Evelyn Anne Barnette
Evelyn is a 2011 graduate of Cumberland Institute of Natural and Holistic Therapy. Her massage practice goals are to help clients relieve muscle pain, improve circulation and flexibility to lead happier, healthier lives.
Evelyn uses a wide variety of bodywork techniques that include Deep Tissue massage, Swedish massage, Craniosacral therapy, Applied Kinesiology, Myo-fascial Release and has completed 100+ hours of Jin Shin Do Acupressure.
Evelyn loves the outdoors, climbing, hiking, camping, or biking. She is currently training to be an aerialist, She enjoys cooking and taking care of her many animals.
I began studying massage therapy in 2013 at Arbor Institute, and began practicing in 2014 as a Licensed Massage Therapist.
My style is relaxing and therapeutic. Making clients feel safe and comfortable while building a therapeutic relationship is my top priority. My goal is to encourage my client's body to take steps to heal itself through body work. I am passionate about women's issues, and I'm interested in learning more about working with expectant mothers.
I have been a licensed massage therapist for 6 years, I got into massage at first honestly, cause I didn't want to be in school another two years, but then when I got out of massage school I realized I love helping people whether its for relaxation or a problem they are having., It is very rewarding to know someone who came in and could barely stand up straight when they first came in is now able to stand tall and with no pain. It is the best job I have ever had and I love it!!! I went to Tennessee School of Therapeutic Massage in Knoxville Tennessee. I have been practicing massage therapy ever since 2011, when I got out of school.
On my off days I like to be outdoors with my dogs, going for a walk, hiking or whatever. I also love to just sleep in and be lazy some days.
I have been a Body-worker for the last 24 years. I am originally from Florida and have been in TN for the last 10 years and loving it. I have always been more into the Medical/Sports Therapy for most of my career. I like to rid people of there pain and discomfort. I want them to get off my table and feel like a new person. That is what I live for on a daily basis. I have recently in the last 5 years taken up the Massage Cupping Therapy. My goal is for people to feel better so they can live better.