About our Massage Therapist
ARC CPR License #0VR7DO
ABMP Membership #1058303
While residing in Santa Rosa, California, I lived next door to a massage therapist's practice. One fateful day I decided to make a call and schedule an appointment for my first professional massage. My life was forever changed after that first appointment. The only way I can describe the way I feel after being completely relaxed and nurtured during a massage session is "heaven on earth."
In 2014, I graduated with a Therapeutic Massage Practitioner certificate from Harrison College Indianapolis. I discovered I love to give clients that "heaven on earth" feeling just as much as receiving it. It is a true pleasure and joy for me to see a client benefit from my service.
I am an Indiana State Certified Massage Therapist, CMT (IPLA). I also hold a current Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED certification with the American Red Cross because client safety is important to me.
I am a proud member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) and American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). Both of these organizations offer me many continuing education opportunities such a seminars and webinars, which I value as a life-long learner.
About our Studio
Acacia Bodyworks is located in the historical Polk Place office building on E Main St in Greenwood, Indiana.
Polk Place has been beautifully remodeled and offers warm and welcoming feeling to clients.
History of Polk Place
Historical marker at site reads:
J.T. Polk Canning Co.
James T. and Laura B. Polk started what became the largest cannery west of Baltimore by first canning tomatoes on their kitchen stove in 1872. "Polk's Best" brand of canned vegetables were sold world wide for many years. The huge factory stood just south of this site. One four story building housed a hall and library known as the Social Institute -- a center devoted to the cultural and educational betterment of the community. The factory burned in 1906. It was rebuilt in 1907 and sold in 1919. The last owner was Stokelys who did canning from 1930 to 1959. Erected by Greenwood Historical Society 1976