Massage For Your Health
~ Changing your view of Massage Therapy

About your Practitioners


                                     

Kelly Endsley, LMT, CIMI

(Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Infant Massage Instructor, Owner/ Director)

I began my career after graduating from the Cincinnati School of Medical Massage(http://www.massageschools.com/index.php), in 1999.  Prior to that, I worked for Lexington Physical Therapy as a Physical Therapy Technician Coordinator for 4 years.  It is here that I worked for and was mentored by an incredible Physical Therapist who I credit for my decision to pursue Massage Therapy school. (Thanks, Margot).  It was the best professional decision I could have made.

After graduation, I moved back home, to my native Evansville,  gave birth to my beautiful daughter, Sydney and began working part time in the area.  After the birth of my 2nd baby, Aidan, I began my business at The Women's Hospital. I created the in-patient Mommy Massage program for postpartum moms at the hospital-the very first program of this sort in the tri-state area.  I am so very grateful to The Women's Hospital administration for the faith they put into my abilities and ideas and for their continued support and friendship. 
It was my desire to build a practice in which I was able to provide unprecidented care to my clients.  I take great pride in the individualized treatment I provide and believe you must not only heal the body, but also treat the emotional aspects of a client as well. It is because of this that I spend countless minutes getting to know you before or after a massage, or if (and only if) you desire, during the massage. 
I am very particular about who I partner with in my practice.  Those who I bring into work with me, must be truly dedicated to the profession, but also must have a deep desire to care for the individual.  They must have excelled in their training, must be licensed or certified by a recognized governing board, and must be affiliated with a professional Massage Therapy organization. 
Lastly, I would like to thank all of my p
ast and present clients for all they have taught me and for their continued praise of my work, by continually sending me new clients.  It is through all of you that my practice has become successful and it is through you that I have found my niche.  Even when I was downstairs in that noisy little room, you kept coming to me, and for that I am humbly grateful.  It is an honor to be your therapist.  



Deanne Vaughn, LMT (Licensed Massge Therapist)

Deanne graduated from Bodywork's school of massage in 2006. In addition to working as an LMT for me, she has also worked at The Women's Hospital doing clerical work and patient care since the hospital opened.  Deanne's specialty is deep tissue massage, working very well with injury and chronic soft tissue concerns. Not currently accepting new clients.

 

 

 

 

 Becky Croft, LMT, RN (Licensed Massage Therapist, Registered Nurse)

"My working life in the health field began in 1980 when I received my LPN degree.
Through continued studies I became a Registered Nurse in 1991. I currently hold
Professional Nursing Licenses in both IN. and IL.

I find my job at Massage For Women's Health in Clinical Massage Therapy both fun and
rewarding. I look forward to coming in to work every day. In an effort to provide the
very best massage experience to all of my clients, I decided to take the extra step of
becoming nationally certified in 2008. Being certified by the National Certification
Board for Therapeutic Massage (NCBTM) means I have completed the required college
courses of study, passed an extensive background check including fingerprints, and
passed the national certification exam. In order to maintain my certified status I must
maintain a very high degree of professionalism including continuing education classes
in all modalities of massage. I am also a member of the American Massage Therapy
Association (AMTA) and currently hold Massage Therapy licenses in IN and IL.

For relaxation I studied the art of stained glass at community college and am now an
accomplished, professional stained glass artist with major commissions to my credit and
my own home studio." Accepting new clients.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Kylee Miller, NCTMB

Kylee is my full time therapist who is accepting new clients.  Her schedule is filling up fast due to her skill and ability to do deep tissue work.  She graduated from Bodyworks School of Massage in June of 2010.  You could not experience a sweeter, more dedicated and responsible person!  I am so happy to have her on board.  She has a passion to make people believe in Massage Therapy and it's physiological benefits, and not view it simply as a luxury.  Kylee particularly enjoys giving prenatal massages, because she knows how much it benefits Mom. 

 

 

 

"Hello!  My name is Crystal Binhack. I reside in Princeton, IN.  I graduated from Vincennes University in 2010 with an Associates Degree in Massage Therapy.  I have always wanted to be a part of the medical field to help people and I could not have made a better choice! I truly love my job!  I cannot put into words how rewarding it is for me. 

Aside from massage, I enjoy my small town life.  I grew up on a farm and showed cattle all through 4-H.  I work hard to continue to help out a few 4-Her's in my county.  I am very family oriented and spend most of my free time with them.  I cannot wait to meet new clients and am excited to know these amazing ladies at Massage For Your Health!"  Accepting New Clients!

 

Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
© Copyright 2017 Massage For Your Health. All rights reserved.