Carrie is a myomassologist dedicated to continual education and refinement of her massage therapy skills, and also dedicated to helping further the education of both massage students and those simply interested in massage.
Carrie is the owner of Revolve Massage Therapy, a mobile massage company for women and their families, which serves Metro Detroit and the Greater Flint area. She is a graduate of Irene's Myomassology Institute in Southfield, Michigan. She is a Certified-level practitioner through the ABMP and is also Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage from the NCBTMB.
In addition to her practice, Carrie is a Faculty Apprentice and Clinical Events Supervisor at Irene's Myomassology Institute and part of the massage team at Farkas Spinal Aid in Ferndale. From 2005 to 2010 she was the Wellness Program Administrator for Wayne State University, which brings wellness seminars, events, and services to the faculty and staff populations.
While studying massage and myomassology, she realized a true passion for women and families going through life's stages, such as pregnancy and childbirth, parenthood, menopause, and beyond. She has worked with people aged birth to 90, males and females, healthy and with health considerations. She feels that women are challenged by the need for balance in life, home, work, and hobby, so a massage company should offer women an hour or two of welcome respite, hence "Revolve" massage--We revolve around you.
Carrie specializes in Swedish relaxation massage, reflexology, prenatal, infant and elder massage, but continues to learn about different massage modalities and techniques. She realizes that every massage therapist is a work in progress, and she's excited to share her work with you!