Denise McKenna, a certified massage therapist (CMT) and owner of Sacred Space has been providing healing touch through bodywork and massage since 2005. She provides massage services exclusively for women at her peaceful and safe home studio in Milton, Vermont. Denise is also a Reiki practitioner and often combines massage with the energy work for clients.
Denise will tailor the bodywork and massage to your needs each session. A variety of healing bodywork techniques are provided: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Cranial Therapy, Reiki, Reflexology and other modalities. She regularly attends classes and receives additional training to keep her CMT status, and enjoys sharing new healing techniques and wellness tips with her clients. Denise is available for onsite Chair Massages for local businesses, schools and special events. She has worked with people suffering from anxiety, headaches, Fibromyalgia, muscle tension, Multiple Sclerosis, depression, painful joints, Scoliosis, Arthritis, athletic strains, Asthma and everyday stress.
The room, Sacred Space, is surrounded with beautiful healing crystals, which can even be found underneath the massage table. Clients often enjoy viewing them during their session. Denise believes crystal energy plays a part in the peacefulness of the room. The crystals support each client's healing session. Before each client's session, Denise calls in the client's Higher Self and celestial helpers asking them to provide a healing for the individual for their body, mind and spirit. She also intuitively receives a color(s) for the client before the session, which represents the client's chakra(s) that need a healing. She then sets the room with roses and a lotus flower in spirit in these same color(s) which provides the client with healings as soon as the client enters Sacred Space. Sacred Space is also decorated with the Kokopelli.
Who was Kokopelli? He is known as a fertility god, healer, story teller and prankster. He is a sacred figure to many Southwestern Native Americans. Denise has a strong attraction for Indian artwork and southwestern design.