Relaxation Creation uses the art of modality integration or treatment planning.
Swedish massage is the systematic manipulation of soft tissue to affect every system of the body in a positive way.
Sports massage is deep tissue massage with clear focus and intent on treating regions of the body most commonly stressed with particular athletic activity as well as enhancing future potential.
Deep Tissue massage is similar to Swedish massage but the focus is on the deeper layer of muscle and connective tissue. Movement is slower and the pressure is deeper and concentrated on areas of tension and/or pain.
Infant & Pediatric
A Certified Infant Massage Teacher (CIMT) is not only an instructor, but also a parent educator who teaches the healing art of infant massage to parents or caregivers in the presence of their babies.
Daniele graduated from the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy in June 2015 where she worked on clients aged 12-85. Today she enjoys working with athletes, women and men from all walks of life, as well as her own family and friends who have opened their eyes to the healing world of massage.
Her passion of working with children has evolved from being a special educator to now working with families and teaching them the power of nurturing touch for their infants and young ones.
Daniele is a Holistic Health Coach and is keenly interested in her own health as well as the health and wellbeing of others. She aspires to touch lives through Relaxation Creation with therapeutic massage and health coaching.
After her son suffered a traumatic brain injury her life turned to seeking peace in her environment. She knows of the many physical, mental, and spiritual rewards of massage, but one of the best is the space which creates PEACE!
Certified Medical Massage Practitioner
Certified Infant Massage Teacher
Certified Pediatric Massage Training
Stretching Exercise Education Massage, S.E.E.M. Technique
Certificates of Completion:
Introduction to Craniosacral Therapy:
Part 1 - Neck and Back
Part 2 -the Cranium
Institute for Integrative Nutrition 2009