Amy D. is a Licensed Massage Therapist who is here to help with any pain or injury that you might have had and is focused on you over all well-being. Amy attended the Yellowstone Insitute of Massage Therapy and holds her Associates Degree is Neuromuscular Applied Sciences. She specializes in sports medicine, deep tissue muscle manipulation, Swedish massage and sports massage.
Amy Loves spending her free time with her family and friends, but most of all her two children. She feels this is why its important to have your wellness and best personal interest in mind so you can live your life with your loved ones and not with pain.
Her favorite words to live by are “I dream my painting and I paint my dream.”
-Vincent van Gogh
I was raised in North Dakota, where I attended Bismarck State College. I graduated with my Associates in Arts. I then moved to Montana in order to go to Rocky Mountain School of Massage. I enjoy doing deep tissue, Swedish, and hot stone massages. I love massage because there is always something new to learn.
I like to spend my time away from the office with my friends, grandparents, and my cat. Billings is a new place to me, but I cannot wait to experience all that it has to offer!
Cheryl G. Schiavon has been a massage therapist since graduating with honors from Montana Institute of Massage Therapy in 2007. Her specialties include deep tissue, therapeutic massage and all that entails but also offers a very invigorating albeit relaxing Swedish massage. She enjoys her career most when clients are confused by an ache, pain or tightness and would like her to ‘find it and fix it’. She also holds certification in Practical Movement therapy, Neuromuscular therapy and Reiki levels one and two.
Cheryl loves what the state of Montana has to offer year round, but especially enjoys the months when she can hop on her road bike and cycle for hours. When cycling out in the countryside with very little distraction she knows it’s the best place to get her cerebral work done!
People often ask her why she chose massage as a career and her answer is quite simple…it’s one of the few occupations where a person can relieve pain and discomfort without the aid of pills or surgeries. Helping people to feel better and in turn, live better makes her chosen career path a keeper.