Amy Eldridge Troy – Owner
Amy graduated from the New England Academy of Therapeutic Sciences in 1997. She brings over 20 years experience in clinical massage practice to her clients. Her continued education has brought her proficiency in Neuromuscular/Trigger Point Therapy, Hot Stone Massage and Pregnancy Massage. In 2007 she completed her advanced certification in Myofascial Release Techniques and Soft Tissue Mobilization. She believes in Chichester Massage having a positive impact in the community by donating time and services to support many local organizations. Amy was honored in 2010 by receiving the Humanitarian Award from the NH chapter of the American Massage Therapy Association. Her goal is to educate the public that massage therapy is an investment in their overall health and well being.
Shannon K. Brown
Shannon is a graduate of Hesser College and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2006. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge in Neuromuscular/Trigger Point Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, Pregnancy Massage and she is certified in Myofascial Release & Soft Tissue Mobilization. Shannon has completed her Level I CranioSacral Therapy training from the Upledger Institute. Most recently she received her certification as a personal trainer to expand her knowledge and help her clients get the best results possible. Shannon is focused on whole body health with a specialized interest in working with migraine sufferers and athletes. Her philosophy is that time spent on yourself is never wasted.
Lisa is a resident of Deerfield since 1999; she and her husband have raised their three children on their small family farm. Prior to leaving the workforce to raise her children and run their farm, Lisa held the positions of Director of Medical Records for several large long term care facilities, and worked as an EMT. She completed her studies in Massage Therapy at Great Bay Community College; adding this certification to her degrees in English and French from The University of Connecticut. Lisa is also a Reiki 1 practitioner.
Lisa gravitates toward Neuromuscular/ Trigger Point Therapy techniques which she has found to be highly effective to treat chronic pain, restore function, and calm the nervous system. She continues to learn new techniques and modalities to add to her toolbox, including Hot Stone Massage, Pregnancy Massage and recently completing her certification in Himalayan Salt Stone Therapy. She enjoys educating her clients with self care techniques to prolong the benefits of the massage. Lisa is an avid reader, gardener and promoter of heritage breeds.
Melissa graduated from The Northeastern Institute of Whole Health in 2018. She has been in the field of self care for many years as a Yoga instructor and felt that massage would be an additional way to help her clients achieve balance of body and mind . Currently she owns a yoga/ fitness studio in Amherst. Previous to that she was an LNA for 13 years. Taking care of others has always been a big part of her life.
Melissa is a loving mom to 4 children. She recently relocated to her childhood home in Northwood. She is very glad to be home and able to start a farm of her own! She loves to garden and has recently been learning to can all of the bounty found on her property. Self sufficiency is the goal!
Melissa offers a variety of techniques including Neuromuscular, Hot Stone, Swedish, Pregnancy and Chair Massage. She looks forward to customizing a session to address your muscular issues and leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
After graduating from UMass-Lowell, Sheila’s early corporate career was focused on the installation and support of medical billing and authorization software systems in hospitals and physicians’ offices around the country. This was followed by a lengthy and rewarding career at a major insurance company in the “Insurance Capital of the World” – Hartford, CT.
Upon relocating from Connecticut to New Hampshire, Sheila also made the jump from the insurance side of our healthcare system to wellness. Sheila genuinely wants to help people maintain or improve their health through massage. She enjoys treating the whole person by considering how all of the body systems work together. She also enjoys developing trusting relationships so clients feel welcome to reach out whenever issues, big or small, arise.
Sheila graduated from the New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts in June 2022. During her ten
When Sheila isn’t in the Center, you will likely find her in one of three places – in her gym, in kitchen cooking good food, or on a hike with her husband and two Portuguese Water Dogs – Porter and Pumpkin.