Partners & Resources
Here is a list of trusted business partners in the community who are dedicated to your health and wellbeing. Please click on the links for more information about the services provided by each community leader.
Anita Prendergast, Founder/Massage Therapist BLOG
Anita attended the Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy in New York City and became a Licensed Massage Therapist in 2005. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science specializing in Motor Development from the University of South Carolina. With more than 20 years experience working with children, she is Certified in Infant Massage Instruction by Niara Healing Arts and Certified in Pediatric Massage by the Liddle Kidz Foundation. She believes in a Holistic approach to healing where the nourishment of the Mind, Body, and Spirit is the ultimate goal. Her touch is often described as gentle, but effective.Modalities Studied: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, Thai Yoga Stretching, Shiatsu, Reflexology, Prenatal, Infant (CIMT), Pediatric (CPMT), Geriatric, Sports/Athletic Performance, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone, Hydrotherapy, Neuromuscular Technique (NMT), Trigger Point Therapy, Chair/Seated Massage, Qi Activation
Professional Affiliations: American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), Board Certification of Massage Therapy and Bodywork (BCMTB), New York State License No. 180830, Georgia State License No.MT008633
Candace Holmes, D.C. drholmeschiro2u.com braincoreofduluth.com
Dr . Holmes earned her doctorate in chiropractic from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. She has fifteen years of experience and has practiced in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Georgia. Taking care of patients as young as hours old to patients that are "seasoned," active, and in their 90's comes naturally to her. Dr. Holmes is board certified in chiropractic and in physiological therapeutics. She has extensive experience caring for patients involved in automobile accidents, those who are pregnant, and those who are "weekend warriors." She especially enjoys caring for busy professionals.
Research articles supporting the benefits of massage listed on my website can be found using these following links.
All content found on this website is based on personal experience and/or observation and is supported by research related to massage therapy. It is not meant to treat, diagnose, cure, or otherwise interfere with treatment by your physician. Since massage is highly subjective, results can not be guaranteed. Massage Therapy is considered to be complementary to traditional medicine and a doctor's note may be required for certain medical conditions.