Marguerite Carney - Massage Therapist

Marguerite qualified with a Diploma in Therapeutic massage and Hydrotherapy at the Educating Hands School of Massage in Miami, Florida back in 1992 and has continued to offer massage and healing bodywork in a vast array of modalities ever since. For over 20 years, she has studied the healing arts, from both the giving and receiving sides, gathering wisdom and compassion from masterful healers around the globe.

 She holds space for her clients to heal from the inside out and to communicate with their bodies from that supportive space of the inner coach/ the inner wise one.  She is delighted to join the Healing Rooms team in offering the highest quality of care and support to our new and returning community of clients.
 
Marguerite’s experience has included the following practices and much more over these 20 plus years:
  • Straight up Therapeutic Massage Trigger point therapy and Swedish massage for stress relief/release, relaxation, replenishment and recovery.
  • Pregnancy massage - preparation for birth massage, and post partum massage- including teaching infant massage that are all still her passions and practice
  • Mayan Uterine Massage for self, La Stone Therapy, Herbal use and hydrotherapy including vaginal steams
  • Sports massage at a ski resort in New England
Marguerite has extensive experience with deep emotional release and trigger point therapy and she has been using the Young Living Essential Oils in her sessions for twenty years and offers aromatherapy in her sessions.
 

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