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Meet our Massage Therapists

Get to know a little about our team before you even book an appointment. We’re a talented crew of professionals who are passionate about the healing we bring to our incredible clients.
Caroline Harris, LMT
Caroline is a former student of psychology and a professional dancer. Throughout her comprehensive career, she has gained a holistic view of the benefits of body movement in relation to the discipline of the mind, and how this allows a person to stay focused, centered and whole.

Caroline studied at the Spa Tech Institute in Westborough, MA, where she learned the art and science of Massage and Polarity therapy. She completed 600 hours of training, developing expertise in areas such as Therapeutic massage, Relaxation massage and Polarity therapy. Furthermore, she strengthened her training by gaining expertise in Traditional Thai massage, CranioSacral therapy and Shirodhara therapy to further her clients experience. She also integrates cupping into her massage therapy sessions to treat congested areas of the body.

With every massage session, Caroline and her team incorporate spiritual energy and heart into their techniques to maximize the effects of therapeutic touch. After 15+ years of a growing client base and countless appointments, the journey continues to help more clients heal.
Lauren Corazzini
I grew up in Stow, MA where I continue to reside. For the past decade I have been in the Hospitality industry as well as continuing my education in various fields. In the process of finding my “path”, my Majors changed from Psychology, Liberal Arts and Sciences, to Community Public Health. After a long educational journey, I knew something was still missing. Through Yoga, Meditation, Strength Training, Crystals, etc., it brought to light a better understanding of myself and what I had to offer which eventually guided me into the world of Massage Therapy. I have never looked back since.

During my free time, I love to garden, cook, hike, ride horses, create stained glass artwork and much more.
I love my new career and am eager to help the world one Massage at a time.

“Growing up, helping others has always been a big part of my life. The fact that I get to do that every day for a living, I truly could not be happier. To be able to call myself a Healer in this world is an honor.”

I studied at Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in Worcester, MA. There, I completed 692 hours of training, including 100 hours of Clinical and Internship experience in various settings. My areas of expertise include Therapeutic Massage, Relaxation Massage, and Sports Massage (e.g. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Frozen Shoulder, IT Band issues, Plantar Fasciitis, etc.).

Frequently Asked Questions About Massage Therapy

What is Traditional Thai Massage?

Thai yoga massage is a healing art form that is over 2,500 years old. The art form is also commonly known as “yoga massage” or “Thai yoga massage,” as the practice is essentially a form of assisted yoga performed by the giver, with the receiver completely passive throughout. The practitioner uses yoga stretches, compressions and acupressure over the energy lines of the body to restore and balance energy. It brings greater symmetry and increased mobility to the musculoskeletal system. Thai massage takes place on a futon mat on the floor, and you wear loose fitting clothing.

What is CranioSacral Therapy?

CranioSacral therapy is a gentle method of detection and correction that encourages your own natural healing mechanism to dissipate the negative effects of stress on your central nervous system. You also benefit from better resistance to disease. CranioSacral therapy addresses migraines and headaches, chronic neck and back pain and stress and tension-related disorders. In addition, CranioSacral therapy can benefit those with Autism, motor-coordination impairments and infant and childhood disorders. We’ve also seen success with those who have brain and spinal cord Injuries or chronic fatigue. These sessions are conducted with the client fully clothed.

What is a Far Infrared Sauna?

An infrared sauna is a type of sauna that uses light to create heat. These saunas are sometimes called far-infrared saunas. “Far” describes where the infrared waves fall in the light spectrum. A traditional sauna uses heat to warm the air, which in turn warms your body. An infrared sauna warms your body directly without warming the air around. The appeal of saunas in general is that they cause reactions, such as vigorous sweating and increased heart rate, similar to those elicited by moderate exercise. An infrared sauna produces these results at lower temperatures than a regular sauna, which makes it accessible to people who can’t tolerate the heat of a conventional sauna. Far infrared sauna benefits the body by heating it directly, causing a rise in core temperature resulting in a deep, detoxifying sweat at the cellular level, where toxins reside.Several studies have looked at using infrared saunas in the treatment of chronic health problems, such as high blood pressure, congestive heart failure and rheumatoid arthritis, and found evidence of benefit. On the other hand, no adverse effects have been reported with infrared saunas.So if you’re considering trying a sauna for relaxation, an infrared sauna might be an option.

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