Meet Our Therapists
Sarah O. Harris, LMBT
In 2016, she graduated from The Medical Arts School where she studied different
modalities of massage, the importance of anatomy, client care, and self care.
Today, Sarah uses modalities such as Swedish massage, Deep Tissue massage,
Trigger Point Release, Reflexology, Cupping and Muscle Release Therapy for
the individualized treatment plan of clients. Sarah also believes it is important to
educate her clients and help them understand what may be causing the
symptoms the client is having, implementing stretches, and ways
to reduce repetitive motions. She is also a Medical Reiki II practitioner,
which uses hands-on energy healing to promote the client’s emotional
or physical healing.Sarah’s interest in learning massage started
at a young age, with her mother reading and learning about
massage, pain reduction, and self care. Through the years, her desire to help others increased. Combined with her knowledge, techniques, and empathy,
Sarah has been able to help her clients relieve pain for longer periods of time.
Sally Paul, LMBT#18039
(works with women only)
I have been passionate about helping women through massage and bodywork for over 10 years. With a background in dance and soccer, my love of movement inspired me to become a certified yoga and Pilates instructor. My focus was to empower my students to achieve optimal health through physical movement and deep breathing, while working on the body’s alignment and posture.
This journey eventually led me to discover the amazing healing art of Thai Bodywork and pursue a certification from the
Thai Institute of Healing Arts in 2009.
After moving to North Carolina five years ago, I decided to establish
a career as a licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist.
I’m grateful for the opportunity to assist women with improved
mobility and reduced stress.
I specialize in Deep Tissue, Swedish, Trigger Point, Myofascial, Gua Sha, and Thai Massage. Each session is tailored to a woman and her specific needs, which may include aftercare protocols such as stretches, mobility exercises and self-massage. My goal has always been to provide a compassionate
and holistic approach to treating women.
I love camping adventures with my husband, hiking, swimming,
Pilates, reading, and playing with my sweet kitties,
BMO (for all you ‘Adventure Time’ fans), Hannah,
and my beloved pup, Izzybelle.
Kimberly Graham, NC LMBT #19000
As a massage therapist, I serve many people who live with chronic pain and illness, those recovering from injury or surgery, and athletes working toward fitness goals. Partnering with folks to reduce tension, regain mobility, and improve their lives is extremely gratifying. I am continuously amazed by the transformative power of massage therapy to reduce stress and pain as well as aid in overall wellness.
I am certified in a variety of massage techniques including pre/postnatal, deep tissue, trigger point, sports, cupping, Swedish, Himalayan stones, and percussive therapy.
I am a Reiki Master Teacher and also have training in oncology massage
and manual lymphatic drainage.
One of my great joys is motherhood and nurturing other mamas on their motherhood journeys. Supporting mothers with massage as they care for their families
and bring life into the world is truly an honor.
Massage therapy during pregnancy is not only relaxing but also can relieve back and leg pain, reduce swelling and edema, and reduce stress/improve mood.
I strive to cultivate a healthy community by providing integrative massage sessions with a focus on caring, holistic support tailored to each person’s individual needs. I provide home care recommendations in partnership with folks to focus holistically on wellness and nurturing the body’s natural ability to heal.
I have a great appreciation and love of the natural world and enjoy spending time outside locally and at the beach or the mountains with friends and family. I also enjoy good food and cooking for my loved ones.
I am a licensed massage and bodywork therapist in North Carolina since July 2020. I am a South Carolina Native. I’ve called Middlesex North Carolina home for over 30 years. I am a U.S. Army Veteran. I spent 13 years in the military. Massage therapy has become my love.
I specialize in Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Gua Sha, Cupping, and Neuromuscular Therapy.
I work on people that are suffering from chronic pain such as migraines, TMJD, headaches, or injuries. In my leisure time I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, and traveling.
I also love taking pictures, swimming, and listening to music.
I love massage and to help alleviate your pain.
Jennifer Tollefsrud, LMBT
My name is Jennifer Tollefsrud and I am a licensed massage and bodywork therapist in North Carolina, and I have owned and operated my own massage therapy clinic in Clayton, NC since 2015.
I have been married to my best friend since 1993, and we have two of the smartest, kindest, most beautiful children to walk the planet.
I have lived with chronic pain, RA, severe food allergies, and fibromyalgia since the early 90's. In the 2000's, I was diagnosed with Celiac and Hashimoto's.
This led me down the road to discovering massage and what a powerful tool it can be in managing chronic conditions. I am trained multiple techniques, such as
Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports, Neuromuscular Therapy, Orthopedic Massage, Craniofacial Massage, Oncology Massage, Cupping, Gua Sha, and Prenatal Massage. I work with people suffering from chronic pain such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, migraines, headaches, TMJD, or injuries.
My techniques are also very helpful for people with stress, anxiety, and PTSD .
I have a compassionate and empathetic approach that
promotes overall wellness of a client.
*Jennifer is not currently accepting new clients