Dawn integrates many modalities into her massage, including deep tissue, reflexology, structural, and shiatsu. She has some training in Ortho–bionomy and continues to lean aspects of lymphatic drainage. Dawn believes in working with the nervous system, like the root of a tree, without it, there’s no life or strength.
She addresses sports injuries and scar tissue buildup from surgery. She aims to listen to the body in need to free itself from pain and tension that comes from poor body mechanics around office work, driving, and sleeping habits. These are some of the common themes of her returning clients.
Dawn came to massage as a kid after her mother had neck and low back pain from a herniated disc. Through her own knee injury playing soccer in Argentina and later the aftermath of a car accident, she learned the path to healing. Dawn went to school at Utah College of Massage Therapy in 2006-2007. Florida School of Massage has been a second home to her for continuing education.
She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah in Human Development. She has worked with all ages and walks of life, side by side with physical therapists, chiropractors, and acupuncturists.
In her spare time, she is a beekeeper who believed in paying respect to the honeybee. When available, she sell honey, lip balm, and other bee products.