Jody Marshall, Licensed Massage Therapist
Jody Marshall is a Maryland Licensed Massage Therapist with over 3 years of experience. She graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage in 2012. Jody is certified in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, Prenatal and Hot Stone Massage. She likes to incorporate other modalities such as Trigger Point, Craniosacral and Sports Massage to assist her clients with injuries, stress and chronic pain. Her clients can expect her to focus on their individual needs for each service she provides.
Jody volunteers her free time with several nonprofit organizations working on issues ranging from helping women in the Philippines, to reuniting military service members with animals they’ve bonded with while on deployments. Jody was recently appointed by the Governor to the Maryland State Advisory Council on Arthritis and Related Conditions. Jody’s other passion is her rescue dog, Daisy, her Jack Russell, who has been known to jump higher than a few feet and dig through walls to get where she wants to go! She definitely keeps her on her toes!
***Hot Stone, Prenatal, Trigger Point
Wendy Seiler, LMT, CPBP
Wendy has over 30 years in the holistic/self-care arena — integrated as a licensed esthetician, 16 years as a Licensed Massage Therapist, and 10 years as as a Certified Professional Bowenwork Practitioner.
Wendy’s skills and knowledge in the field of skin care will help assist you in finding the best protocol for your skin care needs. Bodyworx uses Dermalogica products for their skin care line, and can customize the products according to any skin problems/concerns you may be experiencing. If you would like to try a day of pampering, or inquire about losing those fine lines around the eyes or lips, we have the products and Wendy has the knowledge to help you achieve your goals. We offer a new client facial for $65, which will give you a basic facial and Wendy can give you an overall assessment of how you can achieve better looking skin.
Wendy’s knowledge and experience allows her to personalize your treatments specifically for your individual needs. She takes times to ask questions and listen to your answers, so that she can achieve the goal of giving you the best care concerning your health — whether it be self-care, stress relief, or pain reduction. Wendy believes her life is about being of service and bringing harmony and peace to other’s lives. She can achieve this through her esthetician services, massage therapy, or her Bowenwork.
What is Bowenwork? Ready for a new adventure in bodyworx? It can assist anyone from babies to the elderly. Bowenwork is a very gentle and non-invasive form of natural healing. Sometimes you have body aches, back pain, or an issue that is limited your normal movement. Bowenwork is based on methods developed by an informally trained Australian osteopath named Thomas Ambrose. It is a complementary therapy that seeks to facilitate the body’s natural capacity to for self-regulation and healing. It is a dynamic series of moves over muscles, tendons, and nerves that resets the autonomic nervous system. It reduce muscle tension, stress, pain, and stimulates lymphatic while promoting deep relaxation.
Wendy can support your recovery with: stress reactions, sprains, strains, fatigue, back pain, digestion issues, overuse issues, sport injuries, knee pain, headaches, and fibromyalgia, just to name a few. She has even assisted four women in their fertility problems.
Ivana Pannell, RMP
Ivana is a graduate from the Baltimore School of Massage where she learned Anatomy and Kinesiology along with multiple modalities such as deep tissue, Swedish massage, Shiatsu, and more. She has the patience it takes to understand how the body moves works. She is a very detailed Massage Therapist, and this is very evident when you receive a massage from her. She details her client’s session based on their specific needs and goals. Her enthusiasm and passion for massage are only part of what make her a great therapist. The energy that she projects into each massage, especially deep tissue which is her specialty, show that she is clearly gifted and talented at the art of massage. Knowing that she can offer relief and relaxation to her clients puts a smile on her face. She is very enthused about education and learning everything she can learn about the human body, and continues her education to become a more versatile therapist. If you have chronic problems with tight back/neck issues, headaches, or sports injuries, she is a very good listener and will give you the relief you need when you come to see her.
Vonda Weems, Licensed Esthetician
Vonda Weems is a holistic and innovative esthetician with over ten year experience bringing life to one’s face, one facial at a time. She believes in inspiring and educating her clients to integrate wellness and beauty into one’s life by helping them achieve their desired goals. Vonda’s graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage and earned her credentials from the Aveda Institute where she completed extensive training studying the holistic approach to skincare. Her goal is to treat the entire body through the power of your natural elements (Infinity, Air, Fire, Water, Earth), bringing forth balance from within. She is not afraid to push the boundaries of beauty with extraordinary products, exceptional services, and techniques. She is happy to get you on the path to wellness and welcome you to fall IN LOVE with your skin again.
Kat Myers, Registered Massage Practitioner
Kat Myers is a Registered Massage Therapist and Licensed Esthetician with the State of Maryland for over six years. She is a 2012 graduate of the Steiner Institute of Esthetics and 2013 graduate of the Baltimore School of Massage.
Kat has focused her esthetics practice on helping those who suffer from any type of skin problems. Her passion for helping people achieve beautiful skin is evident when she gives a facial, as her goal is to not only make the skin the best it can be, but to give the most relaxing and rejuvenating experience also – where she can incorporate her massage skills into the facial too! Not only does she provide those who suffer from severe skin conditions such as acne or rosacea with the best knowledge and products available, but will recommend the best treatments for her clients so they can develop a home regimen to achieve healthier, smoother skin. And as a single mother, she can appreciate time and budget costs, and can work with her clients to find the right balance to get the best results within their means.
