Offering relaxation massage, muscle pain relief, & help for your anxiety or stress. I specialize in helping clients who are in cancer treatment or who have a cancer history.
All massages are by appointment only.
You can relax, & I won’t be chatty.
First, you’ll enjoy your massage in a calm atmosphere & without feeling rushed.
My friends say that I’m funny & caring. But when I’m giving a massage, that’s your time. I won’t be talking when you’re trying to relax.
Get relief for your muscle pain.
If there’s a particular area where you feel tight, tense or stressed, we can focus your massage on that. Are you on your feet all day, or do you sit at a computer for work or school? Is there a “spot” where you always seem to feel pain?
Don’t put off feeling better! We can make a customized plan to relieve the tension in your neck, arms, shoulders, or back.
Convenient, quiet office location.
Located in Virginia Beach, VA. My office is on Newtown Road, with easy access from Northampton, Shore Drive, or Town Center. (And it’s away from the I-64 construction zone!)
Can cancer patients get a massage? Yes!
Research suggests that massage could help you with many of your physical or emotional side effects. Oncology massage can lessen your muscle & joint pain and may help with cancer-related fatigue. We’ll talk about your treatment and how it’s affected you. Then we’ll modify your massage to ensure your comfort.
I’m a preferred provider with the Society for Oncology Massage and have taken special training from some wonderful experts. Please feel free to ask any questions you have about oncology massage.
Get your massage, the way you want it.
Need an extra pillow? Want the table warmer turned up, prefer a certain genre of music, looking for help with a specific muscle group? I’ll keep notes about your preferences for your next appointment.
Quiet Strength is just me… a one-person business offering massage therapy in Virginia Beach. So, you’ll know what to expect at every session.
Oh, by the way… your 60-minute massage means just that. You’ll get 60 minutes of actual massage time on my table. None of that “50-minute hour” stuff.