Catherine (Cat) Clement completed a 900 hour massage therapy training program in 2008 in Tewksbury, Massachusetts. She is certifed through NCBTMB and licensed by the State of Texas. Cat is also a Member of the American Massage Therapy Association.
LMT for the Men's U.S. National Rugby Team Summer 2012
Her specialties include, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, and Trigger Point Therapy.
Cat also has extensive training in Traditional Southern Thai Massage.
What is Thai Massage?
Traditional Thai Massage is an ancient form of healing believed to originate from the time of Buddha. Thai Massage techniques differ from the scooping strokes of Western Massage. Another name for Thai Massage is “Lazy Man’s Yoga” or “Passive Yoga” as the therapist is known to put the client into different yoga positions. Out of 72,000 energy lines said to be in existence throughout the body, Thai Massage focuses on 10 major lines using acupressure points along these energy lines to help removes blockages to allow free flow of energy through the body. The Therapists hands, feet, forearms, knees, and elbows are used during this massage. Traditional Thai Massage is done on a mat on the floor with the client fully clothed and no lotions or oils involved.