Meet the therapists behind Bartlett Therapeutic Massage
Amanda opened Bartlett Therapeutic Massage in April 2012 to meet a special need in the athletic community. One goal being to raise awareness of self care and injury prevention among her fellow athletes.
It was as a cyclist that Amanda started to understand the benefits of massage therapy and it was this realization that motivated her to start a career that would change her life forever.
Ginger was a radiologic technologist in the military for 20 years before deciding that her true passion was helping people with a holistic approach to wellness.
She found a passion in reflexology and several energy healing modalities that she incorporates into many of her sessions. She loves helping people and pets with releasing trapped emotions that often times are the culprit of physical pain.
Bennie has been licensed since April 2010. His massage modalities include prenatal and postnatal massage, hot stone therapy, deep tissue, aromatherapy, Fire and Ice Sports Massage and TMJ internal and external therapies. He is a Certified Massage Cupping Practitioner.
Bennie is passionate about massage because he enjoys helping others feel better physically. He enjoys seeing people be able to reach further than they have in a long time or turn their heads further than they have before.
Ann is a certified massage therapist licensed in the state of Tennessee (lic #9637) as well as holding National Board Certification (#614646-12).
Her mission as a massage therapist is to help people improve their health and well-being and promote stress relief through massage. She provides healing assistance in a friendly, caring, compassionate, nurturing and safe therapeutic environment.
I was active for three years in the Coast Guard and in the Coast Guard Reserves for four years and I retired from the Tennessee Air Guard with 20 years total military service. I was one of the first two women firefighters on the Memphis Fire Department. I achieved the rank of Lieutenant with a career that spanned 27 years.
I enjoy working out, especially practicing yoga. Becoming a Licensed Massage Therapist seemed like the next natural step because of my background of service and my interest in learning about body movement. It has been a rewarding experience being able to help others with their muscular issues and to help them relax and get relief.