Erin Dietz CMT/Owner

 I graduated from Minnesota School of Business/Globe University with an Associate’s Degree in Massage Therapy in 2009. At MSB I had focused training in Deep Tissue and Swedish massage with additional training in the specialty techniques that I offer. I continued on with a mentorship with Mary Jo Battey LMT (Rochester, MN) to polish my skills. Since then, I have continued my education in Reiki, Aromatherapy, Geriatric massage, and Sports Massage.  There  is always more to learn and hundreds of modalities to choose from. Working with athletes, of all levels, is a great passion of mine.

I also have a degree in Psychology which is really what brought me to the field of massage. After I had my first massage, I knew that this is what I wanted to bring to people. Massage is such a great passion of mine. I love that I can help people physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually all by the simple act of massage. Everybody comes to me for a different reason; everybody can use healing of some sort. It is my intention that they leave my office in a better state than what they came in. Relaxed.

Massage has become a way of life for me and vital for my own health and happiness. Every time I give somebody else a massage, it is a healing experience for myself. It has become my "flow" and meditation.

 

Ashley Andrist CMT 

After graduating from Century High School in Rochester, Ashley Andrist studied Massage Therapy at the Minnesota School of Business and received her Diploma in 2009.
Ashley specializes in Swedish Massage, the most popular form of massage in the United States and Canada. Swedish Massage, also called "relaxation massage," uses five basic movements to increase circulation and remove toxins from muscles. Using firm but gentle pressure, aided by oil to reduce friction, this type of massage is a favorite of many clients.
Another speciality Ashley excels in is hot stone massage. In this type of massage, hot stones are used to heat up and manipulate the muscles to allow the therapist to give deeper pressure without hurting the muscles. The heated stones are extremely relaxing, and the warmth permeates throughout the entire body.
When not practicing massage, Ashley is an optometric technician at America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses in Rochester. She has also worked part-time at The Gingerbread House Bakery in Rochester for the past six years.

 

 

Stacy Barnes, LMT

I graduated with honors from the Aveda Institute in Minneapolis, MN in 1996. While at Aveda, I learned myofascial release, deep tissue, pregnancy, spa treatments and aromatherapy massage. After graduation, I started working at a day spa with other amazing therapists and started to recognize my gift as a healer.


Through experience and continuing education I have learned in order to be a physical healer one must listen not only with the ears, but also with the hands. Some of the special people I have worked on include those with scoliosis, brain injuries, fibromyalgia, and sports injuries. Also car accident victims, those with all levels of stress tension, kids and stroke patients.


I believe I am the therapist I am today because of the thousands of people who have trusted me over the past 20 years. One of my past clients best described what I do in a sentence. “Her patient, persistent, (and) informed approach about the body has begun to bring about change in my posture and pain level.”

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