Amy Dunlap, LMT
Amy D. has been a practicing massage therapist for 15 years and balances her specialties in Neuromuscular Therapy, Therapeutic deep tissue, Trigger Point Therapy with Reiki Master, Swedish, Myofascial 1 and Cranio-Sacral 1. By continuing her education annually, Amy is furthering her knowledge of the human body.
Amy is passionate about educating her clients and empowering them to take control of their own health and well-being. She has a mindful, nurturing touch and relaxed, professional presence that allows her to work with a variety of clients. Amy has experience working with clients who are recovering from accidents, illness, injuries, chronic pain and stress related pain. A few of Amy’s favorite modalities also include relaxation and pre-natal.
Amy Chapman, LMT
Amy Chapman’s passion for massage therapy began at an early age, when the summer dance camp she attended in 5th grade brought in a massage therapist to train the dancers how to give each other massage during the week of constant dancing. Amy felt an immediate affinity for the work, and brought the techniques home to work on her mother, who suffered from chronic debilitating back pain. In high school Amy worked at a speed and agility clinic alongside some of the premier sports massage therapists and athletic trainers in Portland, OR. In college, she apprenticed at a naturopath and acupuncture clinic where she learned how to implement massage alongside other complementary and alternative therapy. Amy is a graduate from Bozeman’s Healthworks Institute, a 1000 hour program, and pursues a continuing education agenda that far exceeds state requirements. Her main interests and specialties include effective therapeutic work that blends neuromuscular therapy, myofascial release, orthopedic assessment, sports massage, deep tissue, and relaxation techniques. She believes in listening to you and your body and customizing her wide range of approaches to bring
you the most effective relief. When not massaging, Amy can be found running up and down Mt. Sentinel, doing yoga, or jogging along the river trail with her miniature poodle, Poppy.