Lydia Moneyhun, LMT, graduated from Tennessee School of Therapeutic Massage. She has extended her education by attending classes in Gua Sha (Scraping Therapy) and Cupping, Thai Massage, as well as yoga teacher training. She is consistently learning and training with more experienced therapists, focusing on several different techniques and modalities. Lydia’s main goal is to educate each individual client in different skills to maintain the success found in massage, on their own.
Daniel Musser, LMT, is an Arbor College of Massage graduate with two years of experience as a licensed massage therapist. His interest in massage stems from a lifelong passion for movement and sports. As a long-distance runner and weight lifter he draws from his athletic background to analyze the body based on movement and chronic holding patterns. He has additional training in myofascial release, structural integration, and cranial sacral therapy.