Each of our massage therapists have multiple years experience.
Beth Milliken LMT
Beth's interest in massage therapy began in 2005 while studying Sports Medicine at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). She became in tune to the body awareness and recognized massage therapy
as a necessity for injury prevention and recovery treatment.
Beth received her training and graduated from Mind Body Institute (MBI) in 2010 at the top of her class. She is also a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). She began her massage therapy career in Nashville where she offers a wonderful combination of therapeutic and treatment massage to restore function and movement throughout the body.
Beth is fluent in Myofacial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish Massage, and Sports Massage. She believes in the body's ability to heal itself and that massage therapy is one of the many paths to restoring health and wholeness to the body.
Beth is extremely passionate about the work she does and tailors each session to her clients individual needs.
Outside of massage therapy, Beth enjoys staying active, Notre Dame sports, dancing, camping, being outdoors, and most importantly, being with her friends and family.
Megan Davidson LMT
Graduated from the Institute of Theraputic Massage and Movement in 2003. After graduating from massage school Megan worked in the spa atmosphere for 2 years before finding her true passion for massage was in the chiropractic field. Megan specializes in stress management, relaxation, deep tissue, medical massage and specific injury. Having worked in the spa atmosphere as well as the medical field, Megans massage is a healthy balanced blend of deep pressure and relaxation. Megan also offers trigger point therapy, myofascial, prenatal and hot stone therapyamong many other modalities. Megan is also certified as a chiropractic therapy assistant and a yoga instructor . Megan is nationally certified through NCBTMB and licensed in the state of Tennessee.
Megan enjoys being outdoors, exercising and having fun with family and friends.
Amy Ronning LMT
Amy became interested in massage therapy while working as an office assistant for a local energy efficiency company, utilizing her B.S. in Small Business Management. Her work hours were spent in
front of a computer, which led to chronic headaches and an all-around stiffness. After deciding that a desk job wasn't for her, Amy enrolled at Southeastern Institute in Nashville, and graduated from
their massage therapy program in 2011.
Amy's modalities currently include Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point, and prenatal massage. Her sessions are adaptable according to the needs of the client, and she values both stress relief and pain relief. She is licensed in the state of Tennessee and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.
When she is not doing massage, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband, family, and friends. She loves being outdoors, going to Predators hockey games, concerts, eating, and playing the piano. She is also a freelance piano teacher at a local elementary school.