Kat is certified in Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Hot Stone Massage. She prides herself on combining her skills and experience to get to the root of her client’s problem areas. Whether it is working on the opposing muscle groups, or finding trigger points, her clients can expect to have results before they leave. Kat has worked with many clients with complex needs such as Fibromyalgia, and can tailor her work to improve the quality of their life.
When not working, Kat spends time with the love of her life, her toddler Darrow, and her rescue boxer, Sierra. They understandably occupy most of her free time, but she tries to carve out time for herself to study makeup artistry and practice her photography.
Matthew Judge, Licensed Massage Therapist
Matthew Judge is a graduate of Holistic Massage Training Institute in Baltimore, MD. Matthew is certified in Swedish and Deep Tissue massage with additional training in Hot Stone massage and a variety of bodywork modalities. Matthew takes a holistic approach to massage and works with the intent of providing what the client needs; be it pain relief, recovery from injury, relaxation/stress relief, or all the above.
Matthew is a former Marine with 9 years of active duty service and a Graduate Student in Social Work at the University of Maryland Baltimore, School of Social Work. Matthew’s interest in massage began while on active duty in the Marines because of the benefits it provided him from constant stress and strain that comes with military service. In his free time, he enjoys training in Qigong, Japanese Jujutsu, reading, going to the movies, and the outdoors.
***Swedish, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone
Lora Cavallin, Registered Massage Practitioner
Lora graduated from Anne Arundel Community College as a Registered Massage Practitioner in 2013, and specializes in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Prenatal, and Himalayan Salt Stone Massage. Lora will say that being introduced into the world of massage therapy definitely changed her life for the better.
She began to see that the chronic pain that her family suffered with stopped being so mysterious, and could be remedied with massage therapy and not taking medications. She learned that massage is not a luxury as many people think, but a crucial part in overall wellness. Understanding that no two human bodies are alike, she tries to listen to each client and work with their specific needs to help them reach their goals — whether it be pain relief, migraines, tight backs/necks, or just a day of relaxation.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and baby. When she can, she also loves working on all types of arts and crafts and DIY projects.
*Swedish *Deep Tissue *Prenatal *Himalayan Salt Stone
Amy Frondoso, Reflexologist/Reiki Practitioner
Amy Frondoso received her Maryland reflexology certification from Baltimore School of Reflexology. Her Reiki training is with the world renowned, Pamela Miles.
Amy began practicing Reiki in 2007 and her enthusiasm for Reiki practice was immeasurable. Having the ability to help herself feel better on every level — body, mind, and spirit — literally in the palms of her hands was so inspiring. It helped her feel she could meet whatever challenges life brought her way. Amy’s aspiration is to facilitate people to realize they can feel better and be happier. When we feel better, we function better, and we make better choices.
Reflexology was introduced to Amy when she was volunteering at the hospital, by a doctor that was receiving a Reiki treatment from her. With her interest of anatomy and physiology, it was the perfect modality that did not involve being invasive or the “sight of blood”. She researched the benefits of reflexology and immediately knew it was the right path for her. The self-practice of reflexology validated how effective it could be on her overall health.
Amy volunteers at Annapolis Senior Center and Pasadena Senior Center providing Reiki to staff and members. Her volunteer work with Reiki on doctors and nurses at Howard County General Hospital, provides awareness of the benefits that Reiki can offer. During the 15 minute sessions, 99% of them “begin to snore”. That always puts a smile on her face. The most endowing of her volunteering is with The JCC in Manhattan for the Breast Cancer Spa Day. To have the honor in sharing her Reiki experience with such resilient human beings is a true blessing and the primary purpose of her passion.
Benefits of Reiki
The following are commonly reported benefits of Reiki. Although at this time, the evidence for most of these benefits is anecdotal, there are research data showing Reiki treatment can be effective for relaxation, pain management, reduced anxiety, reduced depression, and enhanced well-being:
- Pain management
- Reduced anxiety
- Reduced depression
- Improved sleep
- Improved digestion
- Enhanced well-being
- Stronger self-esteem
- Support for substance abuse recovery
- Accelerated surgical recovery
- Reduced side effects from radiation, chemotherapy and Rx meds
- Greater self-awareness
- Greater ease and satisfaction in relationship
- Heightened intuition
When you receive Reiki healing, you’ll lie fully clothed on a treatment table while the Reiki practitioner places hands lightly on or just above your head and torso.
Benefits of Reflexology
- Reflexology promotes the balance of the body’s systems and the normalization of the body’s rhythms naturally
- It reduces stress which brings about relaxation
- Reflexology improves blood circulation which in turn improves the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to cells and the removal of waste
Reflexology is a non-invasive, complementary modality involving thumb and finger techniques to apply alternating pressure to reflexes shown on reflex maps of the body, located on the feet, hands and outer ears.