We recently were lucky enough to have Amy apply to work at the Inn’s Spa. She has quickly made herself at home and is receiving rave reviews from happy guests.
After ten years of desiring to become a massage therapist, Amy attended Ashmead College in Seattle, graduating with honors in May, 2003.
She began her career in bodywork at an international day spa in Seattle, where she worked for a number of years, providing therapeutic massage, hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, and elaborate spa applications.
From there, a return home to southern California, a five year stay in Idyllwild, , as the town’s premier therapist, and then a return to WA, this time to Olympia.
In Olympia, Amy worked as an insurance credentialed provider at a popular downtown clinic for many years until it shuttered it’s doors. Insurance changes closed many clinics around town, from those changes she has formed a loyal client base whose homes she visits for mobile on-site work.
Amy is an instructor of Kinesiology and Massage Theory & Practice at Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage, here in Olympia.
In addition to injury treatment and clinical work; Amy is proficient in pregnancy massage, Hawaiian hot stone, Lomi-Lomi, cupping, polarity, and soon to be trained in Thai massage!
In addition to healing bodywork, Amy is also a visual artist, and enjoys getting out for a hike, a bike ride, or camping, and enjoys time with her husband and their two boys.
Amy loves what she does and it shows in her work!