Betsy practices techniques for bringing relaxation to clients to aid in pain management, increasing circulation, immune system function, energy and anxiety levels, sleep patterns, flexibility, relief from symptoms of carpal tunnel, sciatica, headaches, arthritis, TMJ and many other issues that impact your daily activities. Her goal is to help you live a healthier, happier and more productive life.
Betsy has successfully worked with a range of clients to managing their specific treatment needs, including professional athletes with sports-related injuries, pregnant women, & professionals with pain often caused by sedentary office work.
Certifications & specialized training courses include work in: advanced neuromuscular therapy (NMT) techniques, deep tissue, sports massage, trigger point, reflexology, first trimester prenatal, geriatric, Swedish massage and theraputic topical spa treatments to meet the individual needs of clients.
Betsy is licensed by the North Carolina Board of Massage & Bodywork Therapy (license #7141) and insured through Associated Bodywork & Massage Professional. She is passionate about continuously gaining certifications to better serve her clients & Betsy also has experience in teaching other massage therapist.
Betsy has been a massage therapist in the Charlotte area for eight years. She’s worked full-time for two large massage offices and has previously owned her own mobile massage business.
She has worked with a range of clients, including professional athletes with sports-related injuries, pregnant women, and professionals with pains often caused by sedentary office work.
Originally from Chapel Hill, N.C., Betsy relocated to Charlotte in 1998 to be closer to her family. She’s a graduate of the University of North Carolina Charlotte and holds a bachelor’s degree in fine art. She still enjoys painting and various forms of art.
But, she discovered her passion for massage and helping others after she experienced a fall in 2005 that caused her to have a herniated disk and a back injury. Massage therapy was the most effective way to manage the pain from her back injury.
Consistent therapeutic massage, combined with a lifestyle focused on health and wellness, was the key for Betsy alleviating her pain from the injury.
After experiencing the immediate benefits of massage, Betsy decided to become a licensed massage therapist. She graduated from the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy (now called the Southeastern Institute) in February 2007.
Betsy cares deeply about delivering individualized care to each client through a personalized plan to respond to a range of needs. Her tailored treatments help clients who experience lower and upper back problems, tension, and muscle pains. hide