Debra-Jean LeBrun, LMT, Master Aesthetician, Craniosacral Therapist,
In the late 1990's Debra-Jean began her bodywork career. In 1998 she earned her aesthetics license in Massachusetts and subsequently graduated with a Certificate for Medical Aesthetics in 1999. Debra-Jean worked 10 years in a local plastic surgeon's office practicing customized and quality skin care along with specialized massage treatments.
Debra-Jean is also a Licensed Massage Therapist and Craniosacral Therapist with specialized training in Vacuum Therapy, Medicupping, Scar Release and Scar Release for Burn Survivors, Lymphatic Drainage and Balancing, TMJ relief, Oncology Massage and Orthopedic Therapeutic Massage. Debra-Jean works with post-surgical healing to reduce the edema and minimize restrictions created by internal and external scar tissue, this includes mastectomy and breast reconstruction. Debra-Jean initially trained in Sports Massage, Myofacial Release and Polarity Therapy. She continues to broaden her education with a focus reducing soft tissue pain and increasing mobility and motion. Debra-Jean's ability to listen to her clients and their tissues allows her to create individualized sessions to support her clients needs and concerns.
Debra-Jean is a member of the ICTA, International Cupping Therapy Association, Ace Cupping, IAHP, and ASCP
Please contract Debra-Jean with any questions at BalanceWithinMassageandSkin@gmail.com
Jennifer Hussey PTA LMT
Associates Degree of Science with focus on Kinesiology and Anatomy
Current Massachusetts Physical Therapy Assistant license
Current Massachusetts Massage Therapy license
Reiki 2 & Magnified Healing Phase 1 Practitioner
Jennifer is a practicing physical therapist assistant with over 4 years of orthopedic, geriatric and sports rehabilitation in the North Shore. She began massage education shortly after she saw first-hand how important manual therapy was for her physical therapy patients’ recovery and success. From increasing range of motion post surgery to releasing adhesions limiting athletes function; she realized precise massage therapy really works. After completing her education she began her own PT based massage practice. Jennifer utilizes physical therapy techniques, therapeutic massage, manual stretching and myofascial release. No massage is the same and is customized to the individual’s needs, symptoms and goals. Her first hand experience with both acute and chronic injuries and extensive anatomy knowledge sets her apart from your traditional massage therapist. For more information email Jennifer at email@example.com.
Charlie has just joined the staff at Face Rejuvenation and Healing Massage as of December 12, 2016.
Charlie is the Welcoming Committee. He takes pride in being hypo-allergenic and greeting everyone. He strives to set a peaceful tone and help people feel at ease. Charlie places a great importance and value in relaxation and leisure time. As in any family business he takes advantage of the boss. There are days when he does not show up for work, he never answers the phone and of course, when he does decide to come to work he can be found sleeping on the job and snoring away.
Retired June 18, 2016
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I said farewell to my "Love Bug", my special friend and companion.
I will miss his sweetness and gentle spirit. His love and devotion was a true gift. I used to tell Milo that 'I prayed and prayed for a dog and God gave me you!" He was a very special boy. Milo taught me to take time out and "chill" , lay down on the grass and ground, eat when your hungry and sleep when your tired. He also showed me how to be a better person, massage therapist and body worker. He would hold class every night.....and first thing every morning.
I would like to express my gratitude and thank all of you who would let Mr. Milo trespass on your massage, facial and bodywork session and snooze by my feet. Sometimes I could hear him snoring during your treatment. There were times that Milo worked with me and brought comfort and peace to those who needed it . He would cuddle in your arms and let you cry on him. He knew he had a job to do and did it with his sweet trusting and compassionate spirit.
Milo was a very special dog and he will be missed greatly. It broke my heart to say goodbye. However it was time for him to retire and now he is resting.
Until we meet again