Anna Bordonada, LMT
Anna offers a variety of massage treatments, including deep
tissue, Swedish and neuromuscular. She brings a kind heart and excellent skills to the table with her versatile deep massage style. She has a history in dance, and is a wonderful communicator.
Dr. Song-Hwi Chi, L. Ac., OMD
Born and family trained in South Korea, Dr. Chi carries U.S.
licensure from Baylor University in California and over twenty
years of practice. He is the most highly trained and experienced acupuncturist available in our area, and he also offers a full range
of traditional Chinese medicine.
Matthew E. Smith, LMT
As the owner of Bodylogic, Matthew selects and manages staff members while continuing to practice massage therapy for over
ten years. He offers superb deep tissue and myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, with a focus on Dalton’s myoskelatal
alignment technique, and energy modalities.
Velvet M. Tranchina, LMT
Velvet graduated from the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in 2003. She has a diverse approach, gained from working in both chiropractic and spa settings. Velvet can also incorporate hot stone therapy or use side-lying positioning during pregnancy or any time comfort is an issue.
Clay Paschal, LMT
Clay has been licensed in Pennsylvania and West Virginia since 2007. Like most of our therapists, his excellent massage skills are diverse. They include myoskeletal alignment, deep tissue, neuromuscular, and Swedish. Clay is also great at assessing client's needs and he
is known for his patience.
Sandra Ellenwood, LMT
Sandra has been practicing massage since she was licensed in 2001. She incorporates a wide variety of techniques into her massage therapy sessions, including relaxation, Swedish, and hot stone. Sandra's clients enjoy her wonderfully light, balanced touch
and leave feeling renewed.
Carissa Rose, LMT
Carissa trained at Hocking College, where she learned to create customized massages for her clients. She brings holistic balance
into her massage sessions with the use of essential oils, energy-based modalities, and appropriate pressure to
address the root of the issue.