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Danny Dance

Hey, there! I’m Danny and I graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage (now Cortiva) in 2014.

I’m a lover of therapeutic work…it’s something about unwinding those tense, achy muscles that just sets my soul ablaze!  Swedish, Deep Tissue, Reflexology/Trigger Point Therapy and Lomi Lomi are some of my specialties!

In 2019, I had the honor of working as a Massage Therapist for the Pride of America cruise ship in Hawaii – it was truly one of the best and most enlightening experiences of my life!  …but I’m always looking for ways to improve my craft, and am very excited to continue my journey with Truth Mind & Body 😊

Karen Dooley

As a “latch key” kid, I never got to spend a lot of time with my parents as my dad worked in the day and my mom at night. Massage changed that. My mother, an RN who worked 11pm to 7am, would come home, get a shower and breakfast, and be on the massage table by 9am. Afterwards, we would actually hang out and go places! It was such a dramatic change in our lives that it might as well have been magic at work on that table. When I realized I had a talent for it too, I dedicated my life to it, making massage, and body work in general, my Art.

After high school I went right to Baltimore School of Massage and graduated in 1999. I have been working in all sorts of locations from Salons and fitness centers to the Maryland Renaissance Festival to working alongside chiropractors in my 20 years of experience. I have certifications in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Cupping, Myofascial Release, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Sound Massage, Reiki and Reflexology.  I continue to expand my abilities all the time and research new ways to combine what I know for the best session I can offer. My goal is always to get to the root of the problem and find a way to solve it or make it less of an issue in someone’s life. No one should have to live with pain and if I, or anyone I know, can help reduce it or heal it completely, I will do my best in that endeavor.

On a personal note, I’m a fox spirit in a human body and love being creative in the weirdest way possible. I try never to repeat myself in word or deed and love all forms of chicanery! I speak in music and movie quotes and the more people are smiling and laughing around me, the better I am. I’m also one for getting my hands into crafts of all kinds and love exploring artistic expressions in movement.

Cara Lemon

Hi! I graduated from the Baltimore School of Massage in 2014 and have been working as a therapist ever since then. I specialize in Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial, chronic pain as well as working with minors and geriatric clients. I’m always exploring new interests, learning new things and expanding my horizons.  I have a really outgoing and colorful personality and a positive outlook on life.

I had some really interesting jobs until I found my true passion for massage.  I love working in massage therapy  because it a very rewarding job for me.  I feel very grateful knowing that what I do helps people feel their best, both physically and mentally.  I listen to all my clients and work to form a connection with each of them, so that they can have the best possible experience for their own specific, individual needs.

When I’m not working, I love spending time with my husband and daughter.  I enjoy hiking, traveling, exploring nature and going to the beach (major beach bum!).  I love Harry Potter and Mel Brooks movies.  I’m interested in crafts, like making jewelry and wood burning and recently I have started learning the art of tattooing.  I believe every day is an adventure.

Kirstin Looby

I am a registered massage practitioner in the state of Maryland. My massage career began in December 2017 when I graduated from Baltimore School of Massage (now Cortiva).

From a young age I played sports, particularly soccer, for the love of game. As I got older I loved watching and observing sports, watching the athletes in particular. My fascination with the human body landed me studying Kinesiology at the University of Maryland. I graduated with my Bachelors of Science in 2016.

After graduating I worked full time as a physical therapy technician, thinking this was the field for me. A while after working there, I realized the same people were coming back to us for different issues that were arising with them. The treatment wasn’t holistic enough, I decided to change career paths and enrolled in massage school. I hope to add new modalities to my toolbox pretty soon!

In my spare time I still love to play soccer, hike and spend time with family and friends!

Brandon Watts

Hi! I moved to Maryland from Baton Rouge, Louisiana the summer of 2014. I enrolled in Howard Community College that autumn to become a Radiation Tech. After the first semester I realized this was not the path for me. The next semester I enrolled in Anne Arundel Community College’s Massage Therapy program and began work as Massage Therapist Spring of 2016. I haven’t looked back since!

In 2019 I was accepted to Howard Community College’s Physical Therapy Assistants Program where I am currently enrolled. My continued studies help my further understand the body and take my massage to the next level. Massage will always be my true love.

In my spare time I love travel, sports and outdoor activities, as well as spending time with family and friends.  I am also a HUGE animal-lover and enjoy sharing my Cajun-Southern hospitality!

Kent Wyckoff

I have been a massage therapist for 15 years including 5 years as a Massage Instructor at Medix and Fortis Institute.

I offer a wide range of services – from Swedish, Deep Tissue, Cupping, Hot Stone, Reflexology, Trigger Point and much more – specializing in helping clients to target their problems and meet their goals.

Even before I decided to pursue massage as a career, I spent many, many years as a client!  It has helped me tremendously in my pursuit of wellness and success.

I enjoy cooking, gardening, working with my hands, the outdoors, and spending time with my family.