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My Story

I am a native of Hillsborough and a Mama of two children. Over the years, I have worked in the medical/research field for humans and animals. This has given me a strong background in anatomy and physiology. My experience in veterinary medicine and research taught me to fine tune my observational skills. During this time, I began working with a holistic veterinarian. I was introduced to chiropractic, acupuncture and herbal medicine. 

I have been employed full-time as a LMBT in the therapeutic/wellness setting since graduating from Kneaded Energy School of Massage in Greensboro in 2017. This is where I really learned to tap into my intuition. It is also here that I learned about UPR (Unconditional Positive Regard). This is the heart of the relationship I have with my clients. It describes holding a place and accepting them for who they are right in that moment. I see massage as a work of service. Touch is one of the most basic human needs. I am honored to be a massage therapist.

I have special interest in deep tissue, myofascial release, and sports/stretching. I work well with shoulder and hip issues

Member of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP)

- Kate Lloyd, LMBT


My Approach

My approach to massage begins with evaluating posture and gait. I approach the musculature and the body mindfully and intuitively. I warm the tissues and from there, gently increase pressure as needed. I customize each massage based on the feedback from the client and their bodies. 

My Philosophy

Every person that steps into my treatment space is treated with UPR (Unconditional Positive Regard). It is the foundation of my profession. This describes accepting someone for who they are, right there in the moment. I work within my scope of practice under a code of ethics. My clients can be assured of confidentiality. Treatments are client centered and given with informed consent. Each treatment is customized to the client. I honor the client therapist relationship. Communication is key with massage.

I see massage as a work of service. Touch is one of the most basic human needs. I feel honored to be a massage therapist. 

"We serve life, not because it is broken, but because it is holy."

~ Mother Teresa

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