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Nomi Greenman
Works at Welcome Back Massage
Attended University of Vermont
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Have her in circles
22 people
Ryan McLoughlin's profile photo
Colleen Clark's profile photo
Eric Hayes's profile photo
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Shubhra Verma's profile photo
Arvind Kumar's profile photo
Jaclyn Kerschner's profile photo
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Owner of Welcome Back Massge: Licensed Massage Therapist and Personal Trainer. Bari Istructor
Employment
  • Welcome Back Massage
    Massage Therapist, present
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Female
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National Board Certified Massage Therapist, NASM Personal Trainor, Bari Fitness Instructor
Introduction

I created Welcome Back Massage so people have a place where the massage is catered to their bodies needs. Every body tells a story, it holds on to history based on your lifestyle. My goal is to connect your mind to your body and break pain cycles and release unwanted pain. My goal is to make clients aware of the importance of taking care of themselves mentally and physically by adding Massage Therapy and Personal Training into their lives. Being a Massage Therapist as well as a former D1 athlete and current Fitness Instructor, my goal is to bring awareness to sports and fitness enthusiasts that a complete workout routine includes not only the exercise itself, but also caring for the wear-and-tear and minor injuries that naturally occur with strenuous movement. A lifestyle that experiences regular physical stress and stretches their physical limits will benefit from regular massage. Massage is a great addition to ones life because it helps the body avoid overtraining by facilitating recovery by focusing on your own unique trouble spots.


Bragging rights
D1 Swimmer at UVM
Education
  • University of Vermont
    Communication Sciences, 2006 - 2010
  • Hawaii Healing Arts College
    massage therapy, 2010 - 2011
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