Therapeutic Massage

Benefits:

  • Relaxes muscles

  • Reduces or eliminates pain associated with tension and stress

  • Strengthens the immune system

  • Increases oxytocin (the peace/calm hormone) levels in the body

  • Aids elimination of toxins

  • Increases our ability to breathe freely

  • Helps lower heart rate and blood pressure

  • Rejuvenates the skin

  • Improves circulation

  • Improves body awareness

30 minute sessions ($45) 

60 minute sessions ($90)   

90 minute sessions ($135)

Gift Certificates available

* House calls can be arranged ($140 per hour) Newport and Middletown. The client provides the massage table. 

Cash, Check and PayPal accepted. 

 

Please observe that a 24hour cancellation policy.

"Touch is powerful. Even before I became a massage therapist I was aware of how touch communicates and can connect us when words alone won't do.

  There is an immediacy and truthfulness in touch that I believe we instinctively respond to. Often we can sense where the person touching us is coming from without any verbal explanations. We tense up in response to an impatient, insensitive, intrusive or needy quality in the hand on our shoulder. We may not always understand intellectually what is going on, but our bodies know and hold a lot of wisdom.

  Beyond the work with individual clients, I look at what I do as my contribution towards creating a more peaceful world, one person at a time. Well-being spreads like rings on the water."

— Kerstin Zettmar

Kerstin Zettmar received her training as a Massage Therapist at Axelson’s Gymnastiska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden and graduated in 1989. These days her style is a mix of all the different techniques she has learned over the years.  Every massage is uniquely suited to each individual client. 

"Simply the best massage therapy available. She's knowledgeable, always checks in with you first for current aches and pains, her room is stunningly painted (you'll want to hire her), and she is very responsive to schedules. She's been my go-to for therapy for eight years this month."

— Jim Roehm

MIRA Office