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From relaxation, to assisting you on the road to recovery from injury, find balance through massage and wellness at Lake Norman's most reputable Massage Therapy and Wellness Studio

If you are looking for a massage in Huntersville, NC, Cornelius, Davidson, or Mooresville then call today as we are now accepting new clients.

Massage therapy provides many more benefits beyond relaxation and rejuvenation to the body, mind, and spirit. With years of hands-on experience helping clients to achieve a healthy lifestyle, our team of Professional Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapists and Wellness Instructors, are all professionally trained to help you reduce stress and pain, decrease depression, increase circulation, and more.

For relaxation and stress reduction try a Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Prenatal Massage, or Reiki/Chakra Balancing/Energy Work. Sports enthusiasts – get your body back in balance with Sports Massage/Stretching, Myofascial Release, Kinesio Taping, and Neuromuscular and Structural Bodywork. We also assist with Chronic Pain and Soft Tissue Injury.

We are also here to support you with Mindfulness Meditation and Healthy Living Support.

Bring back and maintain Harmony & Balance in your hectic life on a regular basis by being a part of our Harmony & Balance Wellness Club. This monthly program has no time commitment and is the perfect way maintain a regular schedule of monthly massage therapy appointments, to keep you on track and feeling your best.

Book online for 60 or 90 minutes of monthly well-being today, or call 704.997.5966.


Mindful Meditation
Family Counseling
Nutrition Counseling
Yoga and Mindfulness Retreats and Workshops

Massage & Wellness Services


30 Minute Wellbeing Session $35
60 Minutes $70
90 Minutes $100
120 Minutes $130

60 Minute Prenatal Massage $85

Enjoy additional monthly savings by joining our Harmony & Balance Wellness Club
$58 (60 Minute) $88 (90 Minute)

AromaTherapy: $5 per session
Reiki: 30 Minute session with your massage $25
Time: 30 additional minutes $30



The lymphatic system plays a vital role in your body’s ability to fight off infections. The spleen, thymus, lymph nodes and glands function as filters. They trap viruses, toxins and other unwanted materials before they can infect the rest of the body. MLD is a light hands on touch stimulating lymph flow, at the same time engaging the immune and parasympathetic nervous system creating a deep relaxing experience. The body is like a river, receiving manual lymphatic drainage helps keep the channels open and the flow going. Some common signs that your lymphatic system could use a boost: Arthritis, Skin conditions, Digestive disorders, Frequent headaches, Sinus infections, Excess weight, Chronic fatigue, lymphedema. Our body has 3xs more lymph than blood but has no organ to cause circulation. Manual Lymphatic Drainage by a trained therapist is one of the many ways to boost the lymphatic system to help your body do what it’s already capable of.

30 minutes: $40
60 minutes: $75


Myofascial release is a manipulative treatment that attempts to release tension in the fascia due to trauma, posture, or inflammation. Connective tissues called fascia, surround the muscles, bones, nerves, and organs of the body. Points of restriction in the fascia can place a great deal of pressure on nerves and muscles causing chronic pain. There are several techniques that may be applied for myofascial release including long stretching strokes meant to balance tissue and muscle mechanics and improve joint range of motion, skin/tissue “rolling”, or other means that include certain tools to be utilized during the session, all in order to relieve pain. This modality is often integrated in to a typical massage therapy session as needed. Ask your therapist if it’s right for you.





swedish massageThe most common, well known type of massage. Long, slow massage strokes releases tension and promotes relaxation by calming the nervous system.




deep tissue massageA deeper massage where the therapist applies more pressure. Working deeper into the muscle tissue to relieve chronic muscle tension and pain, this method is effective in loosening areas of tightness and “knots” in the tissues.




neuromuscular massageOften called NMT, this is a specialized form of deep tissue, releasing areas of strain or restriction and is often “area specific”. NMT addresses trigger points and referral pain, postural distortions, nerve compression, often injury specific.




Sports massageThis type of massage encourages muscle repair and releases built is tension and lactic acid in overworked muscles due to training. Alleviates muscle tension and inflammation post-event and provides warm up to loosen muscles for pre-event.




kinesio tapingKinesio Taping is designed to facilitate the body’s healing process while supporting and stabilizing muscles and joints. It does not restrict muscular range of motion, but rather optimizes performance, while reducing pain.

