Holly Schroeder, LMT
Holly’s work is specific to clients needs and wants and seeks to address both while working within the parameters given by the client. For example, if a client mentions pain in the lower back and asks for this to be the focus area, she may suggest supplemental work in the glutes knowing that this may also help the painful area.
She focuses on deep and clinical work and aims to create relationships with her clients while providing a therapeutic environment and individual treatments plans that integrate multiple techniques to best suit a clients issues. Her work incorporates deep tissue, Swedish, and myofascial release.
Tuesday 9am - 3pm
Wednesday 2pm- 9pm
Holly's work feels like :
Holly's work is deep, slow and consistent in that the strokes will attend to an area that needs work until it feels changed. Expect to be almost lulled to sleep except there is enough pressure to keep you present with the sore areas in your neck and upper shoulders (Holly's strengths).
Holly Schroeder, a graduate of the Cortiva Institute Boston, seeks to help clients reconnect with their own bodies by improving body awareness and feeling. She provides her clients with bodywork to restore form and repair imbalances brought on by daily life and activity. A former college rugby player, Holly is familiar with the muscle strains brought on by athletic performance and is proficient in helping active people stay fit in their pursuits.
Another piece of Holly’s practice is seeking to help those suffering from depression, anxiety, and chronic issues that interfere with life. These issues can often remove us from our bodies and the world before us and keep us trapped in our own heads. As a person that has dealt with depression in the past, Holly knows the positive effects that touch can have in relieving anxiety and helping a person feel more present and aware. Her goal is to make you reconnect with your body and the larger world, making you feel alive and present.
Holly’s work is especially suited for anyone looking to make changes, big or small, in how they feel and function.
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” Albert Einstein