Eva Goforth has been a provider at the Center since 2008 and a full time massage therapist since 1991. She’s been nationally certified since 1993 (NCBTMB) and has over 1,000 hours of continuing education covering a wide variety of modalities, including:
Cupping for massage is a relatively new modality which she has been practicing since 2019. Clients can achieve two to three times more tension release than without cupping. It is especially good for athletes and tight fascia. If you would like to incorporate cupping into your massage session at no additional charge, please let Eva know!
Sound Massage achieves deep relaxation via sound waves. During the session, Eva places the bowls gently on the body. The sound waves create space within the body on a cellular level and relieve pain and tension. It is especially helpful for arthritis and similar inflammatory disorders. The sound waves also affect the brain, leading to a deeply relaxed state to help relieve stress and anxiety.