We are located in the historic village of Cranbury in the De Hart Building circa 1845, across the street from the Post Office.
Nancy Sheehan founded Cranbury Therapeutic Massage in 1995 with the belief that regular massage therapy can be a powerfully relaxing and centering experience that contributes to lasting improvements in health, balance and awareness. Her clinical training and experience qualify her as an expert in dealing with a wide variety of muscular conditions.
Some of the responses we hear from clients:
“The best massage I ever had”
“My pain is totally gone”
“The highlight of my week”
“Can I stay here?”
Nancy Sheehan, LMT
Nancy is a graduate of International School of Massage Therapy, San Francisco, CA (Class of 1988). She received her BA in Environmental Studies from Alfred University (1979) and is certified with the California School of Herbal Studies (1985) and as an Integral Yoga Teacher (1982). Nancy has studied Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Shiatsu Institute of San Francisco and is certified in Traditional Thai Naud Bo Rarn Massage at the Institute of Traditional Thai Massage in Chaing Mai, Thailand. She is a student of Wise Woman Herbal Healing in Woodstock, NY.
She has traveled extensively – 82 countries so far! She has been a staff member aboard Lindblad Expedition cruises to the Antarctic, the Arctic and places in between. She traveled to the Mt. Everest base camp in Nepal and studied with His Holiness the Dali Llama in Ladahk, India. Nancy has studied with Yogacharaya BKS Iyengar (1994, 2000) and with Sri K Pattabi Jois (1994) in India.
Nancy keeps abreast of new theories and practices in massage and manual therapy by studying with notable teachers in the field including Tom Myers, Doug Nelson, James Waleski, Aaron Mattes, Tom Hendrickson, and Whitney Lowe. Nancy enjoys active outdoor sports such as hiking, biking and swimming. While she enjoys singing, she is the first to admit that she is unable to carry a tune!
Rachel Weiss, LMT
Rachel finds giving massage almost as relaxing as receiving it. She values the body and mind’s need to balance activity with rest, allowing one to return to homeostasis and wellness.
A licensed massage therapist, Rachel works with a variety of clients and her massage style is one of subtle intensity. Her hands see beyond skin; molding, reconnecting, and reminding. Her work inspires a sense of renewal to restore optimum function throughout the body. She allows the body to de-stress, helps alleviate discomfort from fibromyalgia and other chronic pains, tendonitis and tendonosis. She integrates neuromuscular massage, deep tissue, Swedish massage, pregnancy massage and geriatric massage.
Prior to graduating from Gentle Healing School of Massage, Rachel earned a B.A. in Accounting from West Chester University and a Masters of Business Administration from Penn State University. She changed her career to massage therapy simply because, after incorporating massage as part of her wellness regiment, she realized the healing power of touch.
Joanne Consolo, LMT
Joanne specializes in Swedish relaxation massage. Nothing relaxes and soothes like massage therapy from a practitioner who truly cares about their clients. Joanne takes massage to a completely different level. You will leave the session feeling balanced and potentially better than you have in years.
Joanne graduated from Gentle Healing School of Massage in 2013, and previously she was a cosmetologist. She now enjoys having the opportunity as a massage therapist to share her passion for health and wellness with her clients. Massage is a very powerful method of tapping into the body-mind connection and reminds one to be aware of daily habits that might be inefficient at best. She strives to provide the best possible experience and therapeutic relief to her clients.
Dana Von Schilling graduated from Cortiva Massage School in 2015 and has been practicing therapeutic massage in a medical setting since. She integrates Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point and myofascial release to best meet the individual needs of her clients.
Believing that massage is both science and art, Dana strives to continually develop her understanding of the human body and discover new techniques and modalities. At the same time, she practices yoga and meditation to deepen her intuitive capacity. When knowledge, experience and feeling come together, the result is a well-crafted, versatile and amazing massage experience!
A lifelong learner, Dana studied Social Science at Ramapo College and Biological Anthropology at Hunter CUNY. These experiences are more relevant to massage than you would think! She also enjoys hiking, kayaking, strategy games and, of course, being a mom.