Leah Davenport

Holistically Caring for Your Health

Leah was introduced to massage therapy and fell in love with holistic touch. Knowing she wanted to help people, Leah trained in and has been practicing Cayce/Reilly Massage Therapy ever since. Over the last 15 years, She has expanded her training to include a variety of modalities from Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, and Integrative Massage to Cranial Sacral, Reiki, Transpersonal Hypnotherapy and more. She offers a customized relaxing therapeutic massage utilizing whichever tools thoroughly addre...

Leah was introduced to massage therapy and fell in love with holistic touch. Knowing she wanted to help people, Leah trained in and has been practicing Cayce/Reilly Massage Therapy ever since. Over the last 15 years, She has expanded her training to include a variety of modalities from Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular, and Integrative Massage to Cranial Sacral, Reiki, Transpersonal Hypnotherapy and more. She offers a customized relaxing therapeutic massage utilizing whichever tools thoroughly address her clients needs in the most peaceful, relaxing, and therapeutic way. 

Leah is a graduate of the Cayce/Reilly School of Massotherapy, Equissage®, and American Holistic University.  She holds the National Board Certification and Virginia Board of Nursing certification and is a professional member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals and National Association for Transpersonal Hypnotherapy maintaining up to date licensing and training in her fields.

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Where I Work
Available Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Licenses
Massage

VA # 0019009868

NCBTMB Board Certified

# 409596-00

SPECIALTIES: Bodywork and Massage techniques I perform

Bodywork & Massage

  • Mobile Other
  • Mobile Craniosacral Therapy
  • Mobile Reiki

Hypnotherapy

  • Mobile Other

Reflexology

  • Mobile Other

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