About the Practitioner
Kristin Miller (CMT & OWNER) and Jason Miller (Co-Owner)
Institute of Therapuetic Massage (ITM)
The Skill of Massage --- The Art of Healing
Kristin graduated ITM with a Certificate in Massage Therapy. She started her career in a Chiropactors office and familiarized herself with the field. Kristin soon branched off and opened Massage Techniques in Newton, NJ. Kristin became a massage therapist to promote the well-being of the average person. She enjoy's spending time with her clients and provides them with the best care that her training and experience has provided. Her specialty is NECK AND SHOULDER MASSAGE. She looks forward to providing a service to the residents of Sussex County that is equivalent to a luxury spa at an affordable price.
MARIA KAJOGO (CMT)
Dean’s at Dover Business College
Maria is a professional massage therapist who has been studying the art and healing of therapeutic massage therapy since 2005. She graduated on the Dean’s at Dover Business College with a certificate from their Massage for Wellness program in 2006. She specializes in Deep Tissue and Swedish massage. She firmly believes in the healing power of this work and her touch. She is currently an active member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She strives to provide and effective treatment through confident touch by listening, learning and being mindful of each individuals needs while providing a professional, safe and relaxed environment.
Cortiva Institute of MassageTherapy
Mike graduated with honors from Cortiva Institute of Massage Therapy in Wall, NJ. With a mechanical background in auto mechanics and computer science, he approaches the human body as the most efficient and complex mechanism in history. Each massage is tailored to fit the clients needs through communication and attention to detail. Techniques ranging from trigger-point therapy to myofascial release are used to relieve pain, reduce stress, improve posture, and increase circulation. Advanced stretching techniques improve clients range of motion and activities of daily life. Deep tissue work is achieved through increasing circulation to the targeted area first. This minimizes discomfort during the session, as well as the days following. He has relieved pain in several clients that has tormented them for years. It is never too late to receive the benefits of massage.