Amanda Kerfoot

Massage by Amanda

Licensed Massage Therapist / CPT / Owner       (937)545-2840

Amanda has been licensed through the Ohio State Medical Board since 2006, with an associates degree in applied science from Sinclair Community College. She is an active member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) since 2012. Amanda has extensive training and hands on experience in the medical massage field, working with many clients to improve their quality of life. Certifications include Deep Tissue, MET (muscle energy techniques), Craniosacral Therapy, Hot Stone Therapy, and Medi Cupping (Medical Massage Cupping). When Amanda has free time she works with clients as a certified personal trainer and nutrition coach.



Dawn Bryan

A New Day Massage

Licensed Massage Therapist       937-301-6081

Dawn has been licensed through the Ohio State Medical Board since 2006, with an associates degree in applied science for massage and medical assisting through Sinclair Community College. Dawn is trained in Swedish massage, MET (muscle energy techniques), Craniosacral therapy, and Medi Cupping (Medical Massage Cupping).

Emily Faulker

Licensed Massage Therapist       (937)321-9307

Emily graduated from Dayton School of Medical Massage and became a Licensed Massage Therapist by the state of Ohio in January of 2017. She started Refuge Massage Therapy after graduation and it has been her ongoing goal to help each client move and feel better after their massage. Emily specializes in Therapuetic Deep Tissue Massage, Hot Stone Therapy, Sports Massage, and Cupping Therapy.

 Popular Procedures

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage aimed at the deeper structures such as the muscle and fascia, also called connective tissue. Deep tissue massage uses many of the same movements and techniques as Sweedish Massage but the pressure will generally be more intense.

Medi-Cupping

Medi Cupping , also known as Medical Massage Cupping and Vaccum Therapy uses glass cups to divert blood, debris, and toxins out of the tissues. We then move the stagnation through the lymphatic system to remove it from the body.

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