Chris’ desire to empower each client with knowledge and practical awareness around his/her wellness plan fuels his passion for consistent up-leveling and professional development. He has completed hundreds of hours in specialized training, including a variety of functional modalities and experiential body work with clients. He is co-owner and operator of 180 Therapies.
Denise was introduced to massage therapy in 1994 and decided that massage therapy was the field she wanted to invest in. Since graduating from the Daytona Institute of Massage Therapy in 1995, Denise has explored many avenues of the massage industry. She has worked for chiropractors, owned her own spa and worked in the franchise industry.
Troy is passionate about helping people eliminate chronic pain and improve the quality of daily living. His personal experience with pain, confusion and frustrations through his own continuing journey to better health is why he believes the path to wellness must be intimately constructed for each individual.
Timur's life career goals include making a significant and meaningful impact on the health of his clients, promoting healthy choices to help preserve their health, and alleviating pain. His fascination with the human body and complex systems continue to be one of the most powerful motivators for his current educational pursuits.
Greyson pursued a career in massage therapy due to being drawn towards a career path of healing from a young age. While attending The North Carolina School of Advanced Bodywork, her drive towards becoming a massage therapist continually grew. She believes in living her life in a way that reflects "being the good you hope to see in others." As a mother of two, massage therapy has allowed her to follow her passions and have the time to be a present/active mother. Connecting with others and guiding them towards a more positive and peaceful way of being is more than she could ask for in a career. Greyson's determined nature ensures there isn't an obstacle she won't overcome or learn from, primarily if it benefits others.