Georgia has been practicing the arts of massage and bodywork since 1999.
Upon graduating from her initial massage therapy program, she went on to complete a 200-hour certification course in orthopedic sports massage at the Florida School of Massage. For more than 7 years, Georgia was a member of the Florida State Massage Therapy Association Sports Massage team, volunteering to work on athletes at multiple events, spanning a variety of athletic disciplines. In the first few years of her career, Georgia attended certification courses at the Core Institute of Somatic Therapies where she studied Myofascial Therapy and Structural Integration under the great George Kousaleos.
Georgia has also taught massage, written curricula, and lead teams of instructors and students in Florida, Delaware, Virginia-D.C., and Maryland.
In the summer of 2012, Georgia blindly moved to Portland, Oregon on a whim. Continuing with her art of massage, bodywork, and leading movement classes at a gym, she decided to go back to university and pick up (somewhat) where she left off in 1986 at NYU. In 2019 Georgia graduated the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health, with honors, attaining a B.S. in Applied Health and Fitness for Special Populations, Georgia is a Certified Personal Trainer with the American College of Sports Medicine and certified in Functional Movement Screenings, level one professional.
When she is not at work, Georgia can be found hiking, running, or just chilling with her dog, Oscar. She became an avid runner in her mid-40’s and has shifted onto cycling, as well, in the past 2 years. Georgia gets huge thrills when she is at the gym, barbell in hands, lifting.