Kinesio Taping $10/each area



A deeply relaxing experience, where the energy in the body (also called “chi”) is balanced through a very light-touch method, “laying on hands”, by a trained Reiki Practitioner, addressing the chakras and the life force energy flow.





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Wellness Workshops

Available spots are limited. Call 704.997.5966 for more information and to reserve your spot!


Mindfulness and Gratitude – The Basics

Essential Oils Workshop – A new topic every 2nd Saturday of each month

Stretch, Breathe and Roll with Jackie – by appointment only



Is your mind in need of a workout to better manage the stresses and constant outside stimulation of our modern world?

More and more science and research is coming our way about the powerful benefits of Mindfulness Meditation and the direct positive effect it can have on our day-to-day life.

Become aware of your awareness! Gatherings will include a guided body scan and meditation. As well as breath work, discussion, and refreshments.

All levels of meditation experience and all ages are welcome!

This is a donation based class and space is limited so please RSVP in advance – call 704.997.5966.

Health Benefits of Massage and Wellness

There are many more benefits to the body, mind and spirit that massage therapy provides, beyond relaxation and rejuevanation. The obvious whole body benefits include reducing stress and pain, decreasing depression, increasing circulation, attentiveness,neuromuscular function and vigor, enhancing the immune function, improving sleep, mood, body image and lifestyle habits and increasing physical well-being. What you may not know is the many other benefits on other systems of the body:

Muscular System and Connective Tissue: Relieves muscle tension, soreness and fatigue (Note: a fatigued muscle recuperates 20% after 5 minutes of rest and 100% after 5 minutes of massage), increases range of motion, improves performance, balance and posture, lengthens and re-educates muscles memory (neuromuscular re-education), tones weak muscles and reduces the appearance of cellulite and improves scar formation.

Nervous and Endocrine System: Reduces stress, anxiety and stress hormone levels (Cortisol, Norepinephrine, Epinephrine, etc..), increases good hormone levels (Dopamine, Serotonin), changes brain wave activity to promote relaxation, decreases pain and depression.

Cardiovascular System: Improves circulation and dilates blood vessels, decreases blood pressure, promotes removal of waste products from the tissues, replenishes nutritive materials to tissues, reduces heart and pulse rate, increases oxygen saturated blood, and increases red and white blood cell count.

Lymphatic and Immune Systems: Promotes lymph circulation, reduces inflammation and edema (swelling), increases lyphocyte count, and increases the number and function of natural killer cells (strengthens immune system).


Massage Therapists

Our LMBTs (Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapists) have had an additional 150 hours of professional training over the North Carolina Massage and Bodywork Licensing Board’s required 500 hours. All are certified in Neuromuscular and Structural Bodywork Therapy and must continue their education every years to maintain their license. Our Wellness instructors have had hours of training and practice in their areas of expertise as well.

We all share a common vision: to help you improve your overall health and wellbeing through integrative therapies and stress management tools, creating Harmony & Balance in your everyday life.

Jacqueline Murray, LMBT NC #9621

Jacqueline Murray, LMBT NC #9621

Jackie has been a licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist since 2008 and has helped many clients with chronic pain due to soft tissue injuries and other medical conditions.

It was Jackie’s own experience with chronic pain due to previous motor vehicle accidents, that led her to seek out massage therapy as a means of improving her mobility and managing her pain. After only 2 treatments, Jackie experienced the relief she had hoped for after years of discomfort, and knew immediately she wanted to help others with similar injuries.

She studied Massage and Bodywork Therapy at The Edmund-Morgan School of Neuromuscular Therapy, in Cornelius, North Carolina. With 650 training hours initially, Jackie graduated at the top of her class. She has continued her classroom hours since being licensed, with hands-on training in Sports Massage, Kinesio Taping, further Neuromuscular Therapy and Postural Assessment Training, Massage for Arthritic Clients, Hot Stone Massage, Reiki, Prenatal, and so on. Her practical skills have developed by practicing in various different settings, including a clinical setting with a local Doctor of Chiropractic.

Jackie has developed a reputation in the area as a specialist for treating soft tissue, chronic pain cases with Neuromuscular and Deep Tissue Techniques. She has created a strong following of clients through continued referrals, both from clients as well as other professionals in the Lake Norman Region such as Chiropractors and Physical Therapists.

