LMBT NC 10025
A 2010 graduate of Southeastern Institute in Charlotte, Sara specializes in Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Thai Yoga Massage, Swedish and Prenatal. Per the high levels of stress she endured in a Corporate environment, Sara developed a passion for focusing on awareness of self-care by correcting and preventing Repetitive Motion Injury (RMI) that can occur daily at the computer or in the gym and restrict range of motion.
As an avid athlete, she has worked with a wide range of athletics including: Boxing, Football, Baseball, Golf, Tri-Athletes & Dancers with a focus on athletic performance, maintenance and conditioning, injury prevention, injury recovery and post-surgical recovery increasing strength, agility and range of motion. Sara was listed as one of the Top 10 Massage Therapists in Charlotte, NC by the website Americatop10.com.
LMBT NC 10282
Sam is a 2010 graduate of Living Arts Institute of Winston-Salem, NC. While attending, he honed his massage skills in Deep Tissue, NMT, Sports, and specific stretching techniques. After relocating to Charlotte in 2012, Sam had the privilege of working with dancers, choreographers, actors and several members from the theater community. Lion King, Wicked and Cirque Du Soleil to name a few.
Sam was also able to utilize his training in Sports massage to work with athletes from the Carolina Panthers. Sam gets great pleasure working alongside his clients helping them reach their maximum wellness and performance potential.
In his spare time, Sam loves to travel to other interesting cultures and to date has visited 28 different countries, learning about different cultures and their way of life. Sam also has a passion for music and trying foods from around the world.
NCLMBT # 13392
I became a licensed massage and body worker after graduating from Southeastern Institute in 2012, my focus is on the clients well being and needs associated with injury, pain management and movement. My continual education includes several different techniques from the superficial to the deep layers of muscle.
My special skills are working on the clients various needs all the while relaxing them and making them as comfortable as possible. Aches and pains from daily stresses profoundly affect your physical well being as well as your emotional state.
My style is unique, I am able to address tensions in the body by finding trigger points and working to get them released. My sole responsibility to my clients is to make each one feel the best they possibly can in the shortest amount of time and in the most economical way possible.
LMBT NC 6710, NCTMB
Perry has been working as a massage therapist for over 6 years. During that time, he has become educated in a wide and varied array of therapeutic techniques while creating a few as well. He look for solutions that make differences in peoples lives and their bodies. To quote Perry,
“I am a body makeover massage therapist. My goal is to first listen and understand what my clients want and need. Then I strive to get results. I am constantly amazed that, through regular massage treatments, the body can be restored, making it move better…function better… with less pain… while making you feel younger.”
NC LMBT 09962
Kahilea was born in Buffalo, NY but raised mainly in Charlotte, NC, She is a 2009 alumni of Southeastern School of Neuromuscular Massage in Charlotte NC. She specializes in Integrative Massage Therapy combining various techniques and massage modalities, customized for each client.
She is also trained in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Hot Stone, Pre/Post Pregnancy as well as postpartum care, Reflexology (foot), and injury massage
therapies. Over the years, my touch has been described as nurturing, intuitive and restorative.
This is an extremely rewarding career for me. It gives me great pleasure to see the healing effects massage has given to each of my clients who have entrusted me with their wellness needs.
NC LMBT #15144
Breathe • Relax • Heal
These words embody the experience that Laurel Brack wants each client to have when walking into Day Break Massage & Wellness. Laurel’s passion for bodywork coupled with her unbridled pursuit for results has been at the forefront of her career as a massage therapist. With her extensive experience integrating myofascial release into each of her sessions, Laurel is able to effect real and noticeable change in her clients – relieving chronic pain, increasing range of motion, reducing inflammation, and overall improving lives in consequence.
From flowing and artistic to therapeutic and focused Laurel is able to individualize each session for her clients, both young and old, in order to meet their needs and exceed expectations. Laurel enjoys meeting clients at their own healing moment and takes pride in determining the best method of treatment in fixing their problems. Conditions such as headaches, shoulder pain, low back and hip pain, as well as pain associated with pregnancy seem to just “melt away” as she works.
Laurel is from St. Louis, MO and a graduate from the Healing Arts Center. She is a founding member and honorary inductee of the Order of the Twin Hearts, a massage honorary society.
With a heart for people and a passion for the healing arts Laurel is an experienced Reiki Master who takes pride treating not only the physical but also the spiritual in each of her sessions. Her goal with each day is to bring peace, if just for a moment, to each of her clients and instill hope and love back into the world.
NC LMBT #15625
Brittany is a Charlotte native and graduated at the top of her class from the Therapeutic Massage Training Institute(TMTI). Her passion for massage and bodywork started at a young age while her mother was training at TMTI. Upon graduating, Brittany has worked as the Administrative Assistant at the school, helping students and teachers in and out of the classroom.
Brittany specializes in both relaxing Swedish and clinical Deep Tissue massage. Her intent is to assist her clients to a healthier state by providing a nurturing, therapeutic massage. She enjoys working with each client, thoroughly investigating the cause of pain and breaking this pain cycle. Outside of her work, Brittany loves to be outdoors hiking, kayaking, and traveling.