Monika Vincent, Licensed Massage Therapist
Therapeutic Relaxation Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Prenatal Massage

Monika is originally from Germany. She earned a B.A. in communication studies from the University of Erfurt, Germany, in 2002 and graduated as a specialist in peace and development studies from the UNESCO Chair for Philosophy of Peace at the University of Castellon, Spain, in 2003. She moved to East Tennessee in 2006 to be with her husband.

She completed the Roane State Community College Massage Therapy Program and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2011.  Since then she has trained in acupressure, Thai yoga massage and myofascial techniques and has been attuned as a reiki master.

Monika offers a nurturing and nonjudgmental practice and a safe space for her clients to rest and relax. She uses her knowledge of the body as well as her intuition to guide her in addressing each client’s specific needs. Being a massage therapist allows her to apply peace studies on the physiological level, working toward homeostasis one body at a time.

Monika lives in Maryville with her husband, their two daughters, two dogs and five chickens and loves living so close to the Smoky Mountains.

Daniel Shultz, Licensed Massage Therapist
Deep Tissue Massage, Therapeutic Relaxation Massage, Sports Massage, Prenatal Massage

Daniel has been massage therapist and holistic health care practitioner for 17 years. During his time in California he gained valuable training and experience working in establishments ranging from small holistic studios to high end spas.  With his versatile skill set he can equally give the best deep tissue or best relaxation massage you have ever had.

He is attentive and knows how to listen. He is kind, thoughtful and creative, and he tailors each massage to the individual needs and requests of the client. He pairs the pressure with the rhythm of the clients breath whenever possible, and ranges his techniques from slow deep manipulations to long fluid strokes in order to help the body get to a deeply relaxed and supple state of being so that the body is primed and ready to do what it does best. Regenerate. You will leave your session feeling rejuvenated and energized, your mind at peace, and completely relaxed.

He is a loving dad and husband, and you may see him around town on his bike or skateboard, when he isn’t table juggling.

Chris Newman, Licensed Massage Therapist
Deep Tissue Massage, Therapeutic Relaxation Massage, Sports Massage

An East Tennessee native, Chris has been providing massage to the Knoxville area since graduating the Tennessee School of Therapeutic Massage in 2015. He is a caring and intuitive massage therapist who actively listens to the needs of his clients and takes special care to make each massage a truly healing experience. He was led to massage from a desire to live more purposefully. Each session is approached therapeutically, and he may incorporate deep tissue, Swedish, relaxation, assisted stretching or energy work techniques to help bring balance to the body.

Chris is currently an Anthropology student at Pellissippi State through the TN Reconnect program to transfer to UTK. He is an avid music lover, and he loves playing the guitar, banjo, bass, ukulele and drums.

Courtney Fix-Newman, Licensed Massage Therapist
Deep Tissue Massage, Therapeutic Relaxation Massage,
Sports Massage, Prenatal Massage

After growing up in Southern California, Courtney has now settled in beautiful East Tennessee. She was introduced to her love of massage therapy by another licensed massage therapist, her husband Chris. Courtney graduated Arbor College in 2017 and has been growing her knowledge of massage ever since.  Courtney believes in using massage to strengthen a person’s connection to their mind, body, and spirit. She uses a holistic approach to accommodate for each client, actively listening and weaving various modalities to facilitate healing.

Courtney is a passionate dancer and singer. She loves to be outside discovering all the activities and beauty the local mountains provide.

Elodie Sexton, Licensed Massage Therapist
Deep Tissue Massage, Integrative Massage, Prenatal Massage, Reiki session, Maori Romiromi Protocol

Elodie is a french native who first came to Knoxville as a french assistant at U.T. in 2001. Not only did she fall in love with East Tennessee, she also realized that her true path was devoted to helping others. After a very meaningful encounter with the Maori Healers from New Zealand and their life changing bodywork, she went back to school in 2007 to study massage therapy, and has been working as a practicing massage therapist since 2008. She also has been studying with the Maori Healers ever since and each time they return to Knoxville. In November 2018, Elodie traveled to Ahipara, New Zealand, to attend the “Te Rongopae” bodywork training, and had the opportunity to study and train at her amazing teacher’s Atarangi Muru’s clinic.

Deep tissue massage is a means to relax your muscles, improve your posture, get rid of chronic muscle pain and chronic stress, as well as release energy and emotional blocks. Listening to her intuition and her clients’ needs, she may use energy work, fluid strokes, Myofascial Release, assisted stretching, Table Top Thai Yoga Massage,  Sports, Deep tissue and Maori Romi Romi techniques. She also uses a Rākau (stick), her feet, knees, elbows and forearms as tools to release trigger points and tight muscles.

Elodie is also a Karuna – Holy Fire Reiki Master and offers Reiki sessions.

Nickie Bold, Licensed Massage Therapist
Deep Tissue Massage, Therapeutic Relaxation Massage,
Sports Massage, Prenatal Massage

Nickie Bold began her study of massage therapy in 2005 at the CORE institute in Knoxville, TN and has been working as a practicing massage therapist since 2007.  Nickie has studied Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Hot Stone, Reiki, and Sports Massage and uses a blend of these modalities to help her clients release stress, physical and emotional blockages, and find balance.

A collegiate athlete at the University of Tennessee from 2000-2004, Nickie now works for the University of Tennessee Men’s Athletic Department doing sports massage.  Nickie is also a lover of the outdoor world and has a passion for traditional herbalism of the Appalachian Mountains. Nickie attended the Appalachian School for Holistic Herbalism in 2009, graduating with a Traditional Herbalist degree.