102 Ashe St., Carrboro

“Find relief from the aches, pains, and stresses of life.”

Carrboro Massage Therapy is the cooperative practice of Ruth Newnam, Sarah Pryor, Naomi Heitz and Robin Hollister with collective experience of over 18 years. Each therapist brings her unique experience, education and gifts to the practice. Ruth often works with clients dealing with specific musculoskeletal issues, using deep tissue and myofascial massage, Swedish and relaxation techniques, and self-care recommendations to restore health in the body. Ruth is also certified by the Dr. Vodder School in lymphatic massage for treatment of cancer-related lymphedema and overall immune functioning.

Sarah uses deep tissue and myofascial massage techniques for the treatment of chronic and acute conditions, and Swedish and La Stone hot stone massage for those just looking to relax. She is also a Reiki Master/Teacher. Sarah also provides individual and group Soul Coaching sessions. Soul Coaching facilitates a client’s personal journey of self-discovery, supporting them as they receive guidance from their soul to experience greater fulfillment in life. Naomi’s work incorporates the relaxation techniques of Swedish massage, Reiki, and polarity therapy. This type of energy work yields a deep sense of healing, calm, and awareness of the mind and body. Without working deeply on the physical level, she finds her clients receive many of the same benefits of classical massage.

Robin’s practice mixes Deep Tissue/Muscle Specific massage and relaxation massage depending on the client’s needs. Learn more at www.carrboromassagetherapy.com. Under the same roof is the psychotherapy practice of Margaret Rhee, Licensed Clinical Social Worker. In practice for five years, Margaret has a Master’s degree in Social Work from UNC-Chapel Hill. Her practice is based on Redecision Therapy, a brief and effective therapy model designed to help you make the changes you want to make in your life. She specializes in treatment of depression and anxiety, post-partum depression, stress related to college and graduate school, relationships, transitions, and loss. Learn more at www.margaretrhee.com.