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Meet The Massage Team

Jen B.

Massage Therapist

We have another fabulous massage therapist on board at NCWC.  Jen has 14 years’ experience as a Certified Massage Therapist.  She is licensed in the state of MA, board certified through the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB), and insured under Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP).

Her techniques include Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage & Myofascial Release, and is also certified in Pre & Perinatal Massage.
She is very intuitive and uses a combination of modalities of massage to tailor each session to her client's needs in order to allow the healing energy to flow throughout the body.  Over time, she has also put together a very effective sequence in order to release tension especially in the upper body.

Jen’s massage is best described as nurturing and therapeutic.  She has the ability to address deep muscular patterns yet her force feels moderate in pressure.
Schedule an appointment with Jen and be prepared to receive an amazing, healing massage.  She is so excited to be part of the Wellness Team at NCWC!

Lisa C.

Massage Therapist

Lisa has integrative hands-on training in Swedish Massage, Sports Massage, Myofascial Release, Shiatsu Massage, Chair Massage, and is Certified in Pre-Natal Massage and Perinatal Massage.  She has completed Tracy Walton's Oncology Massage Training program, is a Certified Reiki Master and serves as a Reiki Volunteer at a Boston hospital.

Lisa’s specialty is Myofascial work which is quite gentle yet has deep and powerful effects.  Its aim includes addressing the connective tissue.  Lisa is skillful in applying this powerful technique which also helps improve blood and lymphatic circulation.

She is skilled at client assessment, treatment, and education. Lisa takes an interest in special populations, including patients recovering from injury, illness, as well as patients suffering from chronic pain.

A former competitive ballroom dancer and tennis player, Lisa now enjoys strength & fitness training, reading, travel, practicing good nutrition, and spending time with her family.

Gina G.

Massage Therapist

Gina is a 2003 graduate of Cortiva Institute, Boston (formerly Muscular Therapy Institute).  She is Nationally Certified by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). 

Gina's background and training includes: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Chair and Sports Massage and she is Reiki 1 Certified.  Gina's work ranges from relaxing to very deep therapeutic massage with a gentle approach to the body. 

She chose the profession of massage therapy in a desire to help and educate those in need to live a healthier, less stressed lifestyle.  She believes that the benefits of massage therapy will help bring a better quality of life to individuals, and hopes to promote both physical and mental well-being to her clients.

Jalisa F.

Massage Therapist

Jalisa is a graduate of the Salter School of Massage and has experience working on a team including chiropractors. She has a thorough understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body and common pathologies. Jalisa has extensive experience working to help patients resolve injuries, increase range-of-motion and feel better overall using different modalities of massage.

She is adept in Deep Tissue and Swedish and also has experience performing Pregnancy Massage. Her background and training also includes Trigger point and Myofascial release.

Jalisa has a gift for listening and helping people of all ages meet their goals. Her patients report her massage is quite deep, but very enjoyable.

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