Britny Sullenger, LMP
We are pleased to have Britny back part time. Britny was with our lead therapist when we first opened in March 2012. She also works at our front office Friday mornings. She brings much experience to our office, doing various types of massage.
Nereida Sanchez, LMP
Nereida was born and raised in Mexico before moving to the Tri-Cities at age 10. She graduated from Kennewick High School in 2017 and attended Victoria’s Academy in 2018, where she specializes in Swedish Massage and deep tissue, however she's not limited to those modalities.
“Just starting my journey as a Massage Therapist exited to always help people feel their best.”
Emmanuel Garcia, LMP
I specialize in cranial sacral massage, cupping, prenatal, sports massage, Thai herbal compress, deep tissue, aromatherapy, hot stones, and CBD massage. I was injured during my tour in Iraq. This resulted in a traumatic brain injury. Due to this injury and my personal experience with massage, I decided to become a massage therapist. I graduated in 2018 from Victoria’s Academy. In my free time, I love to hang out with my wife and 4 children, practice yoga, travel, hike, and garden.
Briana Corriell, LMP
Briana was born and raised in Alaska before moving to the Tri-Cities with her family in 2006. She graduated from Kamiakin High School in 2009 and from the massage program at Victoria's Academy of Cosmetology in 2018. Shortly thereafter she got her first job as an LMT at a spa. She soon realized that clinical work was her passion and decided to work for chiropractors that help people who have been injured and have chronic pain. Briana specializes in Swedish, deep tissue and SMRT (spontaneous muscle release technique). "The absolute best feeling in the world is being able to provide relief for those who are in pain."
Maggie McLain, LMP
Maggie grew up in the Tri cities, graduating from Kamiakin high school in 2016 and then graduating from massage school in 2018. Maggie specializes in Swedish, deep tissue and sports massage, with additional certifications in cupping and lymphatic drainage. She has previous experiences working in therapeutic office settings and enjoys getting to help patients feel, and move, their best.
Tricia Davis, LMP
Tricia moved to Tri-Cities with her husband in 2006 and shortly became a full-time mom. In 2016 she suffered a shoulder injury. Massage therapy greatly helped in her healing and inspired her to become a therapist herself. She graduated from Victoria’s Academy in 2021 and is excited to help all those in pain.