Jen McLamb, LMT, RSMT founded Vital Touch Wellness in 2003.Her intention was to create a space that combines the soothing atmosphere of a cozy spa with the clinical approach needed to address pain, tension and chronic stress. A 1996 graduate of the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics, Jen is a licensed massage therapist in practice for over 20 years. Jen is also a registered SomaSoul® Somatic Therapist, offering a body-centered approach to personal growth that addresses emotions, stress and their effects on physical health. She graduated from the Leven Institute for Expressive Movement in 2012 and is in her fourth year in the Body Centered Psychotherapy training program at the Hartford Family Institute. She offers Somatic Therapy through Zoom.
Preva Doyle, LMT is a licensed massage therapist, reflexologist and a 2011 graduate of Cortiva Institute in King of Prussia. Nurturing and intuitive, Prevais exceptional at relieving pain, restoring optimal function, and promoting deep relaxation in her loyal clients. She specializes in combining deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, and myofascial release for a customized experience. Prevahas additional certifications in reflexology, oncology massage, and pre- and peri-natal massage.
Bryant A. McCoy, LMT is a licensed massage therapist and 2018 graduate of Cortiva Institute. Experienced and intuitive, Bryant is highly skilled in“listening” with his hands to pinpoint the source of discomfortand release tense muscles. He blends nonaggressive deep tissue techniques, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, and more to alleviate pain and promote deep relaxation. His positive energy and kind nature helps clients instantly feel welcomed and relaxed. Bryant has additional certifications in myofascial release, assisted stretching, and sports massage.
Krista Dimond, LMT is a licensed massage therapist and certified reflexologist She is a graduate of the Academy of Massage Therapy and Bodyworks in Pottstown massage program, and has also completed their 200 hour certification in reflexology.Krista’s nurturing and passionate spirit combined with her intuitive hands-on skills and strong grasp of functional anatomy make her massages an experience like no other. She blends gentle deep tissue techniques and Swedish massage for a deeply relaxing, rejuvenating flow that improves mood, energy, and overall wellbeing.
Keagan Norris, LMT is a recent graduate of the Wellness Center of Chester County Massage School. Friendly and knowledgeable, Keagan is adept at reducing stress and muscle tension, and her clients leave our office feeling nurtured and relaxed. She specializes in Swedish massage, myofascial release, cupping, and forearm massage. Keagan also practices reflexology and prenatal massage.
Chris Howarth, LMT is a recent graduate of the Wellness Center of Chester County Massage School, and he also has a B.S. in Exercise Science and Nutrition from the University of Scranton. Friendly and highly knowledgeable, Chris has an intuitive, natural hands-on ability. He excels at treating pain and chronic tension while combining a clinical approach with deep relaxation. He uses myofascial analysis and postural assessment to pinpoint imbalances and determine the source of discomfort. Then he blends a variety of techniques, including myofascial release, deep tissue massage, Swedish massage and guasha, to release bound tissue, improve range of motion, and relieve pain and tension. With a background in personal training and fitness instruction, Chris also specializes in creating treatment plans to help clients resolve physical issues with long-term solutions.
Kellie Springer, RN is a gifted reiki master, intuitive guide, author, and speaker with twenty years of energy work experience. Kellie’s background in nursing and psychology augments her ability to support clients in releasing trauma, painful emotions, and negative thought patterns. Kellie speaks and presents trauma curriculum at local universities, and she recently published her memoir, “Relentless: A Journey of Forgiveness,” which is the story of her abusive childhood and subsequent path of healing. Read Kellie’s blog at http://www.anamcarakellie.com/
Kellie is not seeing clients in the studio at this time.