Robyn G. Engelage, LMT/RF
About this pro
My fees are very reasonable, my location is ideal. My massages are always professional. You will always get the time you requested - the clock does not start until I walk in the room and get to work. I always book at least 30 minutes in between massages to ensure you get the work that you need. If I feel that you need an extra 10 - 15 min - I will do it usually at no extra charge, if it fits in your schedule. I cater to your NEEDS, not your pocketbook. Everything! This was the best decision I ever made. Helping people reach their healing needs is my#1 goal.
Years in business13
Times hired on Thumbtack16
Q & A
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes. It is required by law. I have studied Qigong and some Medical Massage for continuing education.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?Actually, my sister made me do it!! I had never had a professional massage before. I had NO intention of "touching" people all day long. She insisted that if I would go to a class I would see that massage was not about touching PEOPLE or SKIN, it was all muscle related. She bugged me until I went to sit in on a class. I did, it was very interesting and I signed up that day. Now I realize how important it is to take care of yourself and how wonderful it feels when you find a good therapist that knows what they're doing.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Be careful. There are a lot of GREAT, PROFESSIONAL, LICENSED therapist out there, but there are also a lot of people posing to be therapist that are not licensed and really have no intention of providing professional services. When you call the therapist, you can ask for references, you can ask for their License # and call the State of NM Massage Therapy Board in Santa Fe to verify the licensee. Our licenses do expire, they can let you know.