Liz’s holistic health practice incorporates hyperbaric oxygen treatments as well as JFB Myofascial Release to heal a wide range of conditions. Liz combines her background as an artist, Ironman triathlete and massage therapist to deliver an integrated healing experience. She graduated from Potomac Massage Training Institute in 2000 and earned a BFA from University of the Arts in 1992.
Steve has been practicing massage therapy since 2009. His work focuses on the issues that affect the individual the most and the modality that will enhance relaxation, recovery, and healing most effectively. Steve believes that while massage is not a cure for disease and ailments, it does have an amazing effect on the human body and is a very powerful tool in maintaining a healthier you.
Steve integrates hyperbaric oxygen therapy, JFB Myofascial Release and massage for MVA injuries for working with individuals with a wide range of conditions. Steve’s experience as a college baseball player, triathlete and massage therapist guide his expertise in his treatment.
Angelina is a 2012 graduate of the Delaware Learning Institute. She specializes in Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage. Her calming demeanor and empathetic personality allows her to customize each session for every client in order to achieve optimum relief from stress injury or to deliver overall wellness.
Dr. Stella Parks is a master educator and doctor of natural medicine. She holds a B.S. in Business, an M.A. in Adult Education, and a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. She helps people restore their optimal health without drugs or surgery. She works with her patients to create a complete, individualized solution to help them quickly move towards vitality and better health with ease.
Alex is a hyperbaric specialist with a deep knowledge of medical issues — she has been an EMT, an in-home birth doula, and a post-surgery massage therapist. She has a desire to give people with chronic illness or pain the gift of listening to their stories and spend more time to help people to heal were formative in her transition to hyperbarics. Alex is on the faculty of the International Hyperbarics Association.