Licensed massage therapist Annie Pathik is excited to announce the opening of her new massage studio in downtown Damariscotta.
After attending massage school in North Carolina in 2002, Pathik moved to Florida, where she practiced in several locations, including the Hyatt Regency, Radiance MedSpa, and as a hospice volunteer. She also developed a loyal private clientele.
For over 15 years, Pathik has been offering relaxation and therapeutic techniques to clients as they deal with the demands of a hectic world. Her healing hands have helped customers escape life’s challenges, an hour at a time.
“Craving relaxation is universal,” she said. “The benefits from massage are numerous.” Patients can discuss and choose a variety of massage options, including Swedish/relaxation or deep tissue, in either a 60-minute or 90-minute session.
“We need to learn to be kind to our bodies as we heal from a variety of obstacles we deal with on a daily basis,” Pathik said.
To book appointments, contact Pathik at 727-288-5852 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Her massage studio is located at 165 Main St, Suite 2E, in the professional building above Renys Underground.
Having lived in Florida for several years, Pathik has moved back to her home state of Maine to be near family, where she is looking forward to becoming part of the local community and establishing relationships with her clients as part of their ongoing well-being.
Her past work experience as co-founder/guide of a travel company exploring the Amazon rainforest and mountains of Ecuador, director of admissions at the Baltimore/Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound School, and contributing to and editing a wellness magazine established her dedication to being part of people’s well-being and helping them discover tools to feel and be their best.
Along with her belief in the many benefits of massage, including improved sleep quality, increased range of motion and flexibility, and decreased stress and muscle tension, she believes creating a session that is individual to each client is important.
One of the most important parts of her practice is her heated table. Providing immediate, deep heat to her clients allows the muscles to relax and respond to the destressing and unwinding techniques she applies. If a customer is unsure which massage is right for them, she will be happy to discuss their needs.