This was a corporate event. It was a staff conference. I decided to surprise my staff with a massage station so they could enjoy massages throughout the day. Sophie was the consummate professional! She was an excellent communicator, responsive, flexible, punctual, pleasant and professional. Sophia arrived early to get set-up and provided two different massage options (seated or laying down). She supplied everything to make any area Zen. She provided music, aromatherapy, lotions, and cleaning supplies. I couldn't ask for a better experience. Sophie was a class act from A-Z. If you want to surprise your employees, make them feel appreciated, and boost morale, I would highly recommend Sophie. Quite frankly, she was the start of the conference - my team remember that experience more that the actual conference. I would do this again with Sophia in a heartbeat! The return on investment for what you pay for this experience is a no brainer!Sep 10, 2016Verified
I am a licensed massage therapist and very critical of massages I receive. Sophia surpassed my expectations and I've learned a few new tricks from her. She is very intuitive and knows exactly where and when to go deeper and when to pull back. She worked with me and created a treatment plan to help me work out my "kinks" and I now see her for maintenance. I can't say enough about her...try for yourself! Huge fan!!!Aug 2, 2016
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Years in business5
Times hired on Thumbtack2
Number of employees1
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?New clients have a slightly longer first session. After discussing the history and goals for massage, the session is performed and any areas with issues will be noted. A treatment plan is recommended to address issues and monitor progress.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have trained at Cortiva Institute in Hoboken, NJ. I have 1080 hours of education in massage and have studied several modalities including Swedish, deep tissue, sports, trigger point, Thai, neuromuscular therapy, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (pnf), medical and hot stone massage.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I've always been involved with work that helped people in one way or another. Massage was a perfect choice for me as a profession because I'm very sensitive and intuitive. This kind of work allows me to productively use those talents while helping others as well.