KAYLEE EVANS, LMP
“I graduated from Cortiva School of Massage in May of 2016 and have been a Licensed Massage Therapist for almost a year. My goal is to be a therapist with a diverse set of skills so that I’m able to help clients who want light work as well as deep work. I’m also looking forward to working on clients’ treatment plans as they recover from injury with more detailed and specific work. I love doing massage and being able to work with people to help them with their healing process!”
IAN GAWEDA, LMP
Ian has a strong passion for the outdoors, being active and promoting a healthy lifestyle. His hobbies include rock climbing, backpacking, travel, trail running, and basically anything in which he can include his Siberian husky, Aura. He graduated from Lake Washington Institute of Technology where he learned numerous techniques which he applies to his massage: Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point therapy and sports massage. Through massage, his goal is to help people who suffer from chronic pain so they too, can continue to lead an active, happy and pain-free life.
CYDNEY “SYDNEY” HITE
Sydney Hite attended Ashmead College graduating in 2007. Specializing in treatment work, she loves complicated and challenging cases of chronic/acute pain. Syndey lives in Monroe, loves artistic endeavors, and began hand binding books a couple years ago. Sydney is credentialed with most major insurance companies.
JENNI MORRISON, LMP
Jenni graduated from Spectrum School of Massage in 2009.
She specializes in Injury Treatment Techniques, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Reiki and Hot Stone Therapy to help relieve stress and take the body and mind to a place of peace.
Her goal is to stay present with the body to facilitate the healing process.
In her spare time she enjoys Hiking, Snowshoeing and Movies, as well as spending time with her Husband and their two dogs.
Jenni is credentialed with most Insurance companies.
Washington Massage License #MA 60101454
TRACEY MYERS, LMP
A graduate of Bellevue Massage School, Tracey specializes in Deep Relaxation and Therapeutic massage, incorporating passive and facilitated stretching into her treatments.
She is proficient in Manual Ligament Therapy, Myofascial Release, Lomi Lomi, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, and Cranio Sacral techniques and can offer a customized massage based on each individual client’s needs.
Her goal is to promote self care, relaxation, and stress management to her clients, and to provide relief from pain due to injury and chronic conditions.
Washington Massage License #MA 12821
AIDEN GAVOSTO, LMP
Aiden is the Lead Massage Practitioner at the Wellbeing Center. He graduated from the Renton Technical College Massage Therapy Program in 2010. Aiden’s main approach includes injury treatment, deep tissue, trigger point and sports massage techniques, as well as therapeutic relaxation.
Aiden has always had an interest for studying human anatomy, physiology and fitness, which eventually lead to his career as a Massage Therapist. “My objective is to help my clients set and meet goals together through bodywork, whether it is an injury, chronic pain, or just relaxation.”
Growing up in Kirkland, WA, and the Puget Sound area, Aiden has a love for the outdoors. Hiking, boating, camping and exercising are important activities for him. Most importantly he loves spending time with his family and friends.
Aiden is a provider with most insurance companies.
Washington Massage License #MA 60177130
DONNA WOLF, LMP
Donna Wolf’s goal is help her patients truly relax and find relief from day to day aches and pains. She specializes in a wide range of techniques including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy, Sports, Therapeutic, Quick Release, Hot stone, Side lying, and Myofascial Release.
She takes great pride in helping her patients heal themselves and find the relaxation that they deserve. Donna chose massage as a career because she is naturally a nurturing person and has a genuine compassion for her patients’ needs.
Donna graduated with honors from Ashmead College in Tacoma, WA in 2005. She raised and home-schooled nine children who are now happy, healthy adults, and she will soon welcome her first grandchild. Her interests include: painting, crafts, baking sumptuous delights, dancing, reading, and the journey of self-discovery and growth.
Washington Massage License #MA 00021014
“I chose massage therapy because I believe in the human spirit and its ability to heal with intent through the use of touch and technique.”
After visiting Sultan from Chicago, Annie was deeply affected by the natural beauty and vitality of this state, and its people. She then relocated and enrolled at Ashmead College for Massage Therapy Everett in 2006. She graduated in 2007 with a renewed sense of purpose, excited to combine her innate abilities, her love for humanity and her new skills.
Annie’s massage style is a blend of Swedish Relaxation, Therapeutic Deep Tissue, Lomi Lomi and diaphragmatic breathing, seasoned with a touch of Myofascial release, giving the mind, body, and spirit each attention in one experience for the whole being. Annie spent some time trying on concierge massage, spa massage, and working in her home with a moderate clientele. She enjoyed these experiences and learned from them. On October 3, 2014 Annie joined our Wellbeing family where she continues to learn and grow as both a therapist and a person.
As Annie’s journey continues she seeks to add aroma touch therapy, hot stone massage, reiki, and a greater knowledge and application of cranio-sacral to her education. She is excited about her future with Wellbeing.
Annie is newly married November 22, 2014, has two amazing adult sons ages 27 and 24, and became a grandmother in February 2015. She loves spending time with her husband, her family, and friends. She also enjoys reading, writing, walking, sitting by the river and watching trains.
Washington Massage License #MA 00024137
Washington Massage License #MA 00022137
MARIE WOLF, LMP
“I believe that a person consists of three parts: Body, Mind, and Soul. When one part of a person is not doing well, the other two parts of that person suffers as well. Massage helps relax the body on all three levels, and provides balance for the body to heal itself again.”
Marie Wolf graduated from Ashmead College in 2006. She has worked in various spas and chiropractic offices and feels passionate about massage and its therapeutic/healing aspects. Her massage consists of the perfect balance between medical and relaxation to make sure that her patients’ massage not only feels good, but is highly effective too. Marie’s modalities include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Pregnancy, Myofascial Release, and Medical Massage. Marie is working toward more energy work, and has a soft spot working with cancer victims and elders.
Marie moved to Monroe with her daughter in 2008. Her interests include hiking, camping, walking/bicycling around town, and anything music.
Washington Massage License #MA 00023137