Wynne D. Demas, LMT, CNT

After graduating from college with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology, Wynne D. (pronounced "Wendy") worked professionally in Corporate Fitness and Cardiac Rehab before earning her license in Massage Therapy.  She worked for Memorial Hospital as a Massage Therapist for 9 years before opening her own private practice, BodyWisdom in 2008.

Wynne D. is certified in Neuromuscular Therapy which can significantly help in the relief of chronic pain due to injury or other chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia, etc.  She has training in Lymphatic Drainage, European Kinetic Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue and Swedish as well as other modalities.

Wynne D is a proponent of massage for relieving physical as well as emotional stress and strongly believes in massage as a viable modality for enhancing overall health and well being.


Bethany Dillard, LMT

Bethany became interested in massage therapy while living in San Francisco. A close friend had to undergo reconstructive surgery on his hips and suffered from severe chronic pain. She discovered how powerful and effective massage was in relieving his pain.

She graduated from the Chattanooga Massage Institute in 2004. She was then trained in Neuromuscular Therapy, Reflexology, and European Kinetic Massage and specializes in Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish, Sports, Deep Tissue, and Hot Stone Massage.

She has worked in private practice, massage studios, chiropractic and spa settings. Her goal is to release trigger points, fascial restrictions, and stagnant energy, reducing stress, chronic pain and helping with injury rehabilitation. She enjoys helping her clients discover deeper physical balance and self awareness.


Robyn Baxter, LMT

While pursuing her BS in Exercise Science, Robyn became interested in massage therapy through her studies of injury treatment and facilitated stretching. She earned her massage therapy license from the Natural Health Institute in Nashville in 2010. Since that time, Robyn has practiced in both Nashville and Chattanooga spas, and has broadened her therapeutic approach to include neuromuscular and trigger point therapy, sports massage, hot stone, and healing energy work, such as reiki.

Robyn believes that therapeutic touch significantly contributes to the marriage of physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. Her technique incorporates both the scientific and healing artistic aspects of massage, which aims to address all areas of her clients' specific needs. 



Jennie has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for 14 years, earning her license from Olympia Trade School in Kalamazoo, Michigan. After practicing for 4 years in a health food store setting, Jennie opened the Holistic House, a large center dedicated to holistic healing. From there she sold the business and moved to Colorado where she learned Energy and Intuitive work as well as worked with other advanced healers in California, Denver and Boulder. This expanded her vision of a multilayered healing experience. She learned that to fully heal, one must heal from many different angles. 

Her training includes deep tissue and relaxation techniques, trigger point, Swedish, energy work and aromatherapy. Her specialty is deep tissue and relaxation massage with emotional, physical and spiritual health tips paired with Universal energy work. A session with her can range from a basic relaxation to a deep tissue massage with emotional release. It would not be uncommon to add a few crystals and essential oils to the session as it brings in a lovely healing frequency. 


Leah Shugart, LMT, RYT 500

As Leah began her personal healing journey of yoga in 2013, she found a desired interest in the healing art of massage therapy. The more internal diving she did, the more she began to accept that her dharma, or karmic duty, was to provide healing to others. In 2014, she completed her first 200 hour yoga teacher training with Jessica Jollie of Chattanooga, where she learned how mindfully moving the body with breath can drastically change an individual’s overall well being. That same year, she graduated from Chattanooga State's massage therapy program, where she learned modalities such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Aromatherapy, Hot Stone and Reiki healing.

Since then, she's practiced privately as well as in a fast past clinic setting, and furthered her training in massage with deep tissue and myofascial workshops.  She also spent the first 6 weeks of 2017 studying yoga in the jungles of Costa Rica with Passion Yoga school, and obtained her 500 hour yoga teacher training.

Leah's massage practice is rooted in her knowledge and practice of the yoga tradition, allowing for a nourishing session of the mind, body and spirit. Her sessions can incorporate breath work, stretching and potentially even homework. She also offers private, personalized yoga classes to help promote the healing affects of your massage.