since March 1, 2009 and Rufty-Holmes Senior Center since July 2009, providing massage and bodywork therapy. Travis also is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association, Associated Bodyworker & Massage Professionals as well as the Kinesio Taping Association International, Certified Myoskeletal Therapist through the Freedom From Pain Institute Oklahoma City, OK.
Travis continues to participate in public health fairs, major events such as Relay For life, and Corporate Chair Massage, bringing Onsite Chair Massage to your office. Travis is available for different events and you may set up your event by calling him at (704)-213-6059 or Salisbury Therapeutic Massage at (704) 633-7623.
20 Years of assisting you in wellness of body, mind and spirit.
Benefits of Massage
Decreases Chronic Pin
Strengthens Immune System
Improves nerve Function
Helps you Sleep Better
Improves Skin Tone
Much, Much ,More!