Jackie continues to be committed to her clients, to help them improve their overall health and well being through various massage modalities, as well as incorporating other supports and Wellness models. In addition, she is a Level II Reiki Practitioner, and organizes a small group for a weekly Mindfulness Meditation practice. She treats clients with warm, caring compassion, listening carefully to their concerns and needs, and develops a treatment plan together with her client. Jackie has treated clients from the young age of 4 through 84.

Originally from Buffalo, NY and South Florida, Jackie has lived in the Lake Norman area for over 14 years. She has 3 teenage children, who have always been actively involved in strenuous sports. She has enjoyed helping them, as well as their team mates over the years, using her expertise, to assist with injuries and muscle discomfort.

Not accepting new clients at this time.

Charlie Shiflett

Charlie Shiflett

Charlie is a graduate of The Southeastern Institute, where his training in Neuromuscular Therapy and Bodywork was clinically focused. He has since furthered his education earning the certification in Medical Massage. He has worked in various clinical settings since receiving his license, and uses extensive skills, knowledge, and experience to customize each session to the client’s needs. His main goal when working with clients is listening to the clients concerns, understanding their needs, and using that insight along with the challenge of “hearing” what the body needs as he works with each individual.

Charlie works from a place of deep compassion, empathy and understanding, as it has been his own experience with holistic medicine and alternative healing therapies that helped him through four difficult years of battling cancer. In fact, holistic medicine and alternative therapies provided the first sense of relief from his pain and discomfort of the disease. He has always had a heart and “calling” for serving others, and wanted to “give back” after surviving the ordeal himself. Charlie spends countless hours furthering his knowledge and skills about the dysfunctions of the human body and how he can best apply his experience and knowledge to help and ultimately increase healing in his clients.

Tori Trinks, LMBT NC #15884

Tori Trinks, LMBT NC #15884

Tori loves maintaining an optimal quality of life naturally and enjoys helping others with the same throughout their wellness journey. She has always been interested in healthy living using natural and holistic methods. Coming from a line of healthcare professionals, she knew that she wanted to help people in some way, but with less invasive practices; no pharmaceuticals or surgery. Her interest led her to the NC Massage School, which had a program that encouraged a balancing of the body, as well as the mind and spirit. Here she learned techniques for Swedish massage, myofascial release, and neuromuscular therapy along with Qigong exercises such as Tai Chi, meditation, and Reiki. She has worked in both a relaxing spa environment, and a clinical Chiropractic setting, and enjoys blending the experiences to form the most effective treatment.

Tori’s approach to the body is client specific. Starting by learning what the wellness goals are, then assessing work, rest, and play patterns to find the root causes of their pain or discomfort. She enjoys assisting people on their path to body awareness and bringing them to a healthier space with both muscles and mind.

Laura Troyer, LMBT NC #18360

Laura Troyer, LMBT NC #18360

Laura is fascinated by massage and its complex effects on the mind, soul and body. She began studying the healing art of massage in 2016 and graduated from Lancaster School of Massage in 2017. With knowledge of the body’s natural self-healing process Laura helps each client experience new freedom in their body by applying an integrated massage. Utilizing her myofascial techniques she helps the client’s body deeply unwind from undesired tension. Working with the parasympathetic nervous system in this way she gets the same results as those who believe in the idiom “no pain, no gain”. Laura has also studied the lymphatic system and is certified for Manual Lymph Drainage. She’s worked with clients suffering from Fibromyalgia symptoms and Parkinson’s and helped alleviate their pain.

Laura is passionate about all aspects of living a healthy lifestyle. She enjoys cooking with fresh local produce, barefoot hikes with her husband, and mindful body movement to start the morning. Her hope is to inspire humanity to live out the best possible versions of themselves.


We are centrally located in the Lake Norman area in the heart of historic Cornelius, with easy access from Huntersville, Davidson, Mooresville, Denver, Concord and North Charlotte.




19428 Zion Street
Cornelius, NC 28031


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If you are looking for a massage in Huntersville, NC, Cornelius, Davidson, or Mooresville then call today as we are now accepting new clients - 704.997.5966 Monday - Saturday.

Easily serving residents wanting a Cornelius massage or Huntersville massge because we are right at the edge of both towns!

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