Millennial Massage and Bodywork

Licensed Massage Therapist

Evelyn Hawley

My sister started me on my ‘massage and bodywork’ path at a very early age – getting me to walk on her back!! We practiced massage on each other for years! It was only after my children were nearly grown that I acted on the old idea that ‘If I ever went back to work, I’d become a massage therapist’.

I looked into the various massage programs available and decided to attend Renaissance College of Therapeutic Massage in Bountiful which has an added focus on cranial-sacral therapy and hands-on eastern modalities. I graduated in December of 2013 and have 8 years of experience doing massage and bodywork.
I love my job! I get to help people feel better! I get to nurture and teach and support them in their healing journey. There is so much healing needed in the world, and I get to be a part of it!

My Styles of Massages

Massage oil or cream is used with smooth, gliding strokes. Swedish massage uses firm but gentle pressure to promote relaxation, ease muscle tension and create other health benefits. It is a classic massage that will ease your stress and allow you to slip into a calm state of relaxation.
Designed to remove severe tension, deep tissue massage is a technique used to relieve both muscles and connective tissue below the surface. It helps to improve range of motion and heal injuries below the surface
Acutherapy is a non-circulatory, light touch technique designed to promote relaxation, reduce pain and stress, and improve energy flow through the body. It can be done as a full-body session or with a focus on a specific area. It can be used in situations where circulatory massage is contraindicated such as soon after an injury or surgery to reduce pain and swelling, or for clients with fragile skin or skin sensitivity. Client remains clothed
Craniosacral therapy uses gentle touch manipulation of your head, neck, and the bottom of your spine. Your neck, back, and hips will feel looser and freer.

Sports massage is a form of bodywork geared toward participants in athletics. It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries.