• Lead Therapists:

  • Lead Therapist Amber

    Where did you go to school?

    National Holistic Institute

    Sacramento, California

    What year did you Graduate?

    2018

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    I’ve always had a passion for being able to make people feel better; whether that be through physical or mental relief.

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy?

    Problem-solving. Everybody we encounter is so different! So, I enjoy getting to figure out which techniques work best for their particular needs.

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    Clients who care about their pain management and are willing to take the steps necessary to achieve long term relief.

    What’s your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    Deep Tissue. It creates a sense of satisfaction to both the provider and recipient to feel so much tension be released by the end of a session.

     How does massage therapy affect you in your own life?

    It has provided a real sense of fulfillment being able to help people in such a great way, certainly unlike any other.

    Why should someone work with you in particular?

    My empathy; I feel my clients and their “needs” without them having to say much at all. I try to remain open and receptive to what they need above all else.    

  • Lead Therapist Tyler

    Where did you go to school?

    School of Shiatsu and Massage

    (now called Harbin School of Healing Arts)

    Harbin Hot Springs -- Middletown, California

    Private mentorship

    Instructor of Potomac Massage Therapy Institute

    Sacramento, California

    What year did you Graduate?

    2010

    2011 

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    To help others achieve the same sense of relief that I experienced when I first started getting massages. As someone with Rheumatoid Arthritis myself, I often experience general pain and discomfort throughout my whole body. Through massage, among many other acts of self-care, I can better manage my pain and live a normal healthy life. It is my joy to provide that same relief to others 

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy?

    Seeing the look of bliss and relief on people’s faces who have given up on “feeling better.”

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    People with severe issues. I specialize in working with people with skeletal problems (scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis, and disfigurement from disorders like Cerebral Palsy, etc..), as well as autoimmune diseases, and people undergoing chemo treatment for cancer. Helping those who are genuinely in need is the most satisfying work.

    What’s your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    Deep Tissue, and Integrative Swedish. I employ those two modalities in almost every session that I do, solely for the fact that they allow me to help my client achieve profound therapeutic results without too much pain and discomfort. Though I am well known for being the deepest therapist at Inner Harmony, I am do not like to put people through unnecessary discomfort. Deep Tissue and Integrative Swedish, with a focused mind, can work at a deeply profound level and achieve long term relief and recovery from pain.

    How does massage therapy affect you in your own life?

    It is a necessity. Like brushing my teeth and nourishing my body with healthy food, it is a preventative measure or act of self-care that keeps me going; massage allows me to live a healthy, more functional life. 

    Why should someone work with you in particular?

    Because I have built the trust of hundreds of clients through hard work, mindfulness, and dedication to helping them with their self-care journeys, the experience I have gained in the last 10+ years is reflected through each session I perform.

  • Master Massage Therapists:

    A "Master" Massage Therapist is someone who's skill and experience are equal to the number of clients that want to work with them and who continue to rebook with them. Inner Harmony Healing selects each Master Therapist very carefully. They are artists among their craft, and each have the reviews of excellence to back them up. For this reason they also do not take any discounted clients or coupons. (Memberships accepted, Email specials may vary)

  • Master Massage Therapist Alan Bouse

    Where did you go to school?

    National Holistic Institute

    Sacramento, California

    What year did you Graduate?

    2015

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    I set out to become a Certified Massage Therapist to help make a positive impact on peoples’ health and general quality of life.

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy?

    My favorite thing about massage therapy is untangling the complexity of the human body. Similar issues can manifest in many different ways for different people, and it helps for a greater understanding of common injuries.

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    The clientele I am most eager to work with are people who appreciate my knowledge and understanding of neuromuscular therapy. Persistent and elusive pain is something I hear about often from my clients, and I find neuromuscular work to be a great approach to getting to the genuine source of the pain and discomfort.

    What’s your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    Deep Tissue massage can provide dramatic relief from plenty of common injuries and areas of discomfort. Therefore, it is my favorite go-to modality for treating chronic issues and pain.

    Why should someone work with you in particular?

    “I cast healing spells, but in real life.” -Alan Bouse

  • Master Massage Therapist Brandon Greiner

    Where did you go to school?

    Lancaster School of Cosmetology and Therapeutic Bodywork

    Lancaster, Pennsylvania

    What year did you Graduate?

    2014

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    The idea of “healing someone” with nothing but my hands seemed fulfilling and appealing; especially for someone like me, a nerd.

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy?

    My favorite aspect of massage is having the ability to make others feel better with nothing but my bare hands.

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    People who regularly get migraines, as that is something that I am particularly gifted at dealing with. Also, folks who share my sense of nerdiness; i.e., eclectic music, audiobooks, podcasts, etc..

    What’s your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    Focus work. I love solving issues that regularly cause problems. Also, I enjoy combining my physical work with reiki or having clients who enjoy reiki work being done on its own.

    How does massage therapy affect you in your own life?

    It makes me very aware of my body mechanics and posture in all the activities in my life.

