Massage Vermont's mission is to contribute positively to community wellness by:
- Providing client-centered bodywork to support and improve clients' health, comfort, and well-being.
- Striving for ongoing improvement through professional training, commitment to self care, and integrating client feedback.
- Protecting the environment, clients' and our own health and safety, and the community in which we conduct our business. It is our policy to seek continual improvement by conserving energy, water, and other natural resources; reducing waste generation; recycling; and reducing our use of toxic materials. We are committed to environmental excellence and pollution prevention, meeting or exceeding all environmental regulatory requirements, and to purchasing products which have greater recycled content with lower toxicity and packaging, that reduce the use of natural resources.
Chris Adams (CST-t)
Chris has been a professional massage therapist developing his hands-on skills since 1982. His background in dance and martial arts heightens his awareness of the body in motion and facilitating movement restoration for clients.
In addition to hundreds of hours of training in therapeutic massage techniques, anatomy, physiology and more, Chris is certified in Craniosacral Therapy techniques by the Upledger Institute. He has completed Upledger’s rigorous Advanced Craniosacral Therapy course and is an Upledger teaching assistant.
Sheryl Rapée-Adams (NCTMB, RYT)
Sheryl graduated from the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1996. She completed Foot Reflexology training at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. Sheryl is board-certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB).
Sheryl has completed both levels of training with the Daybreak Geriatric Massage Institute and Therapeutic Yoga for Seniors Professional Teacher Training at Duke Integrative Medicine. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher and completed Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training.