Our practice was established to provide the Central Florida community with healing touch for the whole family. Our goal is to help you to find and maintain balance in your body using modern techniques of the ancient practice of massage therapy. Modalities offered include deep tissue, Arvigo Maya Abdominal Massage Therapy, myofacial, shiatsu, aromatherapy and Thai Yoga massage. We also have therapists certified in pre and perinatal massage therapy and doula work. Together with childbirth education through Birthing From Within, we offer you support and care during the entire child bearing year.
Pamela Guldi, L.M.T., has practiced the healing touch of massage therapy since she was originally licensed in 1992. In the years since, she has worked in a variety of modalities, including medical and sports massage, deep tissue, pain relief and pregnancy & infant massage.
Pamela has studied with Carol Osborne-Sheets, the nation's leading Prenatal Massage Therapist. In her prenatal work, she has also trained as a Birthing From Within® mentor, learning new ways to join her practice of therapeutic touch with education and childbirth assistance for women.
It is her belief that massage therapy is integral to the healing and growth for people of all ages, from birth through adolescence and adulthood. Each person deserves to be cared for and nurtured at his or her unique point of growth. This is why Motherlove Massage offers healing touch for the whole family.
Pamela is the owner and principal therapist of Motherlove Massage.
Melissa Tully, L.M.T., attended the Florida College of Natural Health and graduated as a master bodyworker in 2010. Melissa has always had a passion for massage and holistic health. She believes that massage is a powerful tool to promote the body's natural ability to heal itself. Melissa customizes her massages to meet her client's needs. She loves incorporating reflexology, Cranial Sacral Therapy, and trigger point therapy into her Swedish massages.
Cynthia Koerner, LMT, CD (DONA), CLC, DFB, has had a passion for bodywork and helping people for as long as she can remember. Her initial interest was inspired by her own personal experience with the healing benefits of massage therapy and from her work with pregnant women and the desire to ease some of the discomforts of pregnancy and labor for her clients. It is Cynthia's view that receiving therapeutic massage aligns the body with its own sense of balance-fluidity between aspects of mind, body, and spirit. Cynthia practices integrative massage, which means she combines techniques from different massage modalities based on each client's needs. Massage can be an effective way of treating chronic pain, injury, stress, anxiety, depression, sluggish circulation, lymph drainage, and much more.
In her spare time, Cynthia enjoys gardening, yoga, hiking, camping, going to art festivals, and hanging out with friends and family. She has a quasi-intentional community she belongs to and has spent a lot of time helping develop it into what it is today. Her life focus seems to be building community and she does it every day.
Natalie D'Azzo, L.M.T., R.Y.T., found massage therapy by way of yoga. Natalie first experienced yoga in 2005 as great exercise, but soon realized it was much more. Yoga taught her how to control stress and anxiety and this was life changing. In 2008, Natalie began a yoga teacher training program with Jane Foody to share the mental/physical/emotional benefits that come from a regular yoga practice. However, she was surprised to find that yoga teacher training sparked her interest in anatomy and physiology. This led her to massage school in 2009 and she has been teaching yoga and doing massage therapy full-time ever since.
Natalie has always had a passion for holistic wellness and preventative healthcare. She believes that regular self-care such as massage, acupuncture, yoga and meditation leads to a long and peaceful life.
Natalie offers customized deep tissue, relaxation, sport and prenatal massages. She also specializes in Thai Massage/Thai-Yoga Bodywork. Natalie has been certified twice in Thai Massage from Michael “Mukti” Buck and Barry Cooper from the Vedic Conservatory. Natalie is also certified in Ayurvedic Massage by Doreen Lopes, Prenatal Yoga by Viviana Collazo, and Practical Pilates by AFAA. Natalie has also studied a variety of topics including nutrition, herbalism, and Ayurveda and is always happy to share her knowledge. Natalie is currently in graduate school at UCF pursuing a M.S. in Sport and Exercise Science with a focus on Sport Nutrition.