Noelle is a certified massage therapist & a neuromuscular therapist whom graduated from National Holistic Institute’s 900 hour program in 2014 and completed the 450 hour Advanced Neuromuscular Program in early 2015. She is trained in Eastern and Western styles of massage: deep tissue, myofacial therapy, sports massage, prenatal, lymphatic, and trigger point therapy.As a ballet dancer, she enjoys working with other dancers and athletes. She is fascinated by the intricacies of the human body and became passionate about pursuing massage after having her first therapeutic massage. It did wonders for the migraines she had been struggling with at the time. As a result, she still has a big soft spot for working with those dealing with chronic headaches or migraines. She began serving clients at Serendipity in 2014 and continues to deliver the highest quality massages still today.
Megan is a certified massage therapist & a neuromuscular therapist whom is a graduate of The National Holistic Institute’s 800 hour massage program, and of their 450 hour Advanced Neuromuscular Program. She specializes in therapeutic massage with a focus on relieving pain, restoring mobility and aiding the body’s natural ability to heal after injury. With a blended Western & Eastern approach, Megan offers a unique and intuitive style of massage to address specific client needs. Her areas of expertise include: myofascial release, deep tissue, trigger point therapy, Swedish, sports massage and shiatsu. She firmly believes in the importance of educating each client about their body and incorporates self care techniques to better assist them on their path toward wellness.From a very active youth and extensive global travels arose multiple injuries; and thus, a desire to better understand the process of rehabilitation. This led Megan to study massage and has peaked her interest in continual education toward holistic health.
Outside her busy schedule, Megan dabbles in a variety of interests such as crafting herbal remedies, learning the local flora & fauna, strumming her ukulele and spinning fire arts.