Spa and Wellness
Our Massage Therapists at Highland City Club offer Swedish, Deep Tissue, Injury Recovery, Hot Stone, Aromatherapy, Craniosacral Elements, Neuromuscular Retraining, Kinesiotaping, and more.
If your schedule permits, a 30 minute sauna session is included before your massage. We have a shower on site if you’d like to use it between your sauna and massage.
Our menu is simple. Your massage will be fully customized, based on a conversation before the massage, and hopefully, through the long relationship we develop with you! So, choose 60 or 90 minutes, and enjoy!
If you are unable to find a time that works for you within our online availability please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will arrange for a time that works for you. Thank you!
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
One day, when Erin started getting a migraine at work, a co-worker offered to give her a short treatment. This co-worker had a gentle touch and afterward Erin's headache had disappeared. She was in shock and full of gratitude. When asked what she did, she replied, "CranioSacral Therapy." Since then, Erin has delved into manual therapy using a subtle and gentle touch approach.
She has been practicing CranioSacral Therapy since 2008. Her training is through the Uplegder Institute for Craniosacral Threapy. She has added Visceral Manipulation into her healing practice with training through the Barral Institute.
Erin authored the children's book "Work Your Body, Grow Your Brain." She has over 13 years of experience working in the OT field. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, skiing, ballroom dancing, sailing, photography, Acro Yoga, and board games.
Managing Director and Massage Therapist
- 13+ years of experience in health and fitness.
- BS in Kinesiology
- Certified Personal Trainer & Yoga Instructor
- Certified in Thai Massage & Kinesio Taping
- Former Anatomy/Physiology Instructor at Mecca School of Massage
- Relaxes dysfunctional muscle patterns in your body.
- Rewires the body to work correctly.
- Strengthens the body through exercise to prevent dysfunction (pain) from returning