    Why should someone work with you in particular?

    Because I often hear clients saying that my work is some of the best they have ever received. Additionally, the training I had on the east coast differs from that on the west coast, and many patrons who are accustomed to regular massage will notice those nuanced differences.    

  • Master Massage Therapist Kiddle Mack

    Where did you go to school?

    National Holistic Institute

    Sacramento, California 

    What year did you Graduate?

    2013

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    It’s a career that spreads positive energy. 

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy?

    Healing, and making people feel better. 

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    People who care for other people; especially elders. I like to help people get their stress out. 

    What’s your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    Integrated Swedish Massage. It’s both relaxing, and I am able to get tension and knots out at the same time.

    How does massage therapy affect you in your own life?

    It helps me in stressful times, especially when my body aches.

    Why should someone work with you in particular?

    I am a compassionate person, who cares about my client’s needs above all else.

    Experience = Dependable.    

  • Certified Massage Therapists:

  • Brittany Bonacorso

    Where did you go to school?

    National Holistic Institute -- 900-hour program

    International Professional School of Bodywork -- 300-hour Structural Integration

    What year did you graduate? 

    NHI -- 2013

    IPSB -- 2015

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    I always wanted to help others. I experienced massage therapy while in physical therapy at 15 years old, and it inspired me to share the gift of manual therapy years later. 

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy? 

    I love to employ a clinical approach to see results when someone is in pain, as well as when someone wants to relax. I love seeing pure bliss on my clients' faces after their sessions. 

    Who is your favorite clientele to work on?

    I enjoy working with clients who are body-aware. Communication is key to a great session, and the more a client can tell me, the more fun I can have helping to meet their needs. Also, athletes are always appreciated, as we often have many common interests. 

    What is your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    I love myofascial work, especially structural integration. It is so rewarding to achieve quick, lasting results for chronic issues.

    Hoe does massage therapy affect you in your own life?

    Massage has helped me live a more holistic lifestyle. I take care of myself so that I am more able to take care of others. Heating healthy, exercising and living a balanced work and social life. 

    Why should someone work with you in particular?

    My unique abilities allow me to work with people in a profoundly relaxing way while still being able to address chronic clinical issues. By utilizing structural integration with my standard massage style, I can address multiple issues while maintaining a nurturing and relaxing presence.

  • Kimmie Soler

    Where did you go to school?

    National Holistic Institute

    Sacramento, California

    What year did you Graduate?

    2019 

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    To help with chronic pain, depression, and anxiety. I have passion, especially for caretakers, as I have worked as a caretaker to both humans and animals in the past. I t is my goal to provide a moment of peace and relaxation in someone’s otherwise stressful life.

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy?

    Seeing and hearing about the results, my work can provide.

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    People with chronic pain, especially caretakers; nurses, doctors, EMTs, firefighters, Vets, and Vet-techs.

    What’s your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    Myofascial Therapy, and Deep Tissue. I feel that clients feel results when I employ these modalities; thus, I can provide them with relief and confidence that they can recover from what ails them.

    How does massage therapy affect you in your own life?

    Massage therapy helps me stay grounded and focused. I view my practice almost as a form of meditation, which keeps me centered.

    Why should someone work with you in particular?

    Because I enjoy working with new people, especially those who have never had a massage before, connecting and meeting new people is a beautiful opportunity to help give them the chance to practice self-care.

  • Oliver Layco

    Where did you go to school?

    National Holistic Institute

    Sacramento, California

    What year did you Graduate?

    2019

    Why did you want to become a Massage Therapist?

    I became a Massage Therapist because of my desire to maintain my body’s health. As an avid runner, I quickly discovered how effective Massage Therapy was in helping to aid my recovery time and increase my performance. I later started to look into how I could bring that same sense of relief and aid to others, which then led me to Massage Therapy.

    What is your favorite thing about massage therapy?

    My favorite thing about Massage Therapy is when clients give me positive feedback; saying how much easier it is for them to move freely and without pain. And also, when clients inform me that they can decrease the number of medications they are taking to manage their pain due to the work I can provide for them.

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    People who are willing to go to a place of discomfort momentarily so that they may achieve long term relief.

    What’s your favorite modality of massage to provide, and why?

    Trigger Point Therapy. I utilize this often in many of my sessions as it is a precise method of addressing a client’s pain and problem areas. It is a well understood, and well-documented modality with predictable outcomes. 

    How does massage therapy affect you in your own life?

    Massage Therapy helps me to be more aware of my entire body and how connected everything is to one another.

    Who’s your favorite clientele to work on?

    Clients should work with me if they’re tired of endless doctor visits that seem to go nowhere. Instead, I can help them by working with information from their doctors and the medical team, and we can create a well-rounded, holistic treatment plan to address their long term healthcare needs.    

    Clients should work with me if they’re tired of endless doctor visits that seem to go nowhere. Instead, I can help them by working with information from their doctors and the medical team, and we can create a well-rounded, holistic treatment plan to address their long term healthcare needs.