Massage Therapy

Sallie H. Gentry, LMBT #9113Sallie H. Gentry, LMBT #9113*

Sallie graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and later studied massage therapy at The Baltimore School of Massage, graduating in 2000. Her professional training includes traditional Swedish, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release Therapy. In addition, she has accrued nearly 600 hours of continuing education and enriches her therapeutic studies with an emphasis on Craniosacral Therapy.

Sallie’s proficiency addresses:

  • stress reduction and management
  • acute and chronic pain management
  • pregnancy and post-partum protocols
  • protocols for those with advanced medical conditions, such as cancer and -autoimmune disorders (with a focus on patients with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome)
  • craniosacral therapy (particularly efficacious in addressing head and neck injuries)
  • whole food nutrition, weight management, digestive disorders, emotional aspects of eating


The process of becoming a massage therapist has connected Sallie’s passion for integrative healing, whole food nutrition, art, and spirituality. Sallie brings genuine compassion and envisions each session through a holistic lens.

In 2012, Sallie completed the Masters of Arts in Christian Studies (MACS) at Duke Divinity School, where she explored the intersection of spirituality, theology, creativity, and health.

In 2015 Sallie decided to pursue training to become a Interfaith Spiritual Director. Spiritual Direction is a kind of “spiritual companionship,” where the spiritual director listens attentively, creating a safe space to allow for the freedom of thoughts, fears and wonderings to flow. It’s a way to bounce feelings and thoughts off of a “neutral” companion--no strings attached. It is referred to as “spiritual” because these conversations often involve, or help to identify, the things that mean the most in our lives and empower us to make choices that really support our true self. People seek Spiritual Direction when they are processing a decision but feel a bit stuck; when life seems to be changing (such as a looming retirement or empty nest) and when relationships are changing (illness of a life partner, death, birth! weddings). Sometimes spiritual direction is sought as a “checking in” over time to ensure we are continuing on a healthy path we have committed to.

Additionally Sallie has completed the Duke Integrative Medicine course on Mindfulness Training for Professionals, studying Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and supportive approaches to meditation and mindfulness practices that she can teach to clients and workshop participants.

For more information please visit Sallie’s website: salliegentry.com

Sallie is honored to be part of Partners in Health and Wellness and to have the opportunity to work with such devoted and skilled professionals.

Schedule Your Massage Today!

The new fees are as follows:

  • 60–70 minute massage (90 minute session): $95
  • 90 minute massage (2 hour session): $130
  • 45 minute massage (75 minute session): $65


Packages:

  • 4 60–70 minute massages: $345 (saving ~ 10% on four)
  • 6 60–70 minute massages: $485 (saving ~ 15% on six)
  • ***NEW!!*** 4 90 minute massages: $455 (saving ~ 13% on four)


Contact Sallie at (919) 909-2754 or email [email protected]


Christina P. Hogan LMBTChristina P. Hogan LMBT #16679

Christina graduated from Miller-Motte’s massage therapy program in 2017. During her many years caring for patients as a certified nursing assistant, she witnessed the amazing transformations that massage therapy could have on the critically ill and injured. In 2016 she was able to fulfill a lifelong dream of attending massage therapy school to pursue her passion.

Her training includes traditional Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Therapeutic, Trigger Point, Myofascial Release and Hot Stone therapy.

Christina believes in treating the whole body through diet, exercise, stretching, Chiropractic care and of course massage therapy. She includes multiple forms of range of motion and stretching in her sessions to elongate and soothe over and underworked muscles.

  • 60 minute massage (total time 90 minutes): $60
  • 90 minute massage (total time 2 hours): $90


Schedule Your Massage Today!


*Partners in Health & Wellness and all massage contractors are separate and independent entities.  All services and transactions will remain separate and independent.

Our Location

200 Timberhill Place, Suite 201 | Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Office Hours

Our General Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

1:30 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

By Appointment

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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