Massage Therapist and Group Class Instructor Bobbi Schutz
Growing up an athlete she learned the importance of preventive self care at a young age. So, it was only natural for her to become formally educated in the preventive medicine field of massage therapy.
As a girl, Bobbi was heavily involved in gymnastics, and loved it. But, when she thinks back on those long training hours she thinks how wonderful it would have been to have regular massages. How much easier the workouts and recovery would have been had she been properly caring for my body through regular, consistent massage therapy. How much less stressful juggling school and practices would have felt and how her body and mind would have been in a better place.
Bobbi’s training to be a massage therapist concentrated on the medical side of massage, but she felt it was crucial not only to make the treatments as beneficial as possible, but to also make it as relaxing as possible. Because of that she combined her knowledge of medical massage with an atmosphere of serenity and relaxation, so that your massage experience is a moment to remember in your day.
She believes in massaging with a purpose, and tries to make every stroke count and every massage cater to each individuals needs. She believes that everybody needs massage and that everybody should take the time to care for their bodies and their health. Massage can be a critical piece to that quest.
She really enjoys working on athletes and those with chronic pain because she understands the demands these people are making on their body and how debilitating chronic pain can be — because she’s been there too.
- Graduated with honors and Valedictorian of her class from Pensacola School of Medical Careers and Massage Therapy.
- Medical Massage Therapist since 2013
- Nationally and State certified since 2009
- Proud member of AMTA
- Over 10,000 hours of bodywork and education