Hopewell Massage Co.
LOCATED IN STUDIO 1 @ YONO 59 CHURCH ST WILLIMANTIC
New to massage therapy?
Massage can provide many important benefits including:
● reduced muscle tension
● improved circulation
● stimulation of the lymphatic system
● reduction of stress hormones
● increased joint mobility and flexibility
● improved recovery of soft tissue injuries
Michelle brings more than 10 years of experience to each therapeutic massage session. Using a combination of deep tissue, trigger point and Swedish massage techniques, Michelle has helped professional athletes, individuals recovering from injuries, as well as those just seeking to relax or rejuvenate sore muscles. Michelle will customize your massage to meet your specific needs.
Cheryl graduated from CCMT, Groton, CT in 2008 with honors. She has been a licensed massage therapist for 14 years focusing on the individual needs of her clients. She is the massage therapist of the Hartford Wolfpack for 7 seasons and co-owner of Mansfield Massage, LLC. Cheryl specializes in deep tissue massage as well as sports and trigger point therapy. She is also certified in pre-natal, hot stone, Thai, Medi-cupping and more. Cheryl is excited to start this new venture along with her sister, Michelle, bringing you Hopewell Massage Co. where she practices in honor of her husband Dr. Eric Damato. Cheryl has two amazing young girls and loves to run in her spare time.
Mariclare graduated from Cortiva Institute and became a licensed massage therapist in September of 2019. She believes in a holistic approach to the health of your mind and body. She offers therapeutic massage customized to your specific needs, with a particular interest giving deep tissue work to help with pain relief and to assist in greater range of motion. She also certified in prenatal massage, and loves helping expectant clients to genuinely relax during a beautiful time of transformation. She loves practicing massage therapy and feels it is an honor to provide space to help you facilitate your healing. She would like to think of her practice as a way to help the world become a better place, one person at a time.