Kelly Scott, LMT, RTT, NCTMB Provider
Studio Co-Owner, Director of Healing Arts
Kelly’s education and study has been a journey of continuous unfolding to reach her authentic self, with a focus on Thai yoga massage, Dynamic Thai and Osteo-Thai. The privilege of learning from many versatile and well seasoned teachers in Costa Rica and Thailand adds depth to her private practice and classrooms.
Kelly’s approach, infusing Thai yoga and Osteo-Thai principals, is an amazing blend of powerful bodywork, creative movement, and well-seasoned compassionate intuition. This is an extremely valuable methodology for anyone interested in acquiring deeper insight into the vast complexity of body, mind, and spirit. This work has the natural ability to transform lives, to bring balance and well-being for everybody.
Her work assists in the healing journey of chronic and acute pain.
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Jennifer is honored and delighted to bring almost 20 years of experience offering Women Therapeutic Massage, Prenatal and Postpartum massage, Infant Massage, Thai Massage, Ayurvedic Massage, and Hot Stone Massage to a practice devoted entirely to Women.
Jennifer earned a B.A. in Dance from Washington University in St. Louis in 1997. An injury while in school led her to receive bodywork for the first time, and after experiencing it’s profound benefits, she decided to pursue a career in massage. She attended Boulder College of Massage Therapy in Boulder, Colorado in 1998, where she learned a wide variety of modalities including Shiatsu, Swedish Massage, Injury Rehab for Dancers and Athletes, Treatment for Repetitive Use Injuries, Whiplash Treatment, Reflexology, and Hot Stone Massage. The birth of her 2 children led to her interest in Prenatal, Postpartum, and Infant Massage. Jennifer is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor. Her ever deepening practice and study of Yoga also led her to complete continuing education in Thai Massage and Ayurvedic Massage.
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Shelagh moved to Knoxville on January 1st, 2005. Since then she has stayed busy completing her bachelors in fine arts at UTK, worked as an Americorps member at Beardsley farm, volunteered for the city as a bicycle ambassador, and started a puppetry arts nonprofit. She prepared to be a nurse for two years but eventually settled on massage as the best way to help members of her community maintain their health and happiness.
Shelagh attended Tennessee School of Therapeutic Massage from 2015-2016. She has been practicing massage since the spring of 2016 in the downtown Knoxville area. She enjoys working with clients suffering from head, neck and shoulder pain, migraine sufferers or anyone who needs healing and relaxation. Shelagh incorporates the problem solving, observational skills, and intuition from her life as a visual artist combined with years of studying anatomy to provide a holistic healing experience with the customized massages she offers.
Shelagh is a Usui and Holy Fire II Karuna Reiki Master. She incorporates energy work into all of her massages. She offers massage-reiki combination sessions, as well as relaxation and deep tissue work.
Whitney was born and raised in Southern Georgia, and while she has also lived in the mountains of North Carolina, the deserts of Nevada, and the great state of Colorado, she considers Knoxville, Tennessee her home. She has worked at Glowing Body for some time, and she graduated from Arbor College – School of Massage in May of 2017. Whitney always felt compelled to help others, and she is grateful to have found an artistic and healing way in which to do so. Her massage approach can be described as slow, steady, and strong. She incorporates a combination of Deep Tissue, Swedish, and Thai techniques along with energy work to create a relaxing yet effective massage for each client. She believes client care and comfort is of the utmost importance, and her goal is to reduce pain and stress while subtly increasing the client’s body awareness. Whitney recently completed Level 1 training in Grief MassageSM and is peacefully inspired to help those who are experiencing loss. To schedule a Grief Massage or get more information about this type of work, please contact her personally by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She looks forward to continuing her Grief Massage education and study of other bodywork modalities in order to grow her practice and better serve the community.
Cynthia moved to Knoxville in 2008 to begin her BA in Urban Studies at Johnson University. After graduation, she decided to settle in East Tennessee and soon felt called to study massage therapy. Her friends and family encouraged her to pursue this calling and to deepen the ways she helped and cared for others. In 2017 Cynthia relocated to Asheville to study at the Asheville School of Massage and Yoga where she learned to look at massage and the body holistically. After graduating in March of 2018, Cynthia had the opportunity to continue her studies in Asheville through the Extended Study Program. Though she had a transformative time in Asheville, she was drawn back to her community in Knoxville.
Through her studies, Cynthia has developed an interest in deep tissue, trigger point, and myofascial massage. She especially enjoys working to release both chronic and acute physical pain, and also holds space for the release of pain that is more emotional or mental. She looks forward to deepening her practice at The Glowing Body.
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Poohqi Chelle began her healing arts journey in 2007 at Heritage Institute in Jacksonville, FL. After graduating and becoming licensed in the state of Florida in 2009, she began working right away in a high-volume clinic. The experience allowed her to experience the effects of the practice first-hand. She continued to develop a deep passion for the healing process and became excited to see that we can participate in OUR OWN healing journey. Equipped with the understanding that healing starts from within, and ready to continue her journey toward spreading awareness, she moved back to her hometown of Knoxville, TN and became licensed here in 2015.
Poohqi Chelle’s mission is to be an instrument for mass-healing so that wellness becomes ingrained in our society; she hopes to lead the charge by example. She is always exploring new and different approaches to wellness, and is looking forward to establishing nurturing and productive relationships along the way.
Kim believes bodywork is a means to being in deliberate relationship with oneself. Sessions are tailored to address client’s needs, including the holistic perspective that body, mind, and spirit are inseparable. Expect her to create a session that addresses aches and pains, with suggestions on how to carry over new movement patterns and self care techniques into day-to-day life. Kim will use her understanding of movement and mindfulness in the therapeutic touch she offers, and will empower you to live better in your body.
Kim has been teaching yoga since 2007 and successfully completed two 200 hour Yoga Alliance teacher trainings, as well as hundreds of hours of continuing education and independent study in the areas of anatomy/physiology, therapeutic application of yoga, philosophy, meditation, and more recently in Thai Yoga Massage with Kelly Scott, LMT, RTT. She completed her certification in massage therapy at Asheville School of Massage & Yoga in September, 2018 and currently practices Thai Yoga Massage with private clients at Glowing Body.
Kim has taught yoga at Glowing Body since the studio opened in 2008, served as studio manager for several years, and bought the studio along with Kelly Scott in 2017. Glowing Body has become an integral part of her development as a person and a professional, and she takes great pride in facilitating the continued success of the studio.
In addition to teaching Yoga, Kim holds a Master’s of Science degree and has worked as a Speech Language Pathologist in hospitals since 2010. Her experiences in healthcare connect her passion for holistic wellness with allopathic approaches, lending to a balanced understanding of how we may influence our health.
• It is understood that massage therapy is intended for relaxation, and it is not meant to diagnose, treat or remedy any illness, disease, injury, physical condition or mental disorder.
• Except in cases of emergency, I agree to pay for all sessions which are not cancelled at least 24 hours in advance.
• Massage therapy is strictly non-sexual. Under extenuating circumstances, either party reserves the right to
immediately terminate the session.
• Practice of all forms of massage therapy is subject to local laws and ordinances.