Winter Blues? Get Yourself A Massage.

When I think about what I’ve done to make it through the winter, one word comes to mind: MASSAGE.  $90 per hour for Cheverly residents only at Touch As Art which is located right here in Cheverly. I’m a huge believer in massage as therapy for our bodies and I’m currently meeting with Teresa from Touch As Art every other week. (it has been that beneficial) Teresa supports many of our local Cheverly organizations and heads up the Cheverly Village and has over 28 years of experience. I’d highly recommend checking out her website and booking an appointment. Tell her Lisa sent you!


Teresa Williams, LMT, BCTMB, graduated from Potomac Massage Training Institute in Washington, D.C. in 1989 and taught there for 6 years. Since then, she has maintained a private massage therapy practice in Maryland and Washington, D.C. 
Teresa provides bodywork for stress reduction and relaxation to computer “athletes” as well as traditional athletes. She is Board Certified, the highest voluntary credential in the massage profession. She has advanced training in many therapeutic massage techniques including pregnancy, baby, sports and AIS, myofascial, Lomi Lomi, geriatric, and various energy based therapies. She is interested in providing you with the most useful bodywork that you have ever received. Her palette consists of techniques from time honored massage modalities as well as cutting edge techniques related to our emerging understanding of fascia. Her credentials include: board certification (BCTMB #008845-00), state licensed in Maryland (#M00288), licensed in Washington, DC (#MT1428) and she has been a professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association for over 28 years. She is also a member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals.
Teresa has provided massages for Congress members and their staff, theater and dance professionals including The Shakespeare Theatre Company, governmental agencies including INS, labor unions including AFA, both small and large organizations including AARP, and athletes including Special Olympians, as well as individuals throughout the Washington, D.C